10 most disliked Star Trek characters, ranked

In a universe filled with interesting and lovable characters, there's a list of Star Trek individuals that don't quite make the fan-favorites list.

Nov. 2, 2015 – CBS Television Studios announced today it will launch a totally new “Star Trek” television series in January 2017. The brand-new “Star Trek” will introduce new characters seeking imaginative new worlds and new civilizations, while exploring the dramatic contemporary themes that have been a signature of the franchise since its inception in 1966. The new series will blast off with a special preview broadcast on the CBS Television Network. The premiere episode and all subsequent
Nov. 2, 2015 – CBS Television Studios announced today it will launch a totally new “Star Trek” television series in January 2017. The brand-new “Star Trek” will introduce new characters seeking imaginative new worlds and new civilizations, while exploring the dramatic contemporary themes that have been a signature of the franchise since its inception in 1966. The new series will blast off with a special preview broadcast on the CBS Television Network. The premiere episode and all subsequent /
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6. Ezri Dax (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)

Where do I begin? Imagine you're cozily settled into the vast universe of Deep Space Nine, having bonded with the characters over seasons. Then, out of the interstellar blue, comes Ezri Dax.

She's like the new kid who shows up mid-school year and tries too hard to fit in. Ezri stumbles into the scene as the fresh host of the Dax symbiont, following the departure of the beloved Jadzia Dax. It's like expecting your favorite chocolate chip cookie and biting into a raisin one instead. Not necessarily bad, just... not what you signed up for.

What really grinds the gears of fans is how Ezri seems to be constantly lost in her own shoes. She's like a deer in starship headlights, trying to figure out who she is with the memories of her previous hosts swirling around like a cosmic soup. The show's creators wanted to add spice to the show with her character, but it was more like they threw in the whole spice rack without checking the labels and expiration dates.

Ezri's constant soul-searching and identity crises made viewers miss the more confident, self-assured Jadzia even more. It's like tuning in for a space opera and ending up with a never-ending therapy session. Entertaining? Maybe. But when you're cruising through the galaxy, a little certainty goes a long way.