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1966- "Star Trek" premieres on NBC on September 8, the series is set on the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701, during the five year mission, which starred Jeffrey Hunter as Captain Christopher Pike, Leonard Nimoy as a half-Vulcan, half-Human science officer Mr. Spock, William Shatner as first officer James T. Kirk, McLean Stevenson as Dr. Leonard McCoy, James Doohan as a Scottish chief engineer Montgomery Scott, George Takei as helmsman Hikaru Sulu, Nichelle Nichols as communications officer Uhura, Majel Barrett as nurse Christine Chapel and Grace Lee Whitney as yeoman Janice Rand.
1967- "Star Trek" begins its second season on NBC, with James T. Kirk promoted to Captain of the Enterprise, the second season featured the introduction of Gary Burghoff as the Russian navigator, Pavel Chekov.
1969- "Star Trek" begans its fourth and final season on NBC.
1970- With low ratings, "Star Trek" was cancelled and its final episode aired with "A Lady in Time," with Kirk time travelled to the year 1973 and fell in love with a woman played by Julie Andrews.
1979- "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" was released on December 7, by Paramount, it is directed by Robert Wise, it featured the return of the original cast and starred Christopher Reeve (the first role after "Superman") as Commander Willard Decker and Persis Khambatta as Lieutenant Ilia. The movie is big box office success and won a few Academy Awards and Gene Roddenberry hired Harve Bennett to do the sequel of the movie.
1982- "Star Trek II: The Revenge of Khan," the sequel to "Star Trek: The Motion Picture," directed by Richard Donner, released on May 25, which featured the original cast and the return of Khan, the villian from the "Star Trek" episode, "Space Seed." The film also featured Kirstey Alley as the Vulcan Saavik, David Gautreaux as the Vulcan Xon and Scott Baio as David Marcus. The movie which marked the death of Spock, was the major success than the first one.
"ReBoot," airs on September on NBC, a few months after "Tron", which is set in the world inside a computer, which starred John Ritter (from Three's Company, wearing blue body paint makeup) as Guardian Bob, Olivia Newton John (wearing green body paint makeup) as Dot, a young Jason Marin as Dot's brother, Enzo, Jon Pertwee (wearing blue body paint makeup and prostetics) as the villian, Megabyte, and Sean Young (wearing red body paint makeup and white power on her face) as his sister, Hexadecimal. The good guys are wearing clothing (similar to the uniforms from "Star Trek: The Motion Picture," The series ran for three seasons until 1986.
1984- "Star Trek III: The Search for Spock," released on June 15, which featured the original cast, and Saavik (which played by Margot Kidder), Xon and David Marcus. It starred Christopher Lloyd as the Klingon emperor Kruge. The movie brought Spock back to life and featured the destruction of the U.S.S. Enterprise. The film is directed by Leonard Nimoy, who starred Spock.
1986- "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home," released on November 26, which featured the original cast, traveled back in time to the 1980s to look for Humpback Whales in order to save the planet Earth in the future from destruction. The film is directed by Leonard Nimoy. The film is the funniest of all the Star Trek movies.
1987- The revival of the "Star Trek" television series, "Star Trek: The Next Generation," airs on NBC, which set on the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D, 78 years after "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home," which starred Patrick Stewart as the German captain Karl-Heinz Jurgen, Jonathan Frakes as first officer William Tiberius Riker, Robert Picardo as the android science officer, Data, LeVar Burton as the blind VISOR-sighted navigator, Geordi La Forge, Samuel L. Jackson as the Klingon helmsman, Worf, Denise Crosby as the security chief, Tasha Yar, Kate Capshaw as chief medical officer, Vicki Crusher, Marina Sirtis as counselor Deanna Troi, Paul Newman as chief engineer Fred Toliver and Michael J. Fox as Crusher's son, Wesley.
1988- Denise Crosby leaves the first season of "Star Trek: The Next Generation," with the death of Tasha Yar at the hands of Armus and Worf was promoted to security chief.
Kate Capshaw and Paul Newman both leave "Star Trek: The Next Generation" after the first season. Geordi La Forge was promoted to chief engineer and Wesley Crusher moves to the helm. Diana Muldaur as Dr. Katherine Pulaski, and Whoopi Goldberg as the alien bartender named Guinan joins the cast of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" in its second season.
1989- "Star Trek V: The Final Frontier," written and directed by William Shatner who played Captain Kirk, released on June 9, which featured the original cast and starred Christopher Lambert as Spock's cousin, Sybok. The film is the great success at the box office.
Kate Capshaw returns in the third season of "Star Trek: The Next Generation."
1990- Captain Jurgen was abducted by the Borg (introduced in the episode Q Who?) and was turned into Locutus of Borg in the two-part (the first cliffhanger) episode: "The Best of Both Worlds."
Michael J. Fox leaves "Star Trek: The Next Generation" during its fourth season, because Wesley Crusher was killed by a Klingon who murdered the Klingon Emperor in the episode "Reunion." He is replaced by a alien helmsman named Stellunia.
"Star Trek: U.S.S. Oberon," the first spinoff of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" airs on NBC, which is set as the same time as "The Next Generation," on a Federation starship, U.S.S. Oberon NCC-1880, (which is the same model as the U.S.S. Reliant in "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan") starred Alec Baldwin as Captain David Welles, Kim Basinger as first officer Amy Janette, Paul Newman returns as Fred Toliver from the first season of "The Next Generation," is chief engineer of the Oberon, Joanne Woodward as chief medical officer Marion Baxter, Dennis Dun as helm officer, John Tikosti, Marlon Wayans as navigator, Colin Johnson, and Kim Coles as a alien tactical officer named Gyglas (which looked like a Earth squirrel).
1991- "Star Trek" celebrates its 25th anniversary with the 100th episode of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" and the first season finale of "Star Trek: U.S.S. Oberon."
Diana Muldaur joins the cast of "Star Trek: U.S.S. Oberon," as Dr. Pulaski in its second season.
"Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country," released on December 6, directed by Tim Burton, which is the last film of the original cast. This film featured Saavik, Michael Dorn playing a grandfather of Worf, Alec Baldwin playing a grandfather of Captain David Welles and starred Tom Baker as Klingon emperor Gorkon and Christopher Plummer as General Chang. The film is giant box office success and a best and greatest Star Trek movie ever made.
1993- "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," the second spinoff of "Star Trek: The Next Generation," airs on January on CBS. The show is set on the space station orbiting in Bajor near the Cardassian Neutral Zone, starred Avery Brooks as Commander Benjamin Sisko, Nana Visitor as a Bajoran Major Kira Nerys, William Christopher as a alien shapeshifter Odo, Alexander Sidding as chief medical officer, Julian Bashir, Sylvester McCoy as operations officer, Miles O'Brien (the transporter chief of "The Next Generation"), Terry Farrell as science officer Jadzia Dax, Ethan Phillips as a Ferengi bartender Quark and Raven-Symoné as Sisko's daughter, Jessica.
1994- "Star Trek: Generations," the seventh "Star Trek" feature film, which is the first "The Next Generation" movie, releases on December 16, it is directed by Les Landau. The film features the Next Generation crew and Kirk, Scotty and Uhura. The film starred Malcolm McDowall as the El-Aurian doctor Soran. The film featured the destruction of the Enterprise-D and the return of Captain Kirk who appears on later Star Trek productions.
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