It’s Christmas Eve! To celebrate the holiday season, we take a look at the three sci-fi ships most suited to live in during the festive season! 1. Deep Space Nine (ST: DS9) Okay, so it might not be a ship, but […]
Original Airdate: February 11, 1998. I’ve recently had the time to enjoy some Star Trek: Deep Space Nine reruns on SyFy here in the UK. At present, they’re working their way through Season Six, probably my favourite season of any of the Star […]
This magnificent piece of trailer craftsmanship may be over half a decade old, now, but it’s still a brilliant tribute to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
In this week’s Clip of the Week, we take a look at a very fine piece of acting from Deep Space Nine‘s Avery Brooks. Doesn’t get much better than that, eh?
I was watching clips of Deep Space Nine the other day, and it struck me what a brilliant array of supporting characters the show had accompanying strong leads. So I figured I’d ask the world who their favourite character was! Personally, I […]
Topless Robot have uploaded their 7 Great Morally Dubious Characters of Sci-Fi TV. Quite how they can put Nerus from SG-1, and Todd from Atlantis in ahead of Robert Carlyle’s Nicholas Rush from Stargate: Universe is beyond me. Â And where […]
What is it about Star Trek: Voyager that inspires so many casual Star Trek fans to declare it to be the “Best Star Trek show!“? It had its moments, certainly, but can Voyager’s finest hours even begin to compare to […]
The following was written by myself for the Sci-Fi Studios Magazine. Please give the magazine a look, if you have the time. Otherwise, simply enjoy the article.
Deep Space Nine is one of the most critically acclaimed Trek incarnations. There, I’ve said it. Sure, The Original Series and The Next Generation undoubtedly hold special places in the hearts of a great many fans, but to those citizens of the world who aren’t Star Trek fans (or perhaps not even sci-fi fans), Deep Space Nine is very highly thought of. Being a fan, unfortunately, doesn’t grant you that godly power of critical acclaim. TV Guide stated that it would be remembered as the finest of all the Star Trek shows.
So why do some feel it faltered? Certainly, it isn’t the most popular in the Trek fandom, and is often overlooked by networks both in the US and abroad when it comes to repeats; it’s like a shameful relative that the others try to sweep under the rug.