When Star Trek: The Next Generation premiered in 1986, it was a low-budget sci-fi show running in syndication that annoyed Star Trek: The Original Series fans more than excited them. Its star, Patrick Stewart, had so little faith in the series going anywhere he didn’t unpack his bags until he’d been in Los Angeles for six months.
Luckily, Star Trek: The Next Generation went on to be more commercially successful than its predecessor by a mile and launched a golden age for Star Trek on television. Three other series over the course of nearly 15 years were were launched …
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