First aired in 1993.
Commander Benjamin Sisko takes command of Deep Space Nine and discovers the existence of the wormhole.
Flashback scenes show some of the terrible battle of Wolf 359.
Originally produced as a two hour-long made-for-television movie, then divided into two hour-long episodes for later airings.
- A Man Alone
Odo is framed for the murder by a man who has killed his own clone.
This was the first regular hour-long episode.
- Past Prologue
A Bajoran terrorist attempts to destroy the wormhole.
A virus infects the population of Deep Space 9, making everyone unable to speak.
- Captive Pursuit
Hunters descend on the station in search of their humanoid quarry.
Archaeolgist Vash arrives from the Gamma Quadrant with a mysterious cargo.
- The Passenger
After thirty years, the son of a murdered Bajoran general claims that Dax's previous host is the murderer.
- Move Along Home
A new species from the Gamma Quadrant forces the crew to play a new and seemingly deadly game.
- The Nagus
A Ferengi godfather dies, and Quark is the apparent heir.
A fugitive bargains with Odo for his safety.
- Battle Lines
Bajoran spiritual leader Kai Opaka is killed, then resurrected on a planet of eternal war.
- The Storyteller
Chief O'Brien suddenly finds himself the spiritual leader of a Bajoran village.
An old farmer on the Bajoran moon Jeraddo refuses to leave, even though his world is about to made uninhabitable by toxic gases.
- If Wishes Were Horses
The arrival of Rumplestiltskin in the O'Briens' quarters signals the beginning of imaginary encounters created by aliens from the Gamma Quadrant, to study human beings.
- The Forsaken
Ambassador Lwaxana Troi visits Deep Space 9 and takes a fancy to Security Chief Odo.
- Dramatis Personae
Unknown intelligences take over the minds of Deep Space 9 personnel, forcing them to act out an alien drama.
Kira arrests a Cardassian war criminal on Deep Space 9, but the Cardassian is not what he seems to be.
- In the Hands of the Prophets
A Bajoran religious fundamentalist opposes the teaching of science on the station, but it is a ploy to eliminate a rival candidate to become the next Kai.