Star Trek: The Next Generation

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A century after Captain Kirk's five year mission, the next generation of Starfleet officers begins their journey aboard the new flagship of the Federation. Commanded by Captain Jean-Luc Picard the Galaxy class starship Enterprise NCC-1701-D will seek out new life and new civilizations - to boldly go where no one has gone before.

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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials May 1994 September 2020 2
Season 1 September 1987 May 1988 26
Season 2 November 1988 July 1989 22
Season 3 September 1989 June 1990 26
Season 4 September 1990 June 1991 26
Season 5 September 1991 June 1992 26
Season 6 September 1992 June 1993 26
Season 7 September 1993 May 1994 26
Unassigned Episodes 2
Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Season 1 September 1987 May 1988 25
Season 2 November 1988 July 1989 22
Season 3 September 1989 June 1990 26
Season 4 September 1990 June 1991 26
Season 5 September 1991 June 1992 26
Season 6 September 1992 June 1993 26
Season 7 September 1993 May 1994 25
Unassigned Episodes 6
Absolute ordering places all episodes in a single ordered season. This is generally used for anime.
Season From To Episodes
Season 1 0
Unassigned Episodes 182
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Ronald D. Moore 30 10/23/1989 - 05/23/1994
Cliff Bole 25 11/02/1987 - 05/09/1994
Brannon Braga 23 11/05/1990 - 05/23/1994
Les Landau 21 04/11/1988 - 05/02/1994
Winrich Kolbe 18 11/28/1988 - 05/23/1994
Joe Menosky 17 10/29/1990 - 05/09/1994
René Echevarria 16 03/12/1990 - 05/16/1994
Michael Piller 15 09/25/1989 - 11/02/1992
Maurice Hurley 13 01/18/1988 - 02/24/1992
Jeri Taylor 12 10/15/1990 - 01/31/1994
Rob Bowman 12 11/16/1987 - 10/08/1990
Robert Scheerer 11 02/13/1989 - 11/22/1993
Naren Shankar 10 03/30/1992 - 05/16/1994
Jonathan Frakes 8 03/12/1990 - 01/31/1994
Hans Beimler 8 04/11/1988 - 03/26/1990
Robert Wiemer 8 10/16/1989 - 02/21/1994
Ronald Wilkerson 7 05/04/1992 - 02/07/1994
Corey Allen 7 09/28/1987 - 03/28/1994
D.C. Fontana 7 09/28/1987 - 03/21/1988
Richard Manning 7 04/11/1988 - 03/26/1990
Gabrielle Beaumont 7 10/30/1989 - 02/07/1994
Alexander Singer 6 10/12/1992 - 01/17/1994
Patrick Stewart 6 06/03/1991 - 05/16/1994
Paul Lynch 5 10/05/1987 - 03/30/1992
Robert Lewin 5 01/18/1988 - 04/18/1988
Tracy Torme 5 11/30/1987 - 01/23/1989
Hannah Louise Shearer 5 02/15/1988 - 11/13/1989
Rick Berman 5 10/08/1990 - 11/18/1991
David Carson 4 11/06/1989 - 05/23/1994
Joseph L. Scanlan 4 01/11/1988 - 04/03/1989
Chip Chalmers 4 04/02/1990 - 03/02/1992
Ira Steven Behr 4 02/19/1990 - 04/22/1991
Peter Allan Fields 4 05/06/1991 - 06/01/1992
Morgan Gendel 3 06/01/1992 - 03/29/1993
Shari Goodhartz 3 05/07/1990 - 02/03/1992
Burton Armus 3 12/12/1988 - 02/06/1989
Christopher Hatton 3 10/11/1993 - 04/25/1994
LeVar Burton 3 05/24/1993 - 01/17/1994
Jean Louise Matthias 3 10/19/1992 - 02/07/1994
James L. Conway 3 11/09/1987 - 05/03/1993
Hilary J. Bader 3 12/01/1990 - 11/01/1993
Herbert Wright 3 10/19/1987 - 03/21/1988
Robert Lederman 3 05/11/1992 - 11/15/1993
Frank Abatemarco 3 10/05/1992 - 12/21/1992
Philip LaZebnik 3 02/04/1991 - 09/30/1991
Peter Lauritson 2 06/01/1992 - 10/11/1993
Sara B. Cooper 2 01/06/1992 - 03/02/1992
Fred Bronson 2 05/28/1990 - 10/28/1991
Robert Legato 2 05/28/1990 - 04/01/1991
CJ Holland 2 11/23/1987
David Assael 2 04/24/1989
Gates McFadden 2 03/21/1994
Adam Nimoy 2 11/02/1992 - 06/14/1993
Stu Charno 2 01/06/1992 - 03/02/1992
Bruce D. Arthurs 2 02/11/1991
Adam Belanoff 2 02/10/1992
Robert Becker 2 05/02/1988 - 12/12/1988
Michael Michaelin 2 02/08/1988
John D.F. Black 2 10/05/1987
Timothy Bond 2 11/20/1989 - 05/07/1990
Tom Benko 2 06/04/1990 - 02/04/1991
Robert Sabaroff 2 02/22/1988
William Glover 2 02/04/1991
Susan Sackett 2 05/28/1990 - 10/28/1991
David Livingston 2 05/27/1991 - 02/24/1992
Dan Koeppel 2 11/22/1993
James Brooks 1 05/17/1993
Ken Schafer 1 05/27/1991
Richard Colla 1 10/19/1987
Jean Matthias 1 05/04/1992
Karl Geurs 1 02/22/1988
Les Menchen 1 12/12/1988
Richard Krzemien 1 10/19/1987
Kim Manners 1 02/15/1988
Ron Jarvis 1 10/21/1991
Jonathan Taylor 1 04/29/1991
David Lansberg 1 12/12/1988
Diana Dru Botsford 1 11/02/1992
Antonio Napoli 1 03/28/1994
Bryan Stewart 1 10/01/1990
Roger Eschbacher 1 09/27/1993
Drew Deighan 1 03/19/1990
Ralph Sanchez 1 02/22/1988
Richard Compton 1 11/30/1987
Ron Bowman 1 10/26/1987
Marc Cushman 1 05/14/1990
Philip A. Scorza 1 10/21/1991
Michael A. Medlock 1 05/24/1993
Russ Mayberry 1 10/12/1987
Matthew Corey 1 10/26/1992
Robert Iscove 1 04/24/1989
Gregory Amos 1 02/06/1989
Jonathan West 1 04/25/1994
Spike Steingasser 1 01/17/1994
Lance Dickson 1 12/12/1988
Susanne Lambdin 1 10/01/1990
Marc Scott Zicree 1 02/18/1991
Paul Schiffer 1 02/17/1992
Randee Russell 1 04/22/1991
Larry Shaw 1 01/09/1989
Larry Forrester 1 11/16/1987
Dan Curry 1 03/01/1993
Shawn Piller 1 03/28/1994
Ted Roberts 1 05/06/1991
Michael Rhodes 1 01/25/1988
Mike Vejar 1 03/14/1988
Marvin Rush 1 05/13/1991
Lawrence V. Conley 1 10/14/1991
Richard Fliegel 1 05/04/1992
Jake Jacobs 1 05/14/1990
Wanda M. Haight 1 02/06/1989
Jaq Greenspoon 1 09/27/1993
Win Phelps 1 04/18/1988
Lan O'Kun 1 11/30/1987
Thomas Kartozian 1 03/11/1991
Timothy De Haas 1 03/25/1991
Ward Botsford 1 11/02/1992
James Kahn 1 02/10/1992
Mark Kalbfeld 1 04/25/1994
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Melinda M. Snodgrass 5 02/13/1989 - 01/29/1990
Gene Roddenberry 5 09/28/1987 - 01/18/1988
Michael Wagner 3 09/25/1989 - 10/30/1989
David Kemper 2 07/10/1989 - 11/06/1989
David Bischoff 2 04/23/1990 - 02/18/1991
Robert L. McCullough 2 04/24/1989 - 05/15/1989
Richard Danus 2 10/30/1989 - 02/05/1990
Nick Sagan 2 11/08/1993 - 05/02/1994
Mike Gray 1 01/30/1989
Barry M. Schkolnick 1 02/17/1992
J. Larry Carroll 1 11/12/1990
Kacey Arnold-Ince 1 11/19/1990
Jo Perry 1 11/05/1990
Cy Chermak 1 01/28/1991
Diane Duane 1 10/26/1987
Vanessa Greene 1 12/01/1990
Edithe Swensen 1 05/04/1992
Lisa Rich 1 09/27/1993
Jon Povill 1 11/21/1988
Sally Caves 1 04/30/1990
Keith Mills 1 03/27/1989
Scott Rubenstein 1 02/20/1989
Dennis Russel Bailey 1 02/18/1991
Ron Roman 1 10/30/1989
Joseph Stefano 1 04/25/1988
Lee Sheldon 1 10/22/1990
Harold Apter 1 01/07/1991
Beth Woods 1 03/20/1989
John Mason 1 01/30/1989
Worley Thorne 1 11/09/1987
Thomas Perry 1 11/05/1990
Michel Horvat 1 05/13/1991
W. Reed Moran 1 03/19/1990
Michael Reaves 1 10/26/1987
Gary Percante 1 04/27/1992
Jack B. Sowards 1 11/28/1988
René Balcer 1 02/24/1992
Jeanne Carrigan-Fauci 1 09/27/1993
Sam Rolfe 1 11/20/1989
Robin Jill Bernheim 1 01/08/1990
Sandy Fries 1 03/14/1988
Dennis Putnam Bailey 1 04/23/1990
Steve Gerber 1 03/20/1989
Allison Hock 1 11/02/1992
Kathryn Powers 1 10/12/1987
Jacqueline Zambrano 1 01/09/1989
Pamela Douglas 1 03/18/1991
David Bennett Carren 1 11/12/1990
Robert Hewitt Wolfe 1 11/09/1992
Ed Zuckerman 1 02/12/1990
Eric A. Stillwell 1 02/19/1990
Herbert J. Wright 1 02/24/1992
Pamela Gray 1 02/03/1992
Trent Christopher Ganino 1 02/19/1990
Alan J. Adla 1 12/01/1990
Deborah Dean Davis 1 05/02/1988
Peter S. Beagle 1 05/14/1990
Jaron Summers 1 11/21/1988
Michael Halperin 1 11/02/1987
Brian Alan Lane 1 12/05/1988
Leonard Mlodinow 1 02/20/1989
Patrick Barry 1 01/25/1988
Grant Rosenberg 1 01/06/1992
Paul Ruben 1 02/24/1992
Ralph Wills 1 11/09/1987
Michael Baron 1 10/12/1987
Terry Deveraux 1 06/19/1989
John Whelpley 1 10/15/1990

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