Star Trek (TV)
A dream that became a reality and spread throughout the stars
- Capt. Kirk, from TOS episode Whom Gods Destroy


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Star Trek [The Original Series]
79 episodes (1966-69) 60m


Captain Kirk and crew warp around the quadrant in the Enterprise, seeking out new life and new civilisations - boldly going where no man has gone before. The multicultural bridge crew (including pointy-eared alien Spock) prove we can all work together if we try. At times politically incorrect, but groundbreaking fun nevertheless. Definitely, the original and the greatest.





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Star Trek Continues
11 episodes (2013-2017) 60m


The ultimate fan-produced webseries created with loving care by Vic Mignogna. The series completes the last year (late 2269 - early 2270) of the Enterprise's five-year mission. Using the largest, most complete standing TOS sets in the world - precisely constructed using the original blueprints - this show is easily the best fan effort made in the days before CBS changed all the rules. Click HERE





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Star Trek - The Next Generation
176 episodes (1987-94) 60m


Set 78 years after TOS, the long-awaited new Trek series featured an "ensemble" cast - the most popular being the android Data, Klingon bridge officer Worf and Enterprise-D captain Jean-Luc Picard. After a shaky start less popular characters generally got better, except Wesley Crusher who copped a nasty dose of writer revenge. Deservedly popular and still looking good.





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Star Trek - Deep Space Nine
174 episodes (1993-99) 60m


Often soapy series set on a space station where Starfleet officers try to keep the peace between the spiritual Bajorans and their former Cardassian rulers. On the other side of the nearby 'wormhole' are the powerful shape-shifters of the Dominion. Rescued mid-series when Worf signed on and the station got its own starship. Passable Trek that didn't go much further than this.





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Star Trek - Voyager
172 episodes (1995-2001) 60m


Trek tension with a twist. Along with the terrorist Maquis vessel they were chasing, state-of-the-art starship Voyager ends up in the Delta Quadrant courtesy of an alien entity. Female captain Janeway gets what's left of the crews to team up and try and get home - facing lots of new alien menaces and the Borg along the way. A good series that suffered from a general Trek decline.





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Enterprise
98 episodes (2001-05) 60m


TOS prequel set in the mid-22nd century accompanies sensitive new-age captain and crew through the early days of deep-space exploration. Has copped a lot of criticism for its over-reliance on recycled plot ideas and tested the patience of Trekkers by virtually throwing the continuity rule-book out the window. After this, Trek took a rest for a while.





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Star Trek: Discovery
29 episodes (2017-present) 60m


Albeit unlikely, about a decade before TOS there was a Starfleet ship that had an organic propulsion system called the 'spore drive'. Its science officer was a mutineer who somehow managed to get back into Starfleet. Discovery's first year was spent fighting prosthetic Klingons, before Christopher Pike came on board as temporary captain to try and liven things up a bit. Ridiculously dumb.





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Star Trek: Picard
20+ episodes (2020-pres) 60m


Jean-Luc Picard, former captain of the starship U.S.S. Enterprise, comes out of forced retirement and the next chapter of his life, to help a young woman who is pursued by assassins. Slightly better than the horrible Discovery series, but Patrick Stewart looks really old because he is, and old Trekkers might lament the premise that the Federation has come off the rails.


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