An extract on #badboys
Samurai Sentai Shinkenger as Tani Chiaki/Shinken Green (20092010)
Kamen Rider Decade as Chiaki Tani/Shinken Green (2009, ep-24-25)
Dosokai as Kta (2010)
Heaven's Rock as Ryuichi (2010)
Kodai Shjotai Dogoon V as Shta Tsukimiya (2010)
Crystal as Katsumi Oshima (2011)
Samurai Sentai Shinkenger The Movie: The Fateful War - Chiaki Tani/Shinken Green (2009)
Samurai Sentai Shinkenger vs. Go-onger: GinmakuBang!! - Chiaki Tani/Shinken Green (2010)
Come Back! Samurai Sentai Shinkenger - Chiaki Tani/Shinken Green (2010)
Tensou Sentai Goseiger vs. Shinkenger: Epic on Ginmaku - Chikai Tani/Shinken Green (2011)
BADBOYS - Tsukasa Kiriki (2011)
Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle - Chiaki Tani (2011)
Gal Basara: Sengoku Jidai wa Kengai Desu - (2011)
The Next Generation's average of 20 million viewers often exceeded both existing syndication successes such as Wheel of Fortune and network hits including Cheers and L.A. Law. Benefiting in part from many stations' decision to air each new episode twice in a week, it consistently ranked in the top ten among hour-long dramas, and networks could not prevent affiliates from preempting their shows with The Next Generation or other dramas that imitated its syndication strategy.Star Trek: The Next Generation received 18 Emmy Awards and, in its seventh season, became the first and only syndicated television show to be nominated for the Emmy for Best Dramatic Series. It was nominated for three Hugo Awards and won two. The first-season episode "The Big Goodbye" also won the Peabody Award for excellence in television programming.
In 1997, the episode "The Best of Both Worlds, Part I" was ranked No. 70 on TV Guide's 100 Greatest Episodes of All Time. In 2002, Star Trek: The Next Generation was ranked #46 on TV Guide's 50 Greatest TV Shows of All Time list, and in 2008, was ranked No. 37 on Empire's list of the 50 greatest television shows.
On October 7, 2006, one of the three original filming models of the USS Enterprise-D used on the show sold at a Christie's auction for USD $576,000, making it the highest-selling item at the event. The buyer of the piece was Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, owner of the Experience Music Project and Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame in Seattle. The piece is on display within the Science Fiction Museum.
In 2012, Entertainment Weekly listed the show at No. 7 in the "25 Best Cult TV Shows from the Past 25 Years", saying, "The original Star Trek was cult TV before cult TV was even a thing, but its younger, sleeker offspring brought, yes, a new generation into the Trekker fold, and reignited the promise of sci-fi on television."