Since 1974, STARFLEET has provided Star Trek fans a way to meet each other, make friends, have fun, give back to their communities, and show that the dream of Gene Roddenberry can live long and prosper.
I knew I'd have to build something that kept me interested; after all, it's the only way to learn.
To be honest, when I arrived at the site I was a little disappointed that for a site named ‘Star Trek Dating’ they had very little ‘Star Trek’ inspired designs of formatting or branding, but most likely this is due to the crazy copyrights and lawsuits Paramount and CBS have been known to involve people in when they try to capitalize on the ‘Star Trek’ branding.
Other than that the people seemed exceptionally nice, though a good number of the ones I spoke to did not even seem to be hard core “trekkies,” which seemed odd to me for a website supposedly catering to major fans of ‘Star Trek.’ (After all, why else would you use this site?
The twice-delayed introduction comes after a spinoff of "The Good Wife," titled "The Good Fight," attracting nearly 8 million viewers for its network debut.
(The network isn't releasing specific data for All Access but has renewed that show for a second season.) By leveraging "Trek" in this fashion -- to the chagrin of some fans -- CBS is essentially mirroring the strategy that Paramount employed in the mid-1990s, when it used "Star Trek: Voyager" as the cornerstone of its then-fledgling network, UPN.