The History Channel has given a release date for the Star Trek docu-series The Center Seat.
The new History Channel series, The Center Seat, has a release date finally. The show will air on History Channel and give Star Trek fans a deeper dive into the Star Trek franchise than ever before. It’s a franchise that has been long and vast with many hidden tidbits that fans old and new are still discovering every day.
Star Trek is one of those franchises that can constantly be mined for new information. With 55 years of existence, that has seen over 800 episodes of televised or streaming content, 13 movies, dozens of fan-made movies, series, and films influenced by Star Trek (Galaxy Quest, The Orville), on top of books and video games and the like; there’s so much to dive into.
For each hour of content, you probably have weeks of behind-the-scenes conversations that fans would love to know about. Alternate ideas and the like all stem from these conversations. Now fans can learn even more about them all when The Center Seat begins airing.
The Center Seat comes to History Channel in November
The Gates McFadden-narrated documentary series will begin airing on Nov. 5 at 10 PM ET/PT. The first four episodes are set to air exclusively on the History Channel on Fridays at 10 PM. After that, however, the final six, while still airing on Fridays’ at 10, will also be released to the History Vault streaming service.
According to TrekMovie.com, The Center Seat will feature a massive group of past Trek actors. They include Brent Spiner, Kirstie Alley, Walter Koenig, Kate Mulgrew, Denise Crosby, Wil Wheaton, John De Lancie, Nicholas Meyer, Nichelle Nichols, Ronald D. Moore, Brannon Braga, Nana Visitor, Robert Picardo, Penny Johnson, Ethan Phillips, Diana Muldaur, Nicole de Boer, Roxann Dawson, Robert Beltran, Tim Russ, John Billingsley, John Dykstra, D.C. Fontana, Rick Berman, and F. Murray Abraham.