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Star Trek: The Next Generation was billed initially as being set 78 years after the days of the original USS Enterprise. [1] (p. 16) However, after the series' first season was established as being set in the year 2364, this reference became obsolete as dates were then able to be set for the original series and the four previous films. When this happened, it was established that the events of the original series were about a hundred years before the events of TNG. With TNG's first season being set in 2364, 78 years prior would have been 2286. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home partly takes place during this year along with the shakedown cruise of the USS Enterprise-A.

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I remember Generations and love the show. Since Soapnet is bringing back all of the soap opera from the past why don't they bring back Generation. I know I am tried of looking at 90210 on the weekend. They also need to bring back Santa Barbara, if my memory is correct Santa Barbara came on first then Generation. I love Generation when Richard Roundtree(Shaft) was Vivica Fox father. Even if Soapnet doesn't want to bring this soap back,maybe TVOne would think about bring it back. TVOne has all the old black comedy shows like Good Times, 227, For your Love and Amen why not a black soap opera from the past. I also love the opening of the soap it was wonderful doing the flash back from the past.

I remember Generations and love the show. Since Soapnet is bringing back all of the soap opera from the past why don't they bring back Generation. I know I am tried of looking at 90210 on the weekend. They also need to bring back Santa Barbara, if my memory is correct Santa Barbara came on first then Generation. I love Generation when Richard Roundtree(Shaft) was Vivica Fox father. Even if Soapnet doesn't want to bring this soap back,maybe TVOne would think about bring it back. TVOne has all the old black comedy shows like Good Times, 227, For your Love and Amen why not a black soap opera from the past. I also love the opening of the soap it was wonderful doing the flash back from the past. (Source: www.imdb.com)

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Four of the Star Trek motion pictures continued the adventures of the TNG cast after the end of the series in 1994. Star Trek Generations served to "pass the torch" from The Original Series cast, who had been the subject of the first six motion pictures, by including crossover appearances from William Shatner, James Doohan, and Walter Koenig; it also featured the destruction of the USS Enterprise-D. Star Trek: First Contact, released two years later, was the first of the motion pictures to solely feature the TNG cast, transferred aboard the new USS Enterprise-E and engaging with one of their deadliest enemies from the television series, the Borg. Star Trek: Insurrection followed in 1998, continuing certain character arcs from the series. In 2002, Star Trek Nemesis brought some of these character arcs and plot threads to a seemingly definite conclusion, although some cast members expressed hope that future movies would yet pick up the story. Regardless, a new generation of actors appeared in 2009's Star Trek, which created an alternate reality and returned the films' focus to Kirk and Spock.

Star Trek: The Next Generation moved the universe forward roughly a century past the days of James T. Kirk and Spock. The series depicted a new age in which the Klingons were allies of the Federation, though the Romulans remained adversaries. New threats included the Ferengi (although they were later used more for comic relief), the Cardassians, and the Borg. While Star Trek: The Original Series was clearly made in the 1960s, the first two seasons of The Next Generation show all the markings of a 1980s product, complete with Spandex uniforms. (Source: memory-alpha.fandom.com)

 

 

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