Star Trek Continues

STAR TREK CONTINUES is a critically-acclaimed, award-winning, fan-produced webseries… the brainchild of long-time Star Trek: The Original Series fan — and producer, director, actor, voice-actor, musician — Vic Mignogna.

From “Where No Man Has Gone Before” to “Turnabout Intruder,” TOS chronicled the first four years (2265–2269) of James T. Kirk’s historic five-year mission before the series was prematurely cancelled. STAR TREK CONTINUES is proud to be part of Trek history, completing the final year (late 2269 – early 2270) of the original adventure.

STC shot on “Stage Nine,” named after the original soundstage at Desilu. This 18,500-square-foot studio housed the largest, most complete standing TOS sets in the world — including the bridge, corridors, turbolifts, quarters, sickbay, briefing/rec room, transporter room, Jefferies tube, engineering, auxiliary control, shuttlecraft, planet sets, and much more — precisely constructed using the original Star Trek blueprints (see the interactive virtual tour above).

Vic and our team of talented film professionals raised the bar in the quality of stories and overall production on one of the most recognized, popular fan productions ever made.

The series of 11 episodes complete the Enterprise’s last 2 years of it’s 5 year mission, leading up to Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

A must-watch!

Cast Interviews




Starship Farragut

Starship Farragut is an independent fan film series based on the original “Star Trek” television series PRODUCED BETWEEN 2007 AND 2016, following the crew of the USS Farragut (NCC-1647), a Constitution-class starship, and takes place during the time of the legendary Captain James T. Kirk of the starship Enterprise.


Let Old Wrinkles Come

After violating the prime directive by leaving a communicator behind on the planet Neural, Captain James T. Kirk goes on a simple recovery mission that turns out to be anything but simple!

A Kirk era Star Trek fan film where an unlikely stowaway starts to cause the Enterprise a few problems.

The fan film has a real flavor of the 1960s TOS Star Trek, right down to Kirk putting the moves on a female crew member. I mention this because, what seemed totally normal five decades ago as Kirk regularly hit on crew women like Yeoman Rand, Dr. Helen Noel, and Lt. Marlena Moreau has been supplanted by the #MeToo movement.

Just a Piece of the Action

Captain Alan Zucker of the starship Tranquility finds himself in a wormhole after a fire fight with the Klingons and find themselves 100 years in the past on the date of the captain’s birthday. While communications is monitoring old style VHF and UHF radio transmissions, the captain loads his DNA helix into the ship’s scanners, and scans the planet surface for matches.

There’s a match: primary location, Montreal Canada.

The captain remarks: This is far too strange. First 100 years forward in time, and 100 years back again…not to mention it just happens to be my birthday today… Far too many coincidences… I’m beaming down to the planet to investigate.

As the captain makes his way off the bridge, he tells his crew: My friends, in the eventuality that I don’t return, it’s been truly an honor to serve with all of you… In my lifetime, to imagine that one day I would sit in this chair, command a starship, explore the stars… My advice for your own futures… dream the impossible, find a way to reach your goals, and never count yourself out… you’ll never know how far you can go unless you try…

Alan Zuckerman made this private birthday video to surprise his friends at his birthday celebration. A lifelong fan of Star Trek, he dreamed of one day commanding a starship… and he did…

Ghost Ship

Commander Derek Mason has had a long career of boring assignments, but that all changes when he is ordered to take a small away team to salvage a dead Starship.

A salvage crew discovers a long-lost 1962 passenger ship floating lifeless in a remote region of the Bering Sea, and soon notices that its long-dead inhabitants may still be on board.

Exeter Trek

By the mid-23rd century, the United Earth Space Probe Agency had ventured deep into known space. Now, a new mission with twelve Starship class vessels.

The task: reach further into the uncharted expanse for knowledge and exploration.

Such is the intrepid voyages of the USS Exeter. Blazing the trail so that others may follow. This is their adventure. This is the EXETER TREK!

Exeter Trek was filmed at Farragut Films Studio (now Neutral Zone Studios) and takes place between the Pike and Kirk eras, aboard the U.S.S. Exeter (NCC-1672), before the doomed mission which occurred under the command of Ronald Tracey (TOS: “The Omega Glory”).

Our interiors were shot at the then Farragut Studios in late January 2014. It was a 2 day, hardcore exercise in back dating the sets to our pilot era look, shot set-ups, several takes of the scenes, costumes being completed last-minute, trying to find a hot cup of coffee, etc. But when we left the studio late Sunday night, we were all exhausted, but had a Blast!

Dreadnought Dominion

Dreadnought Dominion takes place at the end of the third season of Star Trek (TOS, produced from 1966-70). Dominion introduces a Federation Class Starship with a tri-nacelle configuration first introduced in the “Star Trek Starfleet Technical Manual,” by Franz Joseph Designs (©1975 used with permission). This exciting new series chronicles the voyages of the U.S.S. Dominion NCC-2115 and her crew, commanded by Commodore Samuel Tobias Grissom. The mission is one of deep space exploration, visiting Earth colonies, patrolling the Romulan Neutral Zone, and first contact with new civilizations.

Dominion Media is a group of fans who had the great opportunity to film some good classic Trek. In between filming 9 live action web-series, we also made some good fun “illustrated audio productions”. These are made with actors, computer voices, and animated illustrations to tell the story. Both audio and live action webseries are set in the venue of Classic Trek.

New Release from Dominion Media!

Dominion Media has just finished principle photography for their next two episodes of Dreadnought Dominion.

The first of these episodes to be released will be “The Passenger With Baggage,” which features the return of series creator and everyone’s favorite Commodore, Frank Parker Jr.

When Commodore Grissom (Parker) visits the Dominion in hopes to put the last remnants of emotional baggage to rest, he finds help from a very unusual source.

“The Passenger With Baggage,” was filmed on February 6th and 7th at Neutral Zone Studios in Kingsland GA. They hope to release this episode in Q2 of 2021.

The second episode to be released will be “The More things change.” This episode features two Russian Cosmonauts, and a Russian crew member.

When the Dominion retrieves two frozen Cosmonauts who have been drifting in space for 300 years, we get a glimpse of the future as seen through eyes from the past.

The two Russian cosmonauts were played by two actual Russian-Americans named Serge and Vlad.

“The More Things Change” was filmed February 5th and 6th at Neutral Zone Studios in Kingsland GA. They hope to release this episode Q3 of 2021.

The Neutral Zone is currently closed for the summer.
Please check back in September. Thank you