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  • 1966
  • 7 Seasons
  • 8.3  (75,206)

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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The Next Generation: All Good Things
25. The Next Generation: All Good Things
May 22, 1994
Picard finds himself travelling between the past, present, and future while attempting to prevent the destruction of humanity... by his own actions.
Deep Space Nine: The Dogs of War
24. Deep Space Nine: The Dogs of War
May 25, 1999
With the Cardassian Resistance crushed, the Federation war against the Dominion reaches the prelude to one final showdown.
Voyager: Renaissance Man
23. Voyager: Renaissance Man
May 15, 2001
Janeway is held hostage by aliens who force the Doctor to help them steal Voyager's warp core.
The Next Generation: Bloodlines
22. The Next Generation: Bloodlines
May 1, 1994
Picard learns that he has a son, and that the young man has been targeted for murder by an old enemy in search of revenge.
The Next Generation: Firstborn
21. The Next Generation: Firstborn
April 24, 1994
A mysterious family friend arrives to help transform Worf's reluctant son Alexander into a warrior.
The Next Generation: Journey's End
20. The Next Generation: Journey's End
March 27, 1994
Picard is forced to relocate American Indians from a planet they have settled, while a colonist causes Wesley to re-examine his future.
The Next Generation: Genesis
19. The Next Generation: Genesis
March 20, 1994
Picard and Data return to the Enterprise to discover that the entire crew has de-evolved into prehistoric beings.
Voyager: Q2
18. Voyager: Q2
April 10, 2001
Q's unruly and omnipotent son wreaks interstellar havoc when he is left in Janeway's care.
The Next Generation: Masks
17. The Next Generation: Masks
February 20, 1994
While an alien archive transforms the Enterprise into its ancient society, Data is taken over by several different personalities from the extinct civilization.
Deep Space Nine: Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges
16. Deep Space Nine: Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges
March 2, 1999
Bashir becomes an unwitting pawn in a deadly game between Romulan intelligence forces and a covert Starfleet organization.
The Next Generation: Lower Decks
15. The Next Generation: Lower Decks
February 6, 1994
While enduring the Enterprise's promotion evaluation process, four junior officers find themselves involved in a top-secret mission.
Deep Space Nine: Chimera
14. Deep Space Nine: Chimera
February 16, 1999
A nomadic Changeling asks Odo to leave the space station and join his search for their shapeshifting brethren.
The Next Generation: Homeward
13. The Next Generation: Homeward
January 16, 1994
Worf's foster brother violates the Prime Directive in an effort to save a doomed alien race.
Deep Space Nine: The Emperor's  New Cloak
12. Deep Space Nine: The Emperor's New Cloak
February 2, 1999
Quark and Rom risk their lives by crossing into an evil alternate universe to rescue the captive leader of Quark's homeworld.
Deep Space Nine: Prodigal Daughter
11. Deep Space Nine: Prodigal Daughter
January 5, 1999
When Ezri returns home to investigate O'Brien's disappearance, she uncovers disturbing family secrets.
Voyager: Shattered
10. Voyager: Shattered
January 16, 2001
Voyager encounters an energy field which leaves each section - and its crew - existing in a different time period.
The Next Generation: Force of Nature
9. The Next Generation: Force of Nature
November 14, 1993
An alien brother and sister resort to desperate measures to prove their theory that warp drive is destroying the universe.
Voyager: Nightingale
8. Voyager: Nightingale
November 21, 2000
With Voyager under repair, Harry seizes a chance to prove himself as a commander, but finds that being a starship captain is more than he bargained for.
The Next Generation: Dark Page
7. The Next Generation: Dark Page
October 31, 1993
Troi must probe her mother's psyche when a traumatic secret causes a psychic breakdown that threatens Lwaxana's life.
Voyager: Inside Man
6. Voyager: Inside Man
November 7, 2000
Starfleet Lt. Barclay's hologram convinces Janeway to pursue a dangerous, untested plan to bring Voyager home.
The Next Generation: Gambit, Part 2
5. The Next Generation: Gambit, Part 2
October 17, 1993
Picard and Riker masquerade as mercenaries in order to retrieve a potentially lethal Vulcan artifact.
Voyager: Repression
4. Voyager: Repression
October 24, 2000
Tuvok's investigation of a series of mysterious attacks aboard Voyager leads him to a most unlikely suspect: himself.
The Next Generation: Interface
3. The Next Generation: Interface
October 3, 1993
Geordi defies Picard's commands and risks his life in what appears to be a futile attempt to rescue his missing mother.
The Next Generation: Liaisons
2. The Next Generation: Liaisons
September 26, 1993
While the crew plays host to ambassadors from an alien race, Picard is stranded on a barren planet with a woman who falls desperately in love with him.
The Next Generation: Descent, Part 2
1. The Next Generation: Descent, Part 2
September 19, 1993
Picard, Troi, and Geordi are held prisoner by Data, who has left the Enterprise to join his evil brother Lore as leaders of the Borg.
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The Cage
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Description

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, Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu and Google Play.

  • Premiere Date
    September 8, 1966
  • IMDB Rating
    8.3  (75,206)