Next Episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (DS9) focuses on the 24th century adventures of Captain Benjamin Sisko on space station Deep Space 9, an outpost situated near the mouth of a stable wormhole on the far reaches of explored space. Although Sisko commands Deep Space 9, the station actually belongs to the inhabitants of nearby Bajor, who requested Starfleet's protective presence after Bajoran freedom fighters put an end to the brutal Cardassian occupation of their world. Approximately a sixth of the station's 300 permanent residents are Starfleet personnel; there is also a sizable Bajoran militia presence. The rest of Deep Space 9's inhabitants are civilians, most of whom work in the station's Promenade, a kind of indoor marketplace. Initially, Sisko's mandate from Starfleet was to protect Bajor and the station from any hostiles who ventured into the area. But with the discovery of the nearby wormhole—a shortcut through space that leads directly to the uncharted Gamma quadrant—Sisko's mandate has expanded exponentially, as the region becomes the gateway to all manner of visitors, both friendly and extremely hostile.
When Quark presents Major Kira with an earring belonging to a presumed dead Bajoran Resistance legend, she and Chief O'Brien journey to Cardassia IV in an attempt to free him from from a slave-labour colony. Meanwhile, an extremist Bajoran faction known as The Circle continues to agitate tensions on DS9 and Bajor.
When Kira is removed from her post aboard DS9, Vedek Bareil invites her to visit his monastery on Bajor to reflect on her next step. Meanwhile, Odo, Sisko, and Li Nalas attempt to discover who is the driving force behind The Circle when they begin arming themselves with weapons from a mysterious source.
As Federation citizens are evacuated from DS9, Sisko and a skeleton crew attempt to prevent The Circle and the Bajoran military forces under their control from occupying the station. Kira and Dax attempt to reach the Chamber of Ministers on Bajor with evidence of Cardassian involvement in the conflict.
When a violent plasma storm leads to the evacuation of the station, the remaining crew are overtaken by a group of mercenaries led by a timid Trill named Verad who has plans for Lieutenant Dax.
Political tensions rise on DS9 when Bajorans board the station with a orphaned Cardassian whom they have adopted.
Ensign Melora Pazlar, a new arrival on DS9 with a special gravity-based disability, finds an admirer in Bashir. Meanwhile, Quark receives a death threat from one of his former associates.
Grand Nagus Zek assigns Quark to initiate negotiations with a planet in the Gamma Quadrant, the Nagus believes it will help the Ferengi Alliance get a profitable business foothold in new territory. However, the plan is put into jeopardy when Quark's new associate turns out to be more than he appears.
After an attempt on Quark's life, Odo re-opens an unsolved five-year-old murder investigation in which Kira Nerys was originally a suspect.
On the fourth anniversary of his wife's death at the massacre at Wolf 359, Sisko has an unexpected encounter with a mysterious woman visiting the station.
A group of refugees from the Gamma Quadrant travel through the wormhole in search of their fabled homeland, Kentanna.
Quark feels threatened when a charming con artist arrives on the station and opens up a competing bar and casino on the Promenade. Meanwhile, Chief O'Brien is determined to beat Doctor Bashir at racquetball.
Dr. Mora Pol, the Bajoran scientist who studied Odo when he was first discovered, arrives on DS9 with evidence that he has found DNA signatures similar to Odo's on a planet in the Gamma Quadrant.
Chief O'Brien and Dr. Bashir help the T'Lani and the Kelleruns eliminate their stockpiles of deadly biological weapons used in their centuries-long war. However, when both governments decide to make sure no technical knowledge of the weapons remains, O'Brien and Bashir must put their differences aside in the name of survival.
Upon returning from a mission to the Parada system, O'Brien begins to notice the crew acting strange around him and suspects there may be some unknown influence at work.
While surveying nearby star systems for M-Class planets, Sisko and O'Brien find themselves stranded on a previously unknown colony world where the colonists have adapted to life without advanced technology.
After discovering a colony in the Gamma Quadrant, Dax and Odo investigate the mysterious disappearance of several colonists. Back on the station Vedek Bareil visits Kira, and Jake gets a job with Chief O'Brien.
While hosting her first Trill initiate, Dax discovers a tiny, expanding protouniverse that threatens to destroy the entire Bajoran system.
When a damaged Cardassian ship shows up near DS9, Quark is unexpectedly reunited with his lost Cardassian love, who is now a member of the Cardassian dissident movement.
Three legendary Klingon warriors reunite on DS9 seeking Curzon Dax, with whom they entered into a blood oath to one day exact revenge on their sworn enemy. Finding Jadzia to be as worthy a warrior as they felt Curzon to be, they invite her to join them on their crusade.
When a Cardassian freighter, the Bok'Nor, explodes at DS9, the Cardassians blame Federation colonists in the newly established Demilitarized Zone. Meanwhile, Quark is approached by a Vulcan with an unusual business proposition.
Under increasing pressure from Starfleet Command, Sisko tries to rescue Gul Dukat, stop the Maquis from escalating conflict within the Demilitarized Zone, and prevent an all-out war between Cardassia and the Federation.
Nana Visitor(Colonel Kira Nerys)
Colm Meaney(Chief Miles O'Brien)
Nicole de Boer(Lieutenant Ezri Dax)
Michael Dorn(Lt. Commander Worf)
Alexander Siddig(Dr. Julian Bashir)
Avery Brooks(Captain Benjamin Sisko)
Terry Farrell(Lt. Commander Jadzia Dax)
Cirroc Lofton(Jake Sisko)
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