Thirty-two years ago, the best episode from season two of Star Trek The Next Generation and without a doubt a top five episode of the entire series aired on this date February 13, 1989, “The Measure of a Man”.
The Next Generation
The fourth episode of Star Trek The Next Generation is an episode called “Code of Honor”; where the leader of the Ligonians abducts Tasha Yar. It originally aired on October 12, 1987.
One of the most iconic reoccurring characters on Star Trek has to be the character of Q. Between TNG, DS9 and Voyager he appeared a total of 12 times leaving his mark on the Star Trek universe.
Star Trek: The Next Generation two-hour series finale “All Good Things” aired May 23, 1994 – twenty years ago today.
We sometimes forget while watching our favorite television shows or movies that the actors portraying the characters we love are also real human beings and the cast of the Next Generation show us how much heart they really have.
The Star Trek The Next Generation episode “Skin of Evil,” premiered on April 25, 1988, 26 years ago.
The third season of Star Trek: The Next Generation began airing on September 25, 1989 and concluded on June 18, 1990 after 26 episodes.
The U.S.S Enterprise-D has been assigned to investigate a loss of contact with the U.S.S. Tsiolkovsky, which had been assigned to observe the final days of a dying red giant star.
The U.S.S. Enterprise travels to the Klingon Empire, where Captain Picard is to attend the installation of Gowron, the new Leader of the High Council.
Star Trek: The Next Generation – The Best of Both Worlds one of the best television episodes of all time is coming to Blu-ray.
Star Trek: The Next Generation – Season One has been re-transferred from original film elements to produce stunning high-definition images, including amazing visual effects that have been painstakingly recreated from the source material, that the fans will love.
During its second season Star Trek The Next Generation underwent some changes. Beverly Crusher left for Starfleet Medical and was replaced as Chief Medical Officer by Katherine Pulaski, played by Diana Muldaur.
Star Trek The Next Generation first aired in 1987 and unlike the TOS, I was able to watch it from the start as they originally aired and not in reruns years later.