- For the episode guide, see Beyond the Final Frontier.
(written from a Production point of view)
Star Trek: Beyond the Final Frontier was a documentary about Star Trek fandom presented by The History Channel on 19 February 2007. It was hosted by Leonard Nimoy and focused mainly on Christie's 40 Years of Star Trek: The Collection auction.
The documentary was later that year included as a special feature on the November TOS-R Season 1 HD DVD home media release, but has not been ported over to its 2009 Blu-ray Disc successor, nor has it been included in any of the later DVD releases.
Trek production staff and performers
- Rick Berman
- Robert Blackman
- Brannon Braga
- Avery Brooks
- Robert Justman
- Kate Mulgrew
- Michael and Denise Okuda
- Dave Rossi
- Armin Shimerman
- Marina Sirtis
- Patrick Stewart
- Connor Trinneer
- Garrett Wang
- Michael Westmore, who gave a short lesson on the make-up process for Data
- John Wentworth, VP Communications
- Stephen Arnold, Photographer
- Helen Bailey, Head of Entertainment Memorabilia; auctioneer
- Alec Bennie, Art Handler
- Kate Brambilla, Auction Administrator
- Catherine Elkies, Director of Iconic Collections; auctioneer
- Andy Foster, Chief Operating Officer
- Lisa King, International Managing Director
- Ginette Lospinoso, Business Manager, Iconic Collections
- Ian Wilkie, Art Handler
- A group from London, England, who won many uniforms from Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Joachim's vest (Lot #821) from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, a Star Trek: First Contact style EV suit, and the USS Reliant model (Lot #985). All their winnings were remanded in the custody of ScienceFictionArchives.com, an European organization that is dedicated to preserve science fiction production assets for public display purposes, such as in museums. 
- Someone from Gothenburg, Sweden, who won several federation phaser rifles, Captain Picard's uniform jacket, Star Trek: Enterprise-style uniforms, and a whole truckload of other stuff.
- A couple from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, who won the Karemma ship model (Lot #487).
- A woman from New York, New York, who won Captain Picard's fencing outfit. (Lot #677)
- A guy from China Grove, North Carolina, who won several Star Trek: The Motion Picture uniforms, a First Contact style uniform, and Captain Picard's late series uniform undershirt. He also won Enterprise NX-01 transporter console (possibly #151 or #152).
- A man from Leicester, England, who won a tricorder, Data's hand and sleeve (Lot #551), the USS Voyager model (Lot #357), the Romulan warbird model (Lot #702), and the USS Enterprise-C model (Lot #694). He has later identified himself as Adrian Hancock on , where he showcased his winnings.
- Giles Aston, from London, who won Robin Hood's costume (Lot #585) and the Reman costume worn by Ron Perlman in Star Trek Nemesis (Lot #102).
- Eugene Roddenberry Jr., the son of Gene Roddenberry.
- Visitors to the pre-sale exhibit at Christie's in New York.
- Several attendees of Creation's 40th Anniversary Official Star Trek convention in Las Vegas.
- Dave Rossi can be seen using Memory Alpha while researching a prop.
- During his interview, Patrick Stewart mentions that Rick Berman had once arranged to present him with a uniform he wore as Jean-Luc Picard. This occurred on the 16 December 2002 episode of The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn.