Take a look for a preview of next episode of Star Trek: Picard, titled “Surrender”.
I added some photos with Gates McFadden, Patrick Stewart and Ed Speleers. What are they discussing? Maybe who should turn on the light? Possible.
Gates McFadden first day at MEGACON Orlando I heard it was brilliant and a great success. Also super funny.
Enjoy some HQ photos from the panel.
With only 3 episodes left, this show is breaking any record for perfection. Intensity grows and in this particular episode it was extremely intense for Gates McFadden’s Beverly Crusher.
Enjoy the HD screencaptures from episode 7 “Dominion”.
Not to alarm anybody, but the quantity of time these two are spending together…
Enjoy this week’s episode preview images with Gates McFadden and Patrick Stewart. The episode is titled “Dominion”.
Every week I hope in a little break on Beverly Crusher and every week it’s heavier. The intensity the season is diving into is something really big.
But those reunion hugs? Those were everything I’d hope for in a reunion and did not disappoint. Simply beautiful.
Enjoy the HD screencaptures of Gates McFadden from the latest episode of Star Trek: Picard.
Gates McFadden seems to be everywhere nowadays. From Star Trek: Picard season three, where she has a significant starring role, to her podcast Gates McFadden InvestiGates: Who Do You Think You Are?, where she delves deeper into getting to know actors and actresses who have been on Sar Trek, we’re hearing and seeing her now seemingly more than in the last 20 years combined. We certainly don’t mind.
Gates took some time out of a rainy Friday morning to catch up with us about her projects, and, silly us, we even stumbled upon the heart of the human condition during our conversation.
TrekNews.net: Thanks for joining us, Gates. We appreciate the way you delineate your guests on InvestiGates as people who are far more than just Star Trek alum. That was embodied well in your recent episode with Kate Mulgrew. In your intro for her, you never even mentioned she was on Voyager. We’re curious… what do you get out of really digging into these people and revealing who they are and exposing them to your audience?
Gates McFadden: Well, you honor me far too much by saying I expose them to my audience. I’m simply searching for things I don’t know about my guest. I love researching because it just opens the world to you and you go, oh my gosh, these are people who I’ve known about, some of them are dear friends… but there’s always something new you learn about them. So that to me is what’s challenging and also really enjoyable.
I do not consider myself an excellent podcaster. I am a neophyte; I am learning on my feet. It’s been fascinating and excruciating as well because you have to listen to your own voice and your own dumb questions.
TrekNews.net: It can be so tough for podcasters to nail down a level of comfort with their guest. But we think you do it really well. To what do you attribute your intimate interviewing skills?
Gates McFadden: I feel it takes a moment to get comfortable on a podcast, just as it does on an in-person or video interview like we’re doing. In the beginning, I always feel I’m trying too hard. And once it settles down, then both people are really listening to each other and it’s a conversation, which is what I love. Then it’s a give and take, and it can go places I haven’t anticipated or they haven’t anticipated. I also love it when there are big surprises that happen.
Read the full article/interview in our press library.
Take a look at next episode of Star Trek: Picard, titled “The Bounty”.
Ohhh it looks so promosing already!