The Star Trek franchise has gone through quite a few iterations, providing fans with a wealth of different content that will boldly go where no one has gone before.
However, it hasn't always been easy for fans to locate the various Trek series and films online. While many seasons of the multiple television series have had a consistent home on Hulu and Amazon Prime for years, the same can't be said for the various films.
But beginning next month, that's about to change.
TrekMovie.com is reporting that Amazon Prime will be adding nine Star Trek films to their catalog in the beginning of July. For the uninitiated, this will include nine out of the ten pre-Kelvin (before JJ Abrams' reboot) films, which are listed below:
- Star Trek: The Motion Picture
- Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
- Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
- Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
- Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
- Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
- Star Trek Vll: Generations
- Star Trek VIII: First Contact
- Star Trek IX: Insurrection
With Amazon Prime already boasting most of the seasons of the Star Trek series, it's safe to say that the streaming service is becoming a hub for much of the classic Trek content. For those looking for one of the franchise's newer outputs, 2016's Star Trek: Beyond is also available on Amazon Prime.
The streaming service also offers three documentaries related to the world of Trek, all of which are led by William Shatner himself - The Captains, The Captains Close Up, and Get A Life.
The lone film missing from Trek's pre-Kelvin releases is 2002's Star Trek: Nemesis, which can currently be found on CBS All Access. In the fall, the streaming platform will also be home to the newest Star Trek series, Star Trek: Discovery.
But for those wanting to dive into the world of Trek in anticipation of Discovery, or just revisit their favorite films from the franchise, Amazon Prime appears to be the place to go.