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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993 - 1999)

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993 - 1999)

AVERAGE TOMATOMETER

85%
78%

AVERAGE AUDIENCE SCORE

81%

Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Series Info

Different races try to coexist peacefully in the third `Star Trek' spin-off. This one takes place on a 24th-century space station that serves as a frontier town on the edge of a wormhole that enables travelers to journey vast distances in short periods of time. The syndicated series included several characters from its predecessor, `Star Trek: The Next Generation,' and had a healthy seven-season run.

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Seasons

100%
Critics Consensus: The final season of Deep Space Nine provides a satisfying conclusion to one of the franchise's most beloved voyages.

1998, Syndicated, 26 episodes

57%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

1997, Syndicated, 26 episodes

100%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

1996, Syndicated, 26 episodes

100%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

1995, Syndicated, 26 episodes

80%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

1994, Syndicated, 26 episodes

100%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

1993, Syndicated, 26 episodes

64%
Critics Consensus: Deep Space Nine's first season lays the groundwork for what could be the grittiest Stark Trek series yet.

1993, Syndicated, 20 episodes

Cast

Avery Brooks
as Cdr. Sisko
Alexander Siddig
as Dr. Bashir
Terry Farrell
as Jadzia Dax
Cirroc Lofton
as Jake Sisko
Colm Meaney
as Miles O'Brien
Nana Visitor
as Maj. Kira Nerys
Michael Dorn
as Lt. Cdr. Worf
Nicole de Boer
as Lt. Ezri Dax
Marc Alaimo
as Gul Dukat
J.G. Hertzler
as Gen. Martok
Salome Jens
as Female Changeling
James Darren
as Vic Fontaine
Wallace Shawn
as Grand Nagus
Philip Anglim
as Vedek Bareil
Hana Hatae
as Molly O'Brien
F.J. Rio
as Muniz
Tim Russ
as T'Kar
Brock Peters
as Joseph Sisko
Barry Jenner
as Adm. Ross
Majel Barrett
as Computer
Melanie Smith
as Tora Ziyal
Paul Dooley
as Enabran Tain
Tiny Ron
as Maihar'du
Nicholas Worth
as Alien Captain
Camille Saviola
as Kai Opaka
Randy Oglesby
as Ah-Kel/Ro-Kel
Susan Gibney
as Benteen
Ann H. Gillespie
as Nurse Jabara
Bernie Casey
as Cal Hudson
John Fleck
as Ornithar
Felecia Bell
as Jennifer
Duncan Regehr
as Former Resistance Leader
Danny Goldring
as Legate Kell
Majel Barrett
as Lwaxana Troi
Richard Poe
as Cardassian
James Lashly
as Lt. Primmin
Todd Waring
as DeCurtis
Herschel Sparber
as Jaresh-Inyo
Craig Wasson
as Ee'Char
Jay Baker
as Stevens
David Graf
as Leskit
Bill Mumy
as Kellin
Robert Picardo
as Zimmerman
Keone Young
as Buck Bokai
Stephen Davies
as Tactical Officer
Josh Pais
as Gaila
Tony Plana
as Amaros
Jack Shearer
as Vadosia
Mary Kay Adams
as Klingon Widow
James J. Sloyan
as Dr.Mora Pol
Penny Johnson
as Kasidy Yates
Joseph Ruskin
as Informant
Scott Haven
as Virak'kara
John Carter
as Chancellor
Clara Bryant
as Chandra
Darleen Carr
as E'Tyshra
John Prosky
as Brathaw
Gary Frank
as Yedrin
Tom Hodges
as Pechetti
Kay E. Kuter
as The Sirah
Don Stark
as Ashrock
Edward Wiley
as Gul Toran
Brian George
as Richard
John Schuck
as Legate Parn
Jimmie F. Skaggs
as Glinn Boheeka
Tom Morga
as Jem'Hadar Soldier
Al Rodrigo
as Bernardo
Marc Worden
as Alexander
Randy Mulkey
as Idanian No. 2
Ernest Perry Jr.
as Adm. Whatley
Samantha Mudd
as Chandler
K Callan
as Alsia
Alan Oppenheimer
as Capt. Keogh
Fitz Sperberg
as Ixtana'Rax
Michelle Krusiec
as 18-Year-Old Molly
Jerry Roberts
as Meso'Clan
Charlie Brill
as Renegade Klingon
Paul Collins
as Zlangco
Bruke Gray
as Adm. Chekote
Bari Hochwald
as Dr. Lense
Ron Canada
as Ch'Pok
Sam Zeller
as Ch'Targh
Ted Sorel
as Kaval
Van Epperson
as Bajoran Clerk
Andrew Prine
as Legate Turrel
Lelie Bevis
as Boslic Captain
Leslie Bevis
as Freighter Captain
Richard Libertini
as Emissary of Prophets
Tim Halligan
as Farrakk
Monte Markham
as Fullerton
Bobby Reilly
as Countman
Kelly Curtis
as Miss Sarda
Michael J. Anderson
as Rumpelstilskin
Jill Sayre
as Dabo Girl
Dey Young
as Fugitive Woman
Bo Zenga
as Asoth
Felecia M. Bell
as Sisko's Wife
Andrew Hawkes
as Amat'igan
David Drew Gallagher
as Riley Shepard
Karen Austin
as Kalandra
Peter Vogt
as Bajoran Man
Lisa Banes
as Dr. Renhol
Daphne Ashbrook
as Cartographer
Julia Nickson
as Cassandra
Erick Avari
as Vedek Yarka
Patricia Tallman
as Nurse Tagano
Ron Taylor
as Klingon Chief
John Bennett
as Gabriel Bell
Joel Sweto
as Gul Jasad
John Vickery
as Gul Rusot
James Otis
as Solbor
Susan Bay
as Admiral
Steven Berkoff
as Arms Dealer
Faith C. Salie
as Genetically Enhanced Woman
Brian Keith
as Old Farmer
Natalija Nogulich
as Adm. Necheyeyv
Iggy Pop
as Yelgrun
Richard Lineback
as Selin Peers
Cliff De Young
as Alien Outlaw
Matthew Faison
as Surmak Ren
Caitlin Brown
as Ty Kajada
Bumper Robinson
as Young Jem'Hadar
Cyndi Pass
as Ginger
Nick Tate
as Mob Informant
Robert Miano
as Frankie Eyes
Leigh Taylor-Young
as Dax's Mother
Tom Towles
as Klingon
Joel Swetow
as Gul Jasad
Jeffrey Nordling
as Bajoran Terrorist
Richard Kiley
as Scientist
Frank Kopyc
as Bolian Aide
Harris Yulin
as Cardassian
Leslie Hope
as Kira's Mother
Stephen Carver
as Dead Bajoran
Helene Udy
as Female Ferengi
James Horan
as Ikat'ika
Randy James
as Security
Megan Cole
as Sen. Cretak
Lily Mariye
as Ops Officer
Paul Eckstein
as Limara'Son
April Grace
as Transporter Chief
Kevin McDermott
as Alien Batter
Darlene Carr
as E'Tyshra
Debra Wilson
as Lisa Cusak
Anne Haney
as Judge Renora
Peter Crombie
as Fallit Kot
Matt McKenzie
as Dr. Weld Ram
Parker Whitman
as Cardassian Officer
Debi Monahan
as Melissa
Robert Mandan
as Kotan Pa'Dar
Stephen Gevedon
as Klingon #1
Cress Williams
as Talak'talan
Judi M. Durand
as Cardassian Computer Voice
Christopher Michael
as Helm Officer
Bill Bolender
as The Albino
Bruce Gray
as Adm. Chekote
Fritz Sperberg
as 2nd Ixtana'Rax
Norman Large
as Captain
John Beck
as Boone
Matthew Kimbrough
as Alien High Roller
Leon Russom
as Toddman
Bob Minor
as Bo'rak
Scott Strozier
as Security Guard
Megan Butler
as Lieutenant
Stephen Rowe
as Chanting Monk
Bennet Guillory
as Medical Big Shot
John Patrick Hayden
as Cardassian Overseer
Jill Jacobson
as Chalon Aroya
Michael Jace
as 1st Officer
Ed Wiley
as Gul Toran
Trula M. Marcus
as Female Villager
Thomas Hobson
as Young Jake
Loren Lester
as Attendant
Tom Villard
as Prylar Bek
John Doman
as Lenaris
Kathleen Garrett
as Vulcan Captain
Conor O'Farrell
as Prof. Jeff Carlson
James Black
as Helmsman
Miriam Flynn
as Midwife
William Frankfather
as Male Shapeshifter
Jeb Brown
as Ensign
Gene Armor
as Bajoran Bureaucrat
Chris Halsted
as Jem'Hadar Fister
Lilyan Chauvin
as Vedek Yassim
Tom Klunis
as Old Man
James MacDonald
as Capt. Wainwright
Robert Zachar
as Head Guard
Eric Server
as Peace Officer
Daniel Riordan
as 1st Guard
Henry Hayashi
as Male Guest
Mina Badie
as Security Officer
William Shatner
as James T. Kirk
Scott Trost
as Bajoran Officer
Christopher Doyle
as Jem'Hadar Officer
Richard Ryder
as Bajoran Deputy
Anthony Guidera
as Cardassian
Patrick Cupo
as Bajoran Man
Frank Novak
as Businessman
Rudolph Willrich
as Academy Commandant
Tony Epper
as Drunken Klingon
Leonard Nimoy
as Mr. Spock
Joe Reynolds
as Hickman
Eric Stuart
as Stairway Guard
Johnny Moran
as Bajoran Man
DeForest Kelley
as Leonard "Bones" McCoy
Todd Feder
as Federation Male
James Doohan
as Montgomery "Scotty" Scott
Daniel Zacapa
as Henry Garcia
Darin Cooper
as Cardassian Officer
William Wellman Jr.
as Bajoran Officer
Walter Koenig
as Pavel Chekov
Stanley Adams
as Cyrano Jones
Erika Klein
as Adm. Sitak
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Series Details

TV Network: Syndicated
Premiere Date: Jan 3, 1993
Executive Producers: Rick Berman, Peter Lauritson
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