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Today In STAR TREK History: September 10th

A gift? For me?
Welcome to our round-up of the Star Trek episodes which received their premiere broadcast on this day throughout the show's long history, along with anything else of note that may have taken place. All viewing figures quoted are for U.S. premiere broadcast (unless noted).

September 10th
Premiering on September 10th 1997, The Gift was the second episode of Star Trek: Voyager's fourth season and continued the introduction of seven of nine into the series, and integration into the crew of Voyager itself. The Gift also marked the last regular appearance of Kes (until a guest appearance in the episode Fury in the sixth season) with Jennifer Lien leaving the series. 8.19 million viewers were tuned in making this episode the highest watched of the fourth season, the best rating the show had received since episode five of season one, Phage, and a viewing figure that wouldn't be bettered until the series final, Endgame, on May 23rd 2001.
Now, how about getting season three of Star Trek: Enterprise underway, shall we? Alright then. Gather round, along with 4.1 million friends and enjoy The Xindi. In this episode, the crew of the Enterprise attempt to track down the location of the Xindi homeworld by asking a lone Xindi enslaved in a mining colony. After being tricked by the mining foreman, Captain Jonathan Archer and Commander Charles "Trip" Tucker III escape with the Xindi, with assistance from Lieutenant Malcolm Reed and the ship's new Military Assault Command Operations (MACO) team.

But wait! We're not quite done yet...
September 10th 2020 brought us a new Star Trek: Lower Decks episode in the form of Terminal Provocations, which saw Rutherford introduce Tendi to a holodeck training program he created.

Join us again next time for another round-up of the episodes broadcast, the movie's released, the special events, the birthday's celebrated and anything else of note that went down on this day in Star Trek history.

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