Earlier this month we reported that the much-anticipated theatrical event to celebrate the second season of Star Trek The Next Generation was scheduled to open on Thursday, November 29 for one night only. We also confirmed that one of the episodes to be featured was likely to be the fan-favorite introduction to the Borg, “Q Who“.

We’ve now received further clarification of the full line up alongside poster-artwork for the event. The Celebration of Season 2 will feature two episodes – “Q Who” and the world premiere of the extended cut of “The Measure of a Man“, both showing on Thursday, November 29 in selected cinemas. Whilst CBS/Fathom haven’t issued an official press release yet, we’ve independently confirmed these details with several cinemas in the US and have an exclusive look at the poster artwork for the event!

Here is the official write-up for the event from Cinemark:

NCM Fathom Events and CBS Home Entertainment are coming together again to celebrate Season 2 of the iconic series Star Trek: The Next Generation in a special one night big screen event. This not to be missed movie theatre event will feature two of the most popular Next Generation episodes, Q Who? and The Measure of a Man which will include, for the very first time, about 13 minutes of never before additional content. This special event will also include exclusive looks at the extensive restoration taken to make Season 2 look better than ever before, never-before-seen interviews with the original cast members, a behind-the-scenes look at the artists who created the original FX elements and photography and a reunion with the original cast members, captured in December 2011, as they celebrate 25 years of this unforgettable series.

We expect Fathom and CBS to issue a full press release soon about the event! In the meantime, lock in your pre-order for the Season 2 remastered Blu-Ray set below!

Order Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 1 Blu-Ray today!

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  • Great episodes, too bad there will be no such event here in Amsterdam 🙁

  • Chris

    Come on CBS,Paramount,whoever, show the UK a little love please!

    • DangerousDac

      This. Please please please let this happen – contact Prince Charles Cinema in London, they love their special events. Or Vue if your gonna go nationwide. Please just screen this in the UK!

  • scarecroe

    I can’t wait!

  • Chris Jay

    Come on Press Release! 😀

  • Visitor1982

    Nice to see Pulaski again!

  • Data

    WHAT ABOUT GERMANY????? In Germany TNG is the most successful star trek series of all series!! Please think of us as well!!!!!!

  • Uberbot the Great

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    • Guest

      Can we not spread the update complaints about that other site over here, please? The only complaints in this article should be about your country not getting a showing 😀

    • Uberbot The Great

      I come here and pay this site a compliment and get attacked for it? SCREW YOU ALL!!!

  • Ashley Williams

    Odd last time Huntsville, AL was covered, but not this time. I wonder why we got the short straw this time. The theater seemed reasonably loaded.

    • Ashley Williams

      I guess I spoke too soon. Its on the list now.

  • Mike C.

    Missed the last one – will try again. Great picks for the episodes.

    Also, are they going to drop the price. Sincerely, not paying $114.

    • hypnotoad72

      Season 1’s price was really high, but dropped significantly around 3 weeks before the official release ($79)… then it dropped by another $20 after that, before going back to the $79…

      I think $80 is the sweet spot for most folks…

      In defense, a LOT of work is going into the remastering (but only as much as necessary; I’d read somewhere the films are not being re-scanned at 4k… and the work that would have to go along with that, which would include better grain reduction… at 4k, I’d pay $114, but with the current methods, $100 would be tops…)

  • Captain Neill

    I take it people are trading in their DVDs as they get each season. I cant wait for season 2

  • Quinn
  • Tony Todd’s Tears

    I think that it’s funny they used the 4 foot model of the Enterprise on the poster, as it wasn’t event built and used until the middle of the 3rd season.

  • outmywindow

    Just got my ticket for the San Francisco showing. So excited!

    Thanks for keeping us so well informed, TrekCore. This place is the greatest.