There are many weird and wonderful looks in Star Trek, from alien to android. With our incredible range of colored contact lenses, you can pretend you’re one of the good guys, like the android, Lt Commander Data. Perhaps you prefer to become the green-eyed alien of the week. Possibly even the possessed and power-mad Gary Mitchell from the original series episode, Where No Man Has Gone Before. These and many more great looks can be achieved without even the slightest dollop of special effects knowledge that brought these Sci-Fi idols to the screen.
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Yes, Star Trek keeps boldly going on – and on. The franchise has accumulated over 540 hours of screen time – that’s including television episodes and movies. So how is that broken down?
Star Trek, the original series – 79 episodes, 6 movies
Star Trek, the animated series – 2 episodes
Star Trek: the Next Generation – 178 episodes, 4 movies
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – 176 episodes
Star Trek: Voyager – 172 episodes
Star Trek: Enterprise – 98 episodes.
Let’s not forget the 2009 movie reboot, nattily entitled Star Trek – starring Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto – a huge hit for Paramount which propelled the floundering franchise into warp drive. With the latest incarnation of the Gene Roddenberry’s intergalactic baby, Into Darkness (released today in the UK), that makes for twelve motion pictures in total. And there’s no end in sight.