Next Episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG) focuses on the 24th century adventures of Captain Jean-Luc Picard aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise (NCC-1701-D). This incarnation of the famous starship is much larger than the one captained by James T. Kirk a century earlier, and, accordingly, it carries a larger crew complement: 1,012 men, women…and, surprisingly, children. This era's Starfleet Command believes that men and women are more likely to sign up for long-term exploratory missions if they think of their ship as home. Thus, Picard's crew enjoys many of the comforts they'd have otherwise left behind, including a wide variety of recreational opportunities, "replicated" food dishes to suit every palate, and quarters large enough to share with spouses and offspring. There are schools for the children and a bar (stocked with synthetic alcohol, or synthehol) where the adults can unwind. However, the ongoing mission—no longer limited to a mere five years—remains virtually the same as it was during Kirk's time: to seek out new life and new civilizations, and to boldly go where no one has gone before.
When a alien race demands that a lost human colony is to be evacuated, Data is sent to deal with the issue and has problems convincing the leader of the colony to abandon their homes.
Captain Picard and the crew visit a isolate planet that is the home to two people who lived through a devastating attack. Picard then begins to suspect that all is not as it seems when the Enterprise is repeatedly attacked by a unknown ship.
When a secret Federation observation post is accidentally revealed, a primitive culture ends up worshiping Picard as a god and prepares to sacrifice Troi to appease him.
Worf takes responsibility for a boy when his mother, the ships archaeologist is killed on a away mission.
The Enterprise experiences a rapid energy drain that leaves the crew vulnerable to radiation exposure while exploring in a area of space where a alien race once lived.
A Romulan warship thwarts attempts to rescue Geordi, stranded on a planet swept by electrical storms.
Troi falls for a handsome delegate who uses underhanded tactics in negotiations.
Picard offers to mediate a dispute between a peaceful society and a renegade clan that steals to live.
A Romulan defector leads the Enterprise into a confrontation that could erupt into war.
A prison escapee claims he is a soldier brainwashed by his goverment to kill.
A radical takes Dr. Crusher hostage to treat his injured Comrades.
Picard's nemesis Q, claiming to have lost his powers, appears on the Enterprise.
A widow accuses Riker of seducing her and killing her husband, a respected scientist.
An Enterprise from the past breaks through a time rift, altering the course of history.
An admiral (Nicolas Coster) wants to remove Data's creation, a female android, from the Enterprise.
Lt. Worf and his brother Kurn defend their family honor when the Klingon high council accuses their late father of treason.
Vulcan ambassador Sarek becomes temperamental while on the Enterprise with his wife.
The Ferengi kidnap Riker, Troi and her visiting mother.
The Enterprise crew saves a badly injured humanoid who possesses remarkable powers.
The Borg advance their plans to assimilate the human race by kidnapping Picard and making him into their spokesman.
Jonathan Frakes(Commander William T. Riker)
Denise Crosby(Lt. Tasha Yar)
Marina Sirtis(Counselor Deanna Troi)
Wil Wheaton(Ensign Wesley Crusher)
Michael Dorn(Lieutenant Worf)
Brent Spiner(Lt. Commander Data)
Patrick Stewart(Captain Jean-Luc Picard)
Gates McFadden(Dr. Beverly Crusher)
LeVar Burton(Lt. Commander Geordi LaForge)
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