STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION – SEASON SEVEN includes all 25 episodes of the final season and a trove of never-before-seen interviews with cast and crew, including the three-part documentary “The Sky’s The Limit: The Eclipse Of Star Trek: The Next Generation” and “In Conversation: Lensing Star Trek: The Next Generation.”As well as the three-part documentary and round-table mentioned above, there is also Closed Set: A Tour of the Real Enterprise, a behind the scenes video shot by the Okudas on the TNG sets before they were altered for use in Generations. You'll also find a gag real, and audio commentaries on three episodes, two of them newly recorded:
Along with an unreleased gag reel and exclusive deleted scenes, the seventh season collection features some of the most acclaimed episodes of the series such as the conclusion to the two-part episode “Descent;” Worf’s (Michael Dorn) conflict with his human foster brother who violates the prime directive to save a doomed primitive race in “Homeward;” the two-part episode “Gambit;” Data meeting a woman who claims to be his mother in “Inheritance;” and the stunning, final confrontation between Picard and Q (John de Lancie) in the series finale “All Good Things…”.
Plus, the thrilling final season also features can’t-miss guest appearances from Kirsten Dunst, Terry O’Quinn, and former L.A. Laker James Worthy.
- Parallels, with Brannon Braga (recorded in 2008)
- Lower Decks, with René Echevarria, and Mike and Denise Okuda
- Preemptive Strike, with René Echevarria, Naren Shankar, and Mike and Denise Okuda
Continue after the jump for all the details of the stand-alone All Good Thing... disc:
STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION – ALL GOOD THINGS presents the epic feature-length series finale remastered into high-definition. The 1995 Hugo Award winner for “Best Dramatic Presentation,” the thrilling adventure was also hailed as a “picture-perfect” (USA Today) ending to the series.In addition to the featured described above, the All Good Things... release also feature a new audio commentary, by Ronald D. Moore and Brannon Braga.
A journey that takes fans to the end of the universe and beyond the boundaries of time itself, “All Good Things…” begins when Q tells Captain Picard that he is to be the cause of humanity’s ultimate annihilation. Thus begins an incredible journey through space and time that follows Picard’s first voyage on the Enterprise to 25 years into the future.
Fans can revisit the engrossing finale with the newly produced documentary “The Unknown Possibilities of Existence: Making ‘All Good Things…’” and never-before-released deleted scenes.
You can find full disc-by-disc breakdowns of the extra features on both release, on TrekCore. Both of these are due out in December, and in Germany the season seven set is also available in steelbook packaging. In the UK meanwhile, December will also see the release of the complete TNG bluray box set, which repackages all the season box sets.
One other bit of Star Trek home video news, this month saw a new release of Into Darkness on 3D bluray, where in France it has been paired with Transformers 3 in a 3D two-pack.