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:''For information dealing with this year in the [[timeline]] of the fictional ''[[Star Trek]]'' universe, see [[1990]].''
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==1990==
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== Events ==
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=== January ===
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* [[1 January]] – {{TNG|The Defector}} airs.
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* [[5 January]] – [[Bart LaRue]] dies.
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* [[7 January]] –
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** [[Davide Mastrolonardo]] is born.
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** [[Frank McKane]] dies.
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* [[8 January]] – {{TNG|The Hunted}} airs.
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* [[19 January]] – The music recording session for {{TNG|Deja Q}} was held between 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. at the [[20th Century Fox Scoring Stage]].
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* [[26 January]] – [[Daniel Asa Henson]] is born.
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* [[29 January]] – {{TNG|The High Ground}} airs and [[Jessica D. Stone]] is born.
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* [[Pocket TNG]] #10: ''[[A Rock and a Hard Place]]'' by [[Peter David]] is published by [[Pocket Books]].
   
==Other events==
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=== February ===
OTHER EVENTS.
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* [[1 February]] –
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** [[Keaton Kramer]] is born.
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** [[Pocket TOS]] #48: ''[[Rules of Engagement]]'' by [[Peter Morwood]] is published by [[Pocket Books]].
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* [[5 February]] – {{TNG|Deja Q}} airs.
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* [[12 February]] –
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** {{TNG|A Matter of Perspective}} airs.
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** [[Katherine Barrell]] is born.
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* [[13 February]] – [[Ken Lynch]] dies.
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* [[19 February]] – {{TNG|Yesterday's Enterprise}} airs. [[Denise Crosby]] makes her first guest appearance on [[TNG]] since her departure in {{y|1988}}.
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* [[28 February]] – [[Avaah Blackwell]] is born.
   
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=== March ===
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* [[12 March]] – {{TNG|The Offspring}} airs.
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* [[19 March]] – {{TNG|Sins of the Father}} airs.
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* [[26 March]] – {{TNG|Allegiance}} airs.
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* [[Pocket TNG]] ''{{dis|Metamorphosis|novel}}'' by [[Jean Lorrah]] is published by [[Pocket Books]].
   
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=== April ===
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* [[2 April]] –
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** {{TNG|Captain's Holiday}} airs.
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** [[Star Trek VHS releases in the UK|UK VHS releases]]: [[TOS Season 2 UK VHS|TOS volumes 22, 23 and 24]], [[TNG Season 1 UK VHS|TNG volume 1]].
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* [[23 April]] &ndash; {{TNG|Tin Man}} airs.
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* [[30 April]] &ndash; {{TNG|Hollow Pursuits}} airs, the first to feature [[Dwight Schultz]] as [[TNG]] and later [[VOY]] recurring character [[Reginald Barclay]].
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* [[Pocket TOS]] #49: ''[[The Pandora Principle]]'' by [[Carolyn Clowes]] is published by [[Pocket Books]].
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=== May ===
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* [[2 May]] &ndash; [[David Rappaport]] dies.
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* [[7 May]] &ndash;
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** {{TNG|The Most Toys}} airs.
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** UK VHS releases: TOS volume 25, TNG volume 2.
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* [[10 May]] &ndash; [[Susan Oliver]] dies.
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* [[14 May]] &ndash; {{TNG|Sarek}} airs. [[Mark Lenard]] guests as [[Ambassador]] [[Sarek]], the first major crossover appearance of an [[Star Trek: The Original Series|original series]] character.
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* [[18 May]] &ndash; [[Jill Ireland]] dies.
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* [[21 May]] &ndash; [[Franklyn Seales]] dies.
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* [[25 May]] &ndash; [[Vic Tayback]] dies.
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* [[28 May]] &ndash; {{TNG|Ménage à Troi}} airs.
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* [[Pocket TNG]] #11: ''[[Gulliver's Fugitives]]'' by [[Keith Sharee]] is published by [[Pocket Books]].
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=== June ===
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* [[4 June]] &ndash;
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** {{TNG|Transfigurations}} airs.
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** UK VHS release: TOS volume 26.
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* [[18 June]] &ndash; {{TNG|The Best of Both Worlds}} airs and is the first cliffhanger of the series. [[Jean-Luc Picard]] is [[assimilate]]d by the [[Borg]] and becomes [[Locutus of Borg]], fueling rumors that [[Patrick Stewart]] may be leaving the series.
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* [[19 June]] &ndash; [[Joseph Mullendore]] dies.
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* [[Pocket TOS]] #50: ''[[Doctor's Orders]]'' by [[Diane Duane]] is published by [[Pocket Books]].
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=== July ===
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* [[2 July]] &ndash; UK VHS releases: TOS volume 27, {{e|The Cage}} All Colour Collectors Edition, TNG volume 3.
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* [[19 July]] &ndash; [[27 July]]: Seven days shooting the episode {{e|Suddenly Human}}.
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* Production begins on [[TNG Season 4]].
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* [[Pocket TNG]] #12: ''[[Doomsday World]]'' by [[Carmen Carter]], [[Peter David]], [[Michael Jan Friedman]], and [[Robert Greenberger]] is published by [[Pocket Books]].
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=== August ===
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* [[6 August]] &ndash; UK VHS releases: TOS volume 28, TNG volume 4.
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* [[21 August]] &ndash; [[Wes Dawn]] dies.
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=== September ===
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* [[3 September]] &ndash; UK VHS releases: TOS volumes 29, 30 and 31 (ending season 2 and beginning [[TOS Season 3 UK VHS|season 3 releases]]), TNG volume 5.
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* [[13 September]] &ndash; [[Steven Craig]] dies.
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* [[24 September]] &ndash; {{s|TNG}} enters its fourth season, resolving the [[Borg]] story with {{e|The Best of Both Worlds, Part II}}. Picard is rescued and Stewart remains a member of the TNG cast.
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* [[26 September]] &ndash; ''Star Trek: The Next Generation'' premieres in the UK on the [[BBC]].
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* [[Pocket TOS]] ''{{dis|Prime Directive|novel}}'' by [[Garfield Reeves-Stevens|Garfield]] and [[Judith Reeves-Stevens]] is published by [[Pocket Books]].
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* [[Pocket TNG]] #13: ''[[The Eyes of the Beholders]]'' by [[A.C. Crispin]] is published by [[Pocket Books]].
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=== October ===
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* [[1 October]] &ndash;
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** {{TNG|Family}} airs.
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** UK VHS releases: TOS volumes 32 and 33, TNG volume 6.
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* [[8 October]] &ndash; {{TNG|Brothers}} airs.
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* [[15 October]] &ndash; {{TNG|Suddenly Human}} airs.
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* [[22 October]] &ndash; {{TNG|Remember Me}} airs.
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* [[29 October]] &ndash; {{TNG|Legacy}} airs.
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* [[30 October]] &ndash; [[Tom Steele]] dies.
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* [[Pocket TOS]] #51: ''[[Enemy Unseen]]'' by [[V.E. Mitchell]] is published by [[Pocket Books]].
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=== November ===
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* [[1 November]] &ndash; [[Jake Foy]] is born.
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* [[5 November]] &ndash;
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** {{TNG|Reunion}} airs.
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** UK VHS release: TNG volume 7.
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* [[12 November]] &ndash; {{TNG|Future Imperfect}} airs.
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* [[14 November]] &ndash; [[Sol Kaplan]] dies.
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* [[19 November]] &ndash; [[Wil Wheaton]]'s final episode as a regular [[TNG]] cast member, {{e|Final Mission}}, airs.
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* [[22 November]] &ndash; [[30 November]] &ndash; Seven days of filming on {{TNG|Clues}}.
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* [[30 November]] &ndash; First day of filming on {{TNG|First Contact}}.
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* [[Pocket TNG]] #14: ''{{dis|Exiles|TNG novel}}'' by [[Howard Weinstein]] is published by [[Pocket Books]].
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=== December ===
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* [[3 December]] &ndash; [[11 December]] &ndash; Seven days of filming on {{TNG|First Contact}}.
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* [[7 December]] &ndash; Second unit and insert shots for the episodes {{TNG|Data's Day}}, {{TNG|The Wounded}}, and {{TNG|Devil's Due}} were filmed on [[Paramount Stage 8]] and [[Paramount Stage 9|9]].
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* [[13 December]] &ndash; [[21 December]] &ndash; Seven days of filming on {{TNG|Galaxy's Child}}. The production then went on holiday.
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* [[17 December]] &ndash; [[Ashley Edner]] is born.
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* [[31 December]] &ndash; {{TNG|The Loss}} airs.
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* [[Pocket TOS]] #52: ''[[Home Is the Hunter]]'' by [[Dana Kramer-Rolls]] is published by [[Pocket Books]].
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===Unknown===
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* [[Jake Sakson]] is born.
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Latest revision as of 18:25, September 27, 2019

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