Star Trek: Season 2 (1967 - 1968)



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Air date: Sep 15, 1967
Air date: Sep 22, 1967
Air date: Sep 29, 1967
Air date: Oct 6, 1967
Air date: Oct 13, 1967
Air date: Oct 20, 1967
Air date: Oct 27, 1967
Air date: Nov 3, 1967
Air date: Nov 10, 1967
Air date: Nov 17, 1967
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Captain Kirk, Mr Spock, Dr McCoy and the USS Enterprise crew seek out new civilisations in this seminal sci-fi series.


William Shatner
as Captain James T. Kirk
Leonard Nimoy
as Mr. Spock
DeForest Kelley
as Dr. Leonard McCoy
James Doohan
as Engineer Montgomery Scott
Walter Koenig
as Ensign Pavel Chekov
Majel Barrett
as Nurse Chapel
Grace Lee Whitney
as Yeoman Janice Rand
John Winston
as Lieutenant Kyle
William Marshall
as Dr. Daystrom
Anthony Caruso
as Bela Oxmyx
Roy Jenson
as Cloud William
Teri Garr
as Roberta
Barbara Luna
as Marlena Moreau
Ian Wolfe
as Septimus
Robert Lansing
as Gary Seven
Michael Barrier
as Lt. DeSalle
Kay Elliott
as Stella Mudd
Michael Pataki
as Adm. Fitzpatrick
Ben Gage
as Akaar
Sarah Marshall
as Dr. Wallace
Morgan Farley
as Marak Scholar
Ed Reimers
as Ens. Freeman
Booker Bradshaw
as Dr. M'Benga
Felix Locher
as Robert Johson
David L. Ross
as Lt. Galloway
Rhae Andrece
as Alice No. 1
Don Keefer
as Cromwell
Shari Nims
as Sayana
Alyce Andrece
as Alice No. 2
Judy McConnell
as Yeoman Tankris
Beverly Washburn
as Arlene Galway
Charlie Brill
as Arne Darvin
Louise Jewell
as Drusilla
Tom LeGarde
as Herman No. 1
Carolyn Nelson
as Yeoman Atkins
Whit Bissell
as Mr. Lurry
Julie Cobb
as Lt. Thompson
Jack Perkins
as Master of Games
Elizabeth Rogers
as Lt. Palmer
Ted LeGarde
as Herman No. 2
Max Kleven
as Maximus
William Bramley
as Policeman
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Critic Reviews for Star Trek Season 2

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Season Two includes some of the strongest episodes in all of Star Trek, not just the original series.

Oct 13, 2017 | Full Review…

Despite these faltering moments, when Season 2 is good, it's very good.

Oct 3, 2017 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

While it's arguable whether it's better than the first season, the second season of Star Trek: The Original Series contains many of the show's most memorable episodes and introduced characters and lore that helped make Trek what it is today.

Oct 3, 2017 | Rating: 9/10 | Full Review…

For the first time, Star Trek proved that it could be funny without losing any of its integrity.

Oct 30, 2017 | Full Review…

Spock aficionados will relish several episodes focusing on the logic-loving Vulcan.

Oct 13, 2017 | Full Review…

In fact, by the end of the season, we're fully convinced that the crew of the Enterprise would rather die than violate the PD, and that means something.

Oct 12, 2017 | Rating: C+ | Full Review…
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Audience Reviews for Star Trek: Season 2

So many brilliant narratives that are still copied today. Cutting edge diversity, especially for 1967, so much so it was banned in some southern states and raved by MLK.

I liked the second season more than the first, but only in history (the level of special effects was practically the same). Highly recommend.

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10/10 Just as great as the first season, Season 2 continues to provide solidly deep sci-fi entertainment, while also delivering some of the series’ best episodes.

The Second Season of Star Trek: The Original Series picks up right where the first season left off in terms of mind-bending plotlines and rousing action/adventure. Highlights include: Amok Time: When Spock begins acting strange, Kirk brings him back to the Vulcan home world and discovers a special ritual that may have deadly consequences. Mirror, Mirror: During an intense electrical storm, certain members of the Enterprise crew are transported to an alternate dimension, where the Enterprise is ruled by an iron fist. Wolf In The Fold: When Chief Engineer Scotty is accused of muder on an alien planet, the Enterprise crew uncover the real killer (a chilling episode). The Trouble With Tribbles: A hilarious script that lightens the mood of an otherwise tense show. The Ultimate Computer: The ultimate maverick, Kirk, matches wits with the ultimate computer that technology can build. I did have to drop this season down to four stars (after five stars for the first) because it got a little formulaic towards the end. A gangster planet...a Nazi planet...a Roman planet. Seems like the writers were either reaching for ideas as the season moved into it's second half or were just hitting a certain theme a bit too heavy. To conclude, for viewers of the first season, the Second Season of Star Trek: TOS will not disappoint you, as it still provides some of the greatest episodes of the series. A few repetitive romps towards the end, but still fun overall.

An exciting series filled with myth, science, psychology and thrill.

This is the one that started it all and is also my favorite of the 6, soon to be 7 TV series. Not only is the cast and it's chemistry the best of all of the series, but there is just something so wondrous and mysterious about the show. A ship full of explorers, not knowing quite where they're headed and what they will find. And they find such amazing and wondrous things. The show, as well as all other Trek to follow challenges the human race to be BETTER and that's a VERY good thing. This is Sci-Fi at it's very best! #Terkkieforlife

With season 2 Star Trek really came into its own. Some of the best episodes are here, and the average quality is quite high. Season 2 really shows why Star Trek became the classic that it is today. Definitely very enjoyable.

Season 2, just as good as season 1.

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