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Star Trek

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"Beam ME up!" Get ready for intergalactic adventure on 'Star Trek.' Captain James T. Kirk (William Shatner) and the crew of the Starship 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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Quiz: Can you name the TV show by its Christmas scene?

Can you spot the classic television series by the Santas, trees and decorations on these screens?

Quiz: Which TV show served this meal?

We show you a spread of food. You name the television series. Try not to play on an empty stomach.

Quiz: What's wrong with this Star Trek picture?

We altered one thing in each of these screen shots from The Original Series. Can you find it?

Quiz: Which TV show had more episodes?

Gunsmoke was on for two decades, but did it have more episodes than a soap opera on for 6 seasons? Take a quiz for the ultimate TV trivia buff!

Quiz: Do you know these actors' real names?

Not everyone is born with a perfect television name like Lucille Ball. See if you can pick the given name of some TV legends.

Quiz: Do you know these TV spin-offs?

Think you know your TV history? Try and name the series that spawned these spin-offs.

Quiz: Which TV character should you be for Halloween?

The best part of Halloween is dressing up. Okay, perhaps it is the candy. Still, wearing a great costume is a blast. Coming up with a clever idea is half the challenge. We're here to help. Answer these ten quick questions and our spooky algorithm will spit out a look based on classic television. No matter your budget or skill level, we'll have you covered.

Can you guess the TV show by the episode description?

We give you the synopsis from the TV listings. You guess the TV show.

Can you guess the TV show by emoji only?

If you text, odds are you've sent an emoji. From showing your mood with a smiley face to blowing a kiss to your family, those little pictures come in handy when expressing yourself via text message. With hundreds of emojis to now choose from, the little pictures are a language unto themselves. So we described 11 classic television shows in emojis only. Can you name them?

Quiz: Do you know your TV robots?

Lost in Space is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and the Robot still looks great. He hasn't aged a day. He was not the first robot actor. The first fictional robot rolled off the assembly line in 1921, in Karel Čapek's stage drama R.U.R . A few years later, the golden Maria appeared in Metropolis . Since then, androids, cyborgs and robots have been a constant part of pop culture, from C-3PO to HitchBOT. Robby the Robot was a Hollywood regular, initially appearing in Forbidden Planet and popping up in  The Twilight Zone ,  The Addams Family ,  Columbo ,  Mork & Mindy  and more.  Television robots have been big and small, boxy and humanoid. How well do you remember them, TV lovers? Need more Robot? Watch  Lost in Space Saturdays at Midnight | 11C on MeTV.


8 incredibly awesome fight scenes from classic television

We count down epic clashes including Kirk, Spock, Bruce Lee, bar brawls and a bear.

A cartoon about a heroic Gene Roddenberry rescue goes viral

The Star Trek creator rescued passengers from a plane crash in the Syrian desert. A new comic strip tells the tale.

Document suggest William Shatner took wigs from Star Trek

A 1968 memo from a producer to Gene Roddenberry reports missing hair pieces for Kirk, Uhura and Christine Chapel.

William Shatner is pushing for a Star Trek musical

The actor hopes to celebrate the show's 50th anniversary with a special and some songs.

Remembering 'Gomer Pyle' and television Marines on the 240th birthday of the Corps

Honorary Marine Jim Nabors was not the first character to say Semper Fi on TV, but he certainly meant a lot to those in the service.

The MeTV Holiday Gift Guide

We found the perfect Christmas and holiday gifts for the classic TV lover, from Star Trek clothing to Batman toys, books, candy and more.

There is now a Star Trek clothing line

Snatch up Enterprise cardigans, Starfleet yoga shorts, Next Generation neckties and Klingon denim jackets before they're gone.

Things we want to see in the new Star Trek series

Our wish list includes Tholians, the 25th century, time travel and stand-alone episodes. What do you want to see?

Star Trek visual effects pioneer Howard A. Anderson, Jr. dies at 95

The artist made the Enterprise zoom through the stars and came up with the transporter effect — not to mention dozens of iconic television openings.

An all-new Star Trek series is coming in 2017

The sixth official Star Trek series will boldly stream where no Trek series has streamed before.

A new contest is asking for your Star Trek fan fiction

Have a Star Trek story you're itching to tell? Pocket Books is asking for your best fanfic.

A brief guide to cats on classic television shows

Who says you can't herd cats? We rounded up a couple dozen adorable kitties that appeared on classic television series.

New Christmas ornaments for classic TV fans

Want the ultimate classic television holiday tree? Better get shopping now.

When Star Trek visited Mayberry

Ever wonder what 'The Andy Griffith Show' would look like in the post-apocalypse?

Star Trek's unicorn dog is adorable. Help us find him.

A tribute to the greatest space dog ever, the Alfa 177 canine from "The Enemy Within."

The first Star Trek Cruise is sold out, but you can still win the last cabin

You can sail to the Caribbean with William Shatner. But you'll need some luck.

Bruce Hyde, original lieutenant of Star Trek's Enterprise and academic, dies at 74

As Lt. Kevin Riley, the soon-to-be professor sang a memorable Irish ballad that lives on in Trek lore.

18 fabulous Star Trek costumes and fashions from the original series

As it is a landmark work of science-fiction, Star Trek is best known for its science. Nifty gadgets like the tricorder and replicator predicted technology like cellphones and 3D printers. The iconic 1960s show also dealt with issues both philosophical and political. Yet the Original Series does not get enough credit for its fashion. The bodysuits, dresses and coats could have come off the runways of Paris and New York. Brilliant costume designer Bill Theiss pushed boundaries and went where no hemline had gone before. A new coffee table book titled Star Trek Costumes: Five Decades of Fashion from the Final Frontier has just been published. We put together a runway show of our own. Here are some of the most memorable looks from three seasons of Star Trek . Cosplayers, Halloween partygoers and budding designers take notes.

14 spooky Halloween episodes of classic TV shows

Get into the trick or treat spirit with these sitcom specials and spooky dramas from your favorite series.

Walter Koenig talks his favorite Star Trek memories in new podcast

The man behind Chekov shares his favorite Trek memory and explains how he first got a Russian accent.

5 must-see episodes on MeTV this week of October 5

Tune in for ninja cops, southern horror, Russian spies, the Star Trek pilot, and that very first three-hour tour.

The universal translator of Star Trek is now a real thing

Microsoft is launching Skype Translator next week, which can quickly translate a conversation between two languages over Skype.

Hallmark now has a Christmas ornament of Spock dying

Here comes Santa Khan!

A brief history of Star Trek and Mars

Brush up on your fictional Martian history — well, future — with this quick run-down of major events on the Red Planet in the Star Trek universe.

What do you consider the first Star Trek episode?

It's stardate versus air date. "The Man Trap" against "Where No Man Has Gone Before." Grab an ahn'woon and enter the arena!

Buy a home in suburban Houston with a Star Trek Enterprise interior

A house in Friendswood, Texas, comes complete with Star Trek computers, furniture, maps and, er, toilet.

Video: A virtual reality tour of the Enterprise

A hobbyist has been painstakingly recreating a virtual reality model of the Star Trek spaceship. Take a tour through it via video.

Watch the final episode of 'Star Trek' this weekend

"Turnabout Intruder" would be the final episode of the original series. Don't worry, it starts all over again on MeTV next week!

A firsthand recap of Nichelle Nichol's NASA mission

Uhura of 'Star Trek' took a mission of her own into the upper stratosphere with NASA's SOFIA telescope. Check out her tweets and photos from the experience.

Star Trek's Lt. Uhura flies her NASA mission today

Nichelle Nichols will enter the upper stratosphere as part of a NASA mission. Follow along via her social media.

The Smithsonian needs your help restoring Star Trek's Enterprise

Get this guide to every woman Captain Kirk kissed

New video settles the Star Wars vs Star Trek debate

Shatner will write bio of Leonard Nimoy

Tampa Bay Rays are giving out cool Spock foam fingers

Watch the new unofficial Star Trek movie with Chekov for free

Graphic designer turns 'Star Trek' episodes into stunning posters

Sail with William Shatner on 'Star Trek: The Cruise'