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A Star Trek Fan Production
Mind-Sifter, Latest Episode

Introduction to New Voyages

In the mid-1960s, one science-fiction series was made that would later become the most popular Sci-fi series in the world: Star Trek. What started as a simple television series went on to develop into a massive franchise of 726 TV episodes, 12 movies, many novels, dozens of computer games and other products. However, The Original Series (TOS) was only made for 3 seasons before the show was axed back in 1969.  More...
The Original Series Set Tour

If you ever wanted to experience what it would be like to visit the set of Star Trek: The Original Series, now is your chance. Star Trek super-fan James Cawley is honoring the 50th anniversary of the iconic franchise with the opening of his meticulously designed TOS set tour. Located in historic Ticonderoga, New York, and under license by CBS Consumer Products, the set tour brings memories to life by allowing fans to boldly go and tour the sets of the legendary Starship Enterprise.  More...
The New Voyages Fan-Club

To mark the 50th aniversary of Star Trek, New Voyages is opening its New Voyages Fan Club to celebrate the series and provide much more background materials for our fans. The one-time membership fee of $10 is used to cover the running costs and ensure that New Voyages can stay online in future. Those that have already donated to our Kickstarter campaigns, can join the fan-club without further costs.  More...
STNV at FedCon 25, May 13-16, 2016

As this year celebrates 50 years of Star Trek, FedCon (Europe's largest Star Trek Convention) is the event to visit with a string of renowned Star Trek guest stars. Star Trek New Voyages is showing three films at this year's FedCon  In fact, we are starting the event with our latest episode "The Holiest Thing" in the large 5000 seat "Maritim" auditorium at 12:30 on 13 May 2016.  More...
The Holiest Thing released

This episode was originally planned for release on February 14, 2014. We had it all ready on release day, only for it to be pulled at the last minute by executive producer James Cawley. He was unhappy with the technical quality of the episode and wanted to have that fixed. What we originally thought would be a minor delay, turned out to be almost two years.  More...
The Future of New Voyages

On June 23, 2016 - CBS announced the release of new Fan-Film Guidelines that lay our under what conditions, Star-Trek fan-films can be made. The conditions laid-out in these guidelines preclude the creation of new episodes of New Voyages.  More...
New Voyages in the NY Times!

The New York Times has published a lovely article about Star Trek New Voyages and it’s founder, James Cawley – from it’s origins and illustrious pedigree of Star Trek alumni, to the future of the production and it’s studios in Ticonderoga, NY. More...
The Forum is back!

The previous "New Voyages Forum" was the home for all discussions about Star Trek New Voyages for a long time. Unfortunately, due to technical problems and server outages, the old forum became more and more difficult to use and it was closed down. Discussions then moved to Facebook and Google+ instead. More...
New Look Responsive Website

After the recent announcment to change the name of our series back to Star Trek New Voyages, our webmaster (Peter Walker) decided to give the website a facelift as well and here it is. Let us explain what is new. More...
Return to "New Voyages" Name

On 9 June 2015, James Cawley announced on Trekbbs that "We are officially NEW VOYAGES and the Phase II moniker has been dropped." More...
Upcoming Adventures

Fellow New Voyages fans, this is an update on future adventures from your friends here at New Voyages. The Holiest Thing, Torment of Destiny, Origins: The Protracted Man. More...
Torment of Destiny in post-production

“Torment of Destiny” is the thirteenth episode of Star Trek New Voyages and is written by Rick Chambers. This episode is a sequel to the original series episode “For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky”. More...
Mind-Sifter Nominated for IAWTV Awards

Star Trek New Voyages episode Mind-Sifter has been nominated for awards in several categories in the IAWTV - International Academy Of Web Television. More...
FedCon 2015 showed "Mind-Sifter"

Europe’s bigest SciFi-Convention, FedCon 24 was held from 21st May until 24th May 2015 in the Maritim Hotel, Düsseldorf, Germany. Star Trek New Voyages presented our latest episode "Mind-Sifter" for the first time on the big-screen in Europe. More...
Richard Hatch joins New Voyages

We are extremely Pleased to announce that Legendary actor Richard Hatch a.k.a. Captain Apollo from the original Battlestar Galactica will be joining us for our next episode of NEW VOYAGES!!! More...
Interview with Pony Horton (Visual Effects)

Hello, fellow Trek fans… I am very proud to say that this new interview with a dear friend is up… Pony Horton, VFX Artist and Extra for Star Trek: Phase 2 and Back to the Wild Wild West. This is from an interview I did with Pony in 2011, with some revisions for 2013. More...
An Interview with Charles Root (Scotty)

Today I am honored to say that I have Charles Root here to talk to the blog: More...
Interview with Brian Gross (Kirk)

Having worked with James, I was skeptical at first about a new Captain taking the center seat, after-all besides William Shatner, James has been MY Captain Kirk. But after 2 weeks of hanging out and working with Brian, I can tell you not only does he act like Captain Kirk, but he looks like Captain Kirk. And so direct from the set… I give you Brian Gross. More...
Our Shelved Episodes

Like with any production, Star Trek Phase II begins preproduction on various projects that, for one reason or another, end up not coming to fruition. More...
Mind-Sifter Release

On December 1st, 2014, Star Trek New Voyages / Phase II released “Mind-Sifter” as its 9th full length episode. More...
The Sky Above, The Mudd Below

Following my “backburnered Star Trek Phase II episodes’ posting, some readers have been asking for more details on why these episodes were nixed. More...
New Voyages iOS/Android App

In order to keep up to date with our latest news on your Apple or Android smartphone or tablet, simply install our feedready app and subscribe to our news feed. More...
 
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