Fourth Annual 2020 Star Trek Ornament Predictions

It is time again for our annual Star Trek Ornament predictions for 2020 which will be announced in the coming months.

If you would like to see our past predictions click below.

Third Annual Hallmark Star Trek Ornament Predictions (2019)

  • Saru & Burham Odds: 2:1 (2019)

2018 Predictions: Star Trek Anniversaries and Possible Ornaments

  • Arex & M’Ress (2018)
  • U.S.S. Discovery (2018)

2017 Predictions: Place Your Bets on the Next Hallmark Star Trek Ornament!

  • “The Naked Time” Odds: 3:1 (2018)

 

 2020 Character Contenders

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Spock has returned to the Star Trek universe (a bit hairier) and Hallmark will pounce to capitalize on it.  Look for a scene with Michael Burnham. Odds: 2:1

 

 

STAR TREK: DISCOVERY

 

Captain Philippa Georgiou is due to get her own Star Trek spinoff so it would only make sense to promote her. Odds: 3:1

 

 

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Captain Christopher Pike debuted in second season of Discovery with generally positive reactions. He is already a staple in the Star Trek universe and is a prime candidate. Odds: 3:1

 

 

Michael Burnham as the lead of the two year old series Discovery is portrayed in a 2019 scene ornament so the likelihood she’ll get a second in two years is not too likely unless it is with the new Spock. Odds: 9:1

 

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Unless Captain Gabriel Lorca has a role in Season Two, 2020 is too far away for him to show up. Odds: 75:1

2020 Ship Contenders

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The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-B has been mysteriously absent from the Hallmark lineup for years. A strong contender for a Event Exclusive ornament. Odds: 5:1

 

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Star Trek: Voyager celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2020.  There is a good chance we get a reissue of the U.S.S. Voyager in metal form.  The Voyager was first and last issued in 1996. Odds: 7:1

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At some point we should expect Discovery’s design of the original U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 from the first season finale. Odds: 7:1

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Star Trek: Discovery’s other ship, U.S.S. Shenzhou may be another angle at promoting Star Trek’s latest series. Odds: 22:1

 

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Is the V’Ger likely to show up next season? Odds: 110:1

 

2020 Scene Contenders

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The Talosians from the highly praised second season episode of Discovery, If Memory Serves, is very likely to get a scene ornament. This would also be a great opportunity to include new Spock. Odds: 3:1 (Added 3/13/19)

 

 

Nothing would be better than a Kirk ornament shouting “Khaaaaan!”. The Star Trek II scene has become a staple in the public lexicon. Odds: 4:1

 

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Another year. Another Spock ornament. “Spock’s Brain” should please the fans. Odds: 4:1

 

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There is no gray area on the reception a “Let That Be Your Last Battlefield” ornament would be. Odds: 5:1

 

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“The Enemy Within” is screaming for an evil-Kirk ornament. Odds: 5:1

 

 

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The time has never been more right than to release a “Plato’s Stepchildren” ornament celebrating Kirk and Uhura’s groundbreaking kiss. Odds: 8:1

 

 

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A “Space Seed” ornament could revisit the popular Khan character that was first ornamentalized in 2005. Odds: 10:1

 

 

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“Plato’s Stepchildren” gave us many iconic scenes (Spock laughing) but everyone would love to ring in the holidays with Kirk and Spock dancing a little jig. Odds: 14:1

 

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The Kirk Death from the movie Star Trek: Generations is not very Christmasy but look no further than 2015’s “The Needs of the Many” ornament. Odds: 28:1

 

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“The Corbomite Maneuver” would be favorite among diehard fans but lost on the general public. Odds: 250:1

2020 Prop Contenders

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A three dimensional chess ornament? Check and mate! Odds: 7:1

 

 

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Just sci-fi looking enough to possibly sneak in as a Christmas weapon ornament, the Phaser Rifle has a decent shot. Odds: 18:1

 

 

 

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The Laser Pistol is more modern day sidearm than futuristic weapon. Odds: 30:1

 

 

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Hallmark has given us the phaser, the communicator, the tricorder and even the transporter chamber, so what is left? Maybe a scene from the Next Generation Holodeck. Odds: 37:1

2020 Star Trek Anniversaries

Star Trek: The Original Series
1966: 54th Anniversary

Star Trek: The Animated Series
1973: 47th Anniversary

Star Trek: The Motion Picture
1979: 41st Anniversary

Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan
1982: 38th Anniversary

Star Trek: The Search for Spock
1984: 36th Anniversary

Star Trek: The Voyage Home
1986: 34th Anniversary

Star Trek: The Next Generation
1987: 33rd Anniversary

Star Trek: The Final Frontier
1989: 31st Anniversary

Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country
1991: 29th Anniversary

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
1993: 27th Anniversary

Star Trek: Generations
1994: 26th Anniversary

Star Trek: Voyager
1995: 25th Anniversary

Star Trek: First Contact
1996: 24th Anniversary

Star Trek: Insurrection
1998: 22nd Anniversary

Star Trek: Enterprise
2001: 19th Anniversary

Star Trek: Nemesis
2002: 18th Anniversary

Star Trek
2009: 11th Anniversary

Star Trek: Into Darkness
2013: 17th Anniversary

Star Trek: Beyond
2016: 4th Anniversary

Star Trek: Discovery
2017: 3rd Anniversary

Star Trek: Short Treks
2018: 2nd Anniversary

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1 thought on “Fourth Annual 2020 Star Trek Ornament Predictions

  1. Rd Stendel-Freels

    Can’t believe you would call the Enterprise B a strong contender for an event exclusive ornament! With the exception of the M’Ress/Arex set, every event exclusive ornament has been a repaint of a previous or concurrently-released ornament. The odds of Hallmark investing the money and resources to make Enterprise B an event exclusive ornament are nowhere near 5:1, they are so astronomical that they render the point moot. You can’t place odds on something that isn’t going to happen.

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