Netflix looked at data from over 100 million subscribers, in 190 different countries, to see which episodes of “Star Trek” were the most popular.
The streaming site has all six iterations of the “Star Trek” series, but only two contained the most-watched episodes in the franchise: “Voyager” and “The Next Generation.”
(Netflix choose to discount the first two episodes in the series as those always tend to be the most popular.)
In honour of “Star Trek: The Next Generation’s” 30th anniversary (September 28), and the release of “Star Trek: Discovery,” the franchise’s newest series (September 24), here are the episodes people on Netflix love to watch the most.
Here are the top 10:
The crew learns that they were unconscious for longer than they were led to believe after passing through a wormhole.
The crew finds a planet that has endured a cataclysmic event.
Q tries to prove that Captain Picard needs him by propelling the Enterprise 7,000 light years away -- where they encounter a Borg.
Seven of Nine appears to return to the Borg of her own free will, after living freely with the Voyager crew for two years.
Borg drone Seven of Nine tries to resist her human regeneration after being taken from her collective by the Voyager crew.
In the season four premiere of 'Voyager,' the crew continues to combat the Borg space intruder. Janeway requests free passage through their territory in exchange for her wealth of knowledge.
The crew encounters a problem that neither they nor the Borg can combat, while travelling through Borg Space, in the season three finale of 'Voyager.'
In 'The Next Generation's' season four premiere, interim Captain, Commander Riker, is forced to attack a Borg ship, even though Captain Picard is on board.
The crew faces a deadly foe when responding to a call for help from one of the Federation's outermost colonies, in the season three finale of 'The Next Generation.'
The series finale of 'Voyager' is the most watched and rewatched episode in the entire franchise according to Netflix.
Admiral Janeway breaks all of the rules and travels back in time, 10 years after the crew's 23 year journey through space, in an attempt to change her past and future.
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