Nichelle Nichols advocated for women and people of color in STEM. Now, "Star Trek" actress Sonequa Martin-Green is continuing her legacy
"She's very much 1,000% actually a hero," Sonequa Martin-Green said of Nichelle Nichols, who as not only one of the first Black women to star on a TV series, but a recruiter for women and people of color at NASA.cbsnews.com
Will Paramount+ be a mountain or a molehill in streaming?
It's betting that consumers are willing to add yet another paid streaming service in an increasingly crowded field. “Paramount+ has a mountain of challenges ahead of it," said Tim Hanlon, CEO of Vertere Group, playing off the Paramount+ tagline, “A mountain of entertainment." CBS All Access, Showtime and BET+ now have nearly 30 million subscribers, some of who will shift to Paramount+. ViacomCBS said some of the studio’s films, including “Mission: Impossible 7” and “A Quiet Place Part II,” will go to its fledgling streaming service, Paramount+, after 45 days in theaters. “If they want to act like a second tier streaming service, they're doing a fantastic job."
'Star Trek Discovery' season 3, episode 7 recap: The series' strong start feels like a different show entirely
We'll look at the link to this later; in fact this week, our recap is going to be a little less recap and more opinion because as passionate, life-long fans, we are disappointed with the quality of writing on "Star Trek." Despite the inference of the episode title, this installment is mainly focused on being a vehicle to get Cmdr. Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) to shake off the significant personal and psychological changes she went through after spending a whole 12 months away from the Discovery crew. Ni'var was a term coined by Dorothy Jones who wrote a series of "Star Trek" stories for the fanzine T-Negative in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The intimacy between Burnham and Book also felt so very rushedCBS All Access is the home of "Star Trek: Picard," "Star Trek: Discovery," "Star Trek: Lower Decks" and a host of other original and archival CBS television shows.space.com