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Number / Series / Title (Color coded by series)
- A small color-coded "c" indicates a crossover episode when a main character from another series appears in the episode.
- A number in parentheses after the episode title denotes two or three-part episode groupings not obvious from titles alone.
1 ENT Broken Bow
2 ENT Fight or Flight
3 ENT Strange New World
4 ENT Unexpected
5 ENT Terra Nova
6 ENT The Andorian Incident
7 ENT Breaking the Ice
8 ENT Civilization
9 ENT Fortunate Son
10 ENT Silent Enemy
11 ENT Cold Front
12 ENT Dear Doctor
13 ENT Sleeping Dogs
14 ENT Shadows of P'Jem
15 ENT Shuttlepod One
16 ENT Fusion
17 ENT Rogue Planet
18 ENT Acquisition
19 ENT Oasis
20 ENT Detained
21 ENT Vox Sola
22 ENT Fallen Hero
23 ENT Desert Crossing
24 ENT Two Days and Two Nights
25 ENT Shockwave, Part I
26 ENT Shockwave, Part II
27 ENT Carbon Creek
28 ENT Minefield
29 ENT Dead Stop
30 ENT A Night in Sickbay
31 ENT Marauders
32 ENT The Seventh
33 ENT The Communicator
34 ENT Singularity
35 ENT Vanishing Point
36 ENT Precious Cargo
37 ENT The Catwalk
38 ENT Dawn
39 ENT Stigma
40 ENT Cease Fire
41 ENT Future Tense
42 ENT Canamar
43 ENT The Crossing
44 ENT Judgment
45 ENT Horizon
46 ENT The Breach
47 ENT Cogenitor
48 ENT Regeneration
49 ENT First Flight
50 ENT Bounty
51 ENT The Expanse
52 ENT The Xindi
53 ENT Anomaly
54 ENT Extinction
55 ENT Rajiin
56 ENT Impulse
57 ENT Exile
58 ENT The Shipment
59 ENT Twilight
60 ENT North Star
61 ENT Similitude
62 ENT Carpenter Street
63 ENT Chosen Realm
64 ENT Proving Ground
65 ENT Stratagem
66 ENT Harbinger
67 ENT Doctor's Orders
68 ENT Hatchery
69 ENT Azati Prime
70 ENT Damage
71 ENT The Forgotten
72 ENT E²
73 ENT The Council
74 ENT Countdown
75 ENT Zero Hour
76 ENT Storm Front, Part I
77 ENT Storm Front, Part II
78 ENT Home
79 ENT Borderland (1)
80 ENT Cold Station 12 (2)
81 ENT The Augments (3)
82 ENT The Forge (1)
83 ENT Awakening (2)
84 ENT Kir'Shara (3)
85 ENT Daedalus
86 ENT Observer Effect
87 ENT Babel One (1)
88 ENT United (2)
89 ENT The Aenar (3)
90 ENT Affliction (1)
91 ENT Divergence (2)
92 ENT Bound
93 ENT Demons (1)
94 ENT Terra Prime (2)          The Girl Who Made the Stars (Short) / The Brightest Star (Short) / Q&A (Short)
95 TOS The Cage                                                          The Trouble with Edward (Short)
96 DSC The Vulcan Hello
97 DSC Battle of the Binary Stars
98 DSC Context is for Kings
99 DSC The Butchers Knife Cares Not for the Lambs Cry
100 DSC Choose Your Pain
101 DSC Lethe
102 DSC Magic to Make the Sanest Man go Mad
103 DSC Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum
104 DSC Into the Forest I Go
105 DSC Despite Yourself
106 DSC The Wolf Inside
107 DSC Vaulting Ambition
108 DSC What's Past is Prologue
109 DSC The War Without, The War Within
110 DSC Will You Take My Hand?                         The Escape Artist (Short) / Runaway (Short)
111 DSC Brother
112 DSC New Eden
113 DSC Point of Light
114 DSC An Obol for Charon
115 DSC Saints of Imperfection
116 DSC The Sound of Thunder
117 DSC Light and Shadows
118 DSC If Memory Serves
119 DSC Project Daedalus
120 DSC The Red Angel
121 DSC Perpetual Infinity
122 DSC Through the Valley of Shadows
123 DSC Such Sweet Sorrow                                                        Ask Not (Short)
124 TOS Where No Man Has Gone Before
125 TOS The Corbomite Maneuver 
126 TOS Mudd's Women
127 TOS The Enemy Within
128 TOS The Man Trap
129 TOS The Naked Time
130 TOS Charlie X
131 TOS Balance of Terror
132 TOS What Are Little Girls Made Of?
133 TOS Dagger of the Mind
134 TOS Miri
135 TOS The Conscience of the King
136 TOS The Galileo Seven
137 TOS Court Martial
138 TOS The Menagerie (Part I)
139 TOS The Menagerie (Part II)
140 TOS Shore Leave
141 TOS The Squire of Gothos
142 TOS Arena
143 TOS The Alternative Factor
144 TOS Tomorrow is Yesterday
145 TOS The Return of the Archons
146 TOS A Taste of Armageddon
147 TOS Space Seed                                                                            Ephraim and Dot (Short)
148 TOS This Side of Paradise
149 TOS Devil in the Dark
150 TOS Errand of Mercy
151 TOS The City on the Edge of Forever
152 TOS Operation:Annihilate!
153 TOS Catspaw
154 TOS Metamorphosis
155 TOS Friday's Child
156 TOS Who Mourns for Adonais?
157 TOS Amok Time
158 TOS The Doomsday Machine
159 TOS Wolf in the Fold
160 TOS The Changeling
161 TOS The Apple
162 TOS Mirror, Mirror
163 TOS The Deadly Years
164 TOS I, Mudd
165 TOS The Trouble with Tribbles
166 TOS Bread and Circuses
167 TOS Journey to Babel
168 TOS A Private Little War
169 TOS The Gamesters of Triskelion
170 TOS Obsession
171 TOS The Immunity Syndrome
172 TOS A Piece of the Action
173 TOS By Any Other Name
174 TOS Return to Tomorrow
175 TOS Patterns of Force
176 TOS The Ultimate Computer
177 TOS The Omega Glory
178 TOS Assignment:Earth
179 TOS Spectre of the Gun
180 TOS Elaan of Troyius
181 TOS The Paradise Syndrome
182 TOS The Enterprise Incident
183 TOS And the Children Shall Lead
184 TOS Spock's Brain
185 TOS Is There in Truth No Beauty?
186 TOS The Empath
187 TOS The Tholian Web
188 ENT In a Mirror, Darkly, Part I
189 ENT In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II
190 TOS For the World Is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky
191 TOS Day of the Dove
192 TOS Plato's Stepchildren
193 TOS Wink of An Eye
194 TOS That Which Survives
195 TOS Let That Be Your Last Battlefield
196 TOS Whom Gods Destroy
197 TOS The Mark of Gideon
198 TOS The Lights of Zetar
199 TOS The Cloud Minders
200 TOS The Way to Eden
201 TOS Requiem for Methuselah
202 TOS The Savage Curtain
203 TOS All Our Yesterdays
204 TOS Turnabout Intruder                                      Star Trek: The Animated Series
205 MOV Star Trek: The Motion Picture
206 MOV The Wrath of Kahn
207 MOV The Search for Spock
208 MOV The Voyage Home
209 MOV The Final Frontier
210 MOV The Undiscovered Country
211 TNG Encounter at Farpoint c
212 TNG The Naked Now
213 TNG Code of Honor
214 TNG The Last Outpost
215 TNG Where No One Has Gone Before
216 TNG Lonely Among Us
217 TNG Justice
218 TNG The Battle
219 TNG Hide and Q
220 TNG Haven
221 TNG The Big Goodbye
222 TNG Datalore
223 TNG Angel One
224 TNG 11001001
225 TNG Too Short a Season
226 TNG When The Bough Breaks
227 TNG Home Soil
228 TNG Coming of Age
229 TNG Heart of Glory
230 TNG The Arsenal of Freedom
231 TNG Symbiosis
232 TNG Skin of Evil
233 TNG We'll Always Have Paris
234 TNG Conspiracy
235 TNG The Neutral Zone
236 TNG The Child
237 TNG Where Silence Has Lease
238 TNG Elementary, Dear Data
239 TNG The Outrageous Okona
240 TNG Loud as a Whisper
241 TNG The Schizoid Man
242 TNG Unnatural Selection
243 TNG A Matter of Honor
244 TNG The Measure of a Man
245 TNG The Dauphin
246 TNG Contagion 
247 TNG The Royale
248 TNG Time Squared
249 TNG The Icarus Factor
250 TNG Pen Pals
251 TNG Q Who?
252 TNG The Samaritan Snare
253 TNG Up the Long Ladder
254 TNG Manhunt
255 TNG The Emissary
256 TNG Peak Performance
257 TNG Shades of Gray
258 TNG Evolution
259 TNG The Ensigns of Command
260 TNG The Survivors
261 TNG Who Watches the Watchers?
262 TNG The Bonding
263 TNG Booby Trap
264 TNG The Enemy
265 TNG The Price
266 TNG The Vengeance Factor
267 TNG The Defector
268 TNG The Hunted
269 TNG The High Ground 
270 TNG Deja Q 
271 TNG A Matter of Perspective 
272 TNG Yesterday's Enterprise
273 TNG The Offspring
274 TNG Sins of the Father
275 TNG Allegiance
276 TNG Captain's Holiday
277 TNG Tin Man
278 TNG Hollow Pursuits
279 TNG The Most Toys
280 TNG Sarek
281 TNG Menage a Troi
282 TNG Transfigurations
283 TNG The Best of Both Worlds, Part I
284 TNG The Best of Both Worlds, Part II
285 TNG Family
286 TNG Brothers
287 TNG Suddenly Human
288 TNG Remember Me
289 TNG Legacy
290 TNG Reunion
291 TNG Future Imperfect
292 TNG Final Mission
293 TNG The Loss
294 TNG Data's Day
295 TNG The Wounded
296 TNG Clues
297 TNG Devil's Due
298 TNG First Contact
299 TNG Galaxy's Child
300 TNG Night Terrors
301 TNG Identity Crisis
302 TNG The Nth Degree
303 TNG Qpid
304 TNG The Drumhead
305 TNG Half a Life
306 TNG The Host
307 TNG The Mind's Eye
308 TNG In Theory
309 TNG Redemption, Part I
310 TNG Redemption, Part II
311 TNG Darmok
312 TNG Ensign Ro
313 TNG Silicon Avatar
314 TNG Disaster
315 TNG The Game
316 TNG Unification, Part I c
317 TNG Unification, Part II c
318 TNG A Matter of Time
319 TNG New Ground
320 TNG Hero Worship
321 TNG Violations
322 TNG The Masterpiece Society
323 TNG Conundrum
324 TNG Power Play
325 TNG Ethics
326 TNG The Outcast
327 TNG Cause and Effect
328 TNG The First Duty
329 TNG Cost of Living
330 TNG The Perfect Mate
331 TNG Imaginary Friend
332 TNG I, Borg
333 TNG The Next Phase
334 TNG The Inner Light
335 TNG Time's Arrow, Part I
336 TNG Time's Arrow, Part II
337 TNG Realm of Fear
338 TNG Man of the People
339 TNG Relics c
340 TNG Schisms
341 TNG True-Q
342 TNG Rascals
343 TNG A Fistful of Datas
344 TNG The Quality of Life
345 TNG Chain of Command, Part I
346 TNG Chain of Command, Part II
347 DS9 Emissary c
348 DS9 Past Prologue
349 DS9 A Man Alone
350 DS9 Babel
351 TNG Ship in a Bottle
352 DS9 Captive Pursuit
353 TNG Aquiel
354 DS9 Q-Less
355 TNG Face of the Enemy
356 DS9 Dax
357 TNG Tapestry
358 DS9 The Passenger
359 TNG Birthright, Part I c
360 TNG Birthright, Part II
361 DS9 Move Along Home
362 DS9 The Nagus
363 TNG Starship Mine
364 TNG Lessons
365 DS9 Vortex
366 DS9 Battle Lines
367 DS9 The Storyteller
368 TNG The Chase
369 TNG Frame of Mind
370 TNG Suspicions
371 DS9 Progress
372 TNG Rightful Heir
373 DS9 If Wishes Were Horses
374 TNG Second Chances
375 DS9 Dramatis Personae
376 DS9 The Forsaken
377 DS9 Duet
378 TNG Timescape
379 DS9 In the Hands of the Prophets
380 TNG Descent, Part I
381 TNG Descent, Part II
382 DS9 The Homecoming (1)
383 DS9 The Circle (2)
384 DS9 The Siege (3)
385 TNG Liaisons
386 TNG Gambit, Part I
387 TNG Gambit, Part II
388 DS9 Cardassians
389 DS9 Invasive Procedures
390 TNG Interface
391 TNG Phantasms
392 DS9 Melora
393 TNG Dark Page
394 DS9 Rules of Acquisition
395 DS9 Necessary Evil
396 TNG Attached
397 TNG Force of Nature
398 DS9 Second Sight
399 DS9 Sanctuary
400 TNG Parallels
401 DS9 Rivals
402 DS9 The Alternate
403 TNG Inheritance
404 TNG Homeward
405 TNG The Pegasus
406 ENT These Are the Voyages... c
407 DS9 Armageddon Game
408 TNG Sub Rosa
409 TNG Lower Decks
410 DS9 Paradise
411 DS9 Whispers
412 DS9 Shadowplay
413 TNG Thine Own Self
414 TNG Masks
415 DS9 Playing God
416 TNG Eye of the Beholder
417 DS9 Profit and Loss
418 TNG Genesis
419 DS9 Blood Oath
420 TNG Journey's End
421 DS9 The Maquis, Part I
422 DS9 The Maquis, Part II
423 TNG Firstborn c
424 TNG Bloodlines
425 DS9 The Wire
426 TNG Emergence
427 DS9 Crossover
428 TNG Preemptive Strike
429 DS9 The Collaborator
430 DS9 Tribunal
431 TNG All Good Things…
432 DS9 The Jem'Hadar
433 DS9 The Search, Part I
434 DS9 The Search, Part II
435 DS9 The House of Quark
436 DS9 Equilibrium
437 DS9 Second Skin
438 DS9 The Abandoned
439 DS9 Civil Defense
440 VOY Caretaker c
441 DS9 Meridian
442  VOY Parallax
443 DS9 Defiant c
444 DS9 Fascination
445 DS9 Past Tense, Part I
446 DS9 Past Tense, Part II
447 VOY Time and Again
448 DS9 Life Support
449 DS9 Heart of Stone
450 VOY Phage
451 DS9 Destiny
452 VOY The Cloud
453 DS9 Prophet Motive
454 DS9 Visionary
455 VOY Eye of the Needle
456 VOY Ex Post Facto
457 VOY Emanations
458 MOV Generations c
459 VOY Prime Factors
460 DS9 Distant Voices
461 VOY State of Flux
462 DS9 Through the Looking Glass c
463 VOY Heroes and Demons
464 DS9 Improbable Cause (1)
465 DS9 The Die is Cast (2)
466 VOY Cathexis
467 DS9 Explorers
468 VOY Faces
469 DS9 Family Business
470 VOY Jetrel
471 DS9 Shakaar
472 VOY Learning Curve
473 DS9 Facets 
474 VOY Projections c
475 VOY Elogium
476 DS9 The Adversary
477 VOY The 37's
478 VOY Initiations
479  VOY Non Sequitur
480 DS9 The Way of the Warrior (Part I, II) c
481 VOY Twisted
482 DS9 The Visitor
483 DS9 Hippocratic Oath
484  VOY Parturition
485 DS9 Indiscretion
486 VOY Persistence of Vision
487 VOY Tattoo
488  VOY Cold Fire
489 DS9 Rejoined
490 VOY Maneuvers
491 DS9 Starship Down
492 DS9 Little Green Men
493 DS9 The Sword of Kahless
494 VOY Resistance
495 DS9 Our Man Bashir
496 DS9 Homefront (1)
497 DS9 Paradise Lost (2)
498 VOY Prototype
499 VOY Death Wish c
500 VOY Alliances
501 DS9 Crossfire
502 VOY Threshold
503 DS9 Return to Grace
504 VOY Meld
505 VOY Dreadnought
506 VOY Lifesigns
507 VOY Investigations
508 VOY Deadlock
509 DS9 Sons of Mogh
510 DS9 Bar Association
511 DS9 Accession
512 VOY Innocence
513 DS9 Rules of Engagement
514 DS9 Hard Time
515 DS9 Shattered Mirror
516 VOY The Thaw
517 DS9 The Muse
518 VOY Tuvix
519 DS9 For the Cause
520 VOY Resolutions
521 DS9 To the Death
522 DS9 The Quickening
523 DS9 Body Parts
524 DS9 Broken Link
525 VOY The Basics, Part I
526 VOY The Basics, Part II
527 DS9 Apocalypse Rising
528 DS9 The Ship
529 VOY Sacred Ground
530 VOY False Profits
531 VOY Flashback c
532 VOY The Chute
533 VOY Remember
534 VOY The Swarm
535 DS9 …Nor the Battle to the Strong
536 DS9 Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places
537 DS9 The Assignment
538 DS9 Trials and Tribble-ations c
539 VOY Future's End, Part I
540 VOY Future's End, Part II
541 DS9 Let He Who is Without Sin…
542 DS9 Things Past
543 VOY Warlord
544 DS9 The Ascent
545  VOY The Q and the Grey
546 DS9 Rapture
547 DS9 The Darkness and the Light
548 VOY Macrocosm
549 VOY Fair Trade
550 VOY Alter Ego
551 DS9 The Begotten
552 DS9 For the Uniform
553 VOY Coda
554 VOY Blood Fever
555 MOV First Contact c
556 DS9 In Purgatory's Shadow
557 DS9 By Inferno's Light
558 VOY Unity
559 VOY Darkling
560 DS9 Doctor Bashir, I Presume c
561 VOY Rise
562 DS9 A Simple Investigation
563 DS9 Business as Usual
564 DS9 Ties of Blood and Water
565 VOY Favorite Son
566 DS9 Ferengi Love Songs
567 DS9 Soldiers of the Empire
568 DS9 Children of Time
569 VOY Before and After
570 VOY Real Life
571 VOY Distant Origin
572 VOY Displaced
573 DS9 Blaze of Glory
574 VOY Worst Case Scenario
575 DS9 Empok Nor
576 VOY Scorpion, Part I
577 VOY Scorpion, Part II
578 VOY The Gift
579 DS9 In the Cards
580 DS9 Call to Arms
581 VOY Day of Honor 
582 VOY Nemesis 
583 VOY Revulsion
584 DS9 A Time to Stand
585 DS9 Rocks and Shoals
586 DS9 Sons and Daughters
587 DS9 Behind the Lines
588 DS9 Favor the Bold
589 DS9 Sacrifice of Angels
590 VOY The Raven
591 VOY Scientific Method
592 DS9 You are Cordially Invited…
593 VOY Year of Hell, Part I
594 VOY Year of Hell, Part II
595 DS9 Resurrection
596 VOY Random Thoughts
597 DS9 Statistical Probabilities
598 VOY Concerning Flight
599 DS9 The Magnificent Ferengi
600 DS9 Waltz
601 VOY Mortal Coil
602 VOY Waking Moments
603 VOY Message in a Bottle
604 DS9 Who Mourns for Morn?
605 DS9 Far Beyond the Stars
606 DS9 One Little Ship
607 VOY Hunters
608 DS9 Honor Among Thieves
609 DS9 Change of Heart
610 VOY Prey
611 VOY Retrospect
612 VOY The Killing Game (Part I)
613 VOY The Killing Game (Part II)
614 DS9 Wrongs Darker than Death or Night
615 DS9 Inquisition
616 DS9 In the Pale Moonlight
617 VOY Vis a Vis
618  VOY The Omega Directive
619 DS9 His Way
620 VOY Unforgettable
621 DS9 The Reckoning
622 VOY Living Witness*
623 DS9 Valiant
624 VOY Demon
625 DS9 Profit and Lace
626 VOY One
627 DS9 Time's Orphan
628 VOY Hope and Fear
629 DS9 The Sound of her Voice
630 DS9 Tears of the Prophets
631 VOY Night
632 VOY Drone
633 VOY Extreme Risk
634 VOY In the Flesh
635 VOY Once Upon a Time
636 VOY Nothing Human
637 VOY Timeless c
638 DS9 Image in the Sand
639 DS9 Shadows and Symbols
640 DS9 Afterimage
641 DS9 Take Me Out to the Holosuite
642 DS9 Chrysalis
643 DS9 Treachery, Faith, and the Great River
644 DS9 Once More Unto the Breach
645 DS9 The Siege of AR-558
646 VOY Thirty Days
647 DS9 Covenant
648 VOY Infinite Regress
649 VOY Counterpoint
650 DS9 It's Only a Paper Moon
651 MOV Insurrection
652 DS9 Prodigal Daughter
653 VOY Latent Image
654 VOY Bride of Chaotica
655 DS9 The Emperor's New Cloak
656 VOY Gravity
657 DS9 Field of Fire
658 VOY Bliss
659 DS9 Chimera
660 VOY The Disease
661 DS9 Badda-Bing Badda-Bang
662 DS9 Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges
663 VOY Course: Oblivion
664 VOY Dark Frontier (Part I, II)
665 VOY The Fight
666 VOY Think Tank
667 DS9 Penumbra
668 DS9 'Til Death Do Us Part
669 DS9 Strange Bedfellows
670 DS9 The Changing Face of Evil
671 DS9 When it Rains…
672 DS9 Tacking into the Wind
673 DS9 Extreme Measures
674 DS9 The Dogs of War
675 DS9 What You Leave Behind
676 VOY Juggernaut
677 VOY Someone to Watch Over Me
678 VOY 11:59
679 VOY Relativity
680 VOY Warhead
681 VOY Equinox, Part I
682 VOY Equinox, Part II
683 VOY Survival Instinct
684 VOY Barge of the Dead
685 VOY Tinker, Tenor, Doctor, Spy
686 VOY Dragon's Teeth
687 VOY Alice
688 VOY Riddles
689 VOY One Small Step
690 VOY The Voyager Conspiracy
691  VOY Pathfinder c
692 VOY Fair Haven
693 VOY Tsunkatse
694 VOY Blink of an Eye
695 VOY Virtuoso
696 VOY Collective
697 VOY Memorial
698 VOY Spirit Folk
699 VOY Ashes to Ashes
700 VOY Child's Play
701 VOY Good Shepherd
702 VOY Fury
703 VOY Live Fast and Prosper
704  VOY Lifeline c
705 VOY Muse
706 VOY The Haunting of Deck Twelve
707 VOY Unimatrix Zero, Part I
708 VOY Unimatrix Zero, Part II
709 VOY Drive
710 VOY Repression
711 VOY Imperfection
712 VOY Critical Care
713 VOY Inside Man c
714 VOY Body and Soul
715 VOY Nightingale
716 VOY Flesh and Blood (Part I, II)
717 VOY Shattered
718 VOY Lineage
719 VOY Repentance
720 VOY Prophesy
721 VOY The Void
722 VOY Workforce, Part I
723 VOY Workforce, Part II
724 VOY Human Error
725 VOY Q2
726 VOY Author, Author
727 VOY Friendship One
728 VOY Natural Law
729 VOY Homestead
730 VOY Renaissance Man
731 VOY Endgame
732 MOV Nemesis c Star Trek: Lower Decks
733 MOV Star Trek (2009)  -> Kelvin Timeline: "Into Darkness" & "Beyond"             Children of Mars (Short)
734 PIC Remembrance                                                                          
735 PIC Maps and Legends
736 PIC The End is the Beginning
737 PIC Absolute Candor
738 PIC Stardust City Rag
739 PIC The Impossible Box
740 PIC Napenthe
741 PIC Broken Pieces
742 PIC Et in Arcadia Ego, Part I
743 PIC Et in Arcadia Ego, Part II
                                                                                                                          Calypso (Short)



255 comments:

  1. So I realize that the reboot movie are an alternate timeline...but still...why not include them anyway? They are great movies! And interesting to watch, in relation to the rest of the Star Trek canon. Is there a reason you left them out?

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    1. I agree, they are great movies, and in fact we did include the first one (and just added the other two... sort of). The purpose of this list was to order the Primeline, Live Action canon. Hopefully we'll get enough Kelvin Timeline content to eventually make give it it's own list! ;)

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  2. The Voyager episode Timeless has, at this point Captain Geordi LaForge. I dunno if that counts cause its a time travel paradox headache episode, buts hes a TNG charector and hes in it

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  3. will you be updating this list once the new series and more of the movies come out? as it stands, the movie into darkness (as of the date of this comment) should be number 706 on this list. i do hope you update this list for when the new series comes out, adding in those episodes after each season.

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    1. I added a section in "The Process" detailing our choice to include... but not include these two films.

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  4. Where does the anime fit into this timeline

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    1. Our goal for this was to do a chronology of the Primeline, Live Action canon. However, we did add to the list the spot where The Animated Series could be included if you want to watch it. Thanks!

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  5. Thanks Soooooo Much for going to the effort of publishing this list. I have just started watching it chronologically and now thanks to you I can do it perfectly!!!

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  6. The Episodes ENT: In a Mirror, Darkly could be moved down on the list to coincide and be portrayed after the events which happen in Episode TOS: The Tholian Web since in fact it involves an alternate ENT crew and time line.. Just a thought.

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    1. You bring up a great point! Upon further thought and examination, we've decided to change our placement of those episodes. It actually adheres more to our own Time Travel rule when you consider the USS Defiant and a Primeline "character". Thanks for pointing this out. We appreciate it!

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    2. All the episodes numbers after the ENT eps you just inserted need to be shifted down, 163 on.

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    3. We didn't insert them, but rather moved them from an earlier placement, so it won't add numbers following that point. I did notice a typo in the one number though, so thanks!!

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    1. Wow! You're right! Thanks for catching that. We've updated it. :)

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  9. Correct me if I'm wrong, please but wouldn't Star Trek: 2009 occur in the timeline at Slot # 97, which is where you have the beginning of Star Trek: The Original Series taking place, because, if I remember from that film, isn't that when Whedon says Kirk takes command of the Enterprise for the first time? Also, according to Star Trek: Into Darkness, wouldn't that film (Into Darkness) occur just after Slot # 138? And Star Trek: Beyond would occur in-between Slots # 161 - 162, or no? What about The Animated Series? When do the events of that series occur in this timeline? Sorry about all the questions, I'm just trying to get the series and films in as close to chronological order as I possibly can. Thank you for taking the time to read this. I appreciate it!

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    1. No, ST09 starts in the prime timeline after the events of VOY and Nemesis. Spock than crosses in to the Kelvin timeline and it starts all over. Since STID and BEY are in a new timeline, you can't insert them chronologically in between TOS. ST09 can be where it is since it starts in the original timeline and the other 2 films should continue after ST09 since technically it's continuing on from the prime timeline since Spock is still alive until BEY.

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    2. Those films take place in an alternate universe/timeline which is why they aren't placed there. If you want to read our reasoning for their placement, just go to The Process section and scroll down to "Star Trek 2009". :)

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  10. This is probably the most descriptive explanation of the Star Trek Canon that I've ever seen! I can't wait to watch the whole canon in order now!

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  11. Hi guys,

    Great piece of work! I did "this" with the help of Excel back in 2002 but didn't have the chance to actually watch all the episodes in the crested order. I interpolated missing stardates when it was about aligning episodes of different series. The result is similar but remotely as precice as what you did. I never checked episodes to see if there would be contextual issues. I'm impressed by your work and since I am watching TNG in HD now, I'm looking forward to finally seeing DS9 mix in, using your list. The fun thing is, VOY started 4 months after TNG, so mix-watching goes on! I watched the beginning of GENERATIONS and paused (actually stopped) the movie before watching TNG. I will continue the movie at the TNG part. I know, splitting a movie or episode might feel weir but I like the idea of putting a whole series that actually happened into this flash-forward. So the first, TOS part of the movie will feel like being ages ago and the later Nexus fun will feel more like a gift from the past. Anyway, I hope you enjoyed the work and keep enjoying watching the shows.

    My best regards,
    Sam

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    1. It was a blast doing this even though it was a lot of work. Glad you are enjoying it!

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  12. Where does Star Trek Discovery fall in this chronology?

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    1. It will fall between ENT & TOS.

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    2. That's not 100% known yet, however it is rumored to take place between ENT and TOS. We've noted that on the list and will update once it is actually released.

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    3. Also it's been confirmed that it takes place about 2 years after "The Cage". "In Star Trek: Discovery, set in 2256 (two years after the events of "The Cage"), the protagonist, a female lieutenant commander, will be referred to as "Number One" in honor of Majel Barrett's character (though not actually being the same character). Her real name will be revealed towards the end of the first season.[4][5]" -Wikipedia-

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    4. We must have missed that. The Discovery spot on the list for right now is just an estimated placeholder. Once the series is released we'll have a better idea of where it actually fits in the timeline. :)

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  13. Where does the animated series fall into this list

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  14. Hello
    Your recommendations above have been the best out of all others. Would you be so kind as to add the newer releases of movies and shows as this is only updated up til 2009.
    I would be so so grateful!!

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    1. Thanks so much! "Into Darkness" and "Beyond" have (sort of) been added to the list. You can visit the section called The Process for more information on the Kelvin Timeline films and their inclusion.

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  15. Will there be an update with the newest series

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  16. The printable checklist is gone. :(

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    1. We are aware that the printable checklist link no longer works. That file has been lost, but we'll work to replace it in the near future. :) Thank you!!

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  17. Shouldn't First Contact have no colored C next to it, since Worf is technically a TNG character first. Or if anything a DS9 colored C? Noit a VOY C?

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    1. The crossover notated in First Contact is for the appearance of Robert Picardo's EMH. Granted, it's technically a different EMH than Voyager's but we thought it still counts as a minor crossover moment.

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  19. Going by airdate, 13 ENT and 14 ENT appear to be transposed. Is that a mistake, or is there a timeline reason for the order change?

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    1. Good catch! That's the second "typo" error someone has caught. We appreciate it, and it has been corrected! Thanks! :)

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  20. Wouldn't "All Our Yesterdays" be a multi-temporal episode, because it occurs not only in TOS, but also at two other time periods, only one of which was identified (5000 years in the past), while the other is set during the equivalent of the Middle Ages in Sarpeidon's past?

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  21. There is a lot of time travel in that episode, yes. However, it wouldn't affect our placement of the episode chronologically in reference to the other episodes. For more information on how we handled episodes involving time travel, please reference the section titles "The Process". Thanks!

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  22. Great list! Send it to netflix! :D
    Are the movies after TOS and before TNg really needed for continuity? I'd rather skip them as they're not on netflix (in my country at least) and not sure how to get my hands on them without pirating...

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    1. I don't know if I'd say they are "vital" to enjoying the other shows. The events of Star Trek II are referenced a few times in DS9 and Voyager, and the events of Star Trek VI are referenced in The Next Generation, but they aren't major plot tie-ins. That being said, a few of those films are (in my humble opinion) some of the very best Trek has to offer! If you can get your hands on them it's totally worth it!

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  23. This list is so awesome(!!), but I'm wondering about your reasoning behind the placement of Generations. Obviously I know we're counting the TNG part, not the TOS part at the beginning, but with no known Stardate, is your placement of it based on references, or flow of diversity between episodes?
    My girlfriend and I are currently in the process of watching every single episode and movie of Star Trek, and are following this list (with the exception of watching ENT and Kelvin movies after Nemesis). I have seen all of them before, but she has not. I ask because I kinda feel weird showing her Generations slightly after the start of Voyager, instead of slightly before the series' start - like it was originally released. It feels neater to me to close out the TOS movies series before starting another new series, as opposed to having essentially 4 different series going on at once. I just want to make sure I'm not missing something. Thanks! LLAP :)

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    1. Genrations is placed according to it's Stardate, which is a later date than VOY: Caretaker, even though it was released in theaters prior to the airing of Caretaker. We generaly prioritize stardate over air date. When it comes to the TNG/DS9/VOY era. In a nutshell, the order of priority in that era is this:
      1.) Internal plot references
      2.) Stardate
      3.) Air date

      Hope that answers your question. Thanks for checking out our list!

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  24. Having been born in 1966, i have watched everything in somewhat of a release order, taking into account pre-internet & pre-DVR days, re-runs, and late night syndycate at 03:00 catching up on missed episodes.
    With Netflix now aquiring all the series, I am very excited to watch in this in your suggested cronological order.
    Also looking forward to Discovery ... if they ever get it together over there.

    Thanks for all your hard work!!!

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    1. Thanks! You're in for a treat. It was a lot of fun watching through them this way. It will take a while though. It took me about 18 months and that was with a pretty aggressive viewing schedule. Enjoy!! :)

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  25. Why is 594 VOY Living Witness not listed at the end? Since the entire episode occurs 700 years in the future shouldn't it be listed after all the other voyager episodes? I understand it's mainly flashback, but it seems to me that if we are going to do a true chronological list this would have to be at (or near) the end.

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    1. We actually address that episode specifically in our "The Process" section. Long-story-short although we're aware that technically it is the latest episode chronologically, it just doesn't feel right to make this episode the "final chapter" when viewing them all in sequence. It was a deliberate choice on our part to ignore the rules just this once. However, feel free to watch it at the end if you want to! :)

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    2. The point of origin In ENT: in a mirror darkly part one and two is in the mirror universe in the mid 22nd century so it should not even be on this list since it is a chronological order of the prime universe. Also can you fix the endention on TOS: the cage it bugs me

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    3. You're right about IAMD. We actually address that in our "The Process" section. Basically, although there is no "character" from the Prime Universe present, there is a ship from that universe (The USS Defiant from The Tholian Web), so using that as our point of reference we put those ENT episodes after that one.

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    4. Also, I'll see what I can do about that indentation.

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  26. I just wanted to thank you for this list. I wanted to watch ST for years and I never knew where to start so I just gave up and watched something else. After finding your list I finally started watching it for the first time ever. I am now on number 319 and I love ST. Have a nice day! :)

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  27. I just started watching in this order a couple of weeks ago in preparation for Discovery. I'm also working on my own spreadsheet in Excel with a listing of ship combats in each episode. While pulling up date information on Memory Alpha, I noticed that Cold Front takes place 1 week after Silent Enemy. Silent Enemy gives a date of September 1st, 2151 in the Captain's Log entry. (Yes, I read your note on how sometimes the Captain could get the date wrong.) But I am wondering about the source in Cold Front for a date of September 9th, 2151. Could you look into it, and if you think it is needed, swap the two episodes in your list?

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  28. Thanks for this! About two years ago I decided I wanted to watch Star Trek in chronological order and I was so glad I found this post! There is so much to go through but you've organized it so nicely!

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  29. DISCO SPOILERS:

    Hey guys! Now that we know Discovery season 3 is going to take place in/around the year 3187, does that bail out "Living Witness" as the anticlimactic conclusion to the Star Trek Chronology? Can we move it to its proper place in the timeline??

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    1. That's a great point. I think we'll leave "Living Witness" where it is for now, but once Discovery Season 3 gets going there's a good chance we'll move it!

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    2. The final part of Living Witness will still beat out discovery. Leaving voyager with the destinction of having trek's earliest, and latsest chronological event. And it can never be beaten on the earliest, onloy matched...

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  30. This is a really great, and really helpful project. I hope, now that the second season of Discovery and the new Picard series is due before the end of the year it will see an update soon.

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    1. Sorry about the delay in updates. This is a very very side project for me these days. However, I just updated it! :)

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  31. With season 2 of discovery out and Pikard on the way will this be updated anytime soon?

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    1. Updated today! Hope you're enjoying it!

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  32. Are you going to update for Discovery season 2 and the Short Treks?

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    1. Great catch! Fixed it. Cheers!

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  33. Planning to throw Std on the list? đŸ˜±

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  34. Greetings! I've recently discovered this awesome project of yours! I actually did something very similiar to this a number of years back for my own amusement, needless to say I've greatly enjoyed looking over your work.

    Having said that, I noticed a possible mix up on your list with two episodes. Seeing as your list uses stardates as the basis for your ordering it would appear that 'eye of the needle'(VOY SD-48579.4), and 'visionary' (DS9 SD-48576.7) are in the wrong order. I realize this is very much a nitpick, but just thought it was something you may have missed. I certainly don't mean this as a criticism of your stellar work.

    Cheers!

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    1. Thanks for catching that! I fixed it in this latest update. Cheers!

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  35. Greetings! I've just happened across this awesome project of yours! I actually did something very similiar to this a number of years back for my own amusement, needless to say I've greatly enjoyed looking over your work.

    Having said that, I noticed a possible mix up on your list with two episodes. Seeing as your list uses stardates as the basis for your ordering it would appear that 'eye of the needle'(VOY SD-48579.4), and 'visionary' (DS9 SD-48576.7) are in the wrong order. I realize this is very much a nitpick, but just thought it was something you may have missed. I certainly don't mean this as a criticism of your stellar work.

    Cheers!

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  36. Hell, yeah, you added the Discovery stuff!

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    1. Yep! Better late than never. Just added the Short Treks and season 2. :)

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  37. Just a thought but I was thinking that maybe The Short Trek "The Brightest Star" should come before The Cage because if I am correct The Cage is only three years before season one of Discovery. After Saru is taken from his home planet he would have attended Starfleet Academy which I am assuming is probably a four year program and also it would have probably taken several years for him to reach the rank he has in Discovery episode one.

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    1. You know, when I updated this yesterday with season 2 and the short Treks I was thinking the same thing, but I guess I never got around to moving it. Thanks for catching that! I'll fix it.

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  38. I suggest moving the following episodes and movie to these points:

    - 1893 -

    - August -

    Star Trek: The Next Generation – 5.26: "Time's Arrow" (2368 – August, 1893) >

    Star Trek: The Next Generation – 6.01: "Time's Arrow, Part 2"

    - 1968 -

    - April -

    Star Trek: The Original Series – 2.26: "Assignment: Earth"

    - 2004 -

    - October -

    Star Trek: Enterprise – 3.11: Temporal Cold War / Xindi War - "Carpenter Street"

    - 2063 -

    - April -

    Star Trek: First Contact (2373 – April 5th, 2063)

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    1. Thanks for the input. We set out to create a chronological order of episodes, rather than events, with the idea that5 someone could actually (and simply) view them in this order. For that reason we made a very specific decision on what to do in the case of time travel. You can refer to the "The Process" section of this page for our detailed description of how we created this list. Thanks!

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  39. Also, a few more things. The following should be moved to look like this:

    - 2170s -

    - May -

    Star Trek: Voyager – 4.08 : "Year Of Hell" > (March 16th – May 28th, 2374)

    - ???? -

    Star Trek: Voyager – 4.09 : "Year Of Hell, Part 2" (July 27th, 2374 – Alternate 2170s)

    - 2378 -

    Star Trek: Voyager – 7.24: "Renaissance Man"

    Star Trek: Voyager – 7.25/7.26 : "Endgame" (2404 – 2378)

    Star Trek: Voyager – 7.20 : Barclay And The Pathfinder Project - "Author, Author"

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  40. The official abbreviation of Star Trek: Discovery is DIS and I think Star Trek: Short Treks (ST) is it’s own series separate from Star Trek: Discovery.

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    1. I've always seen it abbreviated as DSC. I don't see any abbreviations on the official Star Trek website, and the wikipedia page that lists all the abbreviations shows Discovery as DSC. That being said, if you can show me something official to the contrary I'll be happy to change it. I know Short Treks have their own abbreviation, but at this point they are so closely tied to Discovery I chose to include them as such but denote them as "Short Treks". If that changes in the future, I'll probably give them their own category.

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  41. Some things to note:

    "Assignment: Earth" takes place entirely in 1968.

    "Carpenter Street" has a 2004 point of origin and also ends in the same year.

    Also, does "These Are The Voyages" end chronologically before "The Pegasus" or is it the other way around?

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    1. Thanks for your notes! Here's a quick explanation of why those episodes are where they are:

      - Assignment Earth takes place entirely in 1968, however the main Star Trek characters present in that story travel there from the 23rd century. Even though that act of travel is't explicitly shown on screen, I think this makes more sense than placing that episode at the very beginning before "Broken Bow". where it has no context at all.

      - Similarly, "Carpenter Street" starts and ends the episode in 2004, but the point of origin of the main characters is in the 22nd century. In other words, it's the story of Archer's 22nd century crew traveling back to 2004.

      - "These are the Voyages" runs parallel with "The Pegasus". Ideally you would actually cut and splice these two episodes together into one episode (which I've actually done and it's awesome!), but practically speaking, when viewing them most people will watch one, then watch the other. Since TATV references "The Pegasus" rather than vice-verse, it's make more sense to put that one second.

      Hope that helps. Thanks for viewing!

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    2. Thanks for the reply! I can appreciate your reasoning.

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  42. where does star trek into the darkness and star trek and beyond fall in this timeline

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    1. Those take place in an alternate timeline, so they don't fit into the "Prime" timeline anywhere. The first of those movies, Star Trek (2009) is on this list because Prime-timeline Spock is a main character in that movie, and the movie is placed appropriately in that character's timeline. If you'd like to include them in your re-watch, I recommend watching them as an "off-shoot" immediately following Star Trek (2009). Hope that helps!

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    2. Spock Prime appears in STID too and his death plays a part in Beyond though.

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    3. That is true, and we addressed those facts in our "The Process" section. Basically, we didn't think the STID cameo and the simple mention/visual reference of Spock Prime's death were enough of a story point to include those films in a chronology of the Prime canon. They are more of a tangental offshoot that Star Trek (2009) where Spock Prime is a main character and events from the Primeline (destruction of Romulus, etc) are told and shown.

      That being said, to each their own and I would recommend watching them right after ST09 in your viewing order if you want to include them. :)

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    4. I just added them similarly to the way we added the Animated Series so that people see where wold be appropriate to watch them! :)

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    5. Not to be that "well technically..." guy, but the new Trilogy should really be placed in the years those films occur. We never actually see the Prime Timeline if memory serves, just the wormhole. Meaning the films are set in a parallel timeline entirely before TOS.

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    6. I see your point. To be more specific, when we place an episode from it's "point of origin" we don't mean the year so much as the point of origin from which Prime-Timeline characters who are central to the story appear. For example:

      We put "First Contact" in the 24th century, not the 21st century. Even if we were never shown the 24th century Borg battle at the beginning, we would still place it here because the central characters of the story are the 24th century crew of the Enterprise-E.

      Similarly, ST09 is included specifically because of a Prime-Timeline character - Spock Prime. That character's Prime-Timeline "point of origin" is the late 23rd century post-Nemesis.

      I hope that clears up our system a little better. Thanks for viewing and for your input!

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  43. Is there any reason that Spock’s Discovery appearances aren’t marked as crossovers? Is it because it isn’t really Leonard Nimoy, or because he’s kind of a main character on Discovery, or did you just not mark them yet?

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    1. I thought about marking them, but there are quite a few in that season. He's more of a main character in the season than a "crossover" guest appearance. It's he same reason we didn't mark all of Worf's appearances in DS9. I suppose it might be worth marking his first appearance on DSC as a crossover, or maybe "Such Sweet Sorrow" since he shows up in uniform on the actual Enterprise.

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    2. That makes sense. I think it isn’t quite the same deal as Worf, since Spock was only in a handful of Discovery episodes in season 2 and will likely never appear on the show again. It is an unusual case, but I guess similar decisions will have to be made once Seven and Data show up on Picard.

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  44. First of all, thank you so much for all of your work on the timeline and for keeping it updated with Discovery and the Short Treks.

    Regarding the short trek Runaway, before you updated your list I had it placed between Saints of Imperfection and The Sounds of Thunder since there's no May in Tilly's head, the end of Saints of Imperfection does not lead into The Sounds of Thunder, and because there could be a chunk of time between those 2 episodes. I see you placed it between Brother and New Eden which could also work. Did you have any specific reasons for placing it there or is it where it works best in your opinion?

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    1. Dammit Jim! ...sorry, I couldn't resist. ;)

      I'm glad you're enjoying the timeline!

      As for "Runaway", there isn't a lot of specific information to go on, but typically we'll use the following order of priority when placing an episode:
      1.) Internal plot references/dialog
      2.) Stardate (when they make sense ala TNG, etc.)
      3.) Air Date

      In the case of "Runaway", we moved it out of the way of the "Will You Take My Hand"/"Brother" connection, but kept it fairly relative to it's air date (prior to "Brother") by placing right afterward. No other reason than that really. :)

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  45. I did this in the year before Trek 09. Started with Broken Bow and went through to Nemesis. I did insert TAS into the third season of TOS watching an animated show after a live action episode, just because I didn't want to sit through all of TAS in a row. I also did the Kirk opener of Generations after ST: VI and then stopped the movie and went to Encounter at Farpoint. When it came to finish Generations I picked up the film after Kirk's death on the Enterprise-B. And even though it really messed up a great TNG episode, I wedged ENT: These Are The Voyages in the middle of TNG's The Pegasus. I didn't do the ENT: Mirror shows after Tholian Web, but I do like that arrangement better than watching it during ENT. Great list! I'm tempted to start again with the lead up to ST: Picard, but we'eve got Short Treks Season 2 coming up and want to get Spock's coming on the Enterprise in the right spot. Details! lol

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  46. At first I was going to simply rewatch TNG and the movies that followed, in preparation for Picard.
    ...Here I am now, preparing a massive, franchise-wise, chronological rewatch of the whole thing.
    Bless this effort, and bless you for making sure it'll happen the right way.
    (I still remember alternating TNG/DS9/VOY according to Memory Alpha stated stardates, years ago...)

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    1. Enjoy the journey! For me it was about 18 months with a pretty aggressive viewing schedule (and that didn't include Discovery). Worth every minute! Glad you're enjoying the list!

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  47. My daughter and I have been using this to give her the full ST experience for about 7 years now. We finally got to the last season of TNG this year but we noticed that you have TNG S7 Ep: 3 Interface in the wrong place. It aired on 2 Oct 93 before Gambit Pt 1 & 2. You have it listed after DS9 S2 Ep: 4 & 5 Cardassian and Invasive Procedure (which are also listed backwards). Just wanted you to know! Great job otherwise!

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    1. I'm so glad you and your daughter have been enjoying watching through this together!

      To answer your question, we use a basic order of priority when sorting out the later 24th Century episodes:
      1.) Internal plot references
      2.) Stardate
      3.) Production order or Air Date

      In the case of the episodes you mentioned, there are no internal plot references that would dictate their relationship to each other, so we went to the stardates. In this case they have the following stardates:
      - Gambit (1) 47135.2
      - Cardassians 47177.2
      - Invasive Procedures 47182.1
      - Interface 47215.5

      This does order them differently that originally aired, but since their are no plot references to suggest they need to be in air date order, the on-screen mentioned stardate becomes the deciding factor in placement. Thus our placement of those episodes.

      I hope that helps. Thanks for asking though. We have made small errors like that in the past so I always appreciate the opportunity to double check! I hope you and your daughter continue to enjoy the journey!

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  48. Great work on this and keeping it updated for so long.

    I was wondering what the reasoning is for putting Insurrection after What We Leave Behind. It was released in the middle of DS9s 7th season and dialogue in the film tells us that the Dominion War is still going on. Most other sources I've seen place the film around the time of the episode Its Only a Paper Moon, which covers a relatively long period of time and in which Worf only appears right at the start.

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    1. Insurrection is easily the most contested placement on this list. It's very difficult to place, and could fit well either during "It's Only a Paper Moon", or following "What You Leave Behind" depending on how you interpret some of the dialog in the film. We chose to go with after "What You Leave Behind", and you can check our our reasoning in more detail in the "How We Did It" page under "Sorting out temporal anomalies". I stand by our placement, but honestly it's anyone's guess so feel free to view it wherever you feel it fits best. Happy viewing!

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  49. What about researching the trek novels in the timeline

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    1. As fun as that would be, we set out to specifically create a timeline of the Prime Live Action Canon. One of the issues (besides the enormous amount of work it would take) is that some of the older novels that makes sense canon-wise when they were written are later contradicted by on-screen reveals and thus wouldn't make sense in the same timeline. That being said, it would be fun. ;)

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  50. Gran trabajo por esta cronologĂ­a de la serie:

    Yo no soy un experto, pero tengo una duda entre el episodio 22 y 23 de la segunda temporada de Enterprise no deberĂ­a estar la PelĂ­cula TNG "Primer Contacto" debido que es en el episodio 23 donde se hace una referencia explicita a este hecho; ademĂĄs porque es justo la serie que hace una fuerte referencia a los viajes en el tiempo.

    O creen que existe otra consideraciĂłn para mantenerla en donde se encuentra colocada actualmente.

    Saludos.

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    1. ¡Gracias por ver!

      Por favor, perdona mi mala traducciĂłn. Estoy usando Google para ayudarme.

      Puede que no esté entendiendo tu pregunta por completo, pero la forma en que maneja el viaje en el tiempo es desde la perspectiva de los personajes principales. Entonces, en el caso de "Primer Contacto", el episodio se ubica en la era de la cual son los personajes principales.

      Espero que sea Ăștil. ¡Me alegra que estĂ©s disfrutando del sitio!

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  51. Hello,

    I never watched any Star Trek episodes or movies before simply because I can't watch something NOT in chronological order. Your list really helped me to start watching it and I'm enjoying it so far.

    Right now I'm at the end of Enterprise and I just skipped In a Mirror, Darkly. But I read that Discovery is using what happened in these two episodes, I was wondering if it's essential to watch IAMD to understand what is happening in Discovery. Technically what happened in IAMD already happened in the point of view of Archer (I didn't watch the episodes, just a guess) so I wouldn't feel too bad about watching it now, but I'll gladly keep these episodes for later if it's not essential to understand Discovery. Keep in mind that I know nothing of the lore of Star Trek except what happened in Enterprise.

    Also I'd like to know if it's possible to get a download link for all episodes with the earth date/star date for each episodes, I love knowing when I am exactly when watching a new episode.

    Thanks for the great list!

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    1. I'm glad you're enjoying the list!

      To be honest, now that the Discovery episodes reference IAMD, the placement of those could really be set either place. It's sort of a time travel paradox or "triangle". With the ship the Difiant being the primary crossover "character" between them it goes something like this:
      - IAMD takes place in the Mirror Universe before the Discovery episodes
      - The Discovery episodes take place (from the POV of the Prime Universe characters before The Tholian Web
      - The Tholian Web (from the POV of the Difiant) takes place before IAMD.

      So it really comes down to where you decide you want the questions to be answered about where the ship came from, etc. There's really no right or wrong, but since IAMD technically ONLY takes place in the Mirror Universe, we decided to place it after The Tholian Web. That also might answer your other questions. Prime Universe Archer doesn't have a POV in this because he's never involved in it. Only Mirror Universe Archer who never appears again. I'm sure that's all confusing but I hope it's helpful!

      Unfortunately, the database program I originally used to create the list that had all the stardates written in has been lost. I stand by the accuracy of this list, but I don't have a version that includes the written stardates anymore. There a downloadable version of our list at the top of this page however. Also, the stardates can easily be found for any given episode on Memory-Alpha. However, I will warn you that they only start to make sense around the time DS9 launches or shortly before. Up until then they are somewhat random and in consistent (especially in TOS).

      Enjoy the rest of the journey!

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    2. Fun fact since the tholian web is still considered "canon" it actually provides an odd paradox in its direct addition to STDs canon. The first lines in the episode are as follows "Has there been any record of a mutiny on a star ship before?" "No ensign there has never been a mutiny on record" Though considering the klingon federation war started with an attempted mutiny its interesting that the writers would choose to reference that exact episode. What I'm trying to say is don't watch discovery, it's genuinely awful and doesn't add anything to the lore other than odd inconsistencies

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    3. All of the shows have inconsistencies. Even in Tholian Web, they are ignoring the fact that Spock committed mutiny two seasons earlier in The Menagerie. Discovery is a great show and definitely worth watching.

      As for In a Mirror Darkly, I would watch that during Enterprise. It is set on January 13, 2155. The fact that it is in the Mirror Universe, or that no familiar characters are in the episode doesn’t change that. It is still pretty easy to understand the relevant Discovery episodes without having seen Enterprise though. Its just a nice bit of continuity.

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  52. Worf appears in 213 MOV The Undiscovered Country so it should have a C by it. He is the Defense Attorney for Kirk.

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    1. That's not Worf, that's one of his forefathers. Same actor, different character.

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    2. What ShaynePC said is correct. Typically, we only mark a crossover when a main character (not actor) appears. Since the character in STVI is not Worf himself we didn't mark it. Likewise, Brent Spiner appears as and ancestor of Data's creator in Enterprise, but he doesn't appear as Data so we didn't mark that either.

      We did make one exception to that rule however, in the DS9 episode "Dr. Bashir, I Presume" where Robert Picardo appears as Lewis Zimmerman, the creator of Voyager's EMH. Technically this is the same scenario as above, but we chose to mark it as a crossover since Dr. Zimmerman is directly connected to the EMH, shares many character traits and also appears himself in a few episodes of Voyager. Those series also ran congruently so we thought it was more applicable somehow because of that.

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  53. Add the animated series to the list it has all of the same writers from TOS and they consider it the fourth and fifth year of the original five year mission. Besides it's the only time in canon that Uhura actually gets to take command of the Enterprise

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    1. Thanks for the suggestion. We set out specifically to list the live-action canon. However, the overall placement of the Animated Series is notated on the list, with an explanation in the "The Process" section. Thanks for viewing and I hope you're enjoying it!

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    2. It might make sense to rethink that once Short Treks and the Nickelodeon show come out. TAS has always been of somewhat questionable canonicity, but it sounds like the new shows will be more unambiguously canon. It will also look a little weird once the animated Short Treks come out, when you have some Short Treks on your list but not others.

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  54. This is the best order ever, particularly for the TNG/DS9/VOY era. It's been almost 1 year and a half but I'm close to the end of it. I had already watched the movies, so I decided to start off with the tv series on Netflix. After watching Enterprise in June 2018 I started TNG in October 2018 and got to Nemesis in July 2019, watching about 3 episodes a day. Now I'm watching TOS and I believe I'll be done in 2 months.

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  55. Hi!

    Firstly, I've been using this site to help me watch Star Trek since around 2012? Maybe earlier?? It's my background show. Your chronology has elevated my experience that much more. Thank you! Also, it's fun to switch back and forth between different series. It's very cool to watch things happen at the same time but from different parts of the Galaxy.

    Secondly, #385 is spelled wrong. Too many 'm's in Homecoming.

    Thanks again, much apprec your time spent!

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    1. Thanks so much! I'm glad you're enjoying it! Also, thansk for spotting that spelling error. It's now corrected. :)

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  56. I did not read all of the comments and thus hope this has not already been mentioned.

    This has been the closest to chronological time that I've so far found. However, wouldn't first contact be very first? Although it starts and finishes in the future, the bulk of the movie would be before the events in all other series. I also think it would be more chronological if the opening of generations were seen before TNG, kicking over to TNG after Kirk disappears.

    Also The animated series was officially cannonized in 2007, and other series built off things in that show, so that should be included as well.

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    1. Thanks for your comment! Most of your questions I think are answered in our "How we did it Section", but the quick answers are:
      - When time travel is involved, we use the point of reference of the main characters rather than where they traveled to. In the case of First Contact, the main characters are the crew of the Enterprise E.
      - We have nothing against the Animated Series and it's general placement is noted on the list, but the goal of this poject was specifically Live Action Canon. To each their own though. Happy viewing!

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  57. Just curious where season 3 of Discovery fall into this timeline as it takkes 900 years of the Original Series same goes with picard where will that fit into this timeline as well again just curious

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    1. Just so i know where i need put the placw holders in my Google document of the timeline

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    2. At this point, our plan is place Season 3 of Discovery in the far future (latest on the chronological list). Normally we use the point of origin of the main crew (in the is case Discovery's) when dealing with time travel, however since it appears the remainder of the series will take place in the future it makes more sense to place it there.

      Likewise, the Picard season should take place after Nemesis (and ST '09), but before Discovery Season 3.

      I'll be updating the list with new content as each season ends, so you can expect all of Picard season 1 to be entered once the season is finished. Likewise with Discovery season 3 and so forth.

      Happy viewing!

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  58. When will the new Short Treks get added? I'm guessing Q+A would precede TOS The Cage but I have no idea where The Trouble with Benjamin is supposed to fall

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    1. I'll add them once all of them are finished. Since a the ones presented so far have very little context, it will be a bit of a guessing game, however I'm sure we can find placements that make the most sense. At this point, Q&A will definitely come before The Cage. The Trouble with Edward and Ask Not will probably make the most sense after DSC season 2 (after the Enterprise Crew is reassembled). The only thing I will want to check on is any indication of Spock's rank at the end of Ask Not. That might give an indication on whether it's earlier (like Q&A) or later. Expect an update of the site just before Picard airs!

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    2. Pike gives a stardate at the beginning of Trouble With Edward. I’m not sure how helpful that is though.

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    3. Q&A is definitely before The Cage. The Trouble With Edward has a verified Stardate of 1421.9, which poses a problem, as that places it squarely in Kirk's run (after Mudd's Women). Ask Not is an episode that is a simulation aboard the Enterprise, so it takes place before The Cage. The Girl Who Made The Stars takes place in the 2233, before Ask Not and The Brightest Star. Ephraim And Dot is a rapid fire one between "Space Seed" and Star Trek III. Next Thursday sees the premiere of "Children Of Mars", which is a prequel to the Picard series, and will be 15-19 years after Nemesis.

      Picard itself will start in 2399 (Season 1) and go through at least 2400 (Season 2), or about 10 years before the events in Star Trek Online.

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    4. Yep, Q&A is definitely before the Cage.

      Stardates during the original series' run (and as a result, Discovery it seems) were made up randomly and are not a good basis for chronological placement (they become consistent and reliable around season 5 of TNG), so using the stardate to place The Trouble with Edward is problematic. Since the only reference to other events depicted is that Pike is in command of the Enterprise (and this is obviously prior to Trouble with Tribbles), we'll default to around the time the episode aired. So this episode and also Ask Not are most likely to occur after Season 2 of Discovery once Pike resumes command on the Enterprise. We'll hold to that until the point that something else airs that might add more context.

      Ephraim and Dot is impossible to place on a list like this due to it's nature of taking place over many years. Since this episode and The Girl Who Made the Stars are animated, we'll provide notations for when they likely take place, but won't be included officially as part of our "Live Action Canon" list. In case you're wondering, We'll notate E&D probably around the time it begins which is near Space Seed, and TGWMTS likely around Q&A since Michael as a little girl would be sometime between the end of ENT and that episode.

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    5. I would think that The Girl Who Made the Stars would be set in between Terra Prime and The Brightest Star

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    6. We would agree! We've included all the Short Treks (animated and otherwise) as annotations on the far right of the list/blog. All post-Discovery-season-2 Short Treks have been added. :)

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  60. Ephraim and Dot also jumps back to The Naked Time, which is set before Space Seed. Presumably Ephraim went back along the Mycelial Network, but that doesn't explain why Dot is already back there. Its probably best not to take that one too seriously.

    Why can't Ask Not be set after The Cage? Pike is still captain, but that can still be pretty much anywhere in between Q&A and Where No Man Has Gone Before.

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    1. Ephraim and Dot is a nightmare when it comes to this kind of stuff. There really is no easy way to place that episode chronologically since it's 9 minutes long but takes place over the course of something like 20 years.

      I'm going to take the easy out on that one once I update the site. Technically it's animated so it won't be officially included in this list if "Live Action Canon". That being said, like all other animated series, we'll notate it somewhere. Probably next to Space Seed since that's where it seems to begin.

      Ask Not could presumably take place anytime during Pike's tenure as captain, however in the absence of in-universe/episode markers, we will default to around the time the episode aired. In this case shortly after Season 2 of Discovery.

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  61. Thanks for the resources! I am using both the master list and the Picard Prep page currently. Question that arose as I have been going through this: How did you decide whether to list two-part episodes combined (i.e. Broken Bow as a single episode) or separately (i.e. Unification Part I, Unification Part II)?

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    1. That's a great question. It was determined by how the episode originally aired.

      Most two-parters aired on two separate nights and we presented literally in two parts, so we kept them that way.

      Some however were originally presented as one feature-length episode that has been broken down into two parts for rerun purposes. This mostly applies to pilots and finales, but there are a few other episodes (Way of the Warrior and Dark Frontier come to mind) that were also originally aired this way. In those cases they really aren't "two-parters", but became that during syndication.

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  62. I think it might make sense to swap Looking for Par'Mach in All The Wrong Places with Nor The Battle to The Strong. In Par'Mach, O'Brien and Kira start to feel awkward over O'Brien treating her like his wife, and she goes off to Bajor to spend some time with Shakaar. Then, in Nor The Battle, Kira is back on the station and O'Brien is still fussing over her and having Quark making her caffeine-free Raktajino. Then, in The Assignment, Kira is off the station on vacation with Shakaar. Either she went on two vacations with Shakaar in quick succession, or those two episodes should be back to back.

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    1. Those are great points! Since they both have unknown star dates we updated it based on your observations. Tanks!!

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  63. Hey everyone! I've been using this list to watch every episode of Star Trek.

    I'm currently in Episode 471, and I'm trying to figure out where exactly the new series Picard will fit in.

    Have we figured out exactly?

    Thanks!!!

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    1. Picard season 1 will occur after Nemesis and the Prime Timeline events of Star Trek (2009). We will update this list with all the episodes once the season is complete. :)

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  64. After the 24 the century scenes in Trek XI, before Calypso.

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  65. HEY EVERYONE! - Just and FYI that we've made some adjustments to the list and methods for including Short Treks and Animated series. Check out the FAQ section for more details.

    Happy viewing!

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  66. Could you explain your placement of episodes 473-481? I understand that there was some weird production issues with these episodes and so the stardates are all scrambled compared to the original airdate. I would love to hear your opinion on this. Thanks so much for making this site, it has been a huge help to me!!!

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    1. Sure! I'm assuming you're questioning these because of the larger than normal groupings of Voyager episodes in between DS9 episodes. This happens sometimes during a season break, and in the case of these episodes VOY was going into Season 2 and DS9 into Season 4. Since Voyager started later in the year (January I believe) with their first season, the episodes likely ran a little later than DS9...

      Since at this point in Trek history production order and star dates were very closely related, the star dates for these episodes probably reflected what I just mentioned in the above paragraph.

      In short... Those episodes are in that order because ultimately the star dates aligned them that way. Hope that helps! I'm glad you're enjoying the site. :)

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    2. I was actually talking about the star date order. You have them placed out of order with the star dates. That is why I am asking.

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    3. For example: Although the season 2 premiere of Voyager is "The 37's," the star date on Memory Alpha is 48975.1 while the episode "Elogium" is star dated 48921.3 even though it was aired after "The 37's." There are other incorrect star date placements in episodes 473-481. If you could take a look at this for me I would really appreciate it.

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    4. I took a look at it and you were right! "Twisted" aired on the same night as "Way of the Warrior" and doesn't have a star date, so we kept those in the original order we had them, but Elogium and Facets needed to be moved which pushed some of those others around.

      Thanks for catching those! We fixed them, so they should be in correct star date order now. We also updated the "Recent Updates" page so that others will know of the change. :)

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    5. I really appreciate it. I have been going back and rewatching all of Star Trek in as close to chronological order as possible. That is why I asked. I even watched the Original Series in stardate order and it works flawlessly. This is of course your list, but I would recommend going in and ordering TOS like this. I found no problems with continuity when doing this.

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    6. Sure thing! Thanks for pointing those out!

      You're not wrong about TOS. Star Date order or production order both work well. Since the show is extremely episodic with almost no serialized storytelling at all, you could order the episodes almost any way you want and it would makes sense - except air-date order due to some costume/rank changes that happen within the first 3-4 produced episodes.

      Ultimately, we went with production order mostly because the producers have admitted that the star dates were made up fairly randomly back then, and we felt that if there was any subtle serialization it would come through most clearly in production order. You could go either way though!

      Glad you're enjoying the list! We gave you a shout out in the "Recent Updates" section for helping sort out those DS9 and VOY episodes. :)

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  67. I've been updating my files and I noticed that you list "The Survivors" before "The Ensigns of Command" (ST:TNG). According to Memory Alpha, although no stardate is given in Ensigns, apparently there ARE official sources that list it as being 43133.3 which should come before Survivors which has a stated stardate of 43152.4
    I may edit this post as I continue my updating.

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    1. Same situation with "A Matter of Perspective". It's 2 spots too high. It should come after "The Higher Ground" and "Deja Q"

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    2. And again where "Clues" and "Devil's Due" are switched.

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    3. We explain some of this on the "How We Did It" section, but basically up until season 6 of TNG, star dates line up in strange ways not consistent with production order or air date. For that reason we chose to order the first 5 seasons of TNG but their original air date. For the most part it won't matter either way while your watching since most of it is extremely episodic, but some things work better and make more sense going with air date order. The most obvious being Tasha's death in season 1. If we went by star dates or even production order she would die and then show up again in the next episode. Things like that. - Once season 6 came around and the producers were dealing with the idea of two shows running congruently, they star date system became more important and therefore accurate from that point forward.

      All that to say, we feel this is the best way to view them regardless of some star date inconsistencies. However, I appreciate you pointing those examples out and you're certainly free to view them in whatever order works best for you. :)

      Enjoy the journey!

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  68. 111 DSC Brother is typoed as Bother. Thought you should know. Thanks for this list!

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  69. Going back to my earlier comment from 2017, I just found evidence supporting that ENT Cold Front takes place after Silent Enemy. The Captain's Log entry in Silent Enemy is dated September 1st, 2151. There is a discussion on the Cold Front (talk) page on Memory Alpha referencing the Cold Front episode script. Based on a conversation where Archer and T'Pol state that it has been 4 months, 3 weeks and 6 days since Enterprise left Earth. (Which according to Broken Bow was April 16, 2151.) This tells us that Cold Front takes place September 12, 2151. Unless Archer is wrong about the date in the Captain's Log from Silent Enemy or unless Archer and T'Pol are wrong about the amount of time passed since leaving earth in Cold Front. I do not believe there is anything showing that Archer is wrong on either count. Based on this information, it seems like Cold Front should be placed after Silent Enemy. Do you agree?

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  70. Has anyone got this in a spreadsheet or other cut and pastable format? Can't tick them off in a PDF!

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  71. This is an excellent list but should also include the web episodes from:
    Star Trek Continues
    Star Trek The New Voyages
    Star Trek Phase II
    and the movie: Of Gods and Men.

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    1. Those are all fan productions. Why would they include them?

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  72. One other thing...
    Now that Discovery is placed 1000 years or so into the future, I don't know where the writers are going with it but it would make for a possible connection to the mysterious Starfleet time travelers who visited both Enterprise and Voyager, leaving their mark in both series. That would ga a ways to explaining how the EMH got that nice mobile emitter!

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  73. Thank you for this wonderful and very helpful list. I've Found 2 wrong titles:
    662 DS9 Inter Arma Silent Leges
    》 Inter Arma ENIM Silent Leges
    185 TOS Is There No Truth in Beauty?
    》 Is There IN Truth NO Beauty?

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  74. This is awesome! Picard has inspired me to want to go back and watch the whole thing over again and this is just the sort of document I was looking for. Im excited to be switching back and forth during the TNG/DS9/VOY overlap era. No other online timeline was so easy.

    I'm pleased to see you've already started adding Picard. Will you ever include the Short Treks. However small they are live action canon.

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    1. I have a list of copy of the timeline on a Google document if you want to have a copy of of it for 15 CAD

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  75. Thanks for putting together this great resource! Just want to note a small typo with the title of the DSC episode "Brother"

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  76. Shouldn't the Kelvin timeline movies be before Star Trek the Original Series shows as these are movies that are of a younger Kirk and Spock and I believe one of them mentions beginning their five-year Journey. Isn't that the correct chronological order

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  77. Are the Season 2 Short Treks off the side of the page here not yet Sorted?

    I ask because "The Trouble With Edward" Refers to the promotion of the Science Officer who Spock replaced on the Enterprise upon his arrival. So the events must be right before or right after Q&A. Also "The Girl Who Made the Stars" is about Michael Burnham as a small child, putting it in the Early 2230s, as opposed to "The Brighest Star" which is placed in the late 2230s. I havent yet watched the rest of the new Short Treks, but will be looking to get them properly placed chronologically!!

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    1. Thanks for your input. It took a while to get to it, but I've reordered the Short Treks and they should be correct now. Thanks!!

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  78. You should put movies five The Final frontier (between seasons 2 and 3 of TNG) and six The Undiscovered Country (it comes out in the middle of 5 after unification but it may be better to put it between 4 and 5 to kinda tie into the redemption two parter) in release order just to prepare for the heavy switching between series

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    1. This is chronological order, e.g. in order of timeline within the shows. the events in The final Frontier and The Undiscovered country are set nearly 80 years before the events of next generation. If one is trying to watch it in chronological order, it would be silly to watch a movie set 80ish years in the past in between episodes.

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  79. This is chronological order, not release order. 5 and 6 are set decades before TNG.

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  80. Where are the movies 1 - 6 gone in the list?

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  81. 205 MOV Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    206 MOV The Wrath of Kahn
    207 MOV The Search for Spock
    208 MOV The Voyage Home
    209 MOV The Final Frontier
    210 MOV The Undiscovered Country

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    1. Yes thanks, didn't notice before as it had the same red color as the series! My bad.

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  82. The Star Trek Voyager episode Waking Moments (S4:E13) is missing from your list. It should be between Episode 601 Mortal Coil and Episode 602 Message in a Bottle. :)

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    1. I lied, its not missing. It's just in slightly the wrong spot.

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    2. I know its done by stardate, but I think it might actually make sense to move Waking Moments. Hunters seems like it immediately follows Message In A Bottle, with them using the Hirogen array to make contact with the Federation. It just seems kind of weird if the Voyager crew sends the Doctor back to the Alpha Quadrant, takes a break to deal with some dreaming aliens, and then gets messages from Starfleet.

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    3. You make a good point. I reordered these in the latest update. Thanks!

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  83. The episode 185 TOS Is There No Truth in Beauty? should be "Is There In Truth No Beauty?"

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  84. This is great...if I remember you guys had the animated series and the short treks in the list now they seem to be...plz add them back for completeness sake

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  85. just a couple of thoughts, since i built my own chronological project for this many years ago that i should probably update at some point, voyager's "living witness" takes place approximately 700yrs in the future from its surrounding aired episodes (exact timeframe not specified, timeframe given as approximation in-episode due to lost records) & enterprise's "these are the voyages..." actually takes place during the events of tng's "pegasus" (historical recreation on ncc-1701d holodeck by cmdr riker to help him make up his mind about telling picard about pressman & the pegasus project). otherwise, your list is fairly accurate despite missing tas, along with portions of dsc & pic.

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    1. They explained that the living witness episode is too lackluster to be the final episode of the series. although it takes place very far in the future, it follows suit with it's air date placing since all the flash backs correlate with that one time frame.

      These are the voyages are placed in right spot with pegasus.

      the keeper of this list wants to keep it all "live action" so TAS was not included. they very last episode of TAS breaks canon anyway as it states that the Enterprise (NCC 1701) (kirks ship) was the first warp capable ship. despite this, a lot of things in other episodes of TAS are used as references in a lot of future series episodes.

      the short treks are not placed correctly here. i made mention of this two months ago, but i assume the list keeper has not logged in in a while, which would also explain why picard hasnt been updated.

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    2. Shouldn't S4 E8 of DS9, The Sword of Kahless, have a green C to denote Worf's character?

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  86. Episode 474 has a crossover that's not listed. Lt. Reginald Barclay from TNG appears in this episode.

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  87. What’s with the weird Klingons in Discovery? Also, why is Short Treks: Q&A listed AFTER The Cage? Thx

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    1. You'll have to ask CBS about the Klingon choices for Discovery. i just order them chronologically. ;)

      I fixed Q&A. Thanks for pointing that out! It was placed on the wrong line.

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  88. T here. Shouldn't Star Trek Short Treks "Q&A" be before Star Trek TOS "The Cage" on the list? Q&A shows how Number One and Spock met. In The Cage they are on the same crew with Pike. Sorry if this was already brought up.

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    1. Yes, thanks for catching that! I fixed it so it's between Terra Prime and The Cage along with The Girl Who Made the Stars and The Brightest Star.

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  89. 484 VOY is Parturition, not Partutition.

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  90. Hello,
    I just watched Charlie X and the stardate is 1533.6 but the stardate of The Naked Time is 1702.0. I'm curious as to why you ordered The Naked Time before Charlie X?

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    1. Stardates in TOS don't make a lot of sense. They didn't standardize them until around season 5 of TNG.

      For TOS, we ordered the episodes by production number. For most of the series it doesn't matter either way since the episodes are very episodic and have few to no references to each other, but ordering by production cleans ups some visual inconsistencies within the early first season.

      You can learn more about our process in the "How We Did it Section" if you're interested. :)

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  91. This is such a great website, I have been making my way through the list while staying at home. One question, in VOY season 4, I feel 'Day of Honor' and 'Nemesis' should be flipped so that 'Day of Honor' and 'Revulsion' are back to back. At the start of 'Revulsion', B'Elanna & Tom share a kiss after Tuvok's promotion party. Just before the kiss, Tom mentions that the events of 'Day of Honor' occurred "3 days ago" which would make it tough for the the events of 'Nemesis' to occur in between the two episodes. Since a stardate isn't mentioned in 'Nemesis', the stardate order will still hold so won't cause an issue.

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Hey everyone! Thanks so much for taking the time to comment. As you may have noticed, I don't keep up with this site nearly as often as I'd like to. That being said, I will continue to update it as new content is produced/season come out and will endeavor to respond to comments when I'm able. Please forgive me if I don't respond to all of them. Thanks for viewing!!