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IMDb rating by 68,910 votes


TMDb rating by 568 votes
Additional Details
Runtime:50 min0.834 h
Part of:Star Trek Universe
Other info
TMDb popularity:35.728
IMDb ID:tt0060028
TMDb ID:253
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This page is about the original 1966 series. For the 2009 film, see Star Trek (film)
Star Trek: The Original Series
TV series
Plot: The adventures of the USS Enterprise, representing the United Federation of Planets on a five-year mission in outer space to explore new worlds, seek new life and new civilizations, and to boldly go where no one has gone before. The Enterprise is commanded by handsome and brash Captain James T. Kirk. His First Officer and best friend is Mr. Spock from the planet Vulcan, and Kirk's Medical Officer is Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy. With a crew of approximately 430, the Enterprise battles aliens, megalomaniacal computers, time paradoxes, psychotic murderers, and even Khan!

Laurel left.png Nominated for 13 Primetime Emmys. Another 10 wins & 18 nominations. Laurel right.png

Episode list

Episode stats
Episodes found:80
Total runtime:42.1 hours
Average ratings


MyMDb rating of 1 episodes


IMDb rating of 80 episodes
No TitleDirectorRating
s01e00The CageRobert Butler7.7
s01e01The Man TrapMarc Daniels7.3
s01e02Charlie X Lawrence Dobkin7.2
s01e03Where No Man Has Gone BeforeJames Goldstone7.8
s01e04The Naked TimeMarc Daniels8
s01e05The Enemy Within (Star Trek) Leo Penn7.8
s01e06Mudd's WomenHarvey Hart6.9
s01e07What Are Little Girls Made Of?James Goldstone7.6
s01e08MiriVincent McEveety7.2
s01e09Dagger of the MindVincent McEveety7.5
s01e10The Corbomite Maneuver Joseph Sargent8.2
s01e11The Menagerie: Part IRobert Butler, Marc Daniels8.4
s01e12The Menagerie: Part IIRobert Butler, Marc Daniels8.3
s01e13The Conscience of the KingGerd Oswald9
s01e14Balance of TerrorVincent McEveety9
s01e15Shore LeaveRobert Sparr7.7
s01e16The Galileo Seven Robert Gist7.8
s01e17The Squire of GothosDon McDougall7.6
s01e18Arena Joseph Pevney8.1
s01e19Tomorrow Is YesterdayMichael O'Herlihy8
s01e20Court MartialMarc Daniels7.4
s01e21The Return of the Archons Joseph Pevney7.3
s01e22Space SeedMarc Daniels8.9
s01e23A Taste of Armageddon Joseph Pevney8.2
s01e24This Side of ParadiseRalph Senensky8
s01e25The Devil in the Dark Joseph Pevney8.5
s01e26Errand of MercyJohn Newland8.3
s01e27The Alternative FactorGerd Oswald5.9
s01e28The City on the Edge of Forever Joseph Pevney9.3
s01e29Operation -- Annihilate!Herschel Daugherty7.7
s02e01Amok Time Joseph Pevney8.7
s02e02Who Mourns for Adonais?Marc Daniels7.2
s02e03The ChangelingMarc Daniels7.7
s02e04Mirror, MirrorMarc Daniels9.2
s02e05The Apple Joseph Pevney6.5
s02e06The Doomsday MachineMarc Daniels8.8
s02e07Catspaw Joseph Pevney6.3
s02e08I, MuddMarc Daniels7.5
s02e09MetamorphosisRalph Senensky7.4
s02e10Journey to Babel Joseph Pevney8.6
s02e11Friday's Child Joseph Pevney7
s02e12The Deadly Years Joseph Pevney7.4
s02e13ObsessionRalph Senensky7.4
s02e14Wolf in the Fold Joseph Pevney7.5
s02e15The Trouble with Tribbles Joseph Pevney8.9
s02e16The Gamesters of Triskelion Gene Nelson7.1
s02e17A Piece of the Action James Komack7.9
s02e18The Immunity Syndrome Joseph Pevney7.6
s02e19A Private Little WarMarc Daniels7.1
s02e20Return to TomorrowRalph Senensky7.6
s02e21Patterns of ForceVincent McEveety7.7
s02e22By Any Other NameMarc Daniels7.7
s02e23The Omega GloryVincent McEveety6.3
s02e24The Ultimate ComputerJohn Meredyth Lucas8.1
s02e25Bread and CircusesRalph Senensky7.2
s02e26Assignment: EarthMarc Daniels7.7
s03e01Spock's BrainMarc Daniels5.7
s03e02The Enterprise IncidentJohn Meredyth Lucas8.6
s03e03The Paradise Syndrome Jud Taylor6.9
s03e04And the Children Shall LeadMarvin J. Chomsky5.3
s03e05Is There in Truth No Beauty?Ralph Senensky7
s03e06Spectre of the GunVincent McEveety7.4
s03e07Day of the DoveMarvin J. Chomsky8
s03e08For the World Is Hollow and I Have Touched the SkyAnton Leader7.2
s03e09The Tholian WebHerb Wallerstein8.2
s03e10Plato's StepchildrenDavid Alexander6.7
s03e11Wink of an Eye Jud Taylor7.4
s03e12The EmpathJohn Erman6.7
s03e13Elaan of TroyiusJohn Meredyth Lucas7.3
s03e14Whom Gods DestroyHerb Wallerstein7
s03e15Let That Be Your Last Battlefield Jud Taylor7.2
s03e16The Mark of Gideon Jud Taylor6.6
s03e17That Which SurvivesHerb Wallerstein6.7
s03e18The Lights of ZetarHerbert Kenwith6.1
s03e19Requiem for MethuselahMurray Golden7.7
s03e20The Way to EdenDavid Alexander5.5
s03e21The Cloud Minders Jud Taylor7
s03e22The Savage CurtainHerschel Daugherty6.8
s03e23All Our YesterdaysMarvin J. Chomsky8.3
s03e24Turnabout IntruderHerb Wallerstein6.9

Movie connections

Was inspiration for:

Set 400 years in the future, the show follows the adventures of the Orville, a not-so-top-of-the-line exploratory ship in Earth's interstellar Fleet. Facing cosmic challenges from without and within, this motley crew of space explorers will boldly go where no comedic drama has gone before.


Spoofed by:

The sci-fi television series "Galaxy Quest", which took place aboard the intergalactic spaceship NSEA Protector, starred Jason Nesmith as suave Commander Peter Quincy Taggert, Gwen DeMarco as sexy communications person Lt. Tawny Madison (a role which consisted solely of repeating what the computer stated, much to Gwen's annoyance), Shakespearean trained Sir Alexander Dane as alien Dr. Lazarus, Fred Kwan as engineer Tech Sgt. Chen, and Tommy Webber as child gunner Laredo. Eighteen years after the series last aired, it lives on in the hearts of its rabid fans. However, it lives on in infamy for its stars, who have not been able to find meaningful acting work since. Their current lives revolve around cashing in on however those roles will afford, which usually entails attending fan conventions or worse, such as shopping mall openings. Only Jason seems to relish his lot in life, until he finds out that his co-stars detest him because of his superior attitude as "the Commander", and much of the public considers him a laughing stock. Their lives change when Jason is approached by who he thinks are convention fans asking for help. They are in reality an alien race called Thermians, led by Mathesar, who have modeled their existence after the series, which they believe to be real. When Jason and then the rest of his co-stars (along with Guy Fleegman, who was killed off before the opening credits in only one episode) go along with the Thermians, Jason's co-stars who believe they are off to yet another paying gig, they learn that they have to portray their roles for real. Without screenwriters to get them to a happy and heroic ending, they have to trust that their play acting will work, especially in dealing with the Thermian's nemesis, General Sarris. Guy in particular fears that he will go the way his character did on the series. But when they run across technical issues that they as actors didn't care anything about during the filming of the series and thus now don't know how to deal with, they need to find someone who should know what to do.



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