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Star Trek Opening Lyrics: Space, the final frontier / These are the voyagers of the Starship Release Date September 8, Cover By. Star Trek: The Next Generation Opening by Star Trek The Next Generation (Ft. Patrick Stewart). Star Trek: The Next Generation was the first live action Star Trek television series The series was broadcast in first-run syndication with dates and times varying .. The penultimate episode, "Preemptive Strike", concluded the plot line for the. The dating of the final season of Star Trek: Voyager has based on a line in " Day of the Dove", noting that dialog in "First.
Season two focused on developing the character Data, and two episodes from the season, " Elementary, Dear Data " and " The Measure of a Man ", featured him prominently.
The Next Generation season 3 Before the production of the third season in the summer ofsome personnel changes were made. Head writer Maurice Hurley was let go and Michael Piller took over for the rest of the series.
Creator and executive producer Gene Roddenberry took less of an active role due to his declining health. Roddenberry gave Piller and Berman the executive producer jobs, and they remained in that position for the rest of the series' run, with Berman overseeing the production as a whole and Piller being in charge of the creative direction of the show and the writing room. Doctor Crusher returned from her off-screen tenure at Starfleet Medical to replace Doctor Pulaski, who had remained a guest star throughout the second season.
An additional change was the inclusion of the fanfare that was added to the opening credits of the second season, to the end of the closing credits. Moore joined the show after submitting a spec script that became " The Bonding ". He became the franchise's " Klingon guru",  meaning that he wrote most TNG episodes dealing with the Klingon Empire though he wrote some Romulan stories, as well, such as " The Defector ". Though his tenure with TNG lasted only one year, he later went on to be a writer and showrunner of spin-off series Star Trek: The season ran from to A new alien race, the Cardassians, made their first appearance in "The Wounded".
They later were featured in Star Trek: The season finale, "Redemption", was the th episode, and the cast and crew including creator Gene Roddenberry celebrated the historic milestone on the bridge set.
Footage of this was seen in the Star Trek 25th-anniversary special hosted by William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy which aired later in the year.
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Seven fourth-season episodes were nominated for eight Emmys. The Next Generation season 5 The fifth season's seventh episode, " Unification ", opened with a dedication to Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry though the prior episode, "The Game", aired four days after his death. Roddenberry, though he had recently died, continued to be credited as executive producer for the rest of the season.
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The cast and crew learned of his death during the production of " Hero Worship ", a later season-five episode. Seven fifth-season episodes were nominated for eight Emmys.Star Trek TNG Peak Performance: It is possible to commit no mistakes and still lose. Full Scene
The observation lounge set was altered with the removal of the gold model starships across the interior wall and the addition of lighting beneath the windows. Recurring character Ensign Ro Laren was introduced in the fifth season.
Voyager episode " Living Witness " takes place sometime during this century. By Star Trek 's fictional chronology, this is the last episode of all the seven series. Episodes with time traveler Daniels from Enterprise " Cold Front ", " Shockwave ", " Azati Prime " History of the chronology[ edit ] There have been several efforts to develop a chronology  for the events depicted by the Star Trek television series and its spin-offs.
This matter has been complicated by the continued additions to the Star Trek canon, and the scarcity of Gregorian calendar dates given in the show stardates instead being used.
Original series[ edit ] There are few references setting the original series in an exact time frame, and those that exist are largely contradictory. In the episode, " Tomorrow Is Yesterday ", a s military officer says that he's going to lock Captain Kirk up "for two hundred years", to which a bemused Kirk says, "That ought to be just about right". Likewise, in the episode " Space Seed ", it is said that the warlord Khan Noonian Singh is from "two centuries" ago.
Both these references place the show in the 22nd century. However, in the episode " Miri ", it is said that was around years ago, pushing the show into the 23rd century. Finally, the episode " The Squire of Gothos " implied that the light cone of 19th century Earth has expanded to light years of radius, which seems to set the show in the 28th century, since light would take nine centuries to traverse that distance.
According to notes in The Making of Star Trek, the show is set in the 23rd century, and the Enterprise was supposed to be around 40 years old. Picard, in his lognotes that he is impressed with the size and complexity of the ship as he walks through the Enterprise, surveying engineeringthen finally enters the bridgemanned by tactical officer Lieutenant Natasha YarLieutenant WorfCounselor Deanna Troi and Lieutenant Commander Data.
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Picard continues with his log, in which he reports that the ship is en route to Farpoint Station and that the ship is short in several key positions, most notably a first officerbut Picard is informed that a very experienced officer, William T.
Rikerwill fill the position. Captain Picard looks out at the "great, unexplored mass of the galaxy. Picard wonders how Data, a complex android with encyclopedic knowledge does not know the meaning of a basic word like "snoop". Data responds that he possibly was not designed to emulate this type of Human behavior.
Picard says that it means "to spy, to sneak.