Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Season 2 (1993 - 1994)

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Season 2
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

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Episodes

1
Air date: Sep 26, 1993
2
Air date: Oct 3, 1993
3
Air date: Oct 10, 1993
4
Air date: Oct 17, 1993
5
Air date: Oct 24, 1993
6
Air date: Oct 31, 1993
7
Air date: Nov 7, 1993
8
Air date: Nov 14, 1993
9
Air date: Nov 21, 1993
10
Air date: Nov 28, 1993
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Season 2 of this sci-fi series sees the crew of DS9 face a a new threat in the form of the Bajoran extremist group "The Circle".

Cast

Avery Brooks
as Commander Sisko
Alexander Siddig
as Dr. Bashir
Terry Farrell
as Jadzia Dax
Colm Meaney
as Miles O'Brien
Nana Visitor
as Major Kira Nerys
Marc Alaimo
as Gul Dukat
Tim Russ
as T'Kar
Rosalind Chao
as Keiko O'Brien
Richard Beymer
as Resistance Fighter
Philip Anglim
as Vedek Bareil
Bernie Casey
as Cal Hudson
Cirroc Lofton
as Jake Sisko
Richard Poe
as Cardassian
Don Stark
as Ashrock
John Schuck
as Legate Parn
Edward Wiley
as Gul Toran
Jimmie F. Skaggs
as Glinn Boheeka
Todd Waring
as DeCurtis
Camille Saviola
as Kai Opaka
Bruke Gray
as Adm. Chekote
Alan Oppenheimer
as Capt. Keogh
Tiny Ron
as Maihar'du
James J. Sloyan
as Dr.Mora Pol
Daphne Ashbrook
as Cartographer
Ron Taylor
as Klingon Chief
Wallace Shawn
as Grand Nagus
Helene Udy
as Female Ferengi
Hana Hatae
as Molly O'Brien
Peter Crombie
as Fallit Kot
Matt McKenzie
as Dr. Weld Ram
Darlene Carr
as E'Tyshra
Robert Mandan
as Kotan Pa'Dar
Cress Williams
as Talak'talan
Susan Bay
as Admiral
Stephen Gevedon
as Klingon #1
John Beck
as Boone
Bruce Gray
as Adm. Chekote
Bill Bolender
as The Albino
Paul Dooley
as Enabran Tain
Ed Wiley
as Gul Toran
Michael Jace
as 1st Officer
Leslie Bevis
as Freighter Captain
Trula M. Marcus
as Female Villager
Tom Villard
as Prylar Bek
Eric Server
as Peace Officer
Anthony Guidera
as Cardassian
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Critic Reviews for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Season 2

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (2)

For anyone still wondering what a departure [DS9] was from [TNG] those questions were thrown out the window by the conclusion of this murder mystery.

Oct 23, 2017 | Full Review…

It's good. Like, 'exceeding expectations' good, and in a way that completely caught me off-guard.

Oct 23, 2017 | Full Review…
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The end result finds everyone involved in the case guilty of something, and the series finally crosses a long-awaited threshold.

Oct 23, 2017 | Full Review…

[This] season built up steam from the very beginning.

Oct 23, 2017 | Rating: 8/10 | Full Review…

The second and third seasons dig into the internal politics of both the Bajoran government and religious order dominate the opening of the season.

Oct 23, 2017 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Season 2

  • Mar 25, 2019
    Star Trek: Deep Space Nine warps into a second season full of exciting adventures on the edge of the frontier. When there's an uprising against the Bajoran government Deep Space Nine finds itself caught in the middle of a civil war, and as ships continue to explore the Gamma Quadrant they begin to hear whispers of a totalitarian regime called the Dominion. Additionally, the series returns to the Mirror Universe from the original series in the episode "Crossover," and begins to lay the foundation for Star Trek: Voyager with "The Maquis Part 1 & 2." And there's some good character development as well, with Odo and Quark matching wits, Bashir building a relationship with the mysterious Garak, and Kira falling in love with Vedek Bereil. Also, several notable guest stars are featured, including Frank Langella, John Glover, Chris Sarandon, and Paul Dooley. Season 2 of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine does a great job at building the series and continues to explore interesting new facets of the Star Trek Universe.
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  • Feb 10, 2020
    Berman still holding and no devlopment achieve, but the rise of the series is comming
  • Feb 02, 2020
    A little dated now but still great viewing. A good running story with fun sub plots and great characters
  • Apr 15, 2019
    I love this show LOVE IT! Come on Quark is the best!
  • Apr 07, 2018
    In season 2 we start to see the show get a little better, and by the end of the season starts the beginning of Dominion story arc.
  • Jan 06, 2018
    This season has none of the truly awful duds that Season 1 had, but doesn't quite reach the same highs that Duet reached. Overall, absolutely worth watching, but the show still hasn't really found its stride quite yet.
  • Oct 28, 2017
    the best trek tv show but it took a couple of seasons to get going but i loved they way they had recurring characters and ongoing plots and stories
  • Jun 06, 2017
    The Dark Trek, deep space nine sets itself apart quickly from TNG but really hits it stride from season 2 and with the exception of having to deal with the forced Klingon addition of season four stays the course to bring great story telling. The only Trek
  • Jan 04, 2016
    Possibly my least favorite of all of the Star Trek series, but that's not to say it's bad. It's just different. It's more focused on war and diplomacy, than the exploration and science based stories I like so much from the other series. While the stories weren't as appealing to me as other series, the cast was great! One of my favorite ensembles in all of Trek actually and the series improved in later seasons. It's still Trek and it's still great despite some of my issues with it.

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