Mission Log is a Roddenberry Entertainment podcast with the sole purpose of exploring the Star Trek universe one episode at a time. That’s right, this podcast will cover six different series and 30 seasons of television by journeying into every one of the 726 episodes with a single mission: to explore, debate and discuss one of the largest science fiction phenomena of all time, Star Trek. Starting with The Original Series’ initial pilot and continuing chronologically until we reach the last episode of Star Trek: Enterprise, each week our hosts will tackle a single episode, delving into the most historical and hysterical science fiction that Star Trek has to offer. Along with a variety of guests and interviews, Mission Log will attempt to reach Star Trek’s ethical subtext, understand it’s complex metaphors and finally figure out what was the trouble with those tribbles. Explore strange new details. Seek out new perspectives; deeper understandings. Boldly go where so many of us love to go, again and again. Join us for Mission Log!


Title Date published
322 - Life Support 2019-08-22
321 - Past Tense: Part I and Part II 2019-08-15
Supplemental 53 - Getting to Trek: How to Build a Utopian Future with the Roddenberry Podcast Network 2019-08-12
Supplemental 52 - From the Rio: Star Trek’s Job in the 21st Century 2019-08-08
320 - Fascination 2019-08-01
Supplemental 51 - Another One from Comic-Con 2019-07-29
Supplemental 050 - Looking for Utopia at Comic-Con 2019-07-25
319 - Defiant 2019-07-18
318 - Meridian 2019-07-11
317 - Civil Defense 2019-07-04
316 - The Abandoned 2019-06-27
315 - Second Skin 2019-06-20
314 - Equilibrium 2019-06-13
313 - The House of Quark 2019-06-06
312 - The Search: Parts 1 & 2 2019-05-30
Supplemental 49 - Growing the Network and Turning the Tables 2019-05-23
011011000110111101100111 2019-05-09
Supplemental 48 - The One with Gersha Phillips 2019-03-07
Supplemental 47 - Where Did Mission Log Go? 2019-02-28
311 - The Jem'Hadar 2019-02-14

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