The war against the Dominion reaches its final confrontation when Sisko leads the Federation Alliance in an attempt to invade the homeworld.
With the Cardassian Resistance crushed, the Federation war against the Dominion reaches the prelude to one final showdown.
Bashir and O'Brien link minds with the man who holds the cure to Odo's deadly disease.
Kira masterminds a plot to obtain an enemy weapon, while Worf investigates a dramatic power shift within the Klingon Empire.
While Kira consults with Damar's rebel forces, Bashir makes a shocking discovery about the disease ravaging the Founders.
The war reaches a crucial turning point when the Cardassian leader breaks from the Dominion- Breen alliance.
While Worf and Ezri face execution, an alliance between enemies threatens to turn the tide of the war against the Federation.
As Sisko agonizes over his broken engagement, Dukat's latest evil plan is revealed.
While Ezri searches for a missing Worf, Sisko makes plans to marry Kasidy Yates.
Bashir becomes an unwitting pawn in a deadly game between Romulan intelligence forces and a covert Starfleet organization.
A glitch in Vic Fontaine's holosuite program leads the crew to attempt a daring heist of a mob run casino.
A nomadic Changeling asks Odo to leave the space station and join his search for their shapeshifting brethren.
Ezri summons the suppressed homicidal memories of a previous Dax incarnation in order to solve a series of murders.
Quark and Rom risk their lives by crossing into an evil alternate universe to rescue the captive leader of Quark's homeworld.
When Ezri returns home to investigate O'Brien's disappearance, she uncovers disturbing family secrets.
Traumatized by the loss of his leg, Nog retreats to the holographic world of 1960's lounge singer Vic Fontaine.
Much upheaval takes place in the sixth season of this popular sci-fi spinoff. The Dominion War rages on, and the crew, led by commander Benjamin Sisko (Avery Brooks) must find a way to soldier on in the face of turmoil.
Located at the mouth of the outer space "wormhole" that allows travel from Alpha Quadrant to the Gamma Quandrant -- where the cruel and vindictive Dominion reigns supreme -- DS9 is well-positioned for adventures of all kinds.
At Deep Space Nine, a space station located next to a wormhole, Cmdr. Sisko (Avery Brooks) and crew members Odo (Rene Auberjonois), O'Brien (Colm Meaney) and Dax (Terry Farrell) welcome alien visitors, root out evildoers and solve all types of unexpected problems that come their way.
The mixed Deep Space Nine crew of Federation and Bajoran officers winds up the seventh and final season of the show with suspenseful episodes that try to pull together all the plot threads (or at least the biggest ones).
The fifth season of "Deep Space Nine" marks a turning point for the show. The Klingon faction instigated by Worf's arrival is occasionally played for laughs, but mostly, their hardheaded personalities foil all diplomatic efforts.
Season 4 of the hit sci-fi series proves pivotal as the Dominion gains the ascendancy and an all-out battle begins between Klingons and embattled space station defenders. Worf (Michael Dorn) is back as part of an insidious strategy by the Klingons.
Commander Benjamin Sisko (Avery Brooks) heads the crew of Deep Space Nine -- including Odo (Rene Auberjonois), Worf (Michael Dom), Dax (Terry Farrell) and others -- as it travels through space, trying to keep both the ship and the areas it travels safe, secure and free
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