Set thousands of years in the future, in the aftermath of an interstellar battle, the ship, Andromeda, lay motionless on the edge of a black hole. After being frozen in time for 300 years, captain Hunt awakened to find the world he once knew gone, and the Commonwealth he once defended destroyed. Recognizing that the battle he survived was only the beginning of what would be an epic war, Hunt and his unlikely crew began their mission to restore peace and civilization to the known universe.

Andromeda is the second science fiction series based on a concept by Gene Roddenberry and Executive Produced by Majel Barrett Roddenberry. Alongside, Robert Hewitt Wolfe, Majel helped produce a science fiction joyride starring Kevin Sorbo as High Guard, Captain Dylan Hunt. The series premiered on October 2.


Since the beginning of time, there has existed a being whose interaction and interference with mankind has shaped human history. His powers of time and intellect have allowed his secrecy and resulted in certain days being absent from any historical record. Their stories have never been told. Their details have never been documented. Their existence is not remembered. But, the occurrences of these days have forever changed the course of humanity’s evolution.

These are the ‘days missing’ from our existence, and they are about to be revealed...


Set in early in the 21st century, Earth Final Conflict explores issues that might develop if a civilized species of aliens were to co-inhabit our planet. In exchange for refuge on our planet, the “Taelons” offered the people of Earth access to their advanced technology. As a result, disease, war, and pollution were nearly eliminated. But that did not mean that conflict and was irradiated. Despite all the advances, there are some people who thought Earth’s new race was not as benevolent as it seemed. A resistance movement was organized. The ensuing struggle for power, control and the truth gave life to a series enjoyed by audiences around the world.

Originally titled “Battleground: Earth”, Earth Final Conflict is the first of two Gene Roddenberry creations to be brought to life by his widow, Majel Barrett Roddenberry. The series aired for five seasons beginning October 6, 1997.


Gene’s Journal is the untold, “true story” behind the adolescent years of Gene Roddenberry, creator of Star Trek. It was during these years that Gene was continuously abducted by aliens for the extraterrestrial purpose of studying human beings – all of his experiences recorded faithfully in his boyhood journal.

The fantastic stories detailing the alien wonders he encountered would later inspire Gene to create some of the greatest science fiction television has ever seen. However in the childhood moments of these experiences, Gene found them to be less than inspiring. After all, it’s hard to do your homework, meets girls, play on sports teams, etc., when aliens (Agent 4 & Agent 6) continue to abduct you for their outlandish needs, missions and entertainment.


After a desperate criminal takes a bar hostage, six people must stay alive while one conceals the truth that couild change everything in an instant.

The Roddenberry Entertainment produced Instant is a short film directed by Alex Albrecht, penned by Todd Beauchamp and starring Tony Janning, Emily Chang, Tara Perry, Phil Morris, Tyler Hilton and Manu Intiraymi.


Under the instruction of their planet’s Supreme Overlord, Rod and Barry were assigned to investigate Earth for annihilation. With their spaceship cloaked and hovering over the planet Rod and Barry began tapping into the various signals emanating from Earth as part of their reconnaissance. That’s when their mission turned off course.

Turns out, they became big fans of the planet - in particular, its awesome pop culture and science-fiction entertainment, which made actual outer space look boring, slow, and totally lame. Almost overnight, they became total fan boys. (Actually, it was over many, many sleepless nights of binge watching anything and everything.) As a result, Rod & Barry went dark, abdicating their mission and eventually assimilating into the one culture that behaves even more strangely than them, humanity.


Roddenberry Podcasts is a network of audio shows that deliver thought-provoking, insightful entertainment wherever you are. Podcasts that dig deep into Star Trek, social commentary, science and critical thinking - all ready to download in one place for you to enjoy on your commute or whenever you need a little lively discussion.


Set in the 23rd century, Star Trek: The Original Series (TOS) follows the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise led by the courageous Captain James T. Kirk (William Shatner), on their five- year mission — to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, and to boldly go where no one has gone before.


Star Trek: The Animated Series (TAS) furthers the story of Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise as they continue their five-year mission. The cast of The Original Series returned to voice the animated versions of their characters. The format change allowed for imagination and flexibility when it came to planet exploration and TAS went on to win the 1975 Emmy for Outstanding Children’s Series.


Set in the 24th century, Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG) chronicles the voyages of the U.S.S. Enterprise-D, the sixth Starfleet vessel to bear that name. Under the command of the diplomatic and ethical Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart), the Enterprise-D and her crew carry on the mission of Kirk’s Enterprise, boldly going where no one has gone before.


Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is the only Star Trek series not set on a starship. The show’s fixed location allows it to be more character-focused and dive deeper into themes that the franchise had not previously explored, like war and religion. The series follows Commander Benjamin Sisko (Avery Brooks) and his crew aboard the space station Deep Space Nine. Positioned near the only known stable wormhole in the galaxy, the station soon becomes a hub for commerce, politics, and interstellar conflict.


The fifth Star Trek series follows the journey of the U.S.S. Voyager after a mission to apprehend a Maquis vessel leaves both ships stranded on the other side of the galaxy. The two crews must set aside their differences and work together if they want to survive the 70-year voyage home. Set in the distant Delta quadrant, Star Trek: Voyager (VOY) explores a part of the galaxy we’ve never seen before. It is the first Star Trek series to feature a female captain, Kathryn Janeway (Kate Mulgrew), in its leading role and sought to answer the question, “What does it mean to be human?”


Set 100 years before The Original Series, Star Trek: Enterprise gives us insight into the early days of human interstellar travel and the events that led up to the founding of the United Federation of Planets. The series follows Captain Jonathan Archer (Scott Bakula) and his crew aboard the Enterprise NX-01 as they explore this side of the galaxy and develop relationships with Vulcans, Klingons, Andorians, and other classic Trek species.


Star Trek: Discovery follows Commander Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) and the crew of the U.S.S. Discovery. It is the first Star Trek series to feature a character other than the ship’s captain as its protagonist, providing audiences with a different perspective on crew relations and power dynamics in Starfleet in a serialized show. Set roughly 10 years before the events of The Original Series, Discovery gives us a more complex and nuanced look into Starfleet’s most famous attribute: its moral code.


Patrick Stewart returns to chronicle the next chapter in the iconic captain, Jean-Luc Picard’s life — as he takes on a role we’ve not seen before. The series brings back some of Star Trek’s most beloved characters, including Cmdr. Data (Brent Spiner), Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan), Cmdr. William Riker (Jonathan Frakes), and Counselor Deanna Troi (Marina Sirtis).


Set in 2380, Star Trek: Lower Decks follows the support crew of the U.S.S. Cerritos, one of the least important ships in Starfleet. Lower Decks will be the franchise’s first animated series since Star Trek: The Animated Series in the early 1970s. It is set to premiere in 2020.


Star Trek: Short Treks is a series of stand-alone short films that expand upon the characters and themes of the Star Trek universe. Short Treks was originally a direct spin- off of Star Trek: Discovery. However, after season one, the series will broaden its horizons to include shorts that tie into other Star Trek series as well.


Star Trek: Prodigy follows a group of resourceful and adventurous alien teenagers who discover an abandoned starship, the U.S.S. Protostar, and embark on a thrilling journey across the galaxy. Guided by an interactive and enigmatic hologram of the legendary Starfleet captain, Kathryn Janeway, the young crew members must learn to work together, overcome challenges, and unlock the ship's incredible capabilities as they strive to find their place in the vastness of space while encountering new species, exploring uncharted worlds, and unraveling the mysteries of the universe.


Set aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise during the decade before Captain Kirk's iconic tenure, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds delves into the early voyages of the starship and its crew. Led by the charismatic Captain Christopher Pike, the series focuses on the exploratory missions, moral dilemmas, and thrilling adventures that shape the crew's relationships and their unyielding commitment to Starfleet's ideals. With a nostalgic touch and a fresh perspective, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds promises to captivate fans with its blend of classic storytelling, rich character development, and the exploration of new frontiers in the vast expanse of space.


Gene Roddenberry, The Creator of Star Trek, also known as “The Great Bird of the Galaxy” passed away in 1991. His son Eugene “Rod” Roddenberry, Jr. was only 17 years old. As a teenager, Rod never truly knew the impact his father had on the world, as a man he will find out.

Trek Nation, is a feature-length film documenting Rod’s trek across America to understand who his father was through the touchstones Gene left behind: His Friends, His Family, His Work, and His Influence. Including surprising, revelatory conversations with actors, fans, NASA personnel, entertainment-industry leaders and other prominent figures, Trek Nation is a film that explores one of life’s most universal stories – the discovery of a parent.


Starring Breckin Meyer, Tamlyn Tomita, David Blue and Rachel True, as well as Internet icons Tony Janning and Milynn Sarley, White Room: 02B3 is a film short about six strangers who wake up in a white room to find out they are part of an extraordinary experiment that could change the face of humanity forever.

Boldly going where no movie has gone before, White Room: 02B3 is a first-of-its-kind film. It was shot using a cutting-edge, nine-camera system providing the viewer with an immersive 360° viewing experience. With this project, Roddenberry Entertainment continues its tradition of breaking the mold and pushing the status quo.


WORTH is the heartfelt yet dynamic story of Motor City’s most iconic hero. Grant Worth has mechanopathy: the ability to communicate with machines. During the 1960’s, Worth’s power made him a legendary figure in Detroit. But by the late 20th century, technology evolved by leaps and bounds with the advent of Intel chips, motherboards and microprocessors. Unable to break through the maze of 1s and 0s that became the gateway to most machinery, Worth went from super-hero to somewhat-normal.

What happens when a superhero can no longer be super?