June 16 2024

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Fans who wish to watch the various Star Trek series online can now do so for a nominal monthly fee, courtesy of Netflix.

Four of the five televised series are currently available. The only series not yet available, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, will be added in October.

Each series has its own page, with tabs for each season. The series include: original series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Enterprise.

Two series – the original series and Star Trek: Enterprise are available in HD.

One Star Trek movie, Star Trek XI, is also available on Netflix to watch via streaming.

For $7.99 a month, Netflix members can stream these and other shows on their PCs, Macs and TVs.

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7 thoughts on “Netflix Streaming Trek

  1. Er, five of the six, not four of the five. Everyone forgets the Animated Series. The other one (DS9), hits on Oct 1st.

    TAS is on Netflix, but disc only. No streaming.

  2. Been a long 6 months since they first announced it but for us regular Netflix watchers it’s great that they are finally up & running! Don’t know why the delay for DS9. That show that has been MIA for many years. Can’t wait till Oct!

  3. There’s a whole generation of young people who really only watch TV on Netflix.

    And that generation just came aboard.

    Anyone notice the search function was actually down for a while shortly after all the Trek became available for streaming? I think the demand may have brought even Netflix to its knees.

  4. glad to see they are streaming but the quality is so so. Netflix needs to improve as the picture is blurry at times

  5. Hm, I watched the Voyager premiere episode on Monday night and thought the quality was fine. Even streamed it to my Blu-ray player and did not notice any audio drop-outs, which I’ve had occasionally with other streaming content.

  6. Hm, I watched the Voyager premiere episode on Monday night and thought the quality was fine. Even streamed it to my Blu-ray player and did not notice any audio drop-outs, which I’ve had occasionally with other streaming content.

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