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Watch Star Trek on Paramount Plus: Get a one month free trial (opens in new tab)Get all the Star Trek content you can possibly handle with this free trial of Paramount Plus. Watch new shows like Strange New Worlds, and all the classic movies and TV shows too. Plans start from $4.99/month after the trial ends
So, you could get started watching a current show, especially since the visuals and production quality are top-notch. If you feel strongly about starting with new material, I'd recommend kicking off your watching with Star Trek: Strange New Worlds on the Paramount+ streaming service. I'll talk more about SNW (most Trek series get abbreviations) in a bit. Another choice would be the gorgeous animated series Star Trek: Prodigy. It's intended to bring kids into the Star Trek universe, but it fires on all cylinders for adults just as well.
With Enterprise (the series debuted without the "Star Trek:" prefix), we're starting to move around the "Prime Universe" timeline. So, okay, some definitions are in order. In 2009, J. J. Abrams did a reboot of the original Star Trek crew in a three-movie set. That reboot changed some of the Star Trek canon (its established mythology) and became known as the "Kelvin Universe". All the Star Trek that exists in the unaltered (or mostly unaltered) mythology is called the "Prime Universe." All of the TV shows so far (but not all the movies) are considered Prime Universe.
Back in 1994, there was an episode of TNG called Lower Decks. It focused on lower-ranking crew members and looked at what life onboard a starship was like for the non-hero characters of Starfleet. In 2020, Mike McMahan, previously known for his work on the animated comedy Rick and Morty, took the lower decks concept into an entire animated Star Trek series.
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