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Netflix Begins Streaming Star Trek TOS, TNG, Voyager & Enterprise July 1, 2011

by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: ENT,TNG,TOS,VOY,Web , trackback

Just as TrekMovie scooped, this morning Netflix began streaming hundreds of Star Trek episodes. As of now all of the original Star Trek series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek Voyager, and Star Trek Enterprise are available for commercial-free streaming to Netflix subscribers.      


Netflix Begins Streaming Every Star Trek Episode

Netflix has just made it easier to watch Star Trek. Right now TOS, TNG, Voyager and Enterprise are streaming (Deep Space Nine will be available on October 1st). Each series gets its own page at, with tabs for the seasons. You can add the series to your instant queue (which will make it available on all your Netflix-ready devices) and/or you can just click the little play button next to any episode. Each episode streams commercial-free and is available to Netflix subscribers in the USA (sorry Canada).

Star Trek: The Next Generation page at Netflix

As noted before, this is the first time that Star Trek: The Next Generation has been available digitally, as that series is not even on iTunes. It is also the first time that Voyager is available via streaming. Both the original Star Trek and Star Trek: Enterprise are already available for streaming on, but with commercials. Both the original Star Trek and Star Trek Enterprise are being shown in HD (720P).  This means that even if you have DVD sets for Enterprise, you can get a better picture if you watch the Netflix streaming. And if you were wondering, the original Star Trek episodes on Netflix are the "remastered" versions, with the new CGI effects (see below).

Remastered Star Trek "Amok Time" streaming on Netflix

Netflix currently has over 20 million subscribers in the US, and the list continues to grow. Now it will be easy for any of these subscribers to check out an episode or review an entire Star Trek series. This will be great for building new (and renewed) fans of Star Trek. And even for hardcore fans who already have every Star Trek DVD set, Netflix streaming means you can watch any Star Trek episode wherever you go via your mobile device (iPhones, iPads, Android phones & tablets, and Windows 7 phones).   

Star Trek: The Next Generation "Encounter at Farpoint" playing on iPhone

It should be noted that as today is the first day, there may a few kinks to iron out with the addition of hundreds of new episodes. I noticed some episodes could not yet come up on mobile devices.  And the closed-caption subtitles have not yet been implemented across every Star Trek series yet. But Netflix is aware of the issues and should have them sorted out soon.

Star Trek Voyager on Netflix – showing closed caption subtitles (note "Subtitles" button)

You can watch all of these streaming Star Trek episodes (along with thousands of other movies and TV shows) with a computer or with a Netflix-ready TV, XBox360, PS3, Wii, mobile device or other Netflix-ready devices. All streaming video on Netflix is show commercial free. Streaming-only subscriptions to Netflix cost $7.99/month (DVD/Blu-ray+streaming subscriptions start at $9.99/month). More info at



1. Joseph Sidney - July 1, 2011

This is such bad news for my sleep schedule hahaha

2. Harry Ballz - July 1, 2011

Need a quick Trek fix? Get Netflix!

3. Captain Ucklak - July 1, 2011

Another reason for me to ditch cable. :-)

4. Chris Doohan - July 1, 2011

Great, I will watch “Relics” tonight. Love my dad in that one.

5. Chris Doohan - July 1, 2011

2. H.B.

Love that catch phrase.

6. Charla - July 1, 2011

Oh yeah I can’t wait to catch up on all the series!!!

7. Daniel Shock - July 1, 2011

4 – Chris your Dad was GREAT in that! It was a tremendous send off for his character. Not just great because he was in it – but very well written … could have been a movie. So many unexplored ideas about the Dyson sphere.

8. Pan Always Bored Me - July 1, 2011

Chris, your dad was great in every one. Especially “Wolf in the Fold”

9. David McCormack - July 1, 2011

Thank You Netflix! Now if they could just start a new series run exclusively on NetFlix there would be no more need for the networks.

10. I. Montoya - July 1, 2011

I knew this was coming but somehow never thought about the fact that via my iPhone & 3G, I pretty much have all Star Trek in my pocket. Excuse me while I vomit with joy.

11. Sybok's Secret Brother - July 1, 2011

I am so freakin happy!!

Chris – that is one of my all time favorites. Got to meet your dad once too, what a great guy!

12. jorDe' - July 1, 2011

You can tell NetFlix is a sponsor of TrekMovie.

13. Anthony Pascale - July 1, 2011

well actually netflix is not a “sponsor” of TrekMovie. Just signed up for their affiliate program, which anyone can do.

14. CmdrR - July 1, 2011

Chris, what a great thing to have… and to share with your dad’s many fans.
I figure online is the future of all entertainment, so once again, Trek is in the forefront.

15. Darkwing - July 1, 2011

Damn Canadian server. This is an intentional dig isn’t it, releasing Star Trek on Canada Day in the States.

16. CmdrR - July 1, 2011

Total change of subject, but if you hit YouTube for Trek actors in other roles, eventually after 5 or 6 weeks, you’ll find Jimmy playing a nasty on Gunsmoke. Burt, channelling Lewis, shows up and zaps him pretty quick.

17. Fubamushu - July 1, 2011

Just a couple of comments.

While nearly every television episode of Star Trek are now available, some notable exceptions remain. For TOS, only Seasons 2 & 3 are available for Instant Viewing at the moment. Within those seasons, episodes of the Cage are listed as being a part of Season 3 but they are not available for Instant viewing.

As noted, Deep Space 9 is currently not available but should be available October 1. Personally, I cannot wait for October because DS9 is the one series that I’ve never really watched. I lost interest in it after the 2nd or 3rd season and then moved to Japan. I’ve only ever seen a few episodes.

How’s the viewing experience?

I’ve watched an episode of TOS (“The Enterprise Incident”) and the quality is truly amazing! It was, of course, the Remastered episode and streamed in HD. I was very impressed by the clarity and color of the image on my iPad. In fact, I would say that this HD episode via streaming looked better than the SD episodes I’ve downloaded from iTunes.The next test will be to connect my iPad to my 50″ plasma display via HDMI to see how it looks on the big screen so to speak.

Next I tried a couple of episode of TNG (“Conspiracy Theory” and “Heart of Glory.”). Wow, what a difference—and not for the better. It was barely SD quality and I’d almost want say VHS quality. The clarity and color of the image on my iPad were less than stellar. Colors were somewhat dark and muted. Edges of text were soft and blurry (heck, all edges were soft and blurry.) I also noticed a bright, blurry line along the left side of the image reminiscent of the artifacting that occurs when dubbing a VHS tape or importing a VHS in video editing software. How much of this is due to quality of the video Netflix has or due to bandwidth, I cannot say.

Oddly, not one of the Star Trek movies is currently available for Instant Viewing. I know that I have watched both, “Star Trek: The Motion Picture,” and, “Star Trek (2009,”) via Netflix Instant Viewing in the past.

18. Tom - July 1, 2011

Is DS9 more expensive to syndicate than the other series?

Pushing its availability to October 1 allows Netflix to avoid incurring the expense for the 3rd fiscal quarter.

19. Chris - July 1, 2011

It’s weird that season 1 of TOS isn’t up. I wonder why.

20. ensign joe - July 1, 2011

Looks like its 2 episodes of something a night from here on out.. thanks netflix!

21. JohnnieF - July 1, 2011

Number 3. –

My family ditched cable a couple of months ago and opted for Netflix for $10 a month! We have not missed a thing and there are tons of TV shows to watch as well. It may not be completely perfect right now, but they keep adding stuff all the time.

22. Katie G. - July 1, 2011

Re: #4. Chris Doohan

“Great, I will watch “Relics” tonight. Love my dad in that one.”

That episode made me cry. Reminded me of my dad and how sometimes we make the older ones feel so unwanted or unneeded.

He did such a good job, Chris. In all the episodes, even with the tension between actors, you’d never know. What a professional. Seemed like a nice man. You must be so proud — wish I could have met him.

Loved the episode “Friday’s Child” where Scotty gets to command. “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.” Priceless. Of course he shone in “The Trouble With Tribbles”. And he was a good sport — “I know this ship like the back of my hand”.

Wonderful memories.


23. Yotsuyasan - July 1, 2011

Personally, I watched a bit of one episode of the original series just to check it out, and found the video quality disapointing. The CGI shots looked fine, but all the live action footage seemed somewhat too bright and washed out… Also, call me a purist, but even though I think they did a good job on the cgi I still prefer my original effects. So I’m just glad I have the series on amazing looking blu-ray!

On the other hand, I haven’t watched much TNG in years… Watching Encounter at Farpoint right now, and I think it looks fine. Mind you, knowing how TNG was produced I wasn’t expecting the sharpest picture, thus I didn’t have high expectations to have dashed.

Can’t wait for DS9 in October! I was never a huge fan of Voyager or Enterprise, but who knows, maybe I’ll give them another chance. No Animated Series, which I have on DVD so I’m fine, but sucks for anyone who doesn’t have it.

But… well… I am happy. I’ve long been debating buying TNG and DS9 (well, I have season one of DS9, but nothing more) but now can enjoy them through Netflix. My old fashioned collector’s urdge would still like to own them eventually, but now I can be patient and wait until I have an excess of funds at the same time that there happens to be an amazing sale somewhere.

24. FACTCHECKER - July 1, 2011

What? No Deep Space?

Loved TNG & DS9….but I’ll always prefer the classic over anything.

No bloody A, B, C, or D…….or E, or NX…..

25. matt - July 1, 2011

I am not sure if there was an issue earlier, and that’s why people above were saying that all the seasons are not on Netflix. If that was the case, it’s been fixed because all three seasons are available to stream. I am going to enjoy watching my favs again in HD!

Hey Chris Doohan, good of you to come by. I met your dad several times on the convention circuit, and while I got the idea that Jimmy was not always happy to have taken the role of Scotty, we are certainly lucky that he did. His contribution to this great series will not be forgotten.

26. DJT - July 1, 2011


27. Zee - July 1, 2011

Watching “The Corbomite Manuever ” from season 1 now. If there was a problem, it’s been fixed.

28. Zee - July 1, 2011


29. Gibnerd - July 1, 2011

great news. i only wish DS9 and the Animated series were on streaming. Those seem to be some of the ones (along with season 4 of Enterprise) folks missed the most and I think are some of the best.

30. Harry Ballz - July 1, 2011

5. Chris Doohan

Chris, thank you so much! I appreciate the compliment!

I am a HUGE fan of your Father!

And you, too, by the way. After all, you WERE in ST:TMP AND Star Trek 09!

Only YOU and NIMOY can lay claim to THAT one!

31. Starfleet's Finest - July 1, 2011

Best. News. EVER!!

32. Fubamushu - July 1, 2011

As others have said, Season 1 of TOS is now available.

33. That One Guy - July 1, 2011

Good bye, life. I knew thee well.

34. SPOCKBOY - July 1, 2011

#4 Chris Doohan
Your Dad was great. He was the only one on the show who could cry convincingly (Wrath of Khan) “thanks doctor, I know you tried”
Brings a tear to my eye every time.


35. Katie G. - July 1, 2011

Okay, so I just signed up for Netflix because of your article, Anthony, and I can’t get ANY Star Trek stuff!!!


That’s the only reason I signed up!!

Anyone getting any Star Trek movies/series eps?


36. 4 8 15 16 23 42 - July 1, 2011

@35 — Yep, no problems here. What’s wrong?

37. Anthony Pascale - July 1, 2011


I suspect you are in Canada. As noted in the article, this deal is for the USA only

38. Harry Ballz - July 1, 2011


Pretty sad news to get, especially ON Canada Day!

39. Jed Bradshaw - July 1, 2011

I am very excited! Woo HOO. can’t for October 1st as well!

40. sisko - July 1, 2011

Where is Deep Space Nine??!?!?!?! And don’t tell me “October 1st”. Unacceptable, dagummit!!!!

41. Rolando - July 1, 2011

Thanks to my local library I have been rewatching 24th Century Trek. DS9 Seasons 3-7 are some of the best trek out there!

42. Terran_Guy93 - July 1, 2011

I’ve been on the fence bout NetFlix for awhile, but with my new job, Star Trek convinced me to get it and I luv it.

My big disappointments should be fixed in time but right now my issues are

1) No DS9 till Oct
2) TNG does not look good at all
3) The Cage is not remastered
4) Limited to no subtitles

43. Commodore Mike of the Terran Empire - July 1, 2011

Ok. I may be siging up for Netflix. Anthony. You have sold me on it. Lol.
Chris. Relics is one of the bst of the Tbg Eps. Your Dad gave us a great send off of Scotty. His last words on the Ep still want to bring a tear to my eyes. EYE.

44. jas_montreal - July 1, 2011

Excuse me everyone, but until we get it on Netflix Canada, I won’t be celebrating with you all (angry emotion).

45. New Horizon - July 1, 2011

No Trek in Canada..yet again. Can we petition someone to make it happen? :)

46. Ian Pond - July 1, 2011

This may be the final nail in my Time Warner Cable subscription.

47. Jonboc - July 1, 2011

I haven’t had cable for years. with Netflix and Hulu, who needs it?

I’m having some trouble getting Enterprise to add to my queue, but TOS works like a charm.

48. Sybok - July 1, 2011

TOS looks fantastic! The clarity of image is astounding!

Can someone please tell me why DS9 is the lone omission?

49. Commodore Shaggy - July 1, 2011

At the moment on Enterprise they have Shockwave Pt. 2 and Carbon Creek mixed up. I wanted to catch CC since that wasn’t available on CBS for some reason

50. Neumann - July 1, 2011

40- Think about this, when DS9 comes out, you’ll have no reason to focus on the other series. We can ALL watch DS9 at the same time, while bow we divide our attention on the other series.

42- Netflix is terrible with subtitles… they’re being sued because of it by deaf advocacy groups

47- I agree! My TV is almost exclusively Roku input these days

51. njdss4 - July 1, 2011

Outstanding. Been a member of Netflix since 2003 and have been very happy with the service 99% of the time. Best decision I made when it comes to spending money on a monthly subscription EVER.

Too bad DS9 is pushed to October. DS9 is probably my favorite series, and I highly suggest it to anyone that hasn’t watched it to give it a go once it’s available on Netflix. It has the best character development in any Trek series. Period.

Also worth mentioning: Now that Star Trek is available on Netflix, the site’s search function has crashed. I believe all of us Trekkers have bogged the site down so much we broke it ;)

52. sisko - July 1, 2011

50 – Don’t get me wrong here, my Trek fix can be filled with TOS (the world needs more Shatner – Kirk, Spock, and McCoy were very impressionable on a young kid), TNG (ah, my middle school and high school years), and DS9 (end of high school and most of college, and yet the best of the 24th Century) only and always (VOY and ENT :-P), but DS9 seems to always be ignored by The Powers That Be. The best of the spin-offs needs its day in the spotlight.

Unless Netflix plans on rolling out the red carpet for DS9 in October, there is no reason for the delay.

53. DJT - July 2, 2011

I’ve been watching TOS all day. Interestingly enough, I found that *some* TOS season 3 episodes contain the exterior FX scenes in …..wait for it……WIDESCREEN! Yes, friggin’ widescreen! At first, it jarred me a little, going from 4:3 to letterbox, but once I got used to it – wow.

I only wish ALL the FX scenes had been shown in widescreen. My HDTV feels likes its going to melt as the Connie flies across the screen.

54. mooseday - July 2, 2011

I know it’s not on Netflix Canada ( I have it anyway on my blu ray as part of a 1 month free trial ) but FYI they do have a large amount of MST3K hidden away on the canadian version, may easy your pain for $8 …

55. scooner - July 2, 2011

I’m having trouble streaming Voyager…it won’t load, everything else works fine.

56. Bill Peters - July 2, 2011

:) I Love this :) watch Hours of Trek Yesterday :)

57. Gibnerd - July 2, 2011

@55 – i was having problems with Enterprise episodes yesterday, but that could have been my connection or a Netflix issue that is now fixed.

58. Neumann - July 2, 2011

Watching TNG, I forgot that the Enterprise crew is like hanging out with your teachers, but the teachers you REALLY liked and could see becoming friends with when you become an adult.

59. Lukas Ketner - July 2, 2011

I watch most of my Netflix on my phone. Enterprise and Voyager won’t play!! It just says that it can’t load show details. The app has always been terrible, slow and crash-y, but this is a whole new level of disappointment :(

60. russ - July 2, 2011

…and for those of us who choose to save those monthly fees from netflix, TOS original or HD (us choose) and Enterprise are on CBS’s site with the others scheduled to run this fall…for free. you can go directly to there, or, for example @Captain Ucklak, if you have Xfinity or other cable company with true broadband..a direct link with 22+MB download speed from there On Demand selection. I tried netflix once. did not look as good on my 50 plasma from my PS3 (yes, it was hdmi) as CBS from my PC….sorry.

61. Christopher Roberts - July 2, 2011

I really ought to run-up a list of some great (in my opinion anyway) Enterprise episodes. Maybe sort the important unfolding sagas from the old run-of-the-mill, alien-of-the-week format. Then again if I had my way, an alternative theme would play instead of “Faith of the Heart”… but it’s not hard to just move the slider further along, I suppose, to where the episode starts up again.

62. Christopher Roberts - July 2, 2011

^ Sorry I know there’s a problem watching that show and Voyager. I’m talking about when Netfix sort it out OR for those watching on an alternative provider. Or even just have the DVDs and want to recover the whole series in less time.

63. 4 8 15 16 23 42 - July 2, 2011

I finally finished the last 6 episodes of the 7th season of Voyager the night before last and yesterday. That makes it official: I have watched every episode of every series of the franchise at least once.

With that feather in my cap, I went back to the first season of TNG, and started watching an episode I’d only seen once, on DVD, about 7 years ago — The Battle. It’s an episode I remembered as good, but not worth copying (something I did for select episodes when I rented the DVDs in the past).

Unfortunately, the quality of the picture does show certain flaws in HD; it is particularly evident in the effects shots, but in general the resolution gives rise to sharpness issues. However, I remember that TNG episodes from earlier seasons on DVD showed bad color balance. It seems that in transferring the video to streaming, color correction was applied. Maybe the more recent DVD editions have the color correction, too. It’s not worth it to me to rent them and find out.

The bottom line is that there’s a trade-off in quality: better color correction versus low resolution. I regard this as a test case for the planned up-rezing of TNG to HD. Anyway, I appreciate the streaming, since ultimately I can enjoy the shows despite their technical flaws.

64. DJT - July 2, 2011

The one problem I have encountered is that although one can place all of the seasons/episodes on their ONLINE cue, not all of the episodes appear on the ON SCREEN (TV) cue. This problem is not confined to Trek seasons, either.

Hopefully, Netflix will fix this problem soon, where one can watch any episode on their TV and not just their computer.

Nuff said.

65. Jvzilen - July 2, 2011

my only problem is that in TOS they list the Menageri as parts 1 & 2 together… but it only has part 1

66. James R. Kirk - July 3, 2011

Neither Enterprise nor Voyager are currently working via Netflix. I’ve tried accessing them through my PS3, my Roku, my iPhone, and through their website on my computer.

I think I’ve exhausted all my options.

67. Andrew Wallace - July 3, 2011

You need better service in Canada, Netflix! This is like some cruel joke, unless you can tell me that Star Trek will be available in Canada in the near future I am going to cancel my Netflix account. Pirate Bay wins again!

68. Paul B. - July 3, 2011

This is GREAT news! I’ve been catching up on great standalone episodes of TNG (Darmok, for example). After years of hating on most of TNG, it’s nice to be able to watch the “best of” without the clunkers.

– Still can’t view Voyager or Enterprise at all on my PS3.
– Many TOS and TNG episodes are starting a few seconds in, with no way to run them back to the start.

@60 – As of a minute ago, the CBS website doesn’t include any episodes of TOS or Enterprise that I can find–none listed under “Shows” on the site. TAS has full episodes and there are clips from TOS, but that’s all.

69. Chuck - July 3, 2011

Chris, your dad didn’t have a bad episode, film or appearance. He was my favorite in all the iterations of Trek and can never be replaced or equaled. Simply put, there is no Trek without Jimmy Doohan. full stop! I loved everything about his interpretation of Scotty but the thing that always put the best finisher on the role was his smile!

70. 4 8 15 16 23 42 - July 3, 2011

@66 — I’m having no trouble with Voyager or Enterprise on my PC….

71. jeff - July 4, 2011

Also not able to view Enterprise or Voyager… Hurry up and fix this Netflix!!!

72. Sebastian S. - July 4, 2011

# 4. Chris Doohan?
We all love your dad in that one! ; )
“Relics” is (easily) one of my favorite episodes of TNG. Your father made it soooo memorable.

As for the ‘unlimited Trek’ now pouring through my Wii console? I was contemplating buying the remastered season 3 of TOS (already have 1 and 2); now I can preview it!
Thank you, Netflix.

73. MikeTen - July 4, 2011

@ #4 Chris, Your Dad was great in everything he was in, including Jason of Star Command and Homeboys in Space.

74. Ralph F - July 4, 2011

Great news, once they’re all captioned/subtitled for those of us who need it.

75. I am not Herbert - July 4, 2011

YESS!!!!! =D

76. DS9 IN PRIME TIME - July 4, 2011

Why is DS9 not going to be available till october?

77. Jon B - July 4, 2011

Great news. A little disappointed about the lack of DS9, but I can wait. Also wish for the original versions of TOS, but it ain’t a deal breaker. A few weeks ago Power Rangers got on Netflix. Happy times. :)

78. Skippy2k - July 4, 2011

I skimmed the comments but anyone have issues with “The Menagerie”? The list shows them grouped together as parts 1&2 but on the first part plays.

79. Joe - July 4, 2011

Voyager isn’t streaming to my iPad, but it shows up fine on my Samsung Blu-Ray player. C’mon Netflix! Don’t tie me down! Let’s get this fixed!

80. DS9 IN PRIME TIME - July 5, 2011

@79 just call the 800 number for netflix and let them know so they can get it fixed

81. Skippy2k - July 5, 2011

I called Netflix and told them about the missing part 2 of “The Menagerie” and the incomplete TNG retrospective. He said they may have to re-pull it from the studio but they should be looking into it.

Also asked about the remastered version of “The Cage”. I assume it is the grayed out version listed at the end so maybe they will add it since it seems to be the only remastered ep missing so far as i’ve seen.

82. Mr. Zoom - July 5, 2011

I streamed the Voyager premiere episode to my Samsung Blu-ray player Monday evening. There were no problems at all, not even audio drop-outs which I have had from time to time on other content that I have watched this way.

83. Robert - July 5, 2011

I seriously hope they never take any star trek shows off! i would also like to see some TNG movies, cant wait for DS9.

84. HubcapDave - July 6, 2011

Been watching them on my HTC Evo 4G phone. The remastered episodes look FANTASTIC in HD!

85. Katie G. - July 6, 2011

Re: #37. Anthony Pascale

Sorry, Anthony. How did I miss that? I read the whole article. Well, apparently I did not. Been doing that a lot lately… Hope it’s just hormonal confusion and not Alzheimer’s!


86. MrRegular - July 6, 2011

Just watched the remastered “Tomorrow is Yesterday” via Netflix. Finally got to see the chase sequence over Nebraska, unedited, without the insane commercial cuts from when they were first broadcast some years ago. The overall picture and sound quality is better than I have ever seen for this episode at any time!! Bravo Netflix !!

87. Dr. Sevrin - July 6, 2011

It’s finally hot in NYC this summer, and I am STOKED that I can sit in my overpriced apt and enjoy my overpriced A/C while I watch all of these episodes for free, almost! Except Enterprise.

88. Ophelia - July 11, 2011

@17 (Fubamushu) – DS9, like Voyager, floundered in its first few seasons, so I don’t blame you for losing hope. There were some good episodes, but a fair number of duds. It wasn’t until season 4 that it really started picking up steam. There were always some lame episodes here and there (mirror universe ones, especially) but I feel that’s true of every incarnation of Star Trek. However, I admit DS9 is noticeably slower-paced, it’s characters & plots less cartoony, and it doesn’t paint hamfisted moral/humanistic lessons with quite the broad brush that TOS, TNG, and Voyager did, so if you liked those aspects of the other series, you might not like seasons 4-7 of DS9 any better than seasons 1-3.

I’m glad Netflix is finally getting all these shows available for streaming, and I’ll be watching them quite a bit, myself, but with cheap Blu-Ray players out now that can stream from a computer’s shared folders via Wi-Fi, it’s almost as convenient to acquire DVD-ripped episodes via BitTorrent. Canadian

89. dene - July 23, 2011

Why are only 100 episodes of TNG available to stream on my TV, but all 7 seasons are available on my computer?

90. Jon - July 25, 2011

I am having the same issue and TNG is not the only series I am having that I am having this issue with. In fact, any show over 100 episodes that I add to my instant queue only shows up as 100 episodes on my TV, but I am able to watch all episodes on my PC. I do not understand.

91. Aaron - September 3, 2011

WHERE THE CRAP IS SEASON 1 The Next Generation, my wife is livid about the disappearance of Tasha Yar from season 2, WTF OVER!
Season 1 has dissapeared WTF!?!?!?!?!?!?

92. phillip - September 3, 2011

Ahh season 1 is gone.

93. Dr. Trek PhD - September 30, 2011

DS9’s syndication deal runs out on Sept 30th. After tomorrow, I dont see anywhere Trek is available in the US other than Netflix.

94. Linda - October 1, 2011

It’s Oct 1 and still no DSN on Netflix…

95. jw - January 1, 2012

Wow Netflix. Canada is huge on sci-fi. There is enough Star Trek episodes to get me to join Netflix for a while if you got the copyright for it is represented by Gorilla Nation. Please contact Gorilla Nation for ad rates, packages and general advertising information.