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TV Zone was a British cult television magazine that was published between 1989 and 2008. The issues frequently had interviews with Star Trek actors and writers. The magazine also published specials, the first three of which were all dedicated to Star Trek. Later specials relevant to the franchise were also published, such as #34, which marked the end of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine in 1999.

Notable issues

Regular issues

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#60, 1995 William Campbell discusses "The Squire of Gothos", "The Trouble with Tribbles" and "Blood Oath".
  • "The Honorable William Campbell"", Joe Nazzaro, pp. 15-17

Special issues

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#34, 1999 Includes interviews marking the end of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine:
  • "Keeping Up Appearances" - Michael Westmore on his work on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, as well as Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Voyager. Steven Eramo, pp. 8-14.
  • "Behr Necessities" - Ira Steven Behr talks about Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and his brief time writing for Star Trek: The Next Generation. Steven Eramo, pp. 16-21
  • "A Profitable Venture" - Armin Shimerman on Quark. Steven Eramo, pp. 22-27
  • "Getting the Girl" - Interview with Max Grodenchik. Steven Eramo, pp. 28-32
  • "I, Spy" - Interview with Andrew Robinson. Steven Eramo, pp. 34-38
  • "Damar's Attacks!" - Interview with Casey Biggs. Steven Eramo, pp. 40-43
  • "I am Klingon!" - Interview with Michael Dorn. Steven Eramo, pp. 46-51
  • "Hail to the Chief" - Interview with Robert O'Reilly. Steven Eramo, pp. 52-55
  • "Class Act" - Interview with James Darren. Steven Eramo, pp. 58-63
  • "DSN Moments - Favorite and Defining" - Eight of the main cast members pick their favorite and most memorable episodes.
  • DS9 Season 7 episode guide, pp. 70-75
  • "The Arcs of Deep Space Nine" - Eight main arcs of the series, pp. 76-79
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#41 2002 Includes interviews marking the end of Star Trek: Voyager:
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#44 2002 Science fictions greatest villains: