Star Trek: Deep Space Nine pioneered new depths in the Star Trek franchise by turning the lens inward and exploring what it was like to live in the Federation rather than simply explore its outer reaches. The critically-acclaimed series has found new life since the advent of streaming, appealing to more modern audiences because of its serialized storytelling, something Star Trek had previously shied away from.
The series also won positive attention for expertly exploring darker themes and wrestling with more moral ambiguity than the more optimistic Next Generation and Original Series. “In the Pale Moonlight”, an episode that sees Sisko break Federation law in an effort to …
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