Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

1993
4.8
376 reviews
TV-PG
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Season 7 episodes (26)

1 Image in the Sand
9/30/98
With the wormhole closed and the orbs darkened, Sisko struggles to find a way to re-establish contact with the Bajoran Prophets.
2 Shadows and Symbols
10/7/98
Sisko's quest to find a mythical Bajoran orb leads him to unlock the truth about his own existence.
3 Afterimage
10/14/98
Ezri Dax's arrival unleashes conflicting emotions in everyone who knew Jadzia - particularly in Worf.
4 Take Me Out to the Holosuite
10/21/98
Determined to prove the superiority of his race, a Vulcan Starfleet officer challenges Sisko and his crew to a baseball game.
5 Chrysalis
10/28/98
Bashir becomes romantically involved with a genetically engineered patient.
6 Treachery, Faith, and the Great River
11/4/98
Odo is thrust into a violent showdown when a Dominion war leader defects.
7 Once More Unto the Beach
11/11/98
Worf's decision to send a legendary Klingon warrior back into battle could have deadly consequences.
8 The Siege of AR-558
11/18/98
Sisko and the crew fight for their lives during a violent standoff at a key communications outpost.
9 Covenant
11/25/98
Kira is held hostage by her old enemy Dukat, who has become the leader of a Bajoran religious faction.
10 It's Only a Paper Moon
12/30/98
Traumatized by the loss of his leg, Nog retreats to the holographic world of 1960's lounge singer Vic Fontaine.
11 Prodigal Daughter
1/6/99
When Ezri returns home to investigate O'Brien's disappearance, she uncovers disturbing family secrets.
12 The Emperor's New Cloak
2/3/99
Quark and Rom risk their lives by crossing into an evil alternate universe to rescue the captive leader of Quark's homeworld.
13 Field of Fire
2/10/99
Ezri summons the suppressed homicidal memories of a previous Dax incarnation in order to solve a series of murders.
14 Chimera
2/17/99
A nomadic Changeling asks Odo to leave the space station and join his search for their shapeshifting brethren.
15 Badda-Bing Badda-Bang
2/24/99
A glitch in Vic Fontaine's holosuite program leads the crew to attempt a daring heist of a mob-run casino.
16 Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges
3/3/99
Bashir becomes an unwitting pawn in a deadly game between Romulan intelligence forces and a covert Starfleet organization.
17 Penumbra
4/7/99
While Ezri searches for a missing Worf, Sisko makes plans to marry Kasidy Yates.
18 Til Death Do Us Part
4/14/99
As Sisko agonizes over his broken engagement, Dukat's latest evil plan is revealed.
19 Strange Bedfellows
4/21/99
While Worf and Ezri face execution, an alliance between enemies threatens to turn the tide of the war against the Federation.
20 The Changing Face of Evil
4/28/99
The war reaches a crucial turning point when the Cardassian leader breaks from the Dominion-Breen alliance.
21 When It Rains
5/5/99
While Kira consults with Damar's rebel forces, Bashir makes a shocking discovery about the disease that is ravaging the Founders.
22 Tacking Into the Wild
5/12/99
Kira masterminds a plot to obtain an enemy weapon, while Worf investigates a dramatic power shift within the Klingon Empire.
23 Extreme Measures
5/19/99
Bashir and O'Brien link minds with the man who holds the cure to Odo's deadly disease.
24 The Dogs of War
5/26/99
With the Cardassian Resistance crushed, the Federation war against the Dominion reaches the prelude to one final showdown.
25 What You Leave Behind, Pt. 1
6/2/99
The war against the Dominion reaches its final confrontation when Sisko leads the Federation Alliance in an attempt to invade the Cardassian homeworld.
26 What You Leave Behind, Pt. 2
6/2/99
While Sisko, Ross and Martok plan a final assault in space, Kira and Garak lead the Cardassian resistance on the ground, into Dominion headquarters.

About this show

STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE takes place in the mid 24th century and chronicles the adventures of a team of Starfleet officers who take command of a remote alien space station on the edge of a new frontier.
4.8
376 reviews
James Fisher
September 7, 2016
Sisko, Worf, and Quark make this Trek the best of all. No matter how many times I watch this series it makes me laugh and cry. What people don't realize is Avery Brooks had soooo much pressure on him as the first African American Star Trek Captain. Not only that, but he had to earn the right to be one. He was never suppose to be captain. The writers didn't even think about it till the end of the 3rd season. After they saw a stage play he wrote, directed, and starred in. He deserved it!!! Love this series😎
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Teresa O'Connell
June 24, 2017
To boldly sit and have others come to you might not be catchy, but this ended up being so exciting and interesting! We go to know all the Chara really well, not just Worf and Ben. This is Star Trek as I grew up watching. Intelligent and possessing a plot(sometimes more then one at a time) and the jokes were not just there to distract you from how Star Wars the reboot has become... I would really like to see how things are on Bajor since the end of the Dominion war, ab.nd that little theological dispute...
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Christo M
January 18, 2016
Some of the most memorable characters in all Trek. It does start out dry and dull for the first 2 seasons due to character building... But starting the last episode of season 2 onward is an epic galactic war story that will pull at your heart strings. It's the diamond in the ruff of treks!
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