10 Reason Deep Space 9 Is The Perfect Star Trek Series That We All Wanted!
3. It Has the Most Complex Captain
On all the Trek series, the captains are generally the most dynamics characters. Kirk was a strong globe-trotter. Picard was a clever and detached a diplomat. Janeway was an offensively-in-good-spirits dictator. Archer was an interminably smiling white male model who got progressively aggressive.
Benjamin Sisko, in any case, as played by the proficient Avery Brooks, was the only captain who behaved like a human. He was irate, forceful, frank and fierce. He was willing to arrange, yet permitted his passions to direct his brain. This was what gave him his quality.
4. Cast Is Large and Eclectic
Taking a look at the other Trek series, you have a fixed pattern of casting: Seven fundamental characters, a child, a couple of repeating characters, and a big guest visitor. Deep Space Nine began with this example and later on, extended rapidly to incorporate nine or ten fundamental characters. This included the addition of Worf halfway through the series and a second on-screen character to play the character of Dax close to the end of the series. Deep Space Nine pulled in hundreds and several individuals and we at long last got the chance to see the really popular Star Trek diversity. Furthermore, Garak is one of the best Star Trek characters. Period.