Star Trek
48 EPISODES • 1988
Season 0 of Star Trek was released on October 15 and consists of 48 episodes.

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1: The Cage (Original Pilot)
Oct 15, 1988
"The Cage" is the first pilot episode of the Star Trek: The Original Series science fiction series. It was completed in early 1965, but not broadcast on television in its complete form until late 1988. The episode was written by Gene Roddenberry and directed by Robert Butler. It was rejected by NBC in February 1965, and the network ordered another pilot episode, which became "Where No Man Has Gone Before". Much original footage from "The Cage" was later incorporated into the first season two-parter, "The Menagerie".
2: The Cage (Extended Version)
Oct 15, 1965
Stardate not given: The United Space Ship Enterprise (NCC-1701), commanded by Captain Christopher Pike, discovers an old-style radio distress signal from the Talos star group. Upon investigation, the landing party discovers survivors of an expedition. . .
3: Star Trek's 25th Anniversary Special
Nov 28, 1991
A tribute to Star Trek on its 25th anniversary. This film tells the story of how the series (original and Next Generation) and the first six movies came about. Includes plenty of behind-the-scenes looks, clips from the series and movies, bloopers, and interviews with creator Gene Roddenberry, cast members, and NASA officials. For millions of sci-fi fans, the future began on September 8, 1966 -- the date when Star Trek first aired! Hosts William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy join orignal cast members and Next Generation performers in this 25th anniversary tribute crammed with insider info that Star Trek aficionados (and who isn't one?) would gladly travel to the end of the universe to discover. Highlights include insightful commentary from Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, memorable moments from the films and two TV series, bloopers, behind-the-scenes footage from Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, a gallery of those new life forms the Enterprise crew is commissioned to seek out, a training spin on simulators at the U.S. Space Camp and much more. Beam aboard!
4: Star Trek: A Captain's Log
Nov 30, 1994
Cast members of the television and movie series "Star Trek" reminisce about the making of the series and the films, and give their opinions on why the series has been so successful. Star Trek: A Captain's Log was originally aired on television and was edited into William Shatner's Star Trek Memories for video. Both titles are made of the same footage and are virtually the same.
5: Star Trek: 30 Years and Beyond
Jan 1, 1996
For thirty years, Star Trek crews have boldy ventured where none have gone before--and now it's time to celebrate! Join host Ted Danson and the largest gathering of Star Trek members ever for an anniversary salute to Gene Roddenberry's visionary series. Highlights include special appearances by Joan Collins, John Larroquette, Ben Stiller, cast members from Frasier, and a musical tribute by Kenny G. Through stirring film clips and moving personal tributes, you'll relive Star Trek's most unforgettable moments with the people who created them.
6: Where No Man Has Gone Before (Rare and Unaired Alternate Version)
Sep 22, 1966
Presented in three parts with 1960s-style act breaks, the alternative pilot offers an entirely different version of Captain James T. Kirk’s opening monologue, music that contrasts from the famous opening theme and an extended action sequence. This version of "Where No Man Has Gone Before" was completed in 1965 and features archived footage that was not included in the pilot episode ultimately broadcasted.
7: "To Boldly Go..." Season One
Jan 2, 2004
8: Kiss 'n' Tell - Romance In The 23rd Century
Jan 2, 2004
9: Life Beyond Trek - William Shatner
Jan 2, 2011
This Documentary Short let us take a look at the life of William Shatner after his life with Star Trek and acting the part of James T. Kirk.
10: Reflections on Spock
Jan 2, 2004
11: Sci-Fi Visionaries
Jan 2, 2004
12: Spacelift: Transporting Trek Into the 21st Century
Jan 2, 2011
Spacelift Transporting Trek Into The 21st Century, shows you how they Remastered The Special Effects from Star Trek Classic to CGI, the re recording of the theme music and the look of the Enterprise.
13: The Birth Of A Timeless Legacy
Jan 2, 2004
14: Trekker Connections
Jan 4, 2004
15: Billy Blackburn's Treasure Chest: Rare Home Movies & Special Memories - Part 1
Jan 9, 2004
A collection of behind-the-scenes footage captured by Billy Blackburn
16: Star Trek - Beyond The Final Frontier
Jan 11, 2004
17: Billy Blackburn's Treasure Chest - Rare Home Movies & Special Memories - Part 2
Nov 2, 2004
18: 'To Boldly Go...' Season Two
Nov 2, 2004
19: Designing The Final Frontier
Nov 2, 2004
20: Writer's Notebook - D. C. Fontana
Nov 4, 2004
21: Star Trek's Favorite Moments
Nov 2, 2004
22: Trials and Tribble-ations - An Historic Endeavor
Nov 2, 2004
23: Trials and Tribble-ations - Uniting Two Legends
Nov 2, 2004
24: More Tribbles, More Troubles Star Trek The Animated Series Episode 1
Nov 2, 2004
25: Trials and Tribble-ations - Star Trek Deep Space Nine Episode 503
Nov 2, 2004
26: Kirk, Spock & Bones - Star Trek's Great Trio
Nov 2, 2004
27: Life Beyond Trek - Leonard Nimoy
Nov 2, 2004
28: Star Trek's Divine Diva - Nichelle Nichols
Nov 2, 2004
29: Billy Blackburn's Treasure Chest - Rare Home Movies & Special Memories - Part 3
Nov 5, 2004
30: 'To Boldly Go...' Season Three
Nov 7, 2004
A retrospective piece featuring the primary cast that looks back at the highlights of season three, from the rough and uncertain future of a potential third season to some of the highlight episodes and moments from the season.
31: A Star Trek Collector's Dream Come True
Nov 9, 2004
32: Life Beyond Trek - Walter Koenig
Nov 12, 2004
A piece featuring the actor who portrayed "Chekov" intelligently and engagingly recounting how he came to be a part of "Star Trek," what the show did for his life and career (including his work on Moontrap and "Babylon 5"), and his passion for collecting memorabilia.
33: Chief Engineer's Log
Nov 14, 2004
The late James Doohan, in a piece recorded in 2003, briefly recalling his career, participation on D-Day, his extensive work on "Star Trek," his favorite episodes, his character's influence on fans, and more.
34: Memoir From Mr. Sulu
Nov 16, 2004
An interview with George Takei, recorded in 2004, containing the actor discussing how "Star Trek" has influenced his life, the history of Japanese-Americans, and more.
35: Star Trek's Impact
Nov 19, 2004
36: Collectible Trek
Nov 21, 2004
37: Captain's Log Bob Justman
Nov 23, 2004
A collection of "Star Trek" actors and crew members recalling the crucial contributions of the longtime series producer, intercut with interview clips with Justman himself.
38: Star Trek: The Original Series on Blu-Ray
Jan 1, 2009
39: David Gerrold Hosts "2009 Convention Coverage"
Jul 4, 2012
The famed "Star Trek" writer in attendance at a convention, interviewing major and minor cast members (including Chase Masterson, Robert Picardo, Nichelle Nichols, and Nana Visitor) and fans, looking through memorabilia, and more.
40: "The Anthropology of Star Trek" Comic-Con Panel 2009
Jul 4, 2012
Anthropology Professor Daryl G. Frazetti from Lake Tahoe Community College speaking on how "Star Trek" impacts and reflects on society.
41: "The World of Rod Roddenberry" Comic-Con 2009
Jul 4, 2012
42: Star Trek Day 2020: The Original Series Panel
Sep 8, 2020
43: Inside the Roddenberry Vault (Part 1)
Dec 13, 2016
The first part of a three-part "Making-of" documentary, featuring various Star Trek commentators including production staffers of the show itself, old and new, looking in detail at the recovered footage and their places in the respective episodes.
44: Inside the Roddenberry Vault (Part 2)
Dec 13, 2016
The second part of a three-part "Making-of" documentary, featuring various Star Trek commentators including production staffers of the show itself, old and new, looking in detail at the recovered footage and their places in the respective episodes.
45: Inside the Roddenberry Vault (Part 3)
Dec 13, 2016
The third part of a three-part "Making-of" documentary, featuring various Star Trek commentators including production staffers of the show itself, old and new, looking in detail at the recovered footage and their places in the respective episodes.
46: Star Trek: Revisiting a Classic
Dec 13, 2016
A look back at the origins of the series, including on-set footage
47: Strange New Worlds: Visualizing the Fantastic
Dec 13, 2016
Focusing on the special effects of the series, and including original film elements
48: Swept Up: Snippets from the Cutting Room Floor
Dec 14, 2016
A selection of additional footage.
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