Sunday, October 30, 2022

Star Trek Strange New Worlds - Saturn Award Winner

Hi Trekkers, remember watching Apollo 11 communications beamed down to earths happy blue ball of tellurians (Thats us btw) way back when?  No? Well then you're in for a treat with Star Trek Strange New Worlds. Season one has a fascinating alternate reality storyline giving us an outlook into the dynamic cosmos of the universe.

The speculative mixture of fact and fiction is really quite compelling to watch. Despite some plot twists and turns and knowing the history of Apollo and Soyuz, Star Trek Strange New Worlds boldly goes literally where no-one has gone before.  In true Sci-Fi entertainment spirit just like 2021 Star Trek Picard and Discovery which boldly grabbed three Saturn Awards for best Actor, best Supporting actor and Best Sci Fi Series

Star Trek Strange New Worlds is progress. The show has more to do with character stories and backstories while focusing less on factual events and real people Star Trek Strange New Worlds is entertaining so why dont you decide trekkies.

I can recommend all trekkers, especially those of us fascinated with space, seeking out new life forms here on United Earth to sit back and geek out with this show. I think we need unity right now too with a united earth space program, Apollo, Skylab, ASTP and the shuttle multi-cultural programs. And for those who love science fiction creators like these stars your in for a real treat  Ben Bova, Isaac Asimov,, Alex J Cavanaugh and L Diane Wolfe

The 50th Saturn Awards at the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror took place last Tuesday night with Paramounts: Star Trek Strange New Worlds winning the Saturn Award.

Awesome runner ups included. Who do you think should have won the Saturn awards

Live long and Prosper, Trekkers

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