Hulu and Amazon Prime subscribers will be getting a surprise during New Year’s Day for those who love Star Trek. The two streaming platforms revealed that six Star Trek movies would be added to their library on Jan. 1.

According to, Trekkies will be able to relive the iconic moments from the original Star Trek films as well as one from “Star Trek: The Next Generation.” The movies that are being added to the streaming services include:

  • “Star Trek: The Motion Picture”
  • “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan”
  • “Star Trek III: The Search for Spock”
  • “Star Trek V: The Final Frontier”
  • “Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country”
  • “Star Trek: Insurrection”

Now fans both old and new can discover their love of Star Trek with the first six films featuring the original cast. Armando Nuñez, CEO of CBS Global Distribution Group, released a statement on behalf of Amazon after news of them picking up the films from the beloved franchise. “For 50 years, the Star Trek series have been a global sensation, spanning generations and audiences of all ages,” he said.

It’s worth pointing out that Amazon’s streaming rights of “Star Trek: Insurrection” comes at a perfect time as they get ready to release the upcoming follow-up series “Star Trek: Picard” for international viewers. “With the incredible Sir Patrick Stewart returning as the beloved Jean-Luc Picard, we’re excited we can give Trek fans both old and new the opportunity to see him back in action,” VP of worldwide content licensing at Amazon Prime Video’s Brad Beale said. The series will be exclusive to CBS All Access in the U.S.

The only films missing out of the library on Hulu are some of the other “Star Trek: The Next Generation” movies as well as ones from the reboot. However, fans can still watch the original series and “Next Generation” on both platforms anytime.

Leonard Nimoy as Spock in "Star Trek." Courtesy of CBS