50th Anniversary STAR TREK TV and Movie Mega-Collection Coming In September

CBS and Paramount have announced the upcoming release of the STAR TREK 50th Anniversary TV and Movie Collection. The new 30-disc Blu-ray set will include all three seasons of Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: The Animated Series, all six films featuring the original crew, plus a bevy of bonus features and collectables.

The most interesting of the bonus features, is a new multi-part documentary feature, entitled The Journey to the Silver Screen.

This set will also include the recently released Director’s Cut of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.

The collection is not yet available for pre-order, but stay tuned to TrekNews.net for any additional information.

UPDATE: It’s now available to pre-order on Amazon.

For a complete list of what’s included, check out the press release below.

50th Anniversary STAR TREK TV and Movie Collection

50th Anniversary STAR TREK TV and Movie Collection

Press Release:

STAR TREK 50th Anniversary TV and Movie Collection

Debuting September 6, 2016, Limited Edition Box Set Boasts 30 Blu-ray Discs™ with Every Movie and TV Show Featuring the Original Crew, Including the Newly Remastered Animated Series on Blu-ray™ for the First Time Ever!

Set Also Includes a Brand New, Multi-Part Documentary Chronicling
Star Trek’s Cinematic Voyages

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. – Embark on a mission to the final frontier with the biggest, most comprehensive Star Trek collection ever offered when the STAR TREK 50th ANNIVERSARY TV AND MOVIE COLLECTIONis transported to Earth on September 6, 2016. Just in time to commemorate the September 8, 1966 airing of the very first “Star Trek” episode, this epic limited edition gift set includes 30 Blu-ray Discs featuring all new disc art and every feature film and television show made with the original crew, plus a brand new, multi-part documentary with nearly 2 hours of new footage chronicling the franchise’s amazing 50-year journey. Enclosed in collectible packaging, the set includes the Animated Series remastered on Blu-ray for the first time ever, the newly released Director’s Cut of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, an exclusive Starfleet pin commemorating the 50th anniversary and new mini-posters for the first six feature films designed by acclaimed artist Juan Ortiz. Over 20 hours of previously released bonus content is also included in this comprehensive collection.

STAR TREK 50th ANNIVERSARY TV AND MOVIE COLLECTION

The 30-disc set includes the following:

· Star Trek: The Original Series Blu-ray

· Star Trek: The Animated Series Blu-ray

· Star Trek: The Motion Picture Blu-ray

· Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan Director’s Cut Blu-ray

· Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Blu-ray

· Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Blu-ray

· Star Trek V: The Final Frontier Blu-ray

· Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country Blu-ray

· Star Trek: The Journey to the Silver ScreenNew 50th Anniversary Multi-Part Documentary

o The New Frontier: Resurrecting Star Trek

o Maiden Voyage: Making Star Trek: The Motion Picture

o The Genesis Effect: Engineering The Wrath of Khan

o The Dream is Alive: The Continuing Mission

o End of an Era: Charting the Undiscovered Country

· Collectible 50th Anniversary Starfleet Insignia Pin

· Collectible Mini-Posters for Movies 1-6

· Plus over 20 hours of bonus content!

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  • milojthatch

    I love Star Trek, but I’m done re-buying it over and over again. Give me extended cuts of the main ten films, and I’m there. Past that, my collection is done.

    • Yeah, I agree. I love Trek too – too much, but over all the years, I’ve bought the same movies again and again. On VHS single movies, TOS episodes and TNG, then a couple of boxed sets of the shows and movies, at least two movies on CDi/VCD, then replaced them all one-by-one on DVD, then a number of boxed set shows, now it’s all bluray and before I even think about collecting them all over again, a new format will appear. What I do now is buy the movies I want on DVD or whatever so I own them, then rip it to a media server so I can stream or copy to my own devices as I choose. Unless an extended version comes out as you say, I’m done and my collection stands as is.

  • Savage Brit

    Will they correct the error on the Blu-ray director’s cut of TWOK that everyone is complaining about?

    • Super Moo

      They seriously need to do this. And in addition, if this is to be a proper collection, also give me the director’s cut of TMP in HD.