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  • 1966
  • 7 Seasons
  • 8.3  (77,023)

Star Trek was a television series back in the 1960's, which ran for 3 years. It was a science fiction series with a cast including William Shatner, who starred at Captain James T. Kirk. The cast also included Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock. He was the only officer who was not from the Planet Earth. Then they had DeForest Kelley as Doctor McCoy. His nickname was 'Bones'. Next came James Doohan who was chief engineer Montgomery Scott. In addition there was Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Uhura, the communications officer, George Takei as Lt. Sulu, the helmsman, and Walter Konig as Chekov. All the aforementioned cast appeared as the crew of the United Star Ship Enterprise. They were all officers in Star Fleet Command, the military protectors of Earth and numerous other planets. The series followed their adventures, as they followed the orders of Star Fleet Headquarters. It became known, through the many episodes, that all officers had to go through Star Fleet Academy for several years, before they were qualified for duty. Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock and Dr. McCoy were shown to be very close friends, as well as military representatives of Star Fleet. There was always some kind of friendly friction between Dr. McCoy and Mr. Spock, due to Mr. Spock's steadfast dedication to logic. His seeming lack of emotions were a major help and hindrance to every episode. The series was broadcast for three years, ending original showing in 1969. It is the only series in television history, to go into syndication until the present day. It also spawned many motion pictures, which were more popular than the original series. The original series did receive good ratings at first, but they did not keep up. The original star of the series was going to be Jeffrey Hunter starring as Capt. Pike, but NBC failed to approve the pilot episode. The series had been cancelled after its first season. However, there was a very strong fan base, and a nationwide letter writing campaign convinced NBC to resurrect the series.

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Turnabout Intruder
24. Turnabout Intruder
June 3, 1969
The Enterprise speeds to help a science party on Camus II after receiving their distress call. Upon arriving at Camus II, the Enterprise's landing party finds all but two of the science party dead. One of the two, Dr. Janice Lester, is a former love of Kirk's from his days at the Starfleet Academy. When Kirk sits with her, Janice uses an alien device to switch minds with Kirk, leaving him in a woman's body while she takes command of the Enterprise.
All Our Yesterdays
23. All Our Yesterdays
March 14, 1969
The Enterprise is sent to evacuate a planet's population before a supernova occurs. Kirk, Spock, and Bones beam down to the planet, Sarpedon, to figure out why they can't detect any life forms. On the surface, they find a library run by Mr. Atoz and his clones who tells them that the entire population went back in time to escape the disaster... and then sends Kirk back to a 17th century era where he's taken for a witch, and Spock and McCoy to a frozen wasteland in the distant past.
The Savage Curtain
22. The Savage Curtain
March 7, 1969
Strange readings are detected by Spock while scanning the planet, Excalbia. These reading lead Spock to believe there is carbon cycle life forms on the planet. The scans are thought to be faulty because the surface is covered by a molten substance. However, the crew is surprised when deceased U.S. president Abraham Lincoln appears on the screen and invites them down.
The Cloud Minders
21. The Cloud Minders
February 28, 1969
The Enterprise goes to Ardana to obtain the only known cure to a plague that threatens to decimate the vegetation on the planet Merak II. Kirk and Spock go to the cloud city of Stratos, and find out that the population is split between the Troglytes, who do the dirty work, including the mining, and the people of the city who enjoy good lives on the backs of the Troglytes. When the Troglytes rebel and threaten to stop mining, Kirk must solve the civil war to get the plague cure.
The Way to Eden
20. The Way to Eden
February 21, 1969
The Enterprise take on six passengers of the stolen space cruiser, Aurora, after they are forced to destroy it before it enters Romulan-controlled space. The six passengers are "space hippies" led by Dr. Sevrin, who want to live free on the mythical planet of Eden. Spock sympathizes with them and helps find the planet, but Dr. Sevrin has his own plans to get there.
Requiem for Methuselah
19. Requiem for Methuselah
February 14, 1969
While on a planet in the Omega system trying to find ryetalyn to stop an epidemic of Rigellian Fever, Kirk, Spock and McCoy come into contact with a strange man, Flint, that didn't register on their previous sensor scans of the planet surface. Flint seems to know much about the ancient history of Earth which leads to some startling discoveries.
The Lights of Zetar
18. The Lights of Zetar
January 31, 1969
While on their way to Memory Alpha, the library of all cultural history and scientific knowledge of the Federation, the Enterprise detects a mysterious storm. The storm is traveling at speeds greater than Warp 2. When the storm hits the Enterprise, it affects each person differently from not being able to speak to partial paralysis.
That Which Survives
17. That Which Survives
January 24, 1969
A landing party from the Enterprise transport down to investigate a planet that is only the size of the Moon, but has the mass of the Earth. The planet appears to be thriving despite its estimated age of only one thousand years. While they are there, a woman appears and then the Enterprise is pushed almost a thousand light years away.
Mark of Gideon
16. Mark of Gideon
January 17, 1969
The Federation is attempting to establish relations with the planet, Gideon. Gideon refuses to allow any visitors or sensor scans, but claims to be a complete paradise. After much debate, Kirk and Kirk alone is allowed to beam down. When he materializes, he is still on the Enterprise's transporter pad and the crew is nowhere to be found.
Let That Be Your Last Battlefield
15. Let That Be Your Last Battlefield
January 10, 1969
The Enterprise comes across a shuttlecraft taken from Starbase 4 on their way to the planet, Arianis. The alien piloting the shuttlecraft is completely white on one side of his body and completely black on the other. The alien claims that he is a political refugee and wishes asylum. Shortly thereafter, another alien much like the first (except he is white and black on opposite sides) arrives and demands that first alien be handed over to him.
Whom Gods Destroy
14. Whom Gods Destroy
January 3, 1969
Kirk and Spock are delivering medicine to the metal health facility on Elba II. The asylum is home to the most insane criminal of the Federation. Once there, an inmate tells Kirk and Spock that the warden is not who he says he is and before they can do anything, Kirk and Spock are imprisoned with the other criminals.
Elaan of Troyius
13. Elaan of Troyius
December 20, 1968
The Enterprise goes on a top-secret mission to take Queen Elaan of Elas to neighboring planet Troyius where she has been promised to their ruler. Their union will stop a bloody conflict that has been going on for years. However, Elaan is spoiled and unhappy with the forced marriage and acts up. While a saboteur stalks the Enterprise and a ghost sensor image appears behind them, matters are further complicated when it's revealed Elasian women can compel the love of any man... and Elaan sets her sights on Kirk.
The Empath
12. The Empath
December 6, 1968
When the Enterprise arrives at Minara 2 to pick up a two-man science team because the planet's sun is going to supernova. Kirk, Spock, and McCoy find the station abandoned and discover the two men were transported away. Then the landing party is transported away to underground caverns where they find a mute alien woman from another planet in the system, and two native Vian scientists who put the landing party through a sadistic series of tortures.
Wink of an Eye
11. Wink of an Eye
November 29, 1968
The Enterprise receives and answers a distress call from the planet Scalos. When the Enterprise reaches Scalos, they are unable to locate the individuals responsible for the signal. An odd buzzing much like that of insects seems to be all around the landing party, but the tricorder is unable to pick up anything. As soon as the party gets back to the Enterprise, strange malfunctions begin to occur.
Plato's Stepchildren
10. Plato's Stepchildren
November 22, 1968
The Enterprise diverts from its current heading and answers a distress call asking for medical attention. When they arrive at the planet Kirk discovers a group of individuals who claim to have visited Earth during the time of the great Greek philosophers, Plato and Socrates. They plan to get McCoy to stay to lend his medical expertise... no matter what it takes.
The Tholian Web
9. The Tholian Web
November 15, 1968
The Enterprise investigates the disappearance of its fellow starship the U.S.S. Defiant. Kirk takes a team over and they find the entire crew dead, having killed each other in fits of madness. The Defiant starts to vanish and everyone but Kirk makes it back before it disappears for good. Spock orders the Enterprise to stay in the area to attempt a recovery, but the crystalline Tholians launch an attack and the Enterprise crew start to experience the same madness that destroyed the Defiant crew.
For the World Is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky
8. For the World Is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky
November 8, 1968
McCoy tells Kirk that he has become infected with a fatal disease for which there is no known cure. Shortly thereafter the Enterprise is attacked and extrapolates that the attack came from an asteroid which turns out to be a sophisticated and inhabited space vessel on a collision course with a planet. The Enterprise tries to stop the oncoming collision, while McCoy announces he plans to stay on the asteroid with the high priestess who has fallen in love with him and live out what's left of his life there.
Day of the Dove
7. Day of the Dove
November 1, 1968
The Enterprise is investigating the distress call of the Earth colony Beta 12A. When they arrive, they find that all 100 men, women, and children are nowhere to be found. Kirk's suspicion of Klingon foul play is confirmed when a Klingon Battlecruiser approaches and accuses the Enterprise of the murder of 400 of their crewman. Kirk is forced to act fast as the Klingons get the early upper hand.
Spectre of the Gun
6. Spectre of the Gun
October 25, 1968
The Enterprise comes across a space probe as they go to establish contact with the reclusive Melkotians. The probe warns the Enterprise to immediately leave Melkot space. Kirk tries to contact the Melkotians, but there is no response and they continue with their orders. When they reach Melkot, Kirk takes down a landing party and they face death penalties for not heeding the Melkotian's earlier warning. The telepathic Melkotians draw on Kirk's memories for the manner of their execution... and come up with the Showdown at the O.K. Corral.
Is There in Truth No Beauty?
5. Is There in Truth No Beauty?
October 18, 1968
The Enterprise transports a Medusan ambassador back to his home planet along with two passengers. The Medusans are a race of aliens so vile and ugly that humans who see them go insane. One of the passengers takes over the Enterprise after they look at the Medusan while attempting to kill him.
And the Children Shall Lead
4. And the Children Shall Lead
October 11, 1968
The Enterprise is responding to a distress call of the Triacus Science Colony. When they arrive, they find that all but one of the adults have committed suicide. The lone surviver dies shortly thereafter in Kirk's arms. The children seem to be fine and of good health, and are transported to the Enterprise to be taken to the nearest starbase. Once aboard, they begin to act oddly and start to refuse to answer any of Kirk's questions.
The Paradise Syndrome
3. The Paradise Syndrome
October 4, 1968
The Enterprise is sent to deflect the path of an asteroid that is on a collision course with a Class-M planet. They reach there with enough time to go down to the planet's surface and explore it. Kirk, Spock, and McCoy beam down and find the planet is much like Earth. It is even populated by groups of people similar to Native Americans. Kirk goes missing and the Enterprise is forced to leave him behind and divert the asteroid's path without him.
The Enterprise Incident
2. The Enterprise Incident
September 27, 1968
Kirk has been acting irrational lately from the stress of command and orders the Enterprise into the Neutral Zone. Once there, they are quickly surrounded by three Romulan Warbirds and ordered to surrender. Kirk and Spock beam aboard one of the Romulan ships for interrogation. While being questioned, Spock contradicts Kirk's story and is asked by the attractive female Romulan Commander to join their side and take command of the Enterprise for the Romulans.
Spock's Brain
1. Spock's Brain
September 20, 1968
A woman from a strange alien ship transports to the Enterprise. She stuns everyone on the bridge with a device on her forearm and takes an interest in Spock. When Kirk and McCoy wake up, they discover that that the woman has taken Spock's brain! They rig up something to control his body but even a Vulcan can only survive a limited time without a brain, so they must track down the woman's ship and recover the missing organ.
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Star Trek was a television series back in the 1960's, which ran for 3 years. It was a science fiction series with a cast including William Shatner, who starred at Captain James T. Kirk. The cast also included Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock. He was the only officer who was not from the Planet Earth. Then they had DeForest Kelley as Doctor McCoy. His nickname was 'Bones'. Next came James Doohan who was chief engineer Montgomery Scott. In addition there was Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Uhura, the communications officer, George Takei as Lt. Sulu, the helmsman, and Walter Konig as Chekov.

All the aforementioned cast appeared as the crew of the United Star Ship Enterprise. They were all officers in Star Fleet Command, the military protectors of Earth and numerous other planets. The series followed their adventures, as they followed the orders of Star Fleet Headquarters. It became known, through the many episodes, that all officers had to go through Star Fleet Academy for several years, before they were qualified for duty.

Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock and Dr. McCoy were shown to be very close friends, as well as military representatives of Star Fleet. There was always some kind of friendly friction between Dr. McCoy and Mr. Spock, due to Mr. Spock's steadfast dedication to logic. His seeming lack of emotions were a major help and hindrance to every episode.

The series was broadcast for three years, ending original showing in 1969. It is the only series in television history, to go into syndication until the present day. It also spawned many motion pictures, which were more popular than the original series. The original series did receive good ratings at first, but they did not keep up.

The original star of the series was going to be Jeffrey Hunter starring as Capt. Pike, but NBC failed to approve the pilot episode. The series had been cancelled after its first season. However, there was a very strong fan base, and a nationwide letter writing campaign convinced NBC to resurrect the series.

Star Trek is a series that is currently running and has 7 seasons (185 episodes). The series first aired on September 8, 1966.

Where to Watch Star Trek

Star Trek is available for streaming on the NBC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Star Trek on demand at Apple TV+, Paramount+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Hulu and Google Play.

  • Premiere Date
    September 8, 1966
  • IMDB Rating
    8.3  (77,023)