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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993)

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Rayting:   8.0/10 57K votes
Country: USA
Language: English

In the vicinity of the liberated planet of Bajor, the Federation space station Deep Space Nine guards the opening of a stable wormhole to the far side of the galaxy.

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Top 20 (Ranked)

April 15, 1998star9.5 3262 votesS6E19 In the Pale Moonlight
November 4, 1996star9.4 3167 votesS5E6 Trials and Tribble-ations
October 2, 1995star9.2 3311 votesS4E2 The Way of the Warrior (2)
May 30, 1993star9.1 2837 votesS1E18 Dramatis Personae
November 3, 1997star9.1 1920 votesS6E6 Sacrifice of Angels
June 16, 1997star9.1 1795 votesS5E26 Call to Arms
October 2, 1995star9.0 2291 votesS4E1 The Way of the Warrior (1)
June 2, 1999star9.0 1999 votesS7E25 What You Leave Behind (1)
May 1, 1995star9.0 1958 votesS3E21 The Die Is Cast
February 11, 1998star8.9 2861 votesS6E13 Far Beyond the Stars
February 17, 1997star8.9 1816 votesS5E15 By Inferno's Light (2)
February 10, 1997star8.9 1804 votesS5E14 In Purgatory's Shadow (1)
May 12, 1999star8.8 1489 votesS7E22 Tacking Into the Wind
November 18, 1998star8.7 1911 votesS7E8 The Siege of AR-558
April 24, 1995star8.7 1838 votesS3E20 Improbable Cause
November 6, 1995star8.6 2058 votesS4E7 Starship Down
October 6, 1997star8.6 1769 votesS6E2 Rocks and Shoals
September 29, 1997star8.6 1669 votesS6E1 A Time to Stand
October 27, 1997star8.6 1661 votesS6E5 Favor the Bold
June 12, 1994star8.5 1808 votesS2E26 The Jem'Hadar

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User Reviews

schlagzeugplayer 16 September 2019

jojobet giriş. Why is the fact that this show revolves ( no pun intended) on a space station so unsettling to the heavy Trekkies. How many times in all the various incarnations of ST did they go, explore, dock, use a spacestation. So why can't we see one at work w all the various federation and non fed species interacting. Conflicts of some being a mirror of current affairs , the Cardassians and the Bejorans w terrorists and insurgents. Odo head of security, a shapeshifter why couldn't weve had this species before?, Quark a Ferenghi a species of merchants scoundrels,pimps,just all around a seedie character.Dax a being in a sort of reincarnation species that remembers it previous life, who is a counselor, easy on the eyes as they say. Love O'Brian from the SNG, in some ways a throw back to old Scotty. Then they have a doctor, Doctor Bashir like usual.Then there is Captain Benjamin Sisko, he is one of my favorite ST captains. He is strong, a father,his diction is exemplery just as Captain Picard. He has a very compelling way about him. I really want the Trekkies to give this guy his due. I haven't seen the new series in 2018 but Im hoping somehow Sisko reprises his role if possible. Okay now to address the obvious elephant in the room. DS9 esp later in the series had similarities to another great series not in the ST universe but as a syfy lover in general it was much loved.. B5 or Babylon 5. You see in the real world the writers knew each other and there was some cross communication so it was inevitable.Both stations had a worm hole like plot, entertained sometimes rivaling species and later threatened by all powerful mysterious entity . Goid syfy is good no matter the universe , remember Farscape? Oh and that darn Q is here too. The writing in this series was superior and there were hints of humor, irony and sometimes the inadequatcy of being human. I highly recommend this series.

schlagzeugplayer 16 September 2019

Why is the fact that this show revolves ( no pun intended) on a space station so unsettling to the heavy Trekkies. How many times in all the various incarnations of ST did they go, explore, dock, use a spacestation. So why can't we see one at work w all the various federation and non fed species interacting. Conflicts of some being a mirror of current affairs , the Cardassians and the Bejorans w terrorists and insurgents. Odo head of security, a shapeshifter why couldn't weve had this species before?, Quark a Ferenghi a species of merchants scoundrels,pimps,just all around a seedie character.Dax a being in a sort of reincarnation species that remembers it previous life, who is a counselor, easy on the eyes as they say. Love O'Brian from the SNG, in some ways a throw back to old Scotty. Then they have a doctor, Doctor Bashir like usual.Then there is Captain Benjamin Sisko, he is one of my favorite ST captains. He is strong, a father,his diction is exemplery just as Captain Picard. He has a very compelling way about him. I really want the Trekkies to give this guy his due. I haven't seen the new series in 2018 but Im hoping somehow Sisko reprises his role if possible. Okay now to address the obvious elephant in the room. DS9 esp later in the series had similarities to another great series not in the ST universe but as a syfy lover in general it was much loved.. B5 or Babylon 5. You see in the real world the writers knew each other and there was some cross communication so it was inevitable.Both stations had a worm hole like plot, entertained sometimes rivaling species and later threatened by all powerful mysterious entity . Goid syfy is good no matter the universe , remember Farscape? Oh and that darn Q is here too. The writing in this series was superior and there were hints of humor, irony and sometimes the inadequatcy of being human. I highly recommend this series.

thebeermonster23 17 July 2004

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine watchseries. This is easily the best of all the Star Trek series. The characters are likable, and develop well over time. Of course it helps that many of the characters are warm and funny and very well fleshed out. Quark is a favourite of mine, always funny and well acted. The story itself is great, and really picks up in season 4. Having a plot that develops throughout rather than just stand-alone stories like many of the Next Generation episodes helps it a lot. The Religion v Science aspects are an interesting addition to a science-fiction show. Ideas created in TNG are carried forward and developed, such as the Trills, while in TNG they simply move their personality to a new body in this the idea is taken further and the personalities are merged, making the race much more interesting. One of the great aspects of the show is the relationships between the characters. O'Brian and Julian seem like genuine friends, Odo and Quark and their rivalry, and the on going feud of Sisko and Gul Dukat, the two commanders of the Station. The series created some genuinely good characters. Sisko, the Federation Officer torn between duty and destiny. Garak, the traitor with decidedly dark past, and Gul Dukat, a truly great villain. The series succeeds with a grand plot, paints a wider picture of the Star Trek Universe, and would make for some great feature films.

a_sad_cow 29 April 2020

I've watched this series at least three times now and it just keeps getting better. The subtleties are incredible, and I keep catching ones I missed the first two times I watched. So, seriously, watch this sober. Season five is great, but season six is unforgettable. But don't skip ahead, as nothing will make sense out of context.

I'm going to start following series with these actors, these writers, and this director, since I can't seem to get enough. The extras were fantastic too. Hats off to all involved. Really can't get enough. Good stuff.

litejay83 22 January 2005

I'm 21 years old, not many of my friends watch star trek, as a matter of fact, I don't know anyone in my age group who watches star trek, too uncool for them. I'm almost ashame to say that voyager was my first love. first because of 7 of 9, she was the sexiest thing i've ever seen.

But just out of curiosity I downloaded "Emissary" and "What you leave behind". I did the same for TNG, I downloaded "Encounter at Farpoint Station" and "All good things." Needless to say, I was most impressed with DS9. It was so real, well written and well acted.I downloaded as much episodes as i could find online. but I could only find about 50. Damn! so...

I had no choice but to get the whole 7 season DVD collection. It was so expensive too. I think it's the most expensive DVD set series out there. Anyway It was a good investment. The episodes were so good. I watch them over and over. each time i see something new in the episodes and I appreciate it more.

A part of me was wishing they would make a movie out of DS9 but after seeing what they did with TNG and nemesis..no way. Leave DS9 as it is. It's a thing of beauty. I only wished more people my age would give it a try. I mean i "loved" janeway,I thought she was great and the episodes were great but after seeing just a few episodes of DS9 i know it's the best and Dax is my girl...both of them. I love Kira too and Sisko(yea yea i know he's not as "charismatic" as picard but you know what, he's firm, direct and real. DS9 Pour Toujours

conANDav-2 16 October 1998

I won't say much about "Deep Space Nine" other than that it is the most well written, off-beat, and truly suspenseful of the Star Trek series. It is the series for everyone else... those who don't enjoy happy Star Trek (ie- "Next Generation), weird Star Trek (ie- "The Original"), or dumb Star Trek (ie- "Voyager").

It has a much darker tone, with a story-line that, if anyone watched from the beginning of the story arc to what is on currently, could understand and enjoy. It doesn't have the traditional "We are the Champions and can solve any problem in an hour". It features low-life, people making mistakes in judgement, conflicts over spirituality, and a much more human and less superficial look at one of pop culture's little universes. It features war-torn individuals and petty conflicts over land. Problems with culture-clash, government conspiracy and corruption, etc... This list could go on and on.

The main thing that makes "Deep Space Nine" different is that it is a Star Trek series for folks who don't want a lot of technobabble (not that there isn't any) Star Trek, where problems just go away or perfect people on a perfect ship that always win. It makes it more interesting for the watcher, almost like reading a novel. Most people, especially non-Trek fans, who had watched the series from its conception or joined when the story arc began about 4 years ago will know what I mean when I say this is an untraditional type of Star Trek. And those who haven't, try it. It's definitely a move away from the stereotype most folks have about the Star Trek series (though of the other Star Treks, I can't say the same.)

christian94 19 November 2007

I remember reading in a plane that there was going to be a new Star Trek Series based on a space station to premiere in January 1993. I had always found the idea of Star Trek very appealing and enjoyed a few movies and original episodes now and then. At that time, I had never really got into The Next Generation which my family and friends seemed to love, but I figured I would at least give this new show a try. As I eventually sat there with my little brother and watched the two-hour pilot, little did I know that this would change my life for the next seven years, as I would have to plan my weekends so that I could catch every new episodes on Saturday nights like football fans' semi-sacred Sunday afternoons.

So why did I fall in love with the show? Why indeed do we fall in love? Well, there is always a part of the answer linked to resonance; something that stirs something strong and positive within you. The show is a whole package of powerful television and one of the best gifts I ever bough myself was the complete seven seasons in DVD. Now, besides the intangible, the 'magic' that comes from many elements like the beautiful mind that arises from firing neurons, here is why this television series is not only a great science-fiction experience, but ranks among the best television series of all time in my humble opinion.

A) The Characters

At the base of it all, the show's strength is with its interesting, conflicted and complex characters. Both the writers and actors bring life to characters that will invade your living room and your head, maybe your heart. The relationships they create on the busy space station are sure to keep you thinking, laughing or crying with them. They are very endearing and perfectly heroic and flawed. You get to know each and every one of them in a deep real-life-like layered way. You also get to see them progress and stay the same, throughout the journey.

Beyond the friendship-like familiarity that will awaken in you the characters of Odo, Quark, Jadzia, Worf, Ezri, Kira, Julian, Miles and the Siskos, the guest characters are developed in an astonishingly similar depth. Again the writers and actors pull their heart out to create the most memorable recurring characters that feel as much part of the show as the regulars. Garak, Dukat, Rom, Nog, Leeta, Vic, Martok, Gowron, Wynn and Weyoun— to name a few—are as complex as alien DNA. It is like having a basketball team with superstars on the bench to support the starting five when needed.

B) The Story

Set on a space station —and the major critic and setback for most Trekkers that prefer an exploring ship a la Enterprise—the story is far from static. In fact, with the Star Trek fashion of exploring current human questions and themes in this futuristic backdrop, DS9 will explore everything from religion, war, death, slavery, genetic engineering, homosexuality (first homosexual kiss on TV!), geniuses, heroes, rebels, politics, commerce, racism, multiple personalities, memories, continuity, resurrection, time, peace, love, parenthood, marriage, espionage, mass murders, prison, biological warfare, terrorism, to the military and martyrdom. All that and more is explored in a thoughtful, meaningful way and kudos to the show for not only exploring them, but for remaining in the interesting gray area. There is nothing black and white. Everything (and I mean everything) is questionable and an opportunity for thoughts and discussion.

The story is a balancing act between mundane nuances of li

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