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Star Trek is an American based on the created by. The first television series, simply called Star Trek and now referred to as "", debuted in 1966 and aired for three seasons on the television network. It followed the interstellar adventures of () and his crew aboard the, a space exploration vessel, built by the in the twenty-third century. The of the franchise includes The Original Series, an animated series, five spin-off television series, the, and further adaptations in several media.

In creating Star Trek, Roddenberry was inspired by the novels, the satirical book, and by works of such as the television series. These adventures continued in the 22-episode and six feature films. Four spin-off television series were eventually produced: followed the crew of a new starship Enterprise set a century after the original series; and set contemporaneously with The Next Generation; and set before the original series in the early days of human interstellar travel. The most recent Star Trek TV series, entitled, premiered on and later made available exclusively on the digital platform. The adventures of The Next Generation crew continued in four additional feature films. In 2009, the film franchise underwent a "reboot" set in an, or "Kelvin Timeline," entitled simply . This film featured a new cast portraying younger versions of the crew from the original show; their adventures were continued in the sequel film, (2013). The thirteenth film feature and sequel, (2016), was released to coincide with the franchise's 50th anniversary.

Star Trek has been a for decades. Fans of the franchise are called or Trekkers. The franchise spans a wide range of including, figurines,, toys, and. Star Trek had a in that opened in 1998 and closed in September 2008. At least two museum exhibits of props travel the world. The series has its own full-fledged,. Several parodies have been made of Star Trek. In addition, viewers have produced several. As of July 2016, the franchise had generated  billion in revenue, making Star Trek one of the.

Star Trek is noted for beyond works of science fiction. The franchise is also noted for its progressive civil rights stances.The Original Series included one of television's first multiracial casts. Star Trek references may be found throughout popular culture from movies such as the submarine thriller to the animated series.

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Background

Conception and setting

The Starfleet emblem as seen in the franchise

As early as 1964, drafted a proposal for the science-fiction series that would become Star Trek. Although he publicly marketed it as a —a so-called " to the Stars"—he privately told friends that he was modeling it on 's, intending each episode to act on two levels: as a suspenseful adventure story and as a.

Most Star Trek stories depict the adventures of humans and aliens who serve in, the space-borne humanitarian and peacekeeping armada of the. The protagonists have values, and must apply these ideals to difficult dilemmas.

Many of the conflicts and political dimensions of Star Trek represent of contemporary cultural realities. Star Trek: The Original Series addressed issues of the 1960s, just as later spin-offs have reflected issues of their respective decades. Issues depicted in the various series include war and peace, the value of personal loyalty,,, class warfare, economics, racism, religion, human rights,, feminism, and the role of technology. Roddenberry stated: "[By creating] a new world with new rules, I could make statements about sex, religion,, politics, and intercontinental missiles. Indeed, we did make them on Star Trek: we were sending messages and fortunately they all got by the network." "If you talked about purple people on a far off planet, they (the TV network) never really caught on. They were more concerned about cleavage. They actually would send a censor down to the set to measure a woman's cleavage to make sure too much of her breast wasn't showing"

Roddenberry intended the show to have a progressive political agenda reflective of the emerging counter-culture of the youth movement, though he was not fully forthcoming to the networks about this. He wanted Star Trek to show what humanity might develop into, if it would learn from the lessons of the past, most specifically by ending violence. An extreme example is the alien species, the Vulcans, who had a violent past but learned to control their emotions. Roddenberry also gave Star Trek an anti-war message and depicted the United Federation of Planets as an ideal, optimistic version of the United Nations. His efforts were opposed by the network because of concerns over marketability, e.g., they opposed Roddenberry's insistence that Enterprise have a racially diverse crew.

Mythology

The central trio of,, and from Star Trek: The Original Series was modeled on storytelling.

said:

There is a mythological component [to pop culture], especially with science fiction. It's people looking for answers – and science fiction offers to explain the inexplicable, the same as religion tends to do... If we accept the premise that it has a mythological element, then all the stuff about going out into space and meeting new life – trying to explain it and put a human element to it – it's a hopeful vision. All these things offer hope and imaginative solutions for the future.

Richard Lutz wrote:

The enduring popularity of Star Trek is due to the underlying which binds fans together by virtue of their shared love of stories involving exploration, discovery, adventure and friendship that promote an egalitarian and peace loving society where technology and diversity are valued rather than feared and citizens work together for the greater good. Thus Star Trek offers a hopeful vision of the future and a template for our lives and our society that we can aspire to.

History and production


Beginnings

Commander Spock and Captain James T. Kirk, played by and, pictured here in The Original Series.

In early 1964, Roddenberry presented a brief treatment for a proposed Star Trek TV series to comparing it to, "a Wagon Train to the stars." Desilu worked with Roddenberry to develop the treatment into a, which was then pitched to NBC.

paid to make a pilot, "", starring as Enterprise. NBC rejected The Cage, but the executives were still impressed with the concept, and made the unusual decision to commission a second pilot: "".

The first regular episode ("") of aired on Thursday, September 8, 1966 in the US.

While the show initially enjoyed high ratings, the average rating of the show at the end of its first season dropped to 52nd out of 94 programs. Unhappy with the show's ratings, NBC threatened to cancel the show during its second season. The show's, led by, conducted an unprecedented letter-writing campaign, petitioning the network to keep the show on the air. NBC renewed the show, but moved it from primetime to the "", and substantially reduced its budget. In protest Roddenberry resigned as producer and reduced his direct involvement in Star Trek, which led to becoming producer for the show's third and final season. Despite another letter-writing campaign, NBC cancelled the series after three seasons and 79 episodes.

Rebirth

After the original series was cancelled, Paramount Studios, which had bought the series from Desilu, licensed the rights to help recoup the production losses. Reruns began in the fall of 1969 and by the late 1970s the series aired in over 150 domestic and 60 international markets. This helped Star Trek develop a greater than its popularity during its original run.

One sign of the series' growing popularity was the first which occurred on January 21–23, 1972 in New York City. Although the original estimate of attendees was only a few hundred, several thousand fans turned up. Star Trek fans continue to attend similar conventions worldwide.

The series' newfound success led to the idea of reviving the franchise. with produced the first post original series show,. It ran on NBC for 22 half-hour episodes over two seasons on Saturday mornings from 1973 to 1974. Although short-lived, typical for animated productions in that time slot during that period, the series garnered the franchise's only "Best Series" as opposed to the franchise's later technical ones. and Roddenberry began developing a new series,, in May 1975 in response to the franchise's newfound popularity. Work on the series ended, however, when the proposed folded.

Following the success of the science fiction movies and, Paramount adapted the planned pilot episode of Phase II into the feature film. The film opened in North America on December 7, 1979, with mixed reviews from critics. The film earned 9 million worldwide, below expectations but enough for Paramount to create a sequel. The studio forced Roddenberry to relinquish creative control of future sequels.

The success of the critically acclaimed sequel,, reversed the fortunes of the franchise. While the sequel grossed less than the first movie, The Wrath of Khan's lower production costs made it net more profit. Paramount produced six Star Trek feature films between 1979 and 1991. In response to the popularity of Star Trek feature films, the franchise returned to television with (TNG) in 1987. Paramount chose to distribute it as a show rather than a network show.

After Roddenberry

Following Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Roddenberry's role was changed from producer to creative consultant with minimal input to the films while being heavily involved with the creation of. Roddenberry died on October 24, 1991, giving executive producer control of the franchise.Star Trek had become known to those within Paramount as "the franchise", because of its great success and recurring role as a for the studio when other projects failed.TNG had the highest ratings of any Star Trek series and became the #1 syndicated show during the last years of its original seven-season run. In response to TNG's success, Paramount released a spin-off series in 1993. While never as popular as TNG, the series had sufficient ratings for it to last seven seasons.

In January 1995, a few months after TNG ended, Paramount released a fourth TV series,. Star Trek saturation reached a peak in the mid-1990s with DS9 and Voyager airing concurrently and three of the four TNG-based feature films released in 1994, 1996, and 1998. By 1998, Star Trek was Paramount's most important property; the enormous profits of "the franchise" funded much of the rest of the studio's operations.:49–50,54Voyager became the flagship show of the new (UPN) and thus the first major network Star Trek series since the original.

After Voyager ended, UPN produced, a prequel TV series to the original show. Enterprise did not enjoy the high ratings of its predecessors and UPN threatened to cancel it after the series' third season. Fans launched a campaign reminiscent of the one that saved the third season of the Original Series. Paramount renewed Enterprise for a fourth season, but moved it to the. Like the Original Series, Enterprise ratings dropped during this time slot, and UPN cancelled Enterprise at the end of its fourth season. Enterprise aired its final episode on May 13, 2005. Fan groups, "Save Enterprise", attempted to save the series and tried to raise million to privately finance a fifth season of Enterprise. Though the effort garnered considerable press, the fan drive failed to save the series. The cancellation of Enterprise ended an eighteen-year continuous production run of Star Trek programming on television. The poor box office performance in 2002 of the film, cast an uncertain light upon the future of the franchise. Paramount relieved Berman, the franchise producer, of control of Star Trek.

Reboot

Paramount turned down several proposals in the mid-2000s to restart the franchise. These included pitches from film director, creator, and Trek actors Jonathan Frakes and William Shatner. The studio also turned down an animated. Instead, Paramount hired a new creative team to reinvigorate the franchise in 2007. Writers and and producer,, had the freedom to reinvent the feel of Trek.

The team created the franchise's eleventh film, entitled simply, releasing it in May 2009. The film featured a new cast portraying the crew of the original show. Star Trek was a prequel of the original series set in an, known as the "Kelvin Timeline". This gave the film and future sequels to it freedom from the need to conform to the franchise's canonical timeline. The eleventh Star Trek film's marketing campaign targeted non-fans, even stating in the film's advertisements that "this is not your father's Star Trek".

The film earned considerable critical and financial success, grossing (in inflation-adjusted dollars) more box office sales than any previous Star Trek film. The plaudits include the franchise's first (for ). The film's major cast members are contracted for two sequels. Paramount's sequel to the 2009 film,, premiered in Sydney, Australia, on April 23, 2013, but the film did not release in the United States until May 17, 2013. While the film was not as successful in the North American box office as its predecessor, internationally, in terms of box office receipts, Into Darkness was the most successful of the franchise. A thirteenth film entitled was released on July 22, 2016.

revived the franchise with the show to help launch and draw subscribers to its streaming service. The premiered in September 24, 2017 and has been renewed for a second season set to premeire January 2019. A second CBS All-Access series is under development featuring Patrick Stewart reprising his role as Jean-Luc Picard.

Television series

Seven television series make up the bulk of the Star Trek mythos: The Original Series, The Animated Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Enterprise, and Discovery. All the different versions in total amount to across the 31 seasons of the TV series.

The Original Series (1966–69)

The Original Series logo, common throughout the franchise played the unflappable Captain James T. Kirk in The Original Series, The Animated Series, and seven films, helping to create the standard for all subsequent fictional Starfleet captains.

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Star Trek: The Original Series or "TOS" debuted in the United States on NBC on September 8, 1966. The show tells the tale of the crew of the and its five-year mission "to boldly go." The original 1966–69 television series featured as Captain, as, as, as, as, as, and as. During the series' original run, it earned several nominations for the and won twice: for the two-parter "" and the -written episode "".

NBC canceled the show after three seasons; the last original episode aired on June 3, 1969. The petition near the end of the second season to save the show signed by many students and its multiple Hugo nominations would, however, indicate that despite low, it was highly popular with science fiction fans and engineering students. The series later became in reruns and found a.

The Animated Series (1973–74)

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Star Trek: The Animated Series, produced by Filmation, ran for two seasons from 1973 to 1974. Most of the original cast performed the voices of their characters from The Original Series, and many of the writers who worked on The Original Series,,, and, wrote for the series. While the animated format allowed the producers to create more exotic alien landscapes and life forms, animation errors and liberal reuse of shots and musical cues have tarnished the series' reputation. Although it was originally sanctioned by Paramount, which owned the Star Trek franchise following its acquisition of in 1967, Gene Roddenberry often spoke of TAS as.Star Trek writers have used elements of the animated series in later live-action series and films, and as of June 2007, TAS has references in the library section of the official Startrek.com web site officially bringing the series into the franchise's main canon.

The Animated Series won Star Trek's first on May 15, 1975.Star Trek: TAS briefly returned to television in the mid-1980s on the children's cable network. Nickelodeon's Evan McGuire greatly admired the show and used its various creative components as inspiration for his short series called Piggly Wiggly Hears a Sound which never aired. Nickelodeon parent would purchase Paramount in 1994. In the early 1990s, the also began rerunning TAS. The complete TAS was also released on format during the 1980s. The complete series was first released in the U.S. on eleven volumes of VHS tapes in 1989. All 22 episodes were released on DVD in 2006.

The Next Generation (1987–94)

The Next Generation logo , who played Captain Jean-Luc Picard in The Next Generation and subsequent films.

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Star Trek: The Next Generation, also known as "TNG", takes place about a century after The Original Series (2364–2370). It features a new starship,, and a new crew led by Captain () and Commander (). Some crewmembers represent new alien races, including, a half- counselor played by. plays, the first officer in Starfleet, alongside as Dr., as chief engineer, the android portrayed by, and Dr. Crusher's son played by. The show premiered on September 28, 1987, and ran for seven seasons, ending on May 23, 1994. It had the highest ratings of any of the Star Trek series and became the #1 syndicated show during the last few years of its original run, allowing it to act as a springboard for ideas in other series. Many relationships and races introduced in TNG became the basis of episodes in Deep Space 9 and Voyager. During its run it earned several awards and nominations—including a nomination for Best Dramatic Series during its final season—two and a for Outstanding Television Programming for the episode "".

Deep Space Nine (1993–99)

The Deep Space Nine logo played Captain Benjamin Sisko in Deep Space Nine, commander of the titular space station and Emissary of the Prophets.

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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, also known as "DS9", takes place during the last years and the immediate post-years of The Next Generation (2369–2375) and aired for seven seasons, debuting the week of January 3, 1993. Like Star Trek: The Next Generation, it aired in syndication in the United States and Canada. Unlike the other Star Trek series, DS9 takes place primarily on a rather than aboard a starship.

The show begins after the brutal occupation of the planet. The liberated Bajoran people ask the United Federation of Planets to help run a Cardassian built space station,, near Bajor. After the Federation takes control of the station, the protagonists of the show discover a uniquely stable that provides immediate access to the distant making Bajor and the station one of the most strategically important locations in the galaxy. The show chronicles the events of the station's crew, led by Commander (later Captain), played by, and Major (later Colonel), played by. Recurring plot elements include the repercussions of the Cardassian occupation of Bajor, Sisko's spiritual role for the as the Emissary of the, and in later seasons a war with the.

Deep Space Nine stands apart from earlier Trek series for its lengthy serialized storytelling, conflict within the crew, and religious themes—all elements that critics and audiences praised but Roddenberry forbade in the original series and The Next Generation. Nevertheless, he was informed before his death of DS9, making this the last Star Trek series connected to Gene Roddenberry.

Voyager (1995–2001)

Voyager logo , who played Captain Kathryn Janeway, the lead character in Voyager, and the first female commanding officer in a leading role of a Star Trek series.

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Star Trek: Voyager ran for seven seasons, airing from January 16, 1995, to May 23, 2001, launching a new Paramount-owned television network, UPN. It features as Captain, the first female commanding officer in a leading role of a Star Trek series, and Commander, played by.

Voyager takes place at about the same time period as Deep Space Nine and the years following that show's end (2371–2378). The premiere episode has the and its crew pursue a (Federation rebels) ship. Both ships become stranded in the about 70,000 from Earth. Faced with a 75-year voyage to Earth, the crew must learn to work together to overcome challenges on their long and perilous journey home while also seeking ways to shorten the voyage. Like Deep Space Nine, early seasons of Voyager feature more conflict between its crewmembers than seen in later episodes. Such conflict often arises from friction between "by-the-book" Starfleet crew and rebellious Maquis fugitives forced by circumstance to work together on Voyager. Eventually, though, they settle their differences, after which the overall tone becomes more reminiscent of The Original Series. The starship Voyager, isolated from its home, faces new cultures and dilemmas not possible in shows based in the Alpha Quadrant. Later seasons, however, brought an influx of characters and cultures from prior shows, the,, the,,, and cast members of The Next Generation.

Enterprise (2001–05)

Enterprise logo. The show originally did not include "Star Trek" in its name and logo, adding it later on in the show's run. Science fiction veteran played Captain Jonathan Archer, the lead character in Enterprise, a prequel to the original show.

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Star Trek: Enterprise, originally entitled Enterprise, is a prequel to the original Star Trek series. It aired from September 26, 2001 to May 13, 2005.Enterprise takes place in the 2150s, some 90 years after the events of 's first warp flight and about a decade before the founding of the Federation. The show centers on the voyages of Earth's first warp 5 capable starship,, commanded by Captain (played by ), and the Vulcan Sub-Commander (played by ).

During the show's first two seasons, Enterprise featured self-contained episodes, like The Original Series, The Next Generation and Voyager. The third season consisted of one arc, "", which had a darker tone and serialized nature similar to that of Deep Space 9. Season 4 consisted of several mini-arcs composed of two to three episodes. The final season showed the origins of elements seen in earlier series, and it rectified and resolved some core continuity problems between the various Star Trek series. Ratings for Enterprise started strong but declined rapidly. Although critics received the fourth season well, both fans and the cast reviled the series, partly because of the episode's focus on the guest appearance of members of The Next Generation cast. The cancellation of Enterprise ended an 18-year run of back-to-back new Star Trek shows beginning with The Next Generation in 1987.

Discovery (2017–present)

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Star Trek: Discovery is a direct prequel to, set roughly ten years beforehand. It premiered September 24, 2017 in the United States and Canada on CBS before moving to, while Netflix streams the show outside the United States and is also providing most of the show's funding.

The show centers on the voyages of the Discovery, commanded by Captain Gabriel Lorca (played by ), and Lieutenant Commander (played by ), with Burnham being the lead character of the series. This marks the first Star Trek series to feature a First Officer as the lead character. The show features the T'Kuvma attempting to unite the 24 great Klingon houses, leading to a war between his race and the that involves the crew of the Discovery.

Untitled Jean-Luc Picard series

An untitled series was announced on August 4, 2018 which will see reprise his role as from. The series, which is being developed for, will be set twenty years after the events of.

Feature films

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Paramount Pictures has produced thirteen Star Trek feature films, the most recent being released in July 2016. The first six films continue the adventures of the cast of The Original Series; the seventh film, Generations was designed as a transition from that cast to The Next Generation television series; the next three films, 8–10, focused completely on the Next Generation cast. Starting with the eleventh film, the movies take place in an alternate timeline with a new cast playing the original series characters. Leonard Nimoy portrays an elderly Spock in these films, providing a physical link to the original timeline. This alternate timeline has been named by CBS, for the computer game Star Trek Online, the Kelvin Timeline.

Title U.S. release date Director The Original Series December 7, 1979 June 4, 1982 June 1, 1984 November 26, 1986 June 9, 1989 December 6, 1991 Nicholas Meyer The Next Generation November 18, 1994 November 22, 1996 December 11, 1998 December 13, 2002 "Reboot" May 8, 2009 May 16, 2013 July 22, 2016 Untitled Star Trek film TBA Untitled Star Trek film TBA

Cast (series only)

For cast of the film franchise, see.

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  2. ^ Appears in "" via archive footage
  3. ^ Appears in "" via archive sound
  4. Appears in "" and in "" via archive footage
  5. Appears in ""
  6. Appears in Season 2
  7. Main cast member in "" only
  8. Appears in Season 2
  9. DeForest Kelley was billed as a co-star for the first season of the original series.
  10. Walter Koenig became a co-star in season two of the original series.
  11. Denise Crosby left The Next Generation in "", but made guest appearances in "" and "".
  12. Michael Dorn joined the cast of Deep Space Nine in "".
  13. During season two of The Next Generation, Gates McFadden was replaced by, who was billed as a "special guest star".
  14. Brent Spiner makes an uncredited voice cameo in "These Are the Voyages...".
  15. Wil Wheaton left The Next Generation in "", but made guest appearances in "", "", "" and "".
  16. Nicole de Boer joined Deep Space Nine in "".
  17. Terry Farrell left Deep Space Nine in "".
  18. Alexander Siddig was credited Siddig El Fadil for the first three seasons of Deep Space Nine and his guest appearance on The Next Generation.
  19. Jennifer Lien left Voyager in "", but made a guest appearance in ""
  20. Robert Picardo appears in "" as the Deep Space Nine Emergency Medical Hologram.
  21. Tim Russ appears in "" as the mirror version of Tuvok.
  22. Jeri Ryan joined Voyager in "".

Merchandise

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Many licensed products are based on the Star Trek franchise. Merchandising is very lucrative for both studio and actors; by 1986 Nimoy had earned more than 0,000 from royalties. Products include novels, comic books, video games, and other materials, which are generally considered. Star Trek merchandise generated billion for Paramount by 2002.

Books

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Since 1967, hundreds of original novels, short stories, and television and movie adaptations have been published. The first original Star Trek novel was by, which was published in hardcover by in 1968.

The first publisher of Star Trek fiction aimed at adult readers was. In 1970, wrote the first original Star Trek novel published by Bantam, is the publisher of Star Trek novels.

Prolific Star Trek novelists include,,,,,, and. Several actors from the television series have also written or co-written books featuring their respective characters:,,, and. Voyager producer wrote two novels featuring back story for Voyager characters, and screen authors,, and have penned books, as well.

A scholarly book published by Springer Science+Business Media in 2014 discusses the actualization of Star Trek's holodeck in the future by making extensive use of artificial intelligence and cyborgs.

Comics

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Star Trek-based comics have been almost continuously published since 1967. They have been offered by several companies, including,,,, and. is publishing an anthology of Next Generation-based stories presented in the style of Japanese. As of 2006, secured publishing rights to Star Trek comics and published a prequel to the 2009 film,. In 2012, they published Volume I of Star Trek – The Newspaper Strip featuring the work of Thomas Warkentin.

Games

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The Star Trek franchise has numerous games in many formats. Beginning in 1967 with a based on the original series and continuing through today with online and DVD games, Star Trek games continue to be popular among fans.

Video games of the series include and. An MMORPG based on Star Trek called was developed by and published by. It is set in the TNG universe about 30 years after the events of. The most recent video game, set in the new timeline debuted in J. J. Abrams's film, was entitled.

On June 8, 2010, Wiz Kids Games, which is owned by NECA, announced that they are developing a Star Trek collectible miniatures game using the HeroClix game system.

Magazines

Star Trek has led directly or indirectly to the creation of a number of magazines which focus either on science fiction or specifically on Star Trek. was a magazine which was founded in the 1970s. Initially, its focus was on Star Trek actors, but then it began to expand its scope.

In 2013, was a significant publication from the U.K. which was sold at newsstands and also via subscription. Other magazines through the years included professional magazines as well as magazines produced by fans, referred to as "". was a magazine published in the U.S. which ceased publication in 2003.

Cultural impact

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The Star Trek media franchise is a multibillion-dollar industry, owned by CBS. Gene Roddenberry sold Star Trek to as a classic adventure drama; he pitched the show as "Wagon Train to the Stars" and as in Space. The opening line, "to boldly go where no man has gone before," was taken almost verbatim from a U.S. booklet on space produced after the flight in 1957. The central trio of Kirk, Spock, and was modeled on storytelling.

Star Trek and its spin-offs have proven highly popular in syndication and are shown on TV stations worldwide. The show's cultural impact goes far beyond its longevity and profitability. Star Trek have become popular among its, who call themselves. An entire subculture has grown up around the show which was documented in the film. Star Trek was the highest-ranked cult show by. The franchise has also garnered of the franchise being rivals in the science fiction genre with many fans and scholars.

The Star Trek franchise inspired some designers of technologies, the and the handheld mobile phone. Michael Jones, Chief technologist of, has cited the 's mapping capability as one inspiration in the development of Keyhole/Google Earth. The, a contest to build a medical tricorder device was announced in 2012. Ten finalists were selected in 2014, and the winner was to be selected in January 2016. However, no team managed to reach the required criteria. Star Trek also brought to popular attention with its depiction of "matter-energy transport", with the famously misquoted phrase "" entering the vernacular. The Star Trek replicator is credited in the scientific literature with inspiring the field of. In 1976, following a letter-writing campaign, named its prototype, after the. Later, the introductory sequence to Star Trek: Enterprise included footage of this shuttle which, along with images of a naval sailing vessel called, depicted the advancement of human transportation technology. Additionally, some contend that the Star Trek society resembles communism.

Beyond Star Trek's fictional innovations, its contributions to TV history included a multicultural and multiracial cast. While more common in subsequent years, in the 1960s it was controversial to feature an Enterprise crew that included a Japanese helmsman, a Russian navigator, a black female communications officer, and a human–Vulcan first officer. Captain Kirk's and Lt. Uhura's kiss, in the episode "", was also daring, and is often mis-cited as being American television's first scripted, interracial kiss, even though several other interracial kisses predated this one.[] In an interview Nichelle Nichols, who played the black female communications officer, said that the day after she told Roddenberry she planned to leave the show, she was at a fund-raiser at the NAACP and was told there was a big fan who wanted to meet her. Nichols said,

I thought it was a Trekkie, and so I said, 'Sure.' I looked across the room, and there was Dr. walking towards me with this big grin on his face. He reached out to me and said, 'Yes, Ms. Nichols, I am your greatest fan.' He said that Star Trek was the only show that he, and his wife Coretta, would allow their three little children to stay up and watch. [She told King about her plans to leave the series.] I never got to tell him why, because he said, 'You can't. You're part of history.'

When she told Roddenberry what King had said, he cried.

Computer engineer and entrepreneur credited watching Star Trek and attending Star Trek conventions while in his youth as a source of inspiration for him co-founding in 1976, which would later become the by revenue and the.

Parodies

Early TV comedy sketch parodies of Star Trek included a famous sketch on entitled "", with as Kirk, as Spock and as McCoy. In the 1980s, Saturday Night Live did a sketch with William Shatner reprising his Captain Kirk role in The Restaurant Enterprise, preceded by a sketch in which he played himself at a Trek convention angrily telling fans to "Get a Life", a phrase that has become part of Trek folklore. continued the tradition in a sketch where Captain Kirk is played by a fellow Canadian.

A feature-length film that indirectly parodies Star Trek is. This film is based on the premise that aliens monitoring the broadcast of an Earth-based TV series called Galaxy Quest, modeled heavily on Star Trek, believe that what they are seeing is real. Many Star Trek actors have been quoted saying that Galaxy Quest was a brilliant parody.

Star Trek has been blended with at least twice. presented a Star Trek adaptation of Gilbert & Sullivan entitled H.M.S. Starship Pinafore: The Next Generation in 1991 and an adaptation by of 's that sets the operetta in the world of Star Trek has played in Los Angeles and was attended by series luminaries,[] and. A similar blend of Gilbert and Sullivan and Star Trek was presented as a benefit concert in San Francisco by the Lamplighters in 2009. The show was entitled Star Drek: The Generation After That. It presented an original story with Gilbert and Sullivan melodies.

Both and television series and others have had many individual episodes parodying Star Trek or with Trek allusions. An entire series of films and novels from Finland entitled also parodies Star Trek.

In August 2010, the members of the created a Star Trek themed training video for a conference. Revealed to the public in 2013, the spoof along with parodies of other media franchises was cited as an example of the misuse of taxpayer funds in a congressional investigation.

Star Trek has been parodied in several non-English movies, including the German which features a gay version of The Original Series bridge crew and a Turkish film that spoofs that same series' episode "" in one of the series of films based on the character.[]

is a comedy-drama science fiction television series that is currently airing on, with the same look and feel as the Star Trek universe, created by noted Trekkie that premiered on September 10, 2017. MacFarlane has made references to Star Trek on his animated series, where the Next Generation cast guest-starred in the episode "".

Notable fan fiction

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Although Star Trek has been off the air since 2005, CBS and Paramount pictures have allowed fan-produced shows to be created. While not officially part of the Star Trek universe, several veteran Star Trek actors, actresses, and writers have contributed their talents to many of these productions. While none of these films have been created for profit, several fan productions have turned to from sites, such as to help with production costs.

Two series set during the TOS time period are and the Hugo award nominated. Another series,, takes place on the Briar Patch, a region of space introduced in Star Trek Insurrection. It has had over 50 episodes produced, and has two spin-off series, Star Trek: Odyssey and Star Trek: The Helena Chronicles. Several standalone fan films have been created including. Future fan films include. Audio only fan productions includes Star Trek: The Continuing Mission. Several fan film parodies have also been created.

The original Star Trek series is also notable for giving rise to, a genre of fan-produced in-universe fiction where normally non-romantic same-sex characters are portrayed as being a romantic couple, notably "Kirk/Spock" stories. These began appearing in the early 1970s, generally written by female fans of the show. Over the intervening decades, especially with the advent of the internet, slash fanfiction has become its own thriving fandom.

In 2016, Paramount and CBS instituted strict fan guidelines on fan films. Notable guidelines include a maximum length of 15 minutes, a maximum fund limit of,000, and a ban on using individuals previously associated with Star Trek productions. This has shut down all of the highly publicized fan film productions ending what has been called a "golden age of amateur Star Trek films".

Awards and honors

Of the various science fiction awards for drama, only the dates back as far as the original series. In 1968, all five nominees for a Hugo Award were individual episodes of Star Trek, as were three of the five nominees in 1967. The only Star Trek series not even to get a Hugo nomination are the animated series and Voyager, though only the original series and Next Generation ever won the award. No Star Trek feature film has ever won a Hugo, though a few were nominated. In 2008, the fan-made episode of entitled "World Enough and Time" was nominated for the Hugo for Best Short Drama.

In 1996, picked the following as the ten best Star Trek episodes for the franchise's 30th anniversary.

  1. "" (Original Series, April 6, 1967)
  2. "" (Original Series, September 15, 1967)
  3. "" (Original Series, October 6, 1967)
  4. "" (Original Series, October 20, 1967)
  5. "" (Original Series, November 17, 1967)
  6. "" (The Next Generation, February 1, 1988)
  7. "" (The Next Generation, February 19, 1990)
  8. "" (Part I) (The Next Generation, June 18, 1990)
  9. "" (The Next Generation, February 15, 1993)
  10. "" (Deep Space Nine, October 9, 1995)

The two Star Trek series to win multiple during their run were The Next Generation (twice winning for best television series) and Voyager (twice winning for best actress – and ). The original series retroactively won a Saturn Award for best DVD release. Several Star Trek films have won Saturns including categories best actor, actress, director, costume design, and special effects. However, Star Trek has never won a Saturn for best make-up.

As for non science fiction specific awards, the Star Trek series have won 31. won the 2009, the franchise's first Academy Award.

Corporate ownership

At Star Trek's creation, Norway Productions, Roddenberry's production company, shared ownership with and, after acquired Desilu in 1967, with Paramount Pictures, the conglomerate's film studio. Paramount did not want to own the unsuccessful show; net profit was to be shared between Norway, Desilu/Paramount, Shatner, and NBC but Star Trek lost money, and the studio did not expect to syndicate it. In 1970 Paramount offered to sell all rights to Star Trek to Roddenberry, but he could not afford the 0,000 cost (equivalent to 5,244 in 2017).

In 1989, Gulf+Western renamed itself as Paramount Communications, and in 1994 merged with. In 2005, Viacom divided into, whose subsidiary retained the Star Trek brand, and, whose Paramount Pictures subsidiary retained the Star Trek film library and rights to make additional films, along with video distribution rights to the TV series on behalf of CBS.

See also

Notes

  1. Members of the human species are occasionally called "Terrans" in Star Trek, although usage has been inconsistent.
  2. However, the show had been first telecast two days earlier in Canada on the at 7:30 p.m..
  3. Roddenberry did, however, co-author two scripts for the third season.
  4. This count includes all planned episodes of Star Trek Discovery through season one. it also includes the animated series, and the original pilot, "The Cage". Two-part episodes that were not originally aired at the same time are considered two separate episodes. Ten feature-length episodes were originally aired as two-hour presentations and are sometimes considered single episodes, however, in this count, they too are seen as two individual episodes. The Star Trek wiki differs from the count listed because it includes the feature films in its total and it uses the method that counts feature-length episodes as single episodes. This makes that wiki's total release count 744.
  5. Originally entitled Star Trek, it has in recent years become known as Star Trek: The Original Series or as "Classic Star Trek"— that distinguish it from its sequels and the franchise as a whole.
  6. Film titles of the North American and UK releases of the films no longer contained the number of the film following the sixth film (the sixth was Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country but the seventh was Star Trek Generations). However, European releases continued using numbers in the film titles until Nemesis.
  7. Several characters from the original series have cameos in Star Trek Generations. William Shatner plays a major role in that film. A few Star Trek: Voyager characters play cameos in First Contact and Nemesis.
  8. Star Trek (2009), Into Darkness, and Beyond are often considered to be, and referred to as, a "reboot". They are also a continuation of the franchise that establishes an alternate reality from the previous films. This was done to free the new films from the restrictions of continuity without completely discarding it. This new reality was informally referred to by several names, including the "Abramsverse", "JJ Trek", the "alternate timeline" and "NuTrek". It was named the "Kelvin Timeline", as opposed to the "Prime Timeline" of the original series and films, by Michael and Denise Okuda for use in reference guides and encyclopedias. The name Kelvin comes from the USS Kelvin, a starship involved in the event that creates the new reality in 2009's Star Trek. Leonard Nimoy plays an older version of Spock in the film Star Trek to help link the two timelines.
  9. While the official release date of the eleventh Star Trek was May 8, 2009, the film premiered internationally in Austin, Texas on April 6, 2009.
  10. While the official release date of Star Trek Into Darkness was May 16, 2013, the film premiered internationally in Sydney, Australia on April 23, 2013.
  11. While the official release date of Star Trek Beyond was July 22, 2016, the film premiered internationally in Sydney, Australia on July 7, 2016.
  12. Although the is mainly given for print-media science fiction, its "best drama" award is usually given to film or television presentations. The Hugo does not give out awards for best actor, director, or other aspects of film production. Before 2002, films and television series competed for the same Hugo, before the split of the drama award into short drama and long drama.
  13. The other two films nominated for the Hugo in 1967 were the films and.
  14. The science fiction did not exist during broadcasting of the original series. Unlike the Hugo, the Saturn Award gives out prizes for best actor, special effects and music, and also unlike the Hugo (until 2002) movies and television shows have never competed against each other for Saturns.

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