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WatchTrek.com: Every series, every episode

23 November 2010 7,599 views 4 Comments

The image quality is poor, but there are no commercials. Additionally, the shows — every single episode from the Original, Next Generation, Voyager, Deep Space Nine and Enterprise series — are delivered via Adobe’s craptastic middleware, Flash. And, at the very least, the shadow of the long arm of the law hangs over this obviously illegal operation.

From the “not long for this world” department comes news of WatchTrek.com — CBS shut this domain down — AllStepisodes.com, which you’d think is hosted in some rogue state on the edge of civilization, like North Korea or Myanmar. Wherever the servers are the new domain’s at least nominally registered to a Frenchman an American — go figure.

Yes, the world would be a better place if you sated your need for Star Trek TV shows using iTunes and/or Amazon. Nevertheless, Trekkies gotta watch, content owners gotta sue — enjoy while you can.

What’s your take?

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  • bub said:

    Meh. CBS pulled it even though I am pretty sure they are not syndicating every episode ever. Now it is redirected to a site with lots of scary pop ups.

  • the rocr (author) said:

    They’ve just moved to a new domain

    “Hello Watchtrek fans! The site has moved to a new domain, allstepisodes.com. Please use this domain from now on.”

    Pop up blockers are free and effective…

  • happytrekker said:

    I must admit that I totally rinsed out this website, watching almost every episode on there. Ok, some links didn’t work, Flash crashes on my PC and my Mac almost every day and the quality of the uploads varied from passable to Atari 2600 10 by 10 pixeltastic but Star Trek is Star Trek, and when its free to view who’s gonna complain?

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