Star Trek: Deep Space Nine DVD Box Set Coming In February [UPDATED]

The third live-action Star Trek television series, Deep Space Nine, is being re-released on DVD by CBS Home Entertainment early next year.

While it doesn’t look like Sisko and crew will be getting a high-definition Blu-ray upgrade (as has been done with The Original Series, The Next Generation and Enterprise) just yet, the new box set will package all seven seasons of the series together.

We haven’t received word on any newly-recorded bonus content, that will be added to the set. However, some of the standout features seen on the original single-season DVD releases from 2003 included:

  • “Deep Space Nine: A Bold New Beginning” featurette
  • “New Frontiers — The Story of Deep Space Nine” with Rick Berman, Michael Piller, Ira Behr, and Robert Hewitt Wolfe
  • “The Birth of the Dominion and Beyond” with Ira Steven Behr
  • Two mini-documentaries looking at “Trials and Tribble-ations”
  • “Ending an Era” featurette, reflecting on the final season of the series
  • A multi-part feature looking at the aliens designed by FX artist Michael Westmore

All of the above are expected to carry over to this new box set. We’ve reached out to CBS to inquire about the possibility of any new bonus material, as well.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine originally ran from 1993 to 1999 and starred Avery Brooks, Nana Visitor, Rene Auberjonois, Terry Farrell, Colm Meaney, Cirroc Lofton, Armin Shimerman, Alexander Siddig, Michael Dorn and Nicole de Boer.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – The Complete Series on DVD will be available on February 7, 2017.

UPDATE:

Amazon has some cover art for the individual seasons of the new DVDs. The are also available for pre-order.

DVD Cover Art Gallery

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  • The Chadwick

    Thats ok by me. I sold all my DS9 and VOY dvd seasons in anticipation of their blu-ray release. Boy did I jump the gun. Just been watching them on Netflix over the years, but I always want physical copies of Star Trek. Looking forward to nice, fresh new boxset. Besides I prefer the tv series in complete boxsets and the movies as individual steel books.

  • JLG

    Well I guess they don’t want to spend the money on restoring DS9 and releasing these out on Blu-Ray like they did with the Next Generation Blu-Rays. Honestly it doesn’t make much sense most fans have the DS9 DVD sets from 2003 already.

  • Raj Bhatt

    Leave it to CBS to release in a format that is nearly obsolete.

    I am so disappointed with CBS. Zero celebration for the 50th anniversary, a quagmire with Discovery and the complete mishandling of the Star Trek franchise.

  • D. H. Wallenstein

    Y’all just made my day! I recently viewed the series all the way thru for the first time, via Amazon. Been looking for a set since they released TOS & TNG this year

  • Harry Kane

    Whilst this is good, Its better to get the new full journey version instead. Far better choice. Waist of time this is thou, We want DS9 and Voyager on blu ray so we can complete our sets and experience DS9 and Voyager the way they were meant to be seen. Its amazing how much detail and quality is lost on playback with DVD’s. Of course at the time, DVD was the new format but now less so. However if you don’t care about the ultimate experience then DVD’s are still bloody good.

  • Harry Kane

    CBS Stop pissing around, Do your jobs, provide us with our “Home Entertainment” Get your cheque book out and start writing some fucking cheques. You should be fired for your waist of the Star Trek Brand. Since the end of Enterprise and for Paramount since the end of Nemesis. Yes thats right u see it, don’t like the hard truth, well tought, deal with it! Deep Space Nine BluRay 2017 Voyager BluRay 2018 All in the Full Journey Packaging!

  • RagnarokNCC

    I’m sure it’s not cheap to restore 7 seasons of TV, but good god man- DVD? Nope, not interested.

  • Zee Zetteke

    Can’t wait . Best series ever .. in my humble opinion..

  • Michelle Joseph

    yeah i have been needing a new set of the ds9 season on dvd the previous ones are way to darn expensive now cant wait