Star Trek: The Original Series Star Trek: The Animated Series Star Trek: The Next Generation Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Star Trek: Voyager Star Trek: Enterprise Star Trek: Bridge Commander (TV Series)
7 Star Trek The Original Series Star Trek The Animated Series Star Trek The Next Generation Star Trek Deep Space Nine Star Trek Voyager Star Trek Enterprise Star Trek Bridge Commander (TV Series)
That is a fairly subjective question so difficult to give a definitive answer, but the Original Series and the Next Generation are normally considered the best.Star Trek: Voyager in my opinion is the best. I have seen all of the series and Voyager is the best in my opinion. The crew has very good personalitys and the Doctor is AWESOME!Enterprise is my favouriteEnterpriseStar Trek: VoyagerStar Trek: The Next GenerationStar Trek: Deep Space NineStar Trek: The original seriesStar Trek: The Animated Series
There are a number of Star Trek series that have been released and a varying number of DVD's for each series that has been released. The initial series is "Star Trek - The Complete Original Series", followed by "Star Trek - The Next Generation", "Star Trek - Deep Space Nine", "Star Trek - Voyager" and "Star Trek - Enterprise. It is unclear exactly how many DVD"S are included in each series, although upon availability Amazon offers a collection of all series at a price of $2499.99.
Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994) Correction!: Star Trek: The Animated Series (1973-1975)
Depends on which Star Trek series you're talking about. But here's the full list. Star Trek: The Original Series (1966-1969) Star Trek: The Animated Series (1973-1974) Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994) Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993-1999) Star Trek: Voyager (1995-2001) Star Trek: Enterprise (2001-2005)
Star Trek: Voyager.
Star Trek TOS (the original series) : James T. KirkStar Trek TNG (The Next Generation) : Jean-Luc PicardStar Trek VOY (Voyager, not Enterprise) : Kathryn JanewayStar Trek ENT (series Enterprise) : Jonathan Archer---Star Trek captains on all 5 live-action TV series :James T Kirk - Star Trek (the original series 1966-1969)Jean-Luc Picard - Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994)Benjamin Sisko - Star Trek: Deep Space 9 (1993-1999)Kathryn Janeway - Star Trek: Voyager (1995-2001)Jonathan Archer - Star Trek: Enterprise (nee Enterprise 2001-2005)
The Latest Series of Star Trek is called Star Trek: Enterprise. It came out in September of 2003 and ended in May of 2005. it is important to note that Star Trek: Enterprise is a rebranding of the previous series Enterprise (2001-2003) In May of 2009 the latest Star Trek movie was released.
Because Every series has to end eventually that's just like you saying why did they end Star Trek Voyager, Star Trek Deep Space Nine, Star Trek The Next Generation, Star Trek the Origianl Series. Did you ever think of that
'Star Trek: The Original Series' has 79 episodes.
Star Trek: The animated Series (1973) Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993) Star Trek: Voyager (1995) Star Trek: Enterprise (2001)
It depends on which iteration of Star Trek you're referring to. Star Trek (the Original Series) went for 3 seasons, Star Trek: The Next Generation for 7, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine for 7, Star Trek: Voyager for 7, and Star Trek: Enterprise for 4.
The Star Trek Movie from 2009 was pretty good, but personally I prefer Star Trek: The Original Series and the movies that were made to go along with the original series.
If you mean "Trek History" (not real life) the "Star Trek Enterprise" series gave its first stardate as 2151 and "Star Trek (The Original Series) gave its stardate as 2265 - so about 100 years. (Timelines from Trek Encyclopedia). In real history, Star Trek (TOS) ran from 1966 - 1969 and Star Trek Enterprise ran from 2001 - 2005.
Star trek the original series first aired on TV in 1966.
Star Trek: The Next Generation
No Gina Lollobrigida has not appeared in Star Trek.
You need to be more specific. Which lieutenant on which Star Trek series.
Star Trek: The Next Generation
If you are referring to stargates from the series and film Stargate, no, not of that nature. That series did reference Star Trek often during its run. Star Trek itself has had episodes involving a variation of a stargate, for example the portal in the Star Trek: The Original Series episode The City on the Edge of Forever.
The Star Trek insignia pins used throughout all of the series and sub-series look like arrow heads pointing north. In some series, there is a gold oval beneath the arrowhead.
Refer to the related link below for a list of Star Trek: The Original Series episodes .
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The first series of Star Trek was the Original series often shortned to TOS airing back in September 1966.