Trekkies, rejoice! The American streaming service has added the two-hour-long documentary What We Left Behind: Looking Back on Star Trek Deep Space Nine in its database.
How to survive the quarantine? Take long walks in nature, eat well, keep sharp daily routine – and binge-watch a quality TV show.
Whether you’re a fan of Star Trek or not, Deep Space Nine, the third installment of the sci-fi franchise, is worthy of your time. The show recounts the stories of a space station that is being resettled after a lengthy conflict between two alien races.
Most episodes deal with political, religious or philosophical questions, and the show from 1993 even “goes boldly where no one has gone before” by delving into the theme of sexual identities.
The documentary What We Left Behind: Looking Back on Star Trek Deep Space Nine, which has just landed on Tubi for free, recaps the iconic moments of the series and analyzes its legacy, 25 years after the first episode of “DS9” aired. The feature is also an opportunity to get the gist of the Star Trek universe for those who wish to start exploring it.
What We Left Behind: Looking Back on Star Trek Deep Space Nine
A documentary movie directed by Ira Steven Behr and David Zappone
For more brainy streaming, don’t forget to check out free short movies from BFI Flare London 2020.