Rejoice, queer Trekkies, this July you can see two of the most popular Star Trek: The Next Generation episodes, (ep. 106 Where No One Has Gone Before and ep. 114 Datalore) on the big screen, having undergone a $10 million restoration with enhanced special effects.

This special alternate content event will include a look at the massive restoration of season one, never-before-seen interviews with the original cast members and behind-the-scenes looks at the artists who created the original FX elements and photography during the making of the show.

Next Generation was created by Gene Roddenberry over 20 years after the original Star Trek series and became the longest running series of the Star Trek franchise, consisting of 178 episodes over seven seasons.

The 25th anniversary event is the first opportunity to see the digital presentation in cinemas and will screen nationally on Tuesday, July 17.

Check your local cinema listings for details.

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