Sky Cinema Star TrekSky Cinema UK have launched a dedicated Star Trek channel to celebrate the release of Star Trek Beyond, which is out this Friday.

From Monday 18 July, we boldly go on a two-week mission to bring you the finest movie hours of the Starship Enterprise and all its crews. Beam them up on demand or on Sky channel 304.

At present there are 11 films to choose from TOS years, TNG years and the new Kelvin timeline.

Star Trek The Motion Picture

A decade after the end of their TV mission, ‘Admiral’ Kirk reassembles his trusty original crew for an epic movie reunion.

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

An old enemy returns with a vengeance in a five-star sci-fi extravaganza that always strikes a chord with both Trekkers and less boldly-goers alike.

Star Trek III: The Search for Spock

Following Spock’s sacrifice “for the good of the many”, Kirk and his ever-loyal crew go on an unauthorised mission to bring him home. Stellar teamwork.

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

The crew of the Enterprise touch down in ’80s San Francisco to save the world – and the whales – in their most fun-filled mission to date. Sci-fi with a smile.

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier

William Shatner leads the crew on both sides of the camera on a revelatory quest that could prove the existence of God.

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

A conspiracy to destroy peace in the galaxy presents the original Enterprise crew with a very tricky last mission. Succeed or not, it’s a fitting farewell.

Star Trek: Generations

The first movie outing for ‘The Next Generation’ sees Patrick Stewart’s Captain Picard join forces with his predecessor to defeat a deranged scientist.

Star Trek: First Contact

Picard and the new crew go on an exhilarating ride through time and space to defeat the Federation’s deadliest enemy: the merciless Borg.

Star Trek: Insurrection

The crew of the Enterprise show their rebellious streak as Picard defies orders to defend a special planet from galactic marauders. A worthy cause.

Star Trek: Nemesis

Picard faces a double crisis as intergalactic peace talks are sabotaged by his own evil clone (played by a young Tom Hardy). Luckily, his crew are right behind him.

Star Trek

Sci-fi king JJ Abrams reboots the Enterprise with a cool origins story that reintroduces the original characters with a fresh cast and a dazzling visual upgrade.