Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993 — 1999)

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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
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TitleStar Trek: Deep Space Nine
Year1993 — 1999
CountryUSA
GenreScience Fiction (TV Shows)
CollectionSpace
FranchiseStar Trek (1966 - 2021)
Run Time45 min
Director

The main setting of Deep Space Nine is a space station near the planet Bajor, built by the imperialistic Cardassians during their long, brutal occupation of Bajor. After liberating themselves through a guerrilla war, the Bajorans invite the United Federation of Planets to jointly administer the station. The station is renamed Deep Space Nine, and a Starfleet crew is assigned to manage it, led by Commander Benjamin Sisko. Shortly after his arrival, Sisko discovers a stable wormhole in Bajoran space between the Alpha Quadrant and the unexplored Gamma Quadrant, and the station is moved near the wormhole’s entrance. The wormhole is the home of powerful, non-corporeal aliens whom the Bajorans worship as “the Prophets”. Sisko is revered by the Bajorans as the Prophets’ “Emissary”; although he is initially uncomfortable with being a religious figure, he gradually grows to accept his role.

Deep Space Nine and Bajor quickly become a center for exploration, interstellar trade, political maneuvering, and finally open conflict. Threats come not only from Cardassians, Klingons and Romulans from the Alpha Quadrant, but later from the Dominion, a powerful empire in the Gamma Quadrant ruled by a race of shapeshifters. The starship USS Defiant is assigned to help protect the station. When the Dominion and the Cardassians take up arms against the Federation and its allies starting in the fifth season, Deep Space Nine becomes a key Federation base in the Dominion War. According to co-creator Berman, he and Piller considered setting the new series on a colony planet, but they decided a space station would appeal more to viewers, and would save the money required for a land-based show’s on-location shooting.

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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
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Cast:

Avery Brooks Avery Brooks
Benjamin Sisko (1-7)
Nana Visitor Nana Visitor
Kira Nerys (1-7)
Armin Shimerman Armin Shimerman
Quark (1-7)
Alexander Siddig Alexander Siddig
Julian Bashir (1-7)
Colm Meaney Colm Meaney
Miles O'Brien (1-7)
Cirroc Lofton Cirroc Lofton
Jake Sisko (1-7)
Terry Farrell Terry Farrell
Jadzia Dax (1-6)
Michael Dorn Michael Dorn
Worf (4-7)
Nicole de Boer Nicole de Boer
Ezri Dax (7)

The main setting of Deep Space Nine is a space station near the planet Bajor, built by the imperialistic Cardassians during their long, brutal occupation of Bajor. After liberating themselves through a guerrilla war, the Bajorans invite the United Federation of Planets to jointly administer the station. The station is renamed Deep Space Nine, and a Starfleet crew is assigned to manage it, led by Commander Benjamin Sisko. Shortly after his arrival, Sisko discovers a stable wormhole in Bajoran space between the Alpha Quadrant and the unexplored Gamma Quadrant, and the station is moved near the wormhole’s entrance. The wormhole is the home of powerful, non-corporeal aliens whom the Bajorans worship as “the Prophets”. Sisko is revered by the Bajorans as the Prophets’ “Emissary”; although he is initially uncomfortable with being a religious figure, he gradually grows to accept his role.

Deep Space Nine and Bajor quickly become a center for exploration, interstellar trade, political maneuvering, and finally open conflict. Threats come not only from Cardassians, Klingons and Romulans from the Alpha Quadrant, but later from the Dominion, a powerful empire in the Gamma Quadrant ruled by a race of shapeshifters. The starship USS Defiant is assigned to help protect the station. When the Dominion and the Cardassians take up arms against the Federation and its allies starting in the fifth season, Deep Space Nine becomes a key Federation base in the Dominion War. According to co-creator Berman, he and Piller considered setting the new series on a colony planet, but they decided a space station would appeal more to viewers, and would save the money required for a land-based show’s on-location shooting.

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