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WATCH: Final Season of TNG on Blu-ray Trailer + Release Details

WATCH: Final Season of TNG on Blu-ray Trailer + Release Details
WATCH: Final Season of TNG on Blu-ray Trailer + Release Details

Over the last two years, CBS Home Entertainment has done an outstanding job remastering Star Trek: The Next Generation in full 1080p high-definition from the original 35mm film negatives. On December 2nd, the seventh and final season of the influential television series will be released on Blu-ray.

Star Trek: The Next Generation – Season 7 on Blu-ray will include all 26 episodes and tons of bonus features, including never-before-seen interviews with the cast and crew, a three-part documentary “The Sky’s The Limit: The Eclipse of Star Trek: The Next Generation” and “In Conversation: Lensing Star Trek: The Next Generation,” deleted scenes and a gag reel.

Along with the complete seventh season set, CBS will also release the two-part series finale “All Good Things…” as a special standalone Blu-ray. Included as bonus features, will be a new documentary “The Unknown Possibilities of Existence: Making ‘All Good Things…,'” plus commentaries by Ronald D. Moore and Brannon Braga, and deleted scenes.

Season Seven Blu-ray trailer:

“All Good Things…” Blu-ray trailer:

Official cover art below.

Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season Seven on Blu-ray

Star Trek: The Next Generation – Season Seven on Blu-ray

Star Trek: The Next Generation - "All Good Things..." on Blu-ray

Star Trek: The Next Generation – “All Good Things…” on Blu-ray

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