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We have a metric ton of Star Trek coverage here at Doux Reviews. Here's a rundown of what TV shows and movies exist, and links to what Doux has covered.

Programming note: Our Star Trek coverage is substantial but incomplete. If you'd like to help us complete our unreviewed Star Trek content, apply here!

TV Series

1. Star Trek (1966-1969) Reviews completed.

2. Star Trek: The Animated Series (1973-1975) Reviews completed.

3. Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994) Reviews completed.

Next Gen cast

4. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993-1999) Reviews completed.

DS9 cast

5. Star Trek: Voyager (1995-2001) Reviews on hiatus.

Voyager cast

6. Star Trek: Enterprise (2001-2005) Reviews on hiatus.

Enterprise cast

7. Star Trek: Discovery (2017-2024): Reviews nearly complete.

Discovery cast

8. Star Trek Short Treks (2018-2020) Short films mostly associated with Star Trek: Discovery. Reviews completed.

9. Star Trek: Picard (2020-2023) Reviews completed.

10. Star Trek: Lower Decks (2020-2024) An animated series. We've reviewed/discussed a few episodes in the first season.

11. Star Trek: Prodigy (2021-2024) An animated series for kids. We reviewed the pilot episode.

12. Star Trek: Strange New Worlds (2022- ) Currently being reviewed by me, Billie Doux.

Movies

1. Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan set the bar high

2. Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982)

3. Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984)

4. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986)

5. Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989)

6. Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)

7. Star Trek: Generations (1994)

The captains meet in Star Trek: Generations.

8. Star Trek: First Contact (1996)

Patrick Stewart and Brent Spiner in First Contact

9. Star Trek: Insurrection (1998)

10. Star Trek: Nemesis (2002) (not yet reviewed)

11. Star Trek (2009)

Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine

12. Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)

13. Star Trek Beyond (2016)

14. What We Left Behind (documentary: 2019)

...and there are other movies to come. I think.

So here we are. There's a lot of Trek, isn't there? I haven't even attempted to address the book situation. There are so many Star Trek novels (here's a link to the Wikipedia page) that it's absolutely insane. None are considered canon.

Comments welcome. I'm aware that this listing is relatively brief and to the point.
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Billie Doux loves good television and spends way too much time writing about it.

8 comments:

  1. Since the fourth Kelvin timeline film is on here, you may want to add the Quentin Tarantino Trek film currently in development.

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  2. Phew that's a lot of Star Trek. Fun fact: my mom went to school with one of Gene Roddenberry's kids. That's literally all I have to contribute to this discussion, having only seen a few episodes of Next Gen.

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  3. Done, CoramDeo -- thanks.

    Sunbunny, yeah. There's a lot. This piece came about because I wanted to create a list that I could add as a related link to all of the different Trek series, like our MCU list. But when I was putting it together, it kind of got long. :)

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  4. Speaking of forgetting about Star Trek V, the novel 'The Autobiography of James T. Kirk' actually tried to write it out of canon. They used the law of parallel planetary development that made an alien Roman Empire show up in 'Bread and Circuses', and said that Star Trek V was a movie made on a planet that developed similarly. Kirk, Spock, and McCoy visited the planet and watched the movie. Like everyone else, of course, they hated it.

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  5. An amazing assembly of StarTrek variations. And an excellent checklist for some I've never got round to.

    But there's one that deserves to be added, and to be reviewed. Technically The Orville isn't StarTrek, but it's so much founded on StarTrek, especially The Next Generation, and so very much in tune with the Star Trek ethos of that period in a way that isn't true of much of the later variations that it merits a place here.

    Gerontius

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  6. Gerontius, thank you for the suggestion. I know a lot of people love The Orville. I'm not sure why I don't, but it's always rubbed me the wrong way.

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  7. It's popular to rag on Gene Roddenberry, and there's no doubt he was imperfect (Nomad would not have approved), but here's a little story that shows what kind of individual comes up with an idea like Star Trek.

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