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Raumschiff Enterprise – Das nächste Jahrhundert ist eine US-amerikanische Science-Fiction-Fernsehserie, die in den Vereinigten Staaten von 19unter dem Originaltitel Star Trek: The Next Generation erstausgestrahlt wurde. Hauptsächlich. von 19unter dem Originaltitel Star Trek: The Next Generation erstausgestrahlt wurde. Hauptsächlich in Fan-Kreisen wird sie mit TNG abgekürzt. Star Trek: The Next Generation, dt. auch: Star Trek: Die nächste Generation (Heyne), Abkürzung: TNG) ist die erste Star Trek-Live-Action-Serie nach der. The Enterprise stumbles upon a Dyson sphere, with a ship crashed on the outer surface. An away team finds some systems still powered up and the chief. Alternativtitel: Star Trek - Das nächste Jahrhundert tlg. US-Science-Fiction-Serie von Gene Roddenberry („Star Trek: The Next Generation“; –).
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Ira Graves, considered by many to be the greatest living mind in the universe. When they arrive, they find everyone aboard the Lantree dead from old age.
When the Federation promotes an officer exchange program, Riker decides to accept an assignment aboard a Klingon warship. Data resigns his commission rather than be dismantled for examination by an inadequately skilled scientist.
Wesley Crusher suffers from the pangs of first love when the Enterprise is tasked to transport a young woman, Salia, back to her home.
The Enterprise investigates strange debris in orbit around a nearby planet only to find a piece of a NASA spacecraft emblazoned with the US flag.
The Enterprise comes across a Federation shuttlecraft that is floating in space and without much power but does exhibit life signs. Riker's delight at being offered command of the USS Aries turns to frustration when the man sent to prepare him is his estranged father.
Upon arriving at a newly identified planetary group, the crew finds that the entire region is unstable. Q tries to prove that Capt.
Picard needs him on the crew by hurling the Enterprise 7, light years away, where they first encounter the Borg.
With Capt. Picard away for routine surgery, the Enterprise responds to a distress call from a Pakled vessel. When Starfleet receives an old Earth distress signal from deep in space, the Enterprise is sent to investigate.
Troi is more than just a little embarrassed when her mother, Lwaxana -- as outrageous as ever -- arrives on board the Enterprise.
The Enterprise is ordered to proceed to an emergency rendezvous to collect a special envoy who is traveling from Starbase to meet them.
The crew participates in a battle exercise, pitting Capt. Picard against Riker. Yet they are all caught off guard when the Ferengi arrive.
Riker returns from an away team mission wounded and infected with microbes from the planet below, and is soon in a coma in sick bay.
As the crew sets out on new adventures, the Ferengi kidnap Troi and Riker, Data experiences fatherhood, and a time shift brings back Tasha Yar.
The Enterprise is carrying an eminent scientist, Dr. Paul Stubbs, to the site of a binary star where they are expecting a massive stellar explosion.
After a century of silence, the Enterprise receives a message from the Sheliac system informing them that they have discovered a human colony.
The Enterprise responds to a distress call from Rana IV, a Federation colony that is under attack from an unknown alien ship.
A proto-Vulcan culture worships Capt. Picard as if he were a god, and they prepare to offer a sacrifice in his honor.
A startling surprise awaits the crew of the Enterprise when a mission costs the life of a crew member, who left her son behind.
The Enterprise picks up ancient radio signal code from the ruined planet Orelious IX, a remnant of a total war over 1, years ago.
La Forge gets left behind on a storm-plagued planet when the rest of his team encounters a Romulan warrior. While the Enterprise hosts negotiations for control of a stable wormhole, Troi forms a personal relationship with an opposing negotiator.
The Enterprise pursues a race of "gatherers" who continue to raid Federation outposts, unaware of the dangers lurking among them.
When a Romulan officer defects to the Federation and warns of an impending invasion, Capt. Picard struggles to decide if he is to be believed.
Investigating a planet applying for membership into the Federation, the crew of the Enterprise finds a group of inhabitants who used to be soldiers.
While visiting a planet under civil war, Dr. Crusher is taken hostage by an opposing faction of the planet's ruling government. Much to Capt.
Picard's displeasure, Q reappears on the Enterprise claiming to have been ejected from the Q Continuum and stripped of his powers.
The widow of respected scientist Dr. Nel Apgar accuses Riker of seducing her and killing her husband. When the long-lost Enterprise C enters the Enterprise D's time and space continuum, an alternate history places the crew at war with the Klingons.
Hoping to further his creator's work and perpetuate his species, Data creates an android named Lal. A Klingon commander boards the Enterprise in an officer exchange program initiated by Starfleet, much to the chagrin of the crew.
Picard is kidnapped and held with three different aliens, while an impostor takes his place aboard the Enterprise. After mediating a treaty, Capt.
Picard is encouraged to take a much needed vacation -- yet his efforts to rest are repeatedly interrupted.
A former patient of Troi's arrives to help the Enterprise establish contact with an unusual alien ship before the Romulans can reach it.
A shy member of the Enterprise crew becomes addicted to the holodeck, where relationships are easier there than in real life.
After the crew transports a dangerous material to the Enterprise, a collector carries out an intricate plan to kidnap Data.
Legendary Federation ambassador Sarek visits the Enterprise to conclude peace talks with a race called the Legarans. When Troi's mother spurns advances made by a Ferengi, DaiMon, he takes it upon himself to kidnap both mother and daughter.
The Enterprise finds a deserted planet and a downed ship's lone survivor, who has no memory but possesses extraordinary healing powers.
Responding to a distress call on one of the Federation's outermost colonies, the Enterprise arrives and must face a powerful foe.
In Season 4, Wesley Crusher departs for Starfleet Academy, Data finally meets his creator, an away team teleports aboard a Borg ship and much more.
As acting captain, Commander Riker has no choice but to fire full force on the Borg starship, despite Capt. Picard being on board. The crew of the Enterprise returns to Earth for shore leave.
Still recovering from his experience with the Borg, Picard meets up with his brother. After an accident aboard the Enterprise leaves one of its children in danger, Data commandeers the ship and charts a course to an unknown destination.
On a rescue mission to a Talarian shipwreck, the Enterprise team discovers that one of the alien crew members is a young human.
Crusher's anxiety over losing loved ones is magnified when she becomes trapped in an alternate reality. The crew of the Enterprise enters into orbit around the home planet of their former crewmate, Tasha Yar, where they encounter her sister.
When the head of the Klingon high council passes on, Capt. Picard finds himself in the middle of the struggle for the now-vacant position.
Riker has to leave his birthday party early to head an away team after a Romulan secret base is found on a planet which was believed uninhabited.
Picard at the negotiation proceedings of a mining dispute. While the Enterprise struggles to contend with a mysterious life-form, Troi inexplicably loses her empathetic powers.
Data tries to comprehend the complex emotions between O'Brien and Keiko, who are about to be married. Picard races against time to find out the facts behind a Cardassian commander's claim that the Federation attacked one of their outposts.
While answering a distress call, Capt. Picard finds himself dealing with a person who claims to be the planet's version of the Devil.
After passing through a wormhole, the crew uncovers clues that they were unconscious for more than the 30 seconds they were led to believe.
A surgically altered Riker has been on an acculturation mission for months under an alias. But a serious injury threatens to blow his cover.
While the Enterprise is in a starbase, La Forge gets a very special visitor: brilliant engineering designer Dr. Leah Brahms. The Enterprise has finally tracked down the missing starship USS Brattain, but Troi senses trouble with the life on board.
La Forge's friend Leijten expresses concern about the whereabouts of their former crewmates. Soon both begin suffering worrisome ailments.
When assigned to investigate an unknown probe, Lt. Barclay receives an unexplainable boost of confidence and a vast increase in his knowledge.
As Capt. Picard prepares to host a big event for the Federation Archaeology Council, the arrival of an old flame stirs up unexpected drama.
A retired admiral boards the Enterprise to investigate a possible act of sabotage and puts Capt. Picard in an uncomfortable position.
Troi's mother visits the Enterprise and becomes infatuated with a man whose culture forces him into a suicidal ritual called the Resolution.
Crusher falls for a visiting ambassador, only to discover that he's not quite what she thought. La Forge is brainwashed by the Romulans and ordered to assassinate a Klingon ambassador.
When a female crewmember is infatuated with Data, he decides to give a romantic relationship a try. Both Capt. Picard and Lt.
Worf must decide where their priorities lie as the Klingon Empire descends into civil war. Picard experiences an alternate lifetime, Worf adapts to fatherhood, the Vulcans and the Romulans come close to brokering peace and more.
Picard and his crew must stop the Romulans from helping their pawns win it. Picard must learn to communicate with a race who speaks in a language that is not compatible with the universal translator.
A new officer, Ensign Ro, is enlisted to track down a band of Bajoran terrorists. Yet Ro, a Bajoran herself, must first win her crewmates' trust.
Riker, Data, Crusher and other crew members are setting up a colony on an Earth-like planet when they're hit by an electrical storm.
When the Enterprise's systems are disrupted after hitting a quantum filament, Troi is left in command while Capt.
Picard is stuck in the turbolift. Wesley Crusher returns to the Enterprise on vacation from Starfleet Academy, only to discover the crew is acting mysteriously.
Picard and Data follow Spock into Romulan space on a dangerous mission. Senator Pardek finds Capt. Picard on Romulus and brings him to ambassador Spock, who explains about the chance of a Vulcan-Romulan reunification.
Reaching Penthara IV after an asteroid wreaks havoc of catastrophic proportions, the Enterprise crew deals with trying to save the planet.
Worf's mother boards the Enterprise with his son and news that Worf's human parents can no longer care for him. Data rescues a boy, and in a way to repress his own pain, the boy begins to mimic Data's personality.
Transporting three Ullian mind-probing historians, the Enterprise crew is stymied when some of its members fall into a coma. The Enterprise is on a mission to warn the human colony on planet Moab IV about a massive stellar fragment that's approaching.
When an approaching alien ship wipes their memory, the crew struggles to put back together what happened. A long-lost ship is found on a planet where cosmic storms prevented detection for years.
After an accident that leaves him no longer able to walk, Worf asks Riker to help him commit suicide. Riker falls for a member of an androgynous race, who lost a couple of their people in an unmapped region of space.
The Enterprise gets caught in a time loop which always has one result: total destruction of the ship. Wesley Crusher's team has an accident at Starfleet Academy.
Picard offers to help a Starfleet investigation into what happened. As the Enterprise crew prepares for an unexpected wedding, the ship begins experiencing strange breakdowns.
The Enterprise is unwittingly used to present a unique gift to an alien race: a beautiful empath whose sole purpose is to please her mate.
A child who recently moved onto the Enterprise begins playing with an imaginary friend, but the new playmate begins affecting the ship's operations.
The Enterprise finds a lone Borg drone, separated from the collective, and brings him aboard. When the Enterprise responds to a Romulan ship's distress call, Ensign Ro and La Forge are lost in a transporter malfunction.
Picard awakens to find himself in a village where he is a well-known member of the community suffering from a delusion of being a starship captain.
The Enterprise is called upon by scientists to return to Earth when there is evidence that aliens had visited the planet in the late s.
The crew faces numerous quandaries, from another confrontation with the omnipotent alien Q to dealing with inquisitive 19th-century writer Mark Twain.
Picard and the crew follow Data back to the s to get him back, only to find the suspected alien visitors killing people of that time period.
Overcoming his fear of the transporter, Lt. Barclay joins an away team, only to have visions of something in the beam with him.
When the Enterprise comes to the rescue of an ambassador and his mother, Troi finds herself attracted to him. The Enterprise stumbles upon a Dyson Sphere, with a ship crashed on the outer surface.
Commander Riker and other members of the crew are unable to find rest, putting the Enterprise on the trail of a mystery.
When an honor student in the medical field is assigned to the Enterprise as an intern, she begins to demonstrate powers of the Q.
After their shuttle is caught in an energy field, Capt. Picard and three others are beamed back to the ship -- but they rematerialize as children.
While the crew is experiencing some much needed down time, Worf and his son go on an Old West excursion on the holodeck. When La Forge is assigned to survey a new mining development, Dr.
Farallon uses her new robot, called an Exocomp, to repair a power grid. Picard is replaced as captain of the Enterprise so he, Worf and Dr.
Crusher can go on a secret mission into Cardassian space. While the humorless Capt. However, the color blue clashed with the android make-up, and the idea was changed.
Data was reassigned as the Chief Operations Officer and sported a gold uniform for all seven seasons except for two episodes, which were; season four, episode eight, "Future Imperfect", in which we see him on the bridge as the First Officer in the possible future scenario, and season six, episodes ten and eleven, "Chain of Command" in which he's promoted to First Officer, and wears a red tunic.
The corridor, engineering, transporter room, and battle bridge sets were derived from sets originally built for the first four Star Trek movies.
As the show progressed, producers decided to give Data a cat named Spot. Ironically, Brent Spiner despises cats, and admitted in interviews that with most cats, the feeling was mutual.
Gene Roddenberry 's original scripts for the pilot, Star Trek: The Next Generation: Encounter at Farpoint , did not include any scenes set in the Enterprise's engine room.
When he learned that Paramount Pictures was therefore refusing to pay to build an engine room set, he revised the scripts to include the engine room.
The number 47 pops up an inordinate amount of times on computer screens, serial numbers, dates and so on.
This tradition was started by writer and co-producer Joe Menosky , and was soon picked up by the rest of the production team. Menosky said that he chose that particular number because when he was a graduate student at Pomona College, Professor of Mathematics Donald Bentley proved, as a joke, that all numbers are equal to When producers decided not to bring back Diana Muldaur for season three, they considered introducing a new doctor to the series.
Fans had expressed their disappointment over Gates McFadden 's departure after season one, and rather than introduce the third doctor in as many seasons, producers decided to bring back Gates McFadden as Dr.
The series takes place from to While there were negotiations to sell this show to one of the major television networks, it was ultimately decided to air the series in syndication, as that was how Star Trek: The Original Series ultimately found success.
In addition, Gene Roddenberry maintained resentment over network interference with the original series, as well as other attempted series, and wanted to work independently from the networks.
Whoopi Goldberg the recurring mysterious barkeeper Guinan, seasons two through six, and Star Trek: Generations , was given the role after being a fan of Star Trek: The Original Series and expressing interesting in having a recurring role on this show.
In this series, the uniforms worn by Romulan military officers have a variety of patterns and colors on them.
These do not appear to have anything to do with the Romulan's position or rank. A popular fan theory is that Romulan uniforms are patterned according to family or clan affiliation.
The original Starfleet uniforms were one-piece spandex jumpsuits that, per Gene Roddenberry 's request, were made one size smaller than that of the actors and actresses wearing them.
Roddenberry wanted the suits to be perfectly skin tight over the actors'and actresses' bodies, like a second skin. The three live-action Star Trek series after Star Trek: The Original Series each had a cameo appearance by a character from its predecessor series in its premiere episode.
McCoy, M. DeForest Kelley appear as an honored guest being escorted by the Enterprise-D. She returned to the show, making her unavailable for Patriot Games , so she was replaced by Anne Archer.
The genesis for the creation of Data stemmed from an earlier television project by Gene Roddenberry. In , Roddenberry created an unsold pilot for a proposed series called The Questor Tapes , which centered around an android studying humanity while seeking his creator.
Denise Crosby left the series feeling dissatisfied with the proper development of her character, and the desire to pursue movie roles.
Crosby credits Gene Roddenberry with understanding her reasons and respecting her wishes to leave the series.
Crosby also maintains that most other producers would have made her stick to her contract and stay with the show. During the first season, Gene Roddenberry clashed virtually non-stop with the writing team and Paramount Pictures executives.
Roddenberry and Paramount fought back and forth over the length of the show, and later, the length of the pilot.
He was also known for re-writing scripts of other writers and letting his lawyer do so as well, violating WGA rules , or praising them one day, then firing the writer the next.
Unbeknownst to the rest of the creative team at the time, Roddenberry had suffered a series of ministrokes, which greatly affected his mood and memory.
He was also known for drinking heavily through the lunch hour, and most of the afternoon, against doctor's orders, which caused him broad mood swings and confusion.
Running for seven seasons, the show briefly held the record for longest-running American live-action science fiction television series though several fantasy series ran longer.
In , the record was taken by The X-Files , which ended after nine seasons. Ultimately, Stargate SG-1 took the record with ten seasons. This was then surpassed by Smallville , also with ten seasons, but consisting of more episodes.
The record is now held by Supernatural , which is currently standing at fourteen seasons as of November Early in the planning stages of the series, Roger C.
Carmel was offered the chance to return as his Star Trek: The Original Series character Harry Mudd, but he died before production would have begun.
Attempts were also reportedly made to get Leonard Nimoy to appear during the first season, but fans had to wait four years for that to happen in Star Trek: The Next Generation: Unification II Lieutenant Worf wears a golden Klingon baldric sash during the show's first season.
William Ware Theiss costume designer for Star Trek: The Original Series , as well as this show's first season re-used this item from an original series Klingon costume.
At the start of the second season, after Worf is promoted to Chief of Security, he wears a silver baldric, and wears the same one throughout the rest of the series run, as well as on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine The only exception is in the final episode during the past timeline, where Worf wears the gold baldric one more time.
This version, made out of aluminum and gray leather, was designed by second season costume designer Durinda Wood because the gold sash was starting to show signs of wear and tear.
The decision to produce this series for syndication, rather than for a network, was considered a gamble at the time. It was the most expensive project of its kind ever attempted, but it did so well, it ended up opening the door for a tidal wave of made-for-syndication dramatic series including Hercules: The Legendary Journeys , Xena: Warrior Princess , Andromeda , Star Trek: Deep Space Nine , and Baywatch , which continued for more than a decade.
Had the show failed, Paramount Pictures would have just added the segments to the Star Trek syndication package, just as they did with the remastered pilot Star Trek: The Original Series: The Cage Data is based on Xon, a full Vulcan lacking emotion with high intelligence who aspires to learn about, and attempts to mimic, human behavior.
In addition, Phase II would have seen Kirk as mostly ship bound, matured, and tempered by experience, while mellowing with age, traits given to Captain Picard.
Original series writers D. Fontana and David Gerrold brought separate WGA arbitration suits against Gene Roddenberry , alleging that they had authored large portions of this show's series bible, and deserved co-creator credit.
Fontana and Gerrold had been among the first people contacted by Roddenberry to work on the series and develop early concepts for the show.
Both suits were settled in favor of the writers, who each received undisclosed settlements, while Roddenberry retained sole creator credit.
The terms of each settlement also prevent Fontana, Gerrold, or anyone else associated with either arbitration suit from discussing the details of the settlement.
The series was first officially announced in late , as part of events celebrating Star Trek's twentieth anniversary.
Beginning with season three, each season ended with cliffhanger episodes. Initially, the first season was to end in a cliffhanger, but the plans were scrapped due to the impending writers' strike.
Had the cliffhanger happened, season two would have begun with the introduction of the Borg, who, as it turned out, debuted toward the end of season two, in Star Trek: The Next Generation: Q Who A cliffhanger ending to the second season became an impossibility due to that season going over budget.
Deanna Troi was nearly written out after the first season, and, in fact, is absent from many of those episodes. But after Tasha Yar and Dr.
Crusher were written out, Troi was kept. Many displays and readouts on this show also have smaller printing, or sight gags, that are too small to be read on a television screen.
These were known internally as "Okudagrams", after production designer Michael Okuda. One such joke is on the medical displays and reads "Medical Insurance Remaining".
Gene Roddenberry had made public his plans to add gay characters to the show with Geordi La Forge reported to be one such character in the original series treatment , and had even commissioned scripts to introduce them at the start of the series' run.
However, with his declining health and subsequent death leaving executive producer Rick Berman in charge of production, these plans were scrapped, and as of no overtly gay characters have appeared in any "Star Trek" television series or movie, though several were originally scripted as such.
Though no public reason has ever been cited for this omission, writers David Gerrold , Ronald D. Star Trek, long praised as a pioneer in introducing awareness of social causes into popular entertainment, has been criticized for having cold feet on this particular matter.
This decision by the creative team was partly out of respect and an homage to real-life LGBT activist and gay actor George Takei, who originally portrayed Hiraku Sulu.
Ironically, Takei was disappointed by the decision in the change, stating that this development for his character is out of step with what creator Gene Roddenberry would have wanted.
The Ferengi were modelled after stereotypical lawyers: always making deals, following contract laws, overly concerned with money, and looking down on women.
At one point, it was indicated that the Enterprise had a team of rotating Chief Engineers. Argyle was the only one to make two appearances, and in addition was portrayed as Chief Engineer in the earliest novels and DC Comics Limited Series based on the show.
This led to speculation that he would become a permanent character, but the Chief Engineer's position was given solely to LaForge beginning with the second season.
Two fans used a VCR, a microphone and some Star Trek sounds which were embedded in a merchandise key fob to create their own version of some episodes.
At first, in the mid 90s, they were distributed on VHS and were only available to a small group of Star Trek fans.
But with the rising popularity of the Internet, the episodes got a much wider audience, subsequently gained cult status and, to this day, are shown at Star Trek: The Original Series conventions.
Meanwhile, they were approved by Paramount Pictures, and it's legal to download them. As of fall , pieces of the original bridge, including the chairs and consoles, and a large Enterprise schematic, are preserved, and on display at the Hollywood Entertainment Museum, on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles, California.
Originally, Dennis McCarthy , a series main composer, composed a different theme music cue before the decision was made to re-use Jerry Goldsmith 's theme from Star Trek: The Motion Picture Paramount Pictures was at first reluctant to do an updated Star Trek television series, feeling it would result in less fan interest towards the Trek movie franchise.
When first selling the series to individual television stations as opposed to the networks , priority was given to stations airing Star Trek: The Original Series Production difficulties wreaked havoc on the show from its inception.
Gene Roddenberry 's health began to decline due to continued heavy alcohol and drug use against doctors' orders, following a series of strokes, hypertension, and diabetes, though he did his best to hide his condition from Paramount Pictures and the cast and crew.
In a most unusual practice, he set up his lawyer Leonard Maizlish with office space in the production office, to act as an aide. Maizlish clashed repeatedly with the rest of the creative team, in particular, after he was caught breaking into offices and computers, and was performing re-writes on scripts, despite no previous writing experience.
Roddenberry routinely deferred to Maizlish regarding creative decisions on hiring cast and crew, but when the lawyer was revealed to have re-written scripts, a violation of WGA practices, he was banned from the lot, though not before original series writers David Gerrold and D.
Fontana quit the show. Maizlish had also hired producer Maurice Hurley as head writer and producer over Gerrold and Fontana, both of whom were instrumental in creating the new series.
Hurley clashed with the rest of the writers and the cast. Thirty writers quit the series in the first season, or were fired at Maizlish's and Roddenberry's behest, and Gates McFadden left after the first season due to creative differences.
Between the first two seasons, Hurley suggested Paramount Pictures fire the entire cast and effectively reset the show, though he was overruled.
He left following the second season, and was replaced by Rick Berman , who rehired McFadden and retooled the show to be more character-driven.
By that time, Roddenberry had all but retired from the show, unable to work due to his health. He died during production of season five.
Marina Sirtis wore dark contact lenses for her role as Deanna Troi. In reality, her eyes are green, but the producers felt the characters eyes should reflect her dark hair.
While working on the movie, Schultz asked Goldberg to pass on his request to make an appearance on the series. Upon taking over as head writer at the start of season three, Michael Piller opened story suggestion submissions from nonprofessional and unrepresented writers.
This resulted in the show becoming only the second Hollywood produced television series with any such open submission policies, following Rod Serling's Twilight Zone.
A "Grand Corridor" set, intended to go around the perimeter of the Enterprise-D's saucer section, was conceived, but scrapped before being constructed, because it would have been too expensive to maintain.
Although it is frequently stated that a Vulcan named Doctor Selar is one of the most important members of Beverly Crusher's medical staff, the two are never seen together.
Night Court spoofed this in an episode where a group of Trekkers are brought before Judge Stone Harry Anderson for getting into a fist fight over this dispute.
Brent Spiner , who played Lieutenant Commander Data, appeared in several episodes of Night Court as Bob Wheeler, the patriarch of a hillbilly family that kept getting hauled before Judge Stone for one wacky reason or another.
Rosalind Chao read for the part of Tasha Yar. Gene Roddenberry created the recurring character of Lwaxana Troi with his wife Majel Barrett in mind.
He based the role on the title character in Auntie Mame , and later joked that Barrett was so perfect for the role, she wouldn't even need to act.
Jeffrey Combs auditioned for the role of William T. FOX Network showed interest in airing the series, but couldn't come to an agreement with producers on how many episodes to buy for the first season.
The network only wanted to commit to thirteen episodes for the first season, and debut it when the network was launched in Spring, The producers wanted a full season commitment and for the series to premiere in September of that year.
The Borg were planned to be insectoid aliens, but the special effects budget wouldn't cut it. Season one, episode twenty-five, "Conspiracy", shows the aliens that would have been the Borg in the original concept.
A similar race, the Jarada from season one, episode twelve, "The Big Goodbye", never even appear on-screen.
As the show progressed, writers had hoped to depict a shipboard wedding involving one of the show's characters.
Producers at one point considered having Picard being permanently married, but ultimately decided to have lead recurring character O'Brien married instead, in Star Trek: The Next Generation: Data's Day At one point, O'Brien's wife was to be a female crew member, who replaced Wesley as the ship's Conn Officer.
David Gerrold , a writer from Star Trek: The Original Series , was a consultant and uncredited story editor on the first two seasons.
He left in a dispute after a script of his containing two implied gay characters, and an allegorical reference to AIDS, was pulled from production at the last minute.
Diana Muldaur Dr. Although Dr. Pulaski Diana Muldaur appeared as a regular character for the entire length of season two, her name was never listed in the opening credits for the series.
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