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Star Trek Docuseries ‘The Center Seat’ to premiere in November, set for 10 episodes

Star Trek Docuseries 'The Center Seat' To Premiere In November, Set For 10 Episodes

The Center Seat: 55 Years of Star Trek documentary series to premiere in November

The History Channel is set to premiere the new ten-part documentary series The Center Seat: 55 Years of Star Trek on November 5th at 10 pm ET/PT. Directed by Brian Volk-Weiss, produced by Nacelle Company, and narrated by Gates McFadden (Dr. Beverly Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation), the series will run the first four episodes on History Channel, prior to moving over to the network’s streaming service History Vault for the final six episodes.

According to History, each episode of The Center Seat will focus on a different chapter in the 55-year old franchise, from its inception at Lucille Ball’s production company Desilu through the recent Paramount+ series (Discovery, Picard, Lower Decks, Prodigy and Strange New Worlds).

The series was first announced in October and will include interviews with several Star Trek actors and crew, including Kate MulgrewWalter KoenigRobert BeltranRobert PicardoBrent SpinerNana VisitorRoxann DawsonAnthony MontgomeryDominic KeatingCirroc LoftonPenny Johnson JeraldHarold LivingstonRonald D. MooreDavid GerroldKirstie AlleyDenise CrosbyWil WheatonNicholas MeyerBrannon BragaRobert Sallin, and F. Murray Abraham.

In addition to narrating the series, McFadden also serves as an executive producer, along with Cisco Henson, Ben Frost, Mark Altman and Ian Roumain.

History Vault is currently available for $4.99 or $49.99 per year and includes access to hundreds of curated ad-free documentaries and series from the channel.

The Center Seat – Official Trailer

Stay tuned to for all the latest news on The Center Seat, along with Star Trek: DiscoveryStar Trek: Strange New WorldsStar Trek: PicardStar Trek: Lower DecksStar Trek: Prodigy, and more.

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  1. robert morris

    October 30, 2021 at 1:00 am

    Tired of channels showing a few episodes then moving them to a streaming service I will never get. so I will not watch it to begin with.

  2. Alex

    January 13, 2022 at 12:25 pm

    I have watched the first 4 but the rest no way I am going to pay for another service just to watch the rest talk about blackmail.

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