Star Trek, Present at the Creation Star Trek boldly went from a "space western" that lasted just three television seasons in its original form to the most successful science-fiction franchise of all time. On Morning Edition, NPR's Margot Adler tells the story of Gene Roddenberry's visionary series, as part of Present at the Creation.
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Star Trek boldly went from a "space western" that lasted just three television seasons in its original form to the most successful science-fiction franchise of all time. On Morning Edition, NPR's Margot Adler tells the story of Gene Roddenberry's visionary series, as part of Present at the Creation.

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