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Star Trek: The Next Generation Blu-rays Scheduled for 2012

Posted September 28, 2011 01:45 PM by Matthew Smith

ParamountStartrek.com is reporting that Paramount and CBS have confirmed the Blu-ray debut of Star Trek: The Next Generation for January 31st. Fans of the popular sci-fi series, which is set to celebrate its 25th anniversary next year, will be treated to a sampler disc of three remastered episodes in January and a full Season One set later in the year.

The sampler disc, which has been titled Star Trek: The Next Generation- The Next Level will include both parts of the series premiere "Encounter at Farpoint", the Season Three episode "Sins of the Father" and the Season Five episode "The Inner Light". These newly remastered episodes will be presented in DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1.

According to Startrek.com, CBS returned to the original negatives for the remastering process and chose to re-composite the special effects rather than upconvert them from videotape. This was done in cooperation with longtime Star Trek consultants Michael and Denise Okuda. The remastering process is currently underway for all seven seasons of The Next Generation.

Ken Ross, Executive Vice President and General Manager of CBS Entertainment issued a statement saying, "Fans have been clamoring for a high-definition release ofStar Trek: The Next Generation. Transferring the series to high-definition presented difficult technical challenges, but our team has come up with a process to create true 1080p HD masters with true HD visual effects. We can't wait to show fans how pristine the series looks and sounds with our upcoming Blu-ray releases."

The Next Level sampler disc will hit retail on January 31st with a SRP of $21.99. Pre-orders should be up on Amazon soon. Check out the new trailer for the release below.





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News comments (71 comments)



ChadFL
  Sep 28, 2011
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Yes! Was getting worried these would never come.

darryl_05
  Sep 28, 2011
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This is good news!
bobbyohms
  Sep 28, 2011
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If this is even half as well done as the original series this will be sweet indeed. I wonder if it will stick to 4:3 aspect ratio or since it was filmed in 35mm and the effects being redone for HD if we'll get 16:9. Probably not since TOS didn't but one can dream.
drjones13
  Sep 28, 2011
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@bobbyohms:

You'll be as thrilled as I am to find out that they are preserving the original 35mm 1:33:1 aspect ratio so it will be in widescreen. I can't wait for this and applaud CBS/Paramount for putting in the kind of effort this show deserves.

tacomaprime
  Sep 28, 2011
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DAY ONE BUY, EASILY!

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Tsungam
  Sep 28, 2011
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@drjones13:
1.33:1 is not widescreen

stubiedoo
  Sep 28, 2011
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@Tsungam Am i right in saying it's the standard ratio for television programmes before 16:9 tv's came out so you're going to get black bars on the left and right side? Well this is better than strecthing the image to fill the screen or it will look like you're looking through a goldfish bowl.

Cutter_
  Sep 28, 2011
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I love the fact that these seasons are starting to come out in 2012, but I'll pass on the sampler. Why waste the money and double-dip, I can wait a few months more for the full seasons.

RoboDan
  Sep 28, 2011
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Incredible news. I never thought they'd go back and restore ALL the episodes from the show. Marvelous news!

Guydowood
  Sep 28, 2011
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Make it so! CBS did a fantastic job on the original series, this no doubt should look great.

blu-rigel
  Sep 28, 2011
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I am very excited to hear about this HD upgrade on Next Generation. The best news is they are not going to mess with the original 1.33 aspect ratio. If they were adapted to widescreen, I wouldn't touch them because so much of the original image would be missing. They did such a spectacular job on the effects in the Original Series, I have no worry about Paramount doing a great job with this material as well.

For an example of a realease gone wrong (although not out in blu-ray), look at The McCartney Years 3 DVD set of his music videos. If you've ever seen the originals the reformating is a travesty. I actually enjoy these better on old VHS tapes that I taped off of MTV. The top of his head or his hands strumming the guitar are missing on a number of videos and the whole look is claustrophobic.

Proghog
  Sep 28, 2011
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This is amazing I held off from buying the complete DVD set because it was way over priced and was hoping this would happen. Also I hope they do this to DS9!

BleedingBlu
  Sep 28, 2011
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I just messed myself i think.

The Blu Raja
  Sep 28, 2011
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Finally!! Day-1 buy for me of every season.

MikeyHitchFan
  Sep 28, 2011
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YES!! Will buy all 7 seasons.

shawnmchorse
  Sep 28, 2011
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Yes! Yes! YES! Well... to the actual full season, not to the teaser. And even better news that work on all seven seasons is underway.

jk1138
  Sep 28, 2011
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3 random episodes? PASS!

BLUEGRASS
  Sep 28, 2011
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@cutter - That is exactly what I thought. While I am very excited that TNG is finally making it to Blu-ray, why would I want to waste money on a sampler edition when the full edition will be coming out later in the same year?

kenkraly2004
  Sep 28, 2011
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I can't wait to get Star Trek TNG on Blu-Ray next year is has and will always be my favorite star trek series.

in2blu
  Sep 28, 2011
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Very exciting trailer for The Next Generation, the Next Generation!!! Star Trek TOS is my #1 though.

I think fans would have supported the sampler if there wasn't a confirmation of the full Season One set. I'm glad I didn't purchase any of TNG on dvd, unlike my multiple purchases of TOS on dvd. Will buy when the S1 set comes down in price, what am I saying Star Trek never comes down in price...day one then

Engage.

Mier101294
  Sep 28, 2011
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Day 1 for sure!!!! Been waiting since Blu was introduced for this news and that day has finally come. Since I can't wait until the first season is released I will pick up the sampler just for some TNG Hi-Def goodness!!

brentus
  Sep 28, 2011
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Hooray! I'm so glad they are doing TNG.

Fryman86
  Sep 28, 2011
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While I'm really excited that they are giving this the Blu treatment (thank God I only bought season one on DVD), if the sampler is going to be > $20, dare I ask how much an entire season will be?

Blackcauldron
  Sep 28, 2011
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I was hoping this sampler would be about $10, so fans can blindly buy it without feeling buyers remorse when the full set arrives. I agree with fryman - if this sampler pack is $20, how much would the full seasons be? I am a big Next Generation fan, but if these sets are $200+ (even $100+ would be spendy), there is no way I could afford to get all the seasons.

mjcavinder
  Sep 28, 2011
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Sweet!!!!! Yes Hell Yes! yes yes yes yes! did I say YES?!!!!!!!!! as my heart stops pounding the brain wonders what special features and then hopes 35mm is true widescreen and they did crop and zoom in, but i believe they didn't so....commentary? I've seen outtakes on youtube maybe they cleaned those up to. $20 is cheap and thats probably S.R.P. so $15 yes you'll pay...but i think we'll have to wait until the end of 2012 right before the aliens come and kills us all haha...specking of star trek, blu-ray.com is still working on adding dvd titles...
'Knowing humans as thou dost, Captain, wouldst thou be captured helpless by them?"-Q

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kryptonite1970
  Sep 28, 2011
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anything Star Trek is good enough for me.

HD Man
  Sep 28, 2011
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Like others have stated, I'm excited that TNG is coming to Blu-ray, I question why anyone would spend anything close to $22 for a three-episode "sampler". Why not just wait and apply that to the purchase of the 1st season.

But I do believe the price of the sampler will drop faster than Rex Grossman!!

Arkadin
  Sep 28, 2011
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well it's hard to know at present whether these will be 1.33:1 or 16:9, as they really don't address that issue anywhere in the press release.
it will be very interesting to see how these come out, and I definitely love this series.
however, I'll pass on season 1--it's the weakest by far.
this is the rare series that got better every single season, with 5 and 6 being the best two imo.
season 7 was also very strong.
I will get the teaser disc for sure, as Inner light is one of my favorite episodes.
mymythos
  Sep 28, 2011
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Great news. I have always waited years to buy Star Trek on DVD due to the high prices, but since I got sick and tired of waiting, I think that at least season 1 I'll buy day one (if the price is similar to the TOS sets). As for the sampler, although I know there will be many fans who will want to buy it, I believe most people will wait for the full seasons and avoid double-dipping. The only way I see it working (at least for me), is if they institute a program where if you buy the sampler, that same value you paid, would be deducted from the full season set. If so, count me in.

BouCoupDinkyDau
  Sep 28, 2011
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Never owned TNG on VHS or DVD. I have been holding out for this very thing, and now it has arrived. BOOYAH!

mjcavinder
  Sep 28, 2011
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another note Star Trek TNG is on netflix...wait who cares I canceled my account and already owned the dvds...
I do have to say Paramount was smart to make some cash on selling the Star Trek series to netflix for a couple years, I hope that makes room in the budget for new commentaries on TNG.

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Jompa
  Sep 28, 2011
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I think it`s great they say they will release all seasons. I also hope they will release all seasons of DS9 and Voyager, then i will be happy.

fdm
  Sep 28, 2011
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Kind of lost track of DS9 towards the end, moved and never quite managed to catch up with it so hopefully that will come some day soon. Next Generation will be cool too, but cost will be an object for me so hope they don't milk it too hard. Haven't seen these shows in ages.

Mier101294
  Sep 28, 2011
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21.99 is the SRP guys. When is the last time you saw a Blu in the stores at the Suggested Retail Price? The sampler will probably realistically be $15 or less when it hits stores.
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RickZarber
  Sep 28, 2011
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Great news! Time to sell off my DVD copies of TNG while I can! Now I don't feel so bad that I never got around to buying the last 3 seasons...

EDIT: Also, I quite like the look of that packaging! I hope the design of the actual seasons will follow suite.

brainofj72
  Sep 28, 2011
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Oh man, this is awesome news - the DVDs look terrible. I might have to consider picking these up, even though I'm sure they're gonna be expensive as hell.

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Ator the Invincible
  Sep 28, 2011
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I'm in for all 7 seasons. I doubt I'll get the sampler though. Maybe if I can get it for super cheap, $5-ish.

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LaserD
  Sep 28, 2011
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I spent the last year following every bit of news on the Star Wars release. But TNG on BD has me twice as excited. Only problem for me is that the Trek folk are fond of always upping the ante by adding more bonus features for those who wait for complete series box sets. Not sure if I can wait for a full 7-season box set to maybe appear with a bonus disc or not.
blonde_devil
  Sep 28, 2011
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damn it, how much is tng going to cost me now? seriously, glad it is coming out but i hope they price it better than they did the dvds - the intital price was nuts. my guess, $20 -30 for the sampler depending what they put on it(just the episodes or extras)(okay i just reread and saw the suggested price - sorry, long day). it will be cool to see.

Havenbull
  Sep 28, 2011
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Dear god in heaven... been waiting for this!!!!!!! My all time favorite series. Day one purchase each season...
D-G
  Sep 29, 2011
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Well, this is nice. But it's Paramount. That probably means that the individual seasons will retail for at least 100 Euros in Germany. Therefore I'll be playing the waiting game again, picking the seasons up once the price has dropped considerably. At least it's a good thing I didn't buy ST:TNG on DVD back then, for the very same reason: outrageous price.
jajuka81
  Sep 29, 2011
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This is the best blu-ray surprise I could have imagined. Everyone said they'd never come, because of the special effects being done on tape. But here them come. ENGAGE!!!!

KamiAmaya
  Sep 29, 2011
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Can't wait for the full seasons! But I wonder if I should start saving money NOW...

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Torgon
  Sep 29, 2011
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I like ST:TNG, but not sure if enough to buy the series. I'll wait for a price drop. The DVD's were extremely expensive for what they were and I just noticed recently they dropped into the $20-$30 range (I could be wrong). A box set for $100 to $150 I might think about.
deado
  Sep 29, 2011
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Guys... eps will be 1.33:1 - check the digital bits.

Tom Servo
  Sep 29, 2011
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I agree that they better present them in their original aspect ratio, the only way 16:9 would be acceptable is if the series was originally shot in thataspect ratio and had the sides cut off for TV. Now that woudl be amazing, to get a wider picture than we've ever seen for this show. But the post above seems to confirm they will be 1.33:1.

NicWhit
  Sep 29, 2011
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All Good Things..





come to those who wait
Russell22
  Sep 29, 2011
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Will not bother with the first two ropey seasons but from season 3 i'll be there in spades !!! I wonder how good the new fx will be? The original fx still isnt too shabby? I hope thye include the old fx with seamless branching that they did with TOS
Denni
  Sep 29, 2011
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Awesome. Very thinking about picking these up.
Now if only Fox will take the hint & do the same HD conversion for Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

KaineKinetic
  Sep 29, 2011
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The original negatives have more picture on all sides. We won't be getting the exact same aspect ratio, it'll be slightly bigger. Top and bottom will not be sacrificed. It'll just be a slighty “zoomed out” look.

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DrrnHarr
  Sep 29, 2011
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Great news. I sold my seven seasons on DVD because I knew the day would come when TNG would arrive on Blu-ray.
andyn1080
  Sep 29, 2011
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Pass on the sampler but will def buy season 1 day one!!

martymagicman
  Sep 29, 2011
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Not real happy about the choices of the sampler. Inner Light is awesome but really no effects. Why not do "The Best of Both Worlds 1 and 2"? That would be a true test of how it will look on Blu.

NicWhit
  Sep 29, 2011
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I think it's because "The Inner Light" is considered one of the best episodes of the series.

2012 can't come soon enough!
kdn1221
  Sep 29, 2011
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Great news! I thought the new effects with TOS was well done, it didn't take anything away from the series but gave us something fresh while preserving to original story intent. Looking forward to the release of TNG. I'm a fan of all Trek and would love to see the trend continue with DS9, Voyager and Enterprise.
Rowie235
  Sep 29, 2011
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When I bought the TNG DVD's my mother said that when I move out (I'm only 20) I am to leave them behind, to which I said 'fat chance'.

Now she can have them. Excitement Overload.
ZoetMB
  Sep 29, 2011
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They should put a coupon in the sampler that gives buyers a discount on the forthcoming season packages. That way there's no buyer's remorse when the fuller episodes come out.

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kiskiboy97
  Sep 29, 2011
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I just can't wipe the smile off my face!!!
RAMA44
  Sep 29, 2011
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Terrific, the footage looks great so far!!
RAMA44
  Sep 29, 2011
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HD Man, its the retail price, you can get them on Amazon for $14-16 when they come out probably.

L-Rouge
  Sep 30, 2011
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Awesome, is all I can say!!. I hope they can keep true to the original sound. I have season 2 and 3 on DVD and the sound is beautifully organic!.
alfonsog
  Sep 30, 2011
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Awesome, I have "The Inner Light" on LaserDisc and I'm not much about full seasons so the sampler is perfect for me.
dimar
  Sep 30, 2011
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They're re-scanning the original film, which should have really large capture area I'd think. I'd really like to hear a detailed technical reason, why the show couldn't be remastered in proper widescreen format (without cropping)?
dimar
  Sep 30, 2011
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Please don't stop at TNG. Bring Animated, DS9, Voyager and Enterprise to BD too!

David Dangelico
  Sep 30, 2011
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So if they can do this, they can do The Wire, right?????



Gahhh, I cant hold out for much longer....

Skillz5
  Sep 30, 2011
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I am SHOCKED this is happening! I thought this would cost far too much money to do this! I will suppor this! Where is Star Trek Enterprise on Blu Ray?

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(W)KRP
  Oct 01, 2011
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I have held out on buying any Trek in any format. This looks like a winner. I rather get a condensed-packaging 7-season box at discount pricing, but I'm still waiting for TOS to do that and it still hasn't happened. I'd also like to see the entire thing come out at once, and then let the individual seasons be released later. Why not?

The first season (or more) was shot on less-wide film than later seasons (hence the darker, grainy picture), and I see no way they can overcome that ... but we'll see.

Fire!

BDAcolyte
  Oct 01, 2011
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To everyone saying that they won't buy the sampler: I seriously ask you to reconsider.

Paramount is undertaking a HUGE expense to reconstruct ST:TNG. If sales of the sampler falter, some corporate bean counter may decide that we, as fans, won't be willing to shell out for the series, and cancel the whole affair. If the sampler sells well, Paramount have some solid assurance that this very expensive undertaking is worth THEIR while, as well as ours.

RIKANA
  Oct 01, 2011
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Oh MG:3

Soooo can't wait for this


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D-G
  Oct 03, 2011
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@BDAcolyte:

Some seriously flawed logic here. You're gonna end up with three random episodes on a Blu-ray that's certain to have no resale value whatsoever. Bad deal, if you want to buy season sets. Also: if consumers end up thinking that this is a test, and that Paramount isn't really committed to restoring and releasing all seasons unless the sampler sells well enough, then this in itself could lead to consumers not buying the sampler in the first place.

It's a dumb idea, however you look at it. They rather should put the three test episodes online, to be watched for free. That would stimulate buying interest a lot more.

phatrat1982
  Oct 06, 2011
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d=g I disagree with you entirely. The purpose of the sampler is not to gauge interest it is to demonstrate what is to come by building excitement, however releasing some crappy internet footage is NOT going to get anyone excited it is only going to turn them off.

Also it is like what $20 so you get three episodes, 45 minutes each a hour and a half pilot essentially a full movies worth of content for the price of a full retail movie, yeah it's still a good deal. Even if you consider the full season might end up being what $100 for 22 episodes by that math $20 for three episodes is still a good deal. Either way it's only 20 bucks and you get a good idea of what is to come. Also as been pointed out the disc price is SUGGESTED retail price, in reality it will be lower. And no resale value are you kidding it's friggin Star Trek you name me one item Star Trek that has no resale value and I call you a liar right to your face somebody will buy this dude just put it on ebay.



Anyways I had considered getting this series on DVD but since I switched to Netflix recently and dropped Dish I think I can settle for watching online first and get the Blu rays when they release.


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