Chromecast support for Prime Video will probably be available by the time the series releases.
I like the action scenes - 'It's the Enterprise!' is an all-time great movie moment - but I don't think it's captures the characters all that well, and I don't like the Enterprise E. Besides, to get rid of Generations - one of my chief goals here - you need to delete everything that came after it too. The main issue is working around Worf referencing it in DS9, since you gotta keep DS9.
It'd take place four years after the future shown in All Good Things - 2395 versus 2399 - but they changed that future in the episode.
And never again lol.
Discovery kicks much ass. That show is awesome.
Going with the most obvious name imaginable is a bit unexciting but you can't really complain. It is what it says on the tin.
Seeing that first new image of Picard (not just Patrick Stewart) is a little surreal. This shit is more to me than endgame but I'm afraid to get hyped.
I'm not too thrilled about that obscured uniform to the right. From what can be seen so far, it basically looks like the VOY era uniform but the color continues up into a collar. Not that different. I was hoping they'd get a little more creative than sticking with the familiar. If it's just the same shit with a new collar that'd be pretty boring. I hope a better look at it reveals it to be more distinct. Or maybe it's a cadet uniform.
They look a lot like the cadet uniforms from TNG from that angle (from what we can see.)
It's been 17 years since that character. You're totally free to feel that way, I even get it, but, I'm totally ready for more adventures with arguably the best character to ever come out of Star Trek, and best yet, the actor seems excited about it.
I like them in part, but especially on DS9 the tailoring on them was all over the place. They looked better than the earlier seasons/VOY ones as more uniforms than jumpsuits, but that's a low ceiling for praise.
It's the final proof that Kirk was the best captain! Everyone forgot about Picard in 20 years, but everyone still remembers Kirk 100 years after TOS.
Yeah. The poor DS9 actors got a bit fucked over with the TNG movie leftovers. For a bit.
Whoops, I did mean TNG, not TOS.