Lists of Star Trek episodes

The following are lists of Star Trek episodes:

Episode length

Star Trek episodes are usually from 40–50 minutes, designed for a 1-hour television slot but with breaks for ads. However, as mentioned there is a number feature-length episodes up to an hour and half (90 minutes), but they are also split into two parts format, each with its own introduction.

  • "The Cage" — 63 minutes[1]
  • The Measure of a Man: Extended Cut — 57 minutes[2] (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
  • "Beyond the Farthest Star" — 25 minutes[3] (Star Trek: The Animated Series)
  • "Calypso" — 17 minutes[4] (Star Trek: Short Treks (Star Trek:Discovery))
  • "Encounter at Farpoint" (unified version) — 1 hour 31 minutes / 90 minutes [5] (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
  • "The Best of Both Worlds, Part I" — 45 minutes[6] (Star Trek: The Next Generation)

References

  1. ^ Hadyniak, Kyle (2018-11-10). "[REVIEW] Star Trek: Short Treks: "Calypso": Season Two Can Wait". TREKNEWS.NET | Your daily dose of Star Trek news and opinion. Retrieved 2021-03-26.
  2. ^ holodeck3 (2013-06-11). "The Extended Version Of Star Trek TNG 'The Measure Of A Man'". Holodeck3. Retrieved 2021-03-26.
  3. ^ Star Trek: The Animated Series Video - Beyond The Farthest Star | Stream Free On CWSeed.com, retrieved 2018-12-18
  4. ^ Hadyniak, Kyle (2018-11-10). "[REVIEW] Star Trek: Short Treks: "Calypso": Season Two Can Wait". TREKNEWS.NET | Your daily dose of Star Trek news and opinion. Retrieved 2021-03-26.
  5. ^ Mir, Carlos; a (2016-07-12). "Why Are All TNG Two-Parters So Damn Good? [Op-Ed]". TREKNEWS.NET | Your daily dose of Star Trek news and opinion. Retrieved 2021-03-26.
  6. ^ Mir, Carlos; a (2016-07-12). "Why Are All TNG Two-Parters So Damn Good? [Op-Ed]". TREKNEWS.NET | Your daily dose of Star Trek news and opinion. Retrieved 2021-03-26.

See also


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