"Beam ME up!" Get ready for intergalactic adventure on 'Star Trek.' Captain James T. Kirk (William Shatner) and the crew of the USS Enterprise boldly go where no show has gone before in this classic sci-fi television series. As emissaries of the Starfleet, a spaceborne humanitarian and peacekeeping armada, Kirk and a crew of humans and aliens explore the farthest reaches of the galaxy, finding interstellar adventure at every turn. A true icon of the sci-fi genre, the series is the first offering from a franchise that has fulfilled Mr. Spock's (Leonard Nimoy) directive to "live long and prosper."
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We all know what having a red shirt means. But what about the other colors of the original series?
Not everyone in Starfleet can be a Captain or Commander.
Would you rather have a nerve pinch or a mind meld?
Name the series that featured these St. Nicks.
Your eyes are not getting misty.
The original Enterprise crew did not have a phaser rifle. So one man built a perfect replica for himself.
Before 'Dynasty,' she was one of the greatest guest stars on 1960s television.
A new survey heats up the old Star Trek vs. Star Wars debate.
They come in all different shapes and sizes!
The Enterprise's helmsman wasn't always calm, cool and collected.
Being a redshirt isn't as bad as it sounds.
From Scranton, Pennsylvania to Outer Space.
It's been called the "holy grail" of Star Trek fandom.
Take a trip back with Farrah, corduroy, disco, Ziggy and Trek.
The 1970 charmingly cheap TV series made 'Lost in Space' look like '2001: A Space Odyssey.'
Captain Kirk is the casanova of outer space.
He nearly replaced Leonard Nimoy as Spock.
There's a behind-the-scenes reason the Romulans switched to Klingon spaceships.
This cool prop gun disappeared for decades. Discover its fate.
It takes a keen eye to spot the bubble wrap, missing fingers and North America.
You can still find Star Trek's influence all over pop culture today.
"Society, you got some 'splaining to do!"
Yes, we had portable video cameras and music in our pocket half a century ago.
It's Kirk and Spock like you've never seen them before.
Happy 50th birthday, KHAAAAAAAAN!
These episodes were meant to spawn new series — and failed more often than not. Look for them on MeTV.
Time-traveling trains and robot cops!
At this rate, we'll have to wait until the 23rd century to watch new episodes.
Who says you can't herd cats? We rounded up bunch.
All you need is a printer, scissors and a lot of patience.
Look no further if you need some laughs this year.
Pioneering makeup artist John Chambers helped Jonathan Harris overcome a fear — and helped free hostages.
Carol Burnett, Raymond Burr and Sally Field all had starring roles 50 years ago.
They'll still make ships out of wood in the 23rd century.
Want to chat like Spock? A new Communicator will link to your cell phone.
Get in the Christmas spirit with rare records from Bonanza, Brady Bunch and Star Trek actors.
Did you know where the trigger was?
Common office furniture was used to make Kirk's seat.
You probably once played with the same prop used for the Captain's logbook.
A new 'Lost in Space' and 'CHiPs' are on the horizon.
Star Trek's computers were more like Jell-O shots than circuits.
A new Star Trek clothing collection oozes 1966 style.
The stand-in for Bones, Billy Blackburn captured great footage on his 8mm.
Let's salute these stars who served.
The 'Star Trek' creator went from pilot to space pioneer.
Shatner was a founding father.
He was a trailblazing black actor in the sci-fi genre.
They can't all be winners. Even if you're Andy Griffith and Lucille Ball.