The 2010s are over in two weeks. What was your favorite decade of Star Trek? It doesn't have to be just the content that was put out but the overall experience. Believe it or not, I have to say I'm going to go with the '90s. "What? You're not going with the 2010s?" Nope. While my interest in Star Trek didn't ever go away, it was dormant for most of the decade and I barely even posted here up until the last two years. I think DSC is the best Star Trek since DS9 ended, but two years doesn't make a decade. And I am looking forward to Picard and potentially all the other upcoming series, but that's going to be the 2020s. "What about the '80s?" I didn't become a fan until 1991 but I imagine it must've been exciting to look forward to a new TOS Movie every two or three years. But when I watch them, I like to be able to watch them one after another. It probably would've been torture waiting for them as they were released. "What about the '60s or '70s?" Sorry but, for reasons that have nothing to do with Star Trek, it would feel too weird to go with a time I wasn't even around for. And you can still watch TOS today. With the '90s, you had new episodes throughout the year, with two series on at the same time for most of it, and a new movie every two years. And even if you didn't like the new stuff, you could watch the older material whenever you wanted. I liked the episodes more often than not. And on the movie end, TUC and First Contact make up for Generations and Insurrection.