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Star Trek Actors You Forgot Passed Away

Star Trek has been around for more decades than many people have been alive, and despite occasional setbacks, the franchise never truly disappears for long. Gene Roddenberry's vision of utopia first hit TV screens in 1966, and ever since, it has stayed alive throughout over 700 episodes, 12 movies, a cartoon, reboots, a complex timeline of events, the development of a fictional language you can actually learn to speak, and — perhaps most beloved of all — hundreds of characters, planets, and cult

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    Star Trek Actors You Forgot Passed Away - Grunge

    Star Trek Actors You Forgot Passed Away - Grunge

    Star Trek has been around for more decades than many people have been alive, and despite occasional setbacks, the franchise never truly disappears for long. Gene Roddenberry's vision of utopia first hit TV screens in 1966, and ever since, it has stayed alive throughout over 700 episodes, 12 movies, a cartoon, reboots, a complex timeline of events, the development of a fictional language you can actually learn to speak, and — perhaps most beloved of all — hundreds of characters, planets, and cultures, spanning across the universe.

    Star Trek Uniforms Fully Explained - Grunge

    Star Trek Uniforms Fully Explained - Grunge

    Since its premiere more than 50 years ago, Star Trek has been at the center of a growing web of culture, television, film, and fandom. With nine television series and 13 films, with undoubtedly more to come, there is a wealth of material to analyze and enjoy. Today, an enthusiastic fan can take just a single aspect of the Star Trek universe and dive into it for weeks.

    The Entire Star Trek Timeline Explained

    The Entire Star Trek Timeline Explained

    Star Trek isn't just a popular media franchise — it's a philosophy of life. Back in the '60s, when Gene Roddenberry first set loose Kirk, Spock, and Uhura upon the world, the utopian vision he spearheaded was a breath of fresh air. On the bridge of the Enterprise, people of different races, backgrounds, and genders stood together, surrounded by advanced technology, and united in a shared mission. Star Trek wasn't intended to be an idealistic fairy tale, but rather, an illustration of humankind's potential.

    Every Star Trek Show Ranked Worst To Best

    Every Star Trek Show Ranked Worst To Best

    Since the crew of the Enterprise first embarked on their mission in 1966, the Star Trek saga has spread out over 50 years of television. It's always been there, whether it was a thrilling new adventure every week or a well-worn classic, a syndicated rerun or the selling point of a brand-new streaming service. All told, it's over 700 episodes that range from some of the best television has ever had to offer to a handful of the absolute worst.

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