As you may know, I’m a big fan of Star Trek, and I’m currently attempting to go through all of the series and movies. I’m also thinking about getting back into playing Star Trek Online, which I played once about 5 years ago for one night. But I’m not talking about the game, I’m talking about the TV series.
There’s always a debate about what the best series is. Well, in an attempt to be controversial (or not), here is my ranking:
- Star Trek: The Next Generation – This has always been my favourite.
- Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – Great storytelling.
- Star Trek: The Original Series – Just a lot of fun, even though the acting isn’t always the best.
- Star Trek: Enterprise – So much promise for a great series, but it had a few problems. I still enjoyed it a lot.
- Star Trek: Voyager – Good idea, but I felt it had the weakest episodes. I still enjoyed it, though.
I’m really wondering where Star Trek: Discovery will fit in.
So, what do you think? How would you rank the series?
It’s the end of the year, and this is the final blog post of 2016. It’s been a terrible year in terms of reading, writing, and celebrity deaths. I wonder what 2017 will hold. In the last week, I only posted 5 videos on my main channel. Christmas and a busy work schedule resulted in fewer videos. But I think you’ll enjoy what I have.
First up is my Christmas video! I talked about why I love Booktube. Check it out.
For the next two posts, I talked about my favourite novel series. First up is my top 5 fantasy series.
And then my top 5 sci-fi series.
Moving on to regular videos, I finished the year off with the next two. First is the weekly Retro Book Review. This was for Terrene: The Hidden Valley, by Eric Liu.
And finally, a little love to end off the year in my weekly Authors Answer.
On my vlog channel, I’ll be making an announcement in the next week about how it’ll be changing to a science channel. Subscribe for some science!
That’s all for this week and this year! Next week will be another busy work week, but after that, I’ll have plenty of free time for a week. And that’s the week I plan to reveal the new science channel. Stay tuned!