"Space... The final frontier... These are the voyages of the Starship Enterprise. It's continuing mission: To explore strange new worlds... To seek out new life; new civilisations... To boldly go where no one has gone before!"
Its Star Trek, but not as we know it! STAR TREK THE NEXT GENERATION on DVD and with completely NEW packaging.
• Mission Logs Year One
• The Beginning
• Crew Analysis
• The Making Of A Legend
• Memorable Missions
Returning to our screens is Star Trek the Original Series which promises to take us to new and strange planets and to meet new alien species.
The basis of the series is the same as the original but the Federation has now got years of practice behind it and now has a clear set of directives that it expects all member's to follow. When my husband first watched this (I have seen each episode who knows how many times) he was nearly put off by the acting, it isn't that great to be honest but it does improve as the show goes on, some parts just always remain irritating (like Deanna always stating the obvious, but it makes for a good drinking game ).
Our very first episode the Enterprise is on it's first full mission, not yet with a full crew on it, it being sent to Farpoint station. We then meet Q (an omnipotent being who comes back now and again) and the crew must prove their worth in the galaxy or the human race will be erased. The great thing about the season is that for each episode there is generally two stories intertwined, one involving everyone and then one focusing on a main character, changing each week, so making it an even show.
The first season took off on steady footing and it's only going to get better.
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