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Star Trek: The Next Generation, Season 1HDClosed Captioning

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In the first season of Star Trek: The Next Generation, the Enterprise is led by Captain Jean-Luc Picard on its maiden quest to "boldly go where no man has gone before." The crew travels to the far reaches of space and encounters lost travelers, mysteries galaxies and the entity only known as Q. Along the way, they must help one of their own who is taken prisoner by a force that survives of the suffering of others. Picard faces his competency as a captain while dealing with the loss of a crew member and must discover the intentions of the Federation as the Enterprise is sent to confront the Romulans in the Neutral Zone. Stand out episodes include "Datalore", which takes a look at Datas' home world. And "Skin of Evil", where the crew must save Troi from an alien planet after her shuttle crashes.

Customer Reviews

Classic Series

You really can't sum up the quality of this series in a short review. Needless to say that it is great quality TV. Quality of the encode is great - especially the 1080p. Quite comparable to blu-ray. Only weak point of this package for me is the included artwork. On a large TV it looks like a very lazy 'microsoft paint' job. Surely the publishers could have come up with something a bit more creative for such a special release?

HD pricing is comparable to Blu-ray

The HD version is the remastered version which has been released on Blu-ray so the pricing for the series is actually comparable to that. However, unlike the Blu-ray release you can watch the iTunes version on Apple TVs, iPads, iPhones, etc. so, whilst the quality might be marginally lower due to digital compression, you're actually getting a ton a viewing flexibility.


What is it with the pricing of Star Trek shows? A 25 year old series for 40 quid , I could buy a lovely blu ray collectible box set for that. And while I'm ranting why is it listed with an 18 rating?