The Quark actor used his time on 'Deep Space Nine' to set things right for the Ferengi.
Armin Shimerman, René Auberjonois, Nana Visitor, J.G. Hertzler and other actors adding their voices to STO's fourth major expansion
Sisko is back in another Deep Space Nine adventure from David R. George III
At this point the crew of the Discovery has now spent more time in the Mirror Universe than any past/future Star Trek crew. Deep Space Nine still has more Mirror-related episodes, but none of the characters who […] The post Star Trek: Discovery Pulls Off a Big Reveal in the Mirror Universe appeared first on Geek.com.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is well remembered for bringing serialized storytelling into the franchise in a big way. Now, we know that another Trek show actually helped those behind DS9 do just that.
In our latest SF&F Question we address one of the biggest controversies in the history of science fiction television: did Star Trek: Deep Space Nine rip off its contemporary and "rival"space station show Babylon 5? The Basics Deep Space Nine was the second spin-off television series based on Star Trek. Show More Summary
La La Land Records have announced the details of their latest Star Trek soundtrack release, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Collection, Volume 2, a follow up to their previous DS9 collection, which was released all the way back in 2013 (20th...Show More Summary
"Ours is the one that is almost like a Russian novel," says Rene Auberjonois of Deep Space Nine, which is the best Star Trek series, and is now officially old enough to rent a car.
When Star Trek: Deep Space Nine debuted in 1993, few people could have guessed that it would succeed by taking the Trek legacy in a darker and more morally complicated direction than what fans had previously been used to. Even so, it turns out that one star of the series was...
The people behind DS9 talk about how it was a different kind of Star Trek show. Plus, La-La Land has announced a new DS9 soundtrack release.
When Star Trek: Deep Space Nine premiered 25 years ago, it was entering into a storied science-fiction enterprise that prized camaraderie and intellectual curiosity. Almost immediately, Deep Space Nine set itself apart from its predecessors. If previous incarnations saw their story lines born from a place of peace and exploration, ... More »
It’s been twenty-five years since Deep Space Nine made its debut and some of those who created and acted in the show...
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine turns 25 years old today. Deep Space Nine hit screens on 3 January 1993 with its feature-length pilot episode Emissary. The first spin-off from Star Trek: The Next Generation, the series was the first (and, to date, only) instalment of the Star Trek franchise not to be set on a starship. Show More Summary
Jack Blessing, best-known to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine fans as Temporal Investigations agent Dulmar, is dead at the age of sixty-six....
What We Left Behind, a crowdfunded documentary on the history and impact of Star Trek. Deep Space Nine, has hit a few snags. More »
Ira Steven Behr's Star Trek: DS9 doc 'What We Left Behind' announced some changes today.
Variety did a photo shoot today celebrating the coming 25th anniversary of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
“Payoff” is the long con of serialized television. Anybody who’s watched a show that’s trying to be the next Breaking Bad, the next Mad Men, the next Sopranos, hell, the next Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, has felt the cheat. You give the show regular installments of your time, be they in weekly allotments or in big,… Read more...
Watch and listen to The Warp Zone boldly perform this awesome A capella medley of Star Trek themes, including The Original Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise. Follow The Warp Zone on YouTube for weekly comedy, gaming, and music videos about all things nerdy. [via The Awesomer]
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Gamma – Original Sin by David R. George III The Story: “At the end of 2385, in...