Category Archives: Hallmark News

Hallmark Ornament Premiere Begins July 9th

This weekend will be your first opportunity to get the Scotty Storyteller ornament with McCoy Storyteller and the Strange New Worlds Enterprise following in October. This is the last year the Star Trek Storytellers will be available in Hallmark stores so be sure to finish (or start) your collection before time runs out!

Hallmark’s Ornament Premiere runs July 9-17, 2022 with Keepsake Ornament Club members getting to shop Ornament Premiere starting July 8!

Today is the Day!

Strange New Worlds premieres today on Paramount+.
  • May 5: “Strange New Worlds” (101)
  • May 12: “Children of the Comet” (102)
  • May 19: “Ghosts of Illyria” (103)
  • May 26: “Memento Mori” (104)
  • June 2: “Spock Amok” (105)

Strange New Worlds is quite simply fun.”

Trek Core, May 1, 2022

Strange New Worlds is always fun, entertaining, exciting, heartwarming, inspiring, and most of all, very worthy of the name Star Trek.”, April 29, 2022

“If a “Star Trek” show is going to begin this strongly establishing its setting and characters with the passion and attention to detail of a ’90s Trek show, then we will only have better and better things to look forward to.”

Slash Film, May 1, 2022

“Funny, inspiring, and kind of amazing, Strange New Worlds is, so far, the best new Trek in years.”

IGN, May 1, 2022

“It simply wants to tell Trek stories the way they used to be told — one space battle, one diplomatic summit, one alien virus, one spatial anomaly, one transporter accident at a time.”

NPR, May 1, 2022

“The first 5 episodes of Strange New Worlds more than prove there’s a place in contemporary Star Trek for some breezy, exciting, and self-contained stories.”

Gizmodo, May 1, 2022

“The new show demonstrates the highest production values — and ethical values. In a landscape of wishy-washy storytelling, this one takes a stand.”

IndieWire, May 1, 2022

“It’s off to a promising start, with a solid crew brimming with potential. By going back to the past, Strange New Worlds points the way to a brighter future.“

TV Line, May 1, 2022

Strange New Worlds is the most easy-breezy Trek in years. It’s here to make new friends, for sure. But it’s not leaving behind its oldest fans either.“

Inverse, May 1, 2022

“With Strange New Worlds they’ve got the real thing at last – a live-action, modern series that actually feels like Star Trek. Watching the first three episodes of this show was like sinking into a warm bath, and I was reminded of just how satisfying this format can be.”

Radio Times, May 1, 2022

“Strange New Worlds is the Paramount Plus Trek show that finally relaxes and embraces the classic Trek format, while still feeling fresh and modern.”

CNET, April 30, 2022

“This is an extremely promising start for the latest branch of the ever-expanding Trek universe. Strange New Worlds may be boldly going where its predecessors have gone before, but it’s doing so in style.“

Games Radar, May 1, 2022

Star Trek Transporter Water Globe Coming in August

Hallmark appears to be expanding their Star Trek universe. The Star Trek water globe, available in August, seems to be a direct descendent of Hallmark’s take on the Keepsake Table Toppers (2016’s “To Boldly Go” and 2019’s Transporter). The water globe has the familiar Star Trek character figures and employs the light and sound technology seen in the Keepsake line for years.

It has yet to be seen how the water globe will be marketed but it is possible it will be in stores as an off-season product since it will not be under the Keepsake label.

Transporter Water Globe (ISRT1010) with light and sound
Available: August 2022

Retail: $99.99

Artist Inspirations: Data (1997)

The 1997 Data ornament inspiration is harder to pin down than others in the line. Data is in his familiar position on the bridge but there wasn’t one obvious image the ornament seemed to mimic.

The only clue to go on is the missing headrest on his chair indicating that it is after Season 1. In the end, the most similar image on the internet seems to be from Season 3, Episode 1 “Evolutions”.

Season 1, Episode 3 ”Code of Honor” seated with headrest.
Season 2, Episode 2 ”Where Silence Has Lease” with no headrest.

Left: Data from Season 1 with headrest.

Right: Data was seen in multiple episodes seated at the controls.

Image A (above) Brent Spiner looks into the camera in what at first appears to be a publicity still.
Image B (above): Spiner is obviously looking over his shoulder and past the camera. This appears to be the frame after Image A. This still was tracked down to Season 3, Episode 1”Evolutions” (TNG).
You can see in Image B (right) Spiner’s head has turned to expose more of the sign on door behind him.
The major differences are the position of Data’s right hand and shoulders. The image is close but not likely the ornament’s inspiration.

More ‘Artist Inspirations’…

PopMinded Booth at Star Trek Mission Chicago

Image from @StarfleetUnderG on Twitter
Star Trek itty bittys with 2019 ISS Enterprise, 2020 Tribble and 2021 HMS Bounty close behind. Image from @StarfleetUnderG on Twitter
Upper left corner we get a glimpse of the 2022 Scotty and McCoy Storyteller ornaments. Image from @Mc156 on Twitter

Left: What appears to be Star Trek Storyteller advertisement/brochure. We need to see more of this!

Right: Buttons? Pins? Swag? Images from @StarfleetUnderG on Twitter

Star Trek Mission Chicago Opens Tomorrow

Assemble your crew and lay in a course for Star Trek: Mission Chicago—the ultimate Star Trek fan experience for all ages! Whether you’re a Ten-Forward regular or fresh out of the Academy, Star Trek: Mission Chicago has something for everyone!

Discover a new frontier of immersive experiences and unique encounters with fellow fans unlike anything you’ve seen before. Explore the past, present and future of Star Trek while embracing the ideals of a diverse and inclusive future that remains at the center of Gene Roddenberry’s beloved universe. Join us as we go beyond expectation with a fan experience loaded with celebrity guests, exclusive merchandise and exciting announcements that can only be offered at Star Trek: Mission Chicago, the official fan convention brought to you by ViacomCBS and ReedPop.

Star Trek Mission Chicago

The weekend’s Hallmark event will be held Saturday afternoon at 1:15 with a preview of Star Trek offerings hosted by Christine Taylor and Kevin Dilmore.

“A Piece of the Hallmark Action”


Saturday, Apr 9th

01:15 PM – 02:00 PM

Here’s your first look at what’s coming this year from Hallmark that’s just for Star Trek fans, including Keepsake Ornaments, itty bittys, gift items and more. Join PopMinded by Hallmark’s Christine Taylor and Kevin Dilmore to see what’s new PLUS have your shot at prizes from Hallmark’s Star Trek product lines.

Panelists: Christine Taylor, Kevin Dilmore

If you’re looking to get up close with some of the Star Trek cast there will be opportunities to obtain photos and signatures of your favorite actors.

Photo OpsPriceFridaySaturdaySunday
Alexander Siddig$654:20pm1:30pm
Annie Wersching$603:50pm11:30am
Anson Mount$8012:40pm2:30pm
Anthony Montgomery$502:50pm12:30pm12:10pm
Anthony Rapp$604:50pm5:40pm1:10pm
Blu Del Barrio$501:50pm6:10pm1:40pm
Chase Masterson$304:20pm1:30pm12:00pm
Connor Trinneer$502:50pm12:30pm12:10pm
David Ajala$601:20pm5:30pm12:50pm
David Ajala in Costume$1201:40pm6:20pm1:50pm
Dominic Keating$503:10pm12:50pm12:30pm
Doug Jones$701:20pm5:30pm1:00pm
Ethan Peck$801:20pm
Evan Evagora$604:10pm11:50am
George Takei$1003:00pm3:00pm
Ian Alexander$502:10pm6:30pm2:00pm
Isa Briones$603:50pm11:30am
Jack Quaid$502:20pm3:40pm
James Cromwell$802:10pm2:40pm
Kate Mulgrew$1102:30pm2:10pm
Kenneth Mitchell$501:40pm5:40pm1:10pm
Mary Chieffo$601:30pm6:30pm1:40pm
Michelle Hurd$604:10pm11:50am
Nana Visitor$504:40pm1:50pm1:20pm
Natalija Nogulich$403:30pm1:00pm2:00pm
Noah Averbach-Katz$501:30pm6:10pm1:00pm
Noel Wells$40
Robin Curtis$303:50pm1:10pm2:20pm
Sonequa Martin-Green$803:20pm
Tawny Newsome$602:40pm4:00pm
Walter Koenig$802:20pm2:10pm12:40pm
Wil Wheaton$605:00pm1:50pm12:20pm
William Shatner$12011:00am
Team Up Photo OpsPriceFridaySaturdaySunday
Adira and Gray$902:00pm6:20pm1:50pm
Deep Space Nine Trio$1154:30pm1:40pm
Discovery Cast$3205:50pm1:20pm
Discovery Cast w/ Sonequa Martin-Green FRIDAY ONLY$3805:00pm
Enterprise Trio$1203:00pm12:40pm12:20pm
Lower Decks Trio$1402:30pm3:50pm
Picard Cast$1904:00pm11:40am
Strange New Worlds Duo$1501:00pm
Alexander Siddig$60
Annie Wersching$40
Anson Mount$80
Anthony Montgomery$40
Anthony Rapp$50
Blu Del Barrio$40
Chase Masterson$30
Connor Trinneer$40
David Ajala$50
Dominic Keating$40
Doug Jones$65
Ethan Peck$80
Evan Evagora$50
George Takei$80
Ian Alexander$40
Isa Briones$50
Jack Quaid$40
James Cromwell$60
Kate Mulgrew$100
Kenneth Mitchell$40
Mary Chieffo$40
Michelle Hurd$50
Nana Visitor$45
Natalija Nogulich$20
Noah Averbach-Katz$30
Noel Wells$40
Robin Curtis$30
Sonequa Martin-Green$70
Tawny Newsome$40
Walter Koenig$80
Wil Wheaton$40
William Shatner$120

Panels and Events


12:00 pm – A First Look at Star Trek Online’s Next Story Update: Fans of the game Star Trek Online won’t want to miss this panel exploring the upcoming storylines, featuring Star Trek: Discovery’s Noah Averbach-Katz.

12:30 pm – The LGBTQ Collective: Fans of all identities break down Star Trek’s past, present, and future representation of the LGBTQ+ community.

12:30 pm – Trek Beyond the Screen: Explore the Star Trek literary universe with some of Trek’s authors.

1:00 pm – Star Trek: Enterprise Cast Panel: Stars Dominic Keating, Anthony Montgomery, and Connor Trinneer revisit Enterprise and answer fan questions.

2:30 pm – Star Trek: Deep Space Nine cast panel: Stars Alexander Siddig, Nana Visitor, and Chase Masterson reflect on the groundbreaking series.

2:30 pm – Doug Jones Spotlight: Saru himself, Doug Jones, will answer fan questions as he reflects on his career.

2:45 pm – Cosplaying From Star Trek at Every Level: Expert cosplayers give advice to those just starting their cosplay journey, or those looking to take their costume to the next level.

4:15 pm – Science in Star Trek: Discovery: Science consultants Dr. Erin Macdonald and Professor Mohamed Noor explore the science behind the series Star Trek: Discovery.

6:15 pm – Trektivism — Our Fandom For Real-World Social Change: Trek actors and fans share how the franchise can inspire leaders in enacting real change in our universe.


10:45 am – The Sid City Social Club Changed Lives During the Pandemic!: In the first in-person gathering of the social club, Alexander Siddig and others share how the actor’s Zoom social club touched lives during the pandemic.

11:30 am – IDIC — Let’s Make It So!: Chase Masterson and her organization Pop Culture Hero Coalition explore how to bring the ideals of Gene Roddenberry to life.

11:30 am – Star Trek: Lower Decks Panel: In their first convention appearance together, series creator Mike McMahan and stars Tawny Newsom, Jack Quaid, Noël Wells, and Jerry O’Connell talk all things Lower Decks.

12:00 pm – James Cromwell Spotlight: James Cromwell, who played Zephram Cochrane in Star Trek: First Contact, will take fan questions.

1:00 pm – George Takei Spotlight: George Takei takes to the stage to share stories of Sulu and answer fan questions.

1:15 pm – A Piece of the Hallmark Action: Get a first look at the upcoming Hallmark Star Trek collectibles being released this year.

2:00 pm – The Firsts and the Onlys: Breaking Barriers in Trek: Fans take a look at characters who broke new ground both within the Star Trek franchise and in our own world.

2:30 pm – Star Trek: Discovery Cast Panel: Join Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp, Noah Averbach-Katz, Mary Chiffeo, Ken Mitchell, David Ajala, Ian Alexander, and Blu Del Barrio as they discuss Discovery’s journey and where the show might go next.

2:30 pm – Comics: The Final Frontier: Artist Gavin Smith talks about his career, drawing iconic characters from Star Trek, and the upcoming Star Trek IDW comic Mirror War.

4:00 pm – Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Panel: Go inside the newest Paramount+ original series with stars Anson Mount, Rebecca Romijn, Ethan Peck, and Celia Rose Gooding as well as producers Henry Alonso Myers and Akiva Goldsman. 

5:00 pm – Star Trek: Picard Cast Panel: Stars Michelle Hurd, Isa Briones, Annie Wersching, and Evan Evagora dive into Picard’s latest season and share their Star Trek memories from working on the show.

5:30 pm – Kate Mulgrew Spotlight and Book Reading: Captain Janeway herself beams to the stage to answer fan questions and read from her book How to Forget: A Daughter’s Memoir. She will be signing books after the conclusion of the panel.

6:15 pm – Beam Me Up, Jackie! An Extra-Galactic Drag Extravaganza!: Join RuPaul’s Drag Race star and Trek fan Jackie Cox in a musical and comedy celebration of Star Trek!


10:30 am – The Future is Female: From the shows themselves to tie-in materials, female fans explore the way that Star Trek has depicted women.

11:00 am – Star Trek: Prodigy Panel: Star Kate Mulgrew, series co-creator Dan Hageman, and executive producer/director Ben Hibon share stories from the bridge of the Prodigy

12:30 pm – William Shatner Spotlight: Join William Shatner as he answers fan questions and reminisces about his time as James T. Kirk.

2:00 pm – Walter Koenig Spotlight: Walter Koenig will answer fan questions and talk about his time playing the role of Pavel Chekov.

2:00 pm – Star Trek & Disability: The Highs, the Lows, and Where We’ll Go: Join Star Trek fans as they explore the ways Star Trek has succeeded or missed the mark in terms of disability representation, as well as where the franchise could go next.

2:15 pm – DISCODoesDnD at Mission: Chicago!: Join the intrepid crew of the U.S.S. Discovery as they boldly go on a new Dungeons and Dragons campaign, all in front of a live audience.

3:30 pm – The Women of Star Trek: Actresses from all corners of Star Trek share their stories of inspiring others through their own Trek journeys. The panel will feature Nana Visitor, Michelle Hurd, Isa Briones, Robin Curtis, Annie Wersching, Chase Masterson, and Natalija Nogulich


Your crew for the con might have a few ensigns who are eager to learn more about the world of Star Trek. Share the final frontier with them with these kid-friendly panels throughout the con!

11:45 am, Friday – Welcome to Starfleet Academy!: Dr. Erin Macdonald provides a look at the roles on a starship and invites ensigns to find out what role they’d be best suited for.

1:45 pm, Friday – Story Time with Robb Pearlman: New York Times bestselling Trek writer Robb Pearlman shares excerpts from his latest Star Trek children’s books. This event will also take place at 12:45 pm on Saturday.

3:45 pm, Saturday – Learn to Draw Star Trek: Star Trek comics artist Gavin Smith leads a class for cadets and parents on how to draw their favorite Star Trek characters. This event will also take place at 3:45 pm on Saturday, and at 1:45 pm on Sunday.

11:45 am, Saturday – Build Your Own Planet!: Dr. Erin Macdonald will lead a class on solar systems and the different kinds of planets and stars found within one.

11:45 am, Sunday – Science Officers of Star Trek: Prodigy: Cadets can learn all about the science of Star Trek: Prodigy, from how transporters work to what makes the U.S.S. Protostar fly.


While at Mission Chicago, enjoy a screening of the newly remastered Star Trek: The Motion Picture – The Director’s Edition with David C. Fein, the man behind the remaster. With new audio and deleted scenes, this is one screening you won’t want to miss. Join us on the main stage at 4 pm on Friday.

For many, this will likely be the first large public gathering since the onset of COVID-19. Be careful, be smart and stay safe!

Star Trek: Mission Chicago requires proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test for entry for all attendee fans age 5+. Participants age 5+ are required to show proof of completion of full vaccination with a COVID-19 vaccine approved or authorized for emergency use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or World Health Organization (WHO) or proof of a negative antigen or PCR COVID-19 test administered by a medical provider for admission.

Hallmark to Unveil 2022 Ornaments at Star Trek: Mission Chicago

We are just over a week away until the start of Star Trek: Mission Chicago and now we have official word of a 2022 Hallmark Star Trek ornament unveiling at the event.

Saturday, April 9, 2022 1:15 pm – A Piece of the Hallmark Action: Here’s your first look at what’s coming this year from Hallmark that’s just for Star Trek fans, including Keepsake Ornaments, itty bittys, gift items and more. Join PopMinded by Hallmark’s Christine Taylor and Kevin Dilmore to see what’s new PLUS have your shot at prizes from Hallmark’s Star Trek product lines. Panelists: Christine Taylor, Kevin Dilmore

The timing is right for Star Trek: Mission Chicago to be the premiere of this year’s lineup with the 2022 Dream Book due out later in the month. There is no word whether there will be Sneak Peeks for next year’s ornaments, a common convention practice pre-Covid.

What Will the Keepsakes 50th Anniversary Bring?

Star Trek: Mission Chicago begins in less than a month (April 8-10) and with it the likely announcement of the 2022 Trek line and possibly even 2023 previews. Hallmark traditionally has reserved their next year’s Star Trek line for San Diego Comic-Con in July but the past two years were scrapped due to COVID-19. Now, with things returning to ”normal” and the addition of Star Trek: Mission Chicago into the convention lineup, there is a chance we will return to traditional previews.

So, what can we expect in 2023? There are five Star Trek series currently streaming new content and with the absence of the Star Trek Storytellers series in ’22 the shelves will be wide open to new ideas. Prodigy’s Protostar, Lower Decks’ Cerritos, Strange New Worlds’ Enterprise and Picard’s Stargazer are just some of the ships that are likely in the coming years and there is a whole host of characters that are worthy of representation.

2023 will be the 50th anniversary of the Hallmark Keepsake line and with it the possibility that Hallmark reissues or reimagines some classic ornaments from the past five decades. If this is Hallmark’s approach, Star Trek would surely be one of the pop brands revisited and it’s just a matter of which past Trek ornament Hallmark would honor.

The obvious choice would be the U.S.S. Enterprise ornament that debuted the line in 1991, complete with red and green lights around the saucer, but I would argue for the more famous 1992 Galileo Shuttlecraft complete with Spock’s Christmas message.

This idea is only speculation (and likely just wishful thinking) but if we were to ever get a revisit to a past ornament, and possibly the Galileo, wouldn’t Hallmark Keepsake’s 50th anniversary be the perfect time?


In 1973, when Hallmark introduced six glass ball ornaments and 12 yarn figures as the first collection of Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments, a new tradition of Christmas decorating was started and a new collectible industry was born. When the first line was introduced, they were unique in design, year-dated and available only for a limited time – innovations in the world of ornaments. Since 1973, Hallmark has introduced more than 8,000 different Keepsakes Ornaments and more than 100 ornament series, groups of ornaments that share a specific theme.

The finished Keepsake Ornaments reflect the way styles, materials, formats and technology have expanded since the first ones appeared in Hallmark stores in 1973. Once a collection of decorated glass balls and yarn figures, Keepsake Ornaments now are made in a wide array of wood, acrylic, porcelain, blown glass, metal and handcrafted formats.

Hallmark Hallmark Star Trek Articles

The 2021 event-exclusive Star Trek offering from Hallmark coincides with the 35th Anniversary of Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. The final chance to get your own Bird of Prey comes this week and our review can get you ready.

Review: Hallmark ‘Star Trek IV’ HMS Bounty Klingon Bird Of Prey Can Bring Honor To Your Tree
October 5, 2021

It’s Christmas in July, at least for fans and collectors of Hallmark ornaments. This weekend Hallmark releases a new electronic Mirror Spock ornament, which adds to the magic that began last year with their Keepsake Star Trek “Mirror, Mirror” Storyteller Collection (see TrekMovie review). We got our hands on the Terran First Officer to see how well he fits in with the fantastic 2020 collection.

REVIEW: Spock Is A Welcome Addition To Hallmark’s “Mirror, Mirror” Storyteller Ornament Collection
July 10, 2021

Next month brings Comic-Con@Home, as San Diego Comic-Con is going virtual with a remote convention for the second year in a row. But even if there isn’t going to be an in-person convention and vendor hall that doesn’t mean there won’t be exclusive merchandise and the first Star Trek exclusive for the event was just announced by Hallmark.

Hallmark’s 2021 Comic-Con Exclusive Bird Of Prey Ornament Celebrates 35th Anniversary Of ‘Star Trek IV’
June 28, 2021

Every year, collectors anxiously await the release of Hallmark’s next Star Trek Keepsake ornaments. The first Star Trek Hallmark ornament was the original USS Enterprise NCC-1701 in 1991. Since then, Hallmark has produced at least one Star Trek ornament with lights and sound every year, as well as some without the bells and whistles. And with Christmas two months away, it’s time to start thinking about the holidays. For 2020, the folks at Hallmark have outdone themselves. Not only are there 3 new Star Trek Keepsake ornaments,  there’s also a large tree topper, and all are themed around the classic episode “Mirror, Mirror,” And together, they tell a story, for real.

Review: Hallmark’s “Mirror, Mirror” Star Trek Ornaments Are The Perfect Fit For The Holidays In 2020
October 25, 2020

Hallmark has four new Star Trek ornaments this year, three of which went on sale on July 13th and one that is a convention exclusive (the I.S.S. Enterprise). This year’s ship is the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 from Star Trek: The Motion Picture, commemorating the 40th anniversary of the film. A tribble ornament with sound and motion is the Classic Trek offering, and representing Star Trek: Discovery is a Commander Saru and Michael Burnham ornament. Be sure to check out our unboxing video below!

Review: 2019 Star Trek Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments
July 17, 2019

In addition to all the Star Trek: Discovery and Picard series news coming out of New York Comic Con, there was also some cool Trek merchandise to check out on the exhibition floor. We have gathered the highlights of the new and upcoming Star Trek collectibles on display from Eaglemoss, Hallmark, Fansets and Diamond Select Toys.

NYCC: Eaglemoss, Hallmark, Fansets and Diamond Select Show Off New And Upcoming Star Trek Collectibles
October 11, 2018

Today Hallmark unveiled their 2018 Dream Book online, revealing details on their four planned Star Trek ornaments. In addition, they also have a Star Trek con exclusive planned. This is the most Star Trek offerings from Hallmark in years. We have photos and demonstration videos of the 2018 Star Trek line from Hallmark to help you plan your holidays early.

See And Hear The 2018 Hallmark Star Trek Ornaments In Action
April 19, 2018

With Star Trek: Discovery finally arriving today, this week has seen some exciting new merch hit the streets, with others on the way. The new Eaglemoss model for the U.S.S. Discovery will be warping to online retailers soon, the Hallmark ornament of the U.S.S. Discovery has been announced and new wearable Discovery pins are now available for purchase.

Star Trek: Discovery’ Merch Update: Eaglemoss Ship, Hallmark Ornament and QMx Pins
September 24, 2017

This year Hallmark has two new Star Trek ornaments and they arrive in stores on Saturday, July 15th. This year’s ship is the U.S.S. Franklin from Star Trek Beyond,  and the 30thAnniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation is being celebrated with an ornament featuring Captain Picard and Data on the bridge of the Enterprise. TrekMovie got an early look at both for this review.

Review: 2017 Star Trek Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments – USS Franklin and TNG Data and Picard
July 14, 2017

Last week we reported on two San Diego Comic Con 2017 Star Trek exclusives: The Diamond Select “Final Flight” U.S.S. Enterprise and a Bif Bang Pow! U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D Monitor Mate. This week we have news on two more SDCC exclusives: another one from Bif Bang Pow! plus an ornament from Hallmark. We also have news of a new replica from QMx, the Star Trek Adventures RPG going on pre-order, and the latest Star Trek items to show up at Think Geek and Entertainment Earth.

Hallmark and Bif Bang Pow!, Plus QMx Unveils Captain’s Chair
June 15, 2017

TrekMovie visited the San Diego Comic Con 2014 Exhibitor Hall to check out some of the Star Trek merchandise on hand, including first looks at QMx’s USS Reliant Artisan Replica and the 2015 Star Trek Hallmark ornaments.

SDCC14 Exhibitor Hall: First Look At QMx USS Reliant + 2015 Star Trek Hallmark Ornaments + More Trek Merch
July 27, 2014

A number of Star Trek licensees are showing new and upcoming products at San Diego Comic Con this week, including USS Kelvins from QMx and Hallmark, the new Hasbro Star Trek sequel KRE-O line, new figures and vehilces from Diamond Select and uniform replicas from Anovos. Details and tons of images below.

Hasbro, QMx, DST, Anovos and Hallmark Show Off New Star Trek Merch At SDCC 2012
July 14, 2012

Tonight is preview night for San Diego Comic Con and two licensees are revealing some cool new Star Trek items. Hallmark is unveiling three 2012 Star Trek ornaments: The Enterprise D, a two Spocks scene from the 2009 Star Trek movie, and a classic Dr. McCoy. And Diamond Select Toys are unveiling their first Star Trek: The Next Generation retro-cloth figures. Details and pictures below.

SDCC Previews: Hallmark’s 2012 Star Trek Ornaments + DST Reveals First TNG Retro Mego Figures
July 20, 2011

As we have been doing all week, TrekMovie continues to bring you the first looks and details on the new Star Trek items being debuted at San Diego Comic Con. Today we have a look at three Star Trek 2011 Hallmark Keepsake Christmas ornaments.

First Look: Hallmark 2011 Star Trek Ornaments
July 22, 2010

Today we have a follow-up to our Saturday first look article on Hallmark’s 2010 Star Trek Keepsake ornaments. Star Trek novelist Kevin Dilmore (who also works for Hallmark) has sent us a video he made, showing off the three new ornaments.

Exclusive Video Of 2010 Hallmark Star Trek Ornaments
May 17, 2010

Christmas may be seven months away, but it isn’t too early to start planning ahead for what you will be hanging on your tree. Hallmark have revealed their line-up of Christmas ornaments for 2010, including three new Star Trek ornaments, including the first ornament tied into the 2009 Star Trek movie. TrekMovie has details and images.

The Collective: A Look At Hallmark’s 2010 Star Trek Ornaments
May 15, 2010

Hallmark and Kurt Adler have announced new items sure to Trekify your winter celebration experiences. Starting October 10th, the second round of Star Trek Keepsake Ornaments from Hallmark are available during the “Ornament Debut Weekend” at local Hallmark stores, and Kurt Adler continues its Star Trek line with statues, lights, stockings, and Christmasy figures.

The Collective: Hallmark and Kurt Adler Gearing Up For Star Trek Christmas 2009
October 9, 2009

It is Christmas in July with the Hallmark Ornament Premiere Weekend. This weekend Hallmark began selling much of the 2009 Christmas ornaments, including two new Star Trek Keepsake (of a total of five planned for the year). See below for first impressions of the Klingon Battle Cruiser and Menagerie ornaments.

Review Of Star Trek Hallmark Ornaments Premiering This Weekend
July 12, 2009

Hallmark Star Trek items have been, well, a hallmark of collecting and family fun since the first USS Enterprise ornament in 1991. This year, Hallmark has many surprises for fans and TrekMovie has been given all the exclusive details and first photos for two new 2009 ornaments.

The Collective: Exclusive First Looks At Hallmark Ilia and Uhura 2009 Ornaments
June 9, 2009

Are you going to have a party to celebrate the new Star Trek movie? If so then Hallmark has you covered with a new line of Star Trek movie themed party supplies from invites to cups and plates to thank you notes and more. Hallmark has also announced their Star Trek ornaments for 2009. See below for all the new Hallmark Star Trek goodies.

Details On New Hallmark Star Trek Party Supplies and Upcoming Christmas Ornaments
May 3, 2009

October 11-12th, Hallmark stores are celebrating their annual “Ornament Debut” weekend with in-store parties. Star Trek fans have reason to join the festivities because one of the best Star Trek ornaments ever is now available, the TOS Communicator. continues coverage of the Hallmark line with a detailed look at the new ornament, and news of next year’s line.   

The Collective: Review of Hallmark 2008 Communciator Ornament + 2009 Preview
October 11, 2008

Two more Star Trek’s licensees are revealing new items at Comic Con 2008. Diamond Select Toys have a Star Trek III two-pack depicting Kruge and Maltz (and more). And Hallmark is showing off a prototype for one of their 2009 Keepsake Ornaments, depicting a scene from “The Menagerie.” Pictures and more details below. 

Comic Con 08: Diamond Select and Hallmark Reveal New Trek Items
July 26, 2008

This weekend Hallmark stores are having their annual Keepsake Ornament premiere parties, and Star Trek is invited. Available now are two of the three Trek themed ornaments for 2008 (a third will be available this October). has a review of the new ornaments, and provides news about some new DST items. 

The Collective: Review Of 2008 Hallmark Trek Ornaments + DST Landing Party Kits
July 12, 2008

The Collective brings news on all sorts of Trek stuff we can expect later this year. We have the first look at the newly designed Mego Gorn, new pre-orders available for new DS9 and TOS figures and also a closer look at the 2008 Star Trek Hallmark ornaments.

The Collective: Mego Gorn + Hallmark Ornaments + New Pre-orders
May 12, 2008

Christmas is coming early as Hallmark’s 2008 ‘Dream Book’ (their annual catalog, usually available in April) has been leaked to the interweb. The ‘draft’ Dreambook details three Star Trek ornaments for 2008: The U.S.S. Reliant, a scene from “The Trouble With Tribbles” and a Kirk era communicator. See below for more details and (somewhat grainy) pictures.

The Collective Sneak Peek: 2008 Hallmark Trek Ornaments
March 10, 2008

Star Trek Ornament Directory

Click images to access information on specific ornaments.

Hallmark Star Trek Ornaments

Star Trek: The Experience Ornaments

Miscellaneous Star Trek Ornaments

Miscellaneous Star Trek Lights

Miscellaneous Star Trek Tree Skirts

Miscellaneous Star Trek Stockings

2022 Hallmark Ornament Premiere and Ornament Debut Dates Announced

Save the Date! Mark your calendars for our 2022 Keepsake Ornament release events, where we’ll be releasing over 450 new ornaments from our studio of artists. Remember, if you’re a Keepsake Ornament Club member, you can shop all ornament release events a day before anyone else! Not in the club? Join today at: