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Roddenberry Entertainment, Inc., incorporated on 4 February 1997, [1] is a production and distribution company which co-produces the Star Trek series Star Trek: Discovery, Star Trek: Picard, Star Trek: Lower Decks, Star Trek: Prodigy and Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. The company also (co-)produces graphic novels, comics, podcasts, fan films, and documentary films as well as other television projects, many of which with Star Trek connections, including the Roddenberry Archive project. [2] [3] [4] Its founder, owner, and CEO, Eugene "Rod" Roddenberry, Jr., is the son of the late Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry.

The company previously produced the short film Days Missing (2009), the documentary Trek Nation (2010), and the short science fiction films White Room: 02B3 (2012, with makeup by Robert Kato DeStefan and Thomas E. Surprenant) and Instant (2015, with Manu Intiraymi and Phil Morris).

In 2016, the company released the Star Trek: The Original Series - The Roddenberry Vault three-disc Blu-ray Disc set, in conjunction with CBS Consumer Products.

Roddenberry Entertainment also produces the following podcasts:

Roddenberry Productions[]

Until 2004, Roddenberry Entertainment was the main holding through which CEO Roddenberry, Jr. plied his trade. Due to the proliferation of productions, however, he decided to establish an overall, umbrella company Roddenberry Productions under which all Roddenberry-related companies were placed. These included the two oldest ones that his father had originally established, and which are still in existence: Norway Corporation and Lincoln Enterprises. Now subordinated under the new holding, which came into being on 23 June 2004, [6] Roddenberry Entertainment currently focuses on the (co-)production and distribution of the newest Trek-related shows.

The official web site Roddenberry.com currently serves as a catch-all of all Roddenberry's holdings, with his father's lifelong accountant and close family friend, Mort Kessler, having served for the family holdings in a similar function until his retirement.

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The following are terms referenced in production documents released by Roddenberry.com:

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