This is a
list of fictional humanoid species in television, and is subsidiary to the list of fictional humanoid species. It is a collection of various notable humanoid species that are featured in television programs, either live-action shows or puppetry, but not species of animated programs.
Star Trek A blue-skinned, white-haired species with distinctive antennae, and one of the founding races of the
United Federation of Planets.
Star Trek a
humanoid extraterrestrial species native to the planet Bajor. They were first introduced in the 1991 episode " Ensign Ro" of and subsequently also featured in episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine . The shows' writers initially depicted the Bajorans as an oppressed people who were often forced to live as refugees, whom they likened to a variety of ethnic groups, with Star Trek: Voyager Rick Berman, who helped to originally conceive them, comparing them to "the Kurds, the Palestinians, the Jews in the 1940s, the boat people from Haiti — unfortunately, the homeless and terrorism are problems [of every age]." [1 ]
Star Trek A black-irised race with empathic and telepathic abilities.
Star Trek A xenophobic and imperialistic reptilian species.
Red Dwarf A race that evolved in an abandoned mining freighter from a pregnant housecat smuggled aboard by a crewmember.
Star Trek A species with large, sensitive ears and an extremely materialistic culture.
Star Trek A race bearing distinctive forehead ridges and living by a martial honour-based culture.
Star Trek A short-lived, quickly-aging species with great telepathic potential, living under the care of an advanced being known as the Caretaker after environmental damage to their homeworld caused by the latter.
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Star Trek An offshoot of the Vulcans who rejected their ideals of logic and emotional control, and developed a separate paranoid isolationist civilisation.
Doctor Who A warrior race who reproduce exclusively via cloning.
Star Trek A porcine bearded race known for being stubborn and argumentative, and one of the founding races of the Federation.
Doctor Who An ancient race possessing advanced
time travel technology.
Star Trek A species who, in some cases, live in
symbiosis with an implanted sentient worm-like creature. The long-lived symbionts often take many hosts during their lives, allowing their hosts access to previous hosts' memories.
Star Trek A species with distinctive pointed ears and arched eyebrows. Following a destructive period of near-constant war and strife caused by their violent emotions, the Vulcans embraced a philosophy of total logic and emotional control, and eventually became one of the founding races of the Federation.
References [ edit ]
^ Nemecek, Larry (1995). Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion. Pocket Books. Page 178.