Hulu Makes Every Star Trek Episode Ever Made Free Until April [Updates]

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Star Trek fans, you’re looking at the best week of your lives. To celebrate William Shatner’s birthday on March 22nd, Hulu has made every episode of every Star Trek series available for free. Yes, you heard right, every episode of The Original Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager and Enterprise is now free on Hulu, until the end of March.

According to a tally made by TheNextWeb, this makes a total of 693 episodes of Star Trek from 30 different seasons, which means you’d have to watch over 69 episodes per day to make it before April 1st. That’s quite a task, but if you don’t feel up to it, you can settle for watching your favorite episodes in a week-long Star Trek binge, or focus on only one of the series and try to finish it all.

It doesn’t end there, though. On Hulu’s Tumblr, from now until March 31st, you can get the opportunity to vote for your favorite Star Trek character of all times. The vote doesn’t include every character, so you’ll have to choose from the sixteen options Hulu has set for you. If your favorite character is missing, feel free to let Hulu know how wrong they are.

Ready to start? Catch every Star Trek episode for free on Hulu. Keep in mind that Hulu is currently available only in the United States and Japan.

How many episodes do you plan to watch?

Source: Hulu Blog via TheNextWeb

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