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Star Trek: Voyager

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  • May 16, 2010
Great idea for a Star Trek show that suffered from lame characters and never really having our heroes in danger. Could have been better.
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review by . October 29, 2009
Just when the drama had built the reset button was hit.
Star Trek: Voyager picks up the space exploration threads left over by The Next Generation and was the flagship show to launch the UPN network.  To say at the time both were underwhelming wouldn't be too far from the truth.      Captain Kathryn Janeway is the commander of the Starship Voyager, a smaller more compact ship compared to the virtual ocean liner of a vessel that Next Generations Enterprise was.  Her first mission has her routing the Maquis, …
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The fourth entry in the evergreen Star Trek franchise, the UPN network's Star Trek: Voyager was set during the same timeframe (though definitely not the in same location!) as the syndicated Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Caught in a sudden plasma storm while hunting down a ship full of Maquis terrorists, Starfleet Command's Voyager was thrust some 75,000 light years away from its home base. Now trapped in the Gamma Quadrant with their Maquis quarry, the Voyager crew, headed by Captain Kathryn Janeway (Kate Mulgrew), was forced to form an alliance with the enemy. As it turned out, both the Voyager and the Maquis vessel had been deliberately relocated to Gamma by a mystical entity known as the Caretaker, who hoped that the combined crews would fulfill his mission to protect a less resourceful race known as the Ocampa -- and to remain eternally vigilant against the evil Kazon, who, during an early skirmish, had killed several members of both Janeway's crew and that of Maquis captain Chakotay (Robert Beltran). Surviving members of the Voyager roster included Lt. Tom Paris (Robert Duncan McNeill), who like Janeway hailed from planet Earth, as did Starfleet Academy rookie Ensign Harry Kim (Garrett Wang). Carryovers from the Maquis vessel included the Native American Chakotay, who became Janeway's first officer; B'Elanna Torres (Roxann Biggs-Dawson), a mercurial half-human, half-Klington who replaced the Voyager's deceased chief engineer (and who later married the headstrong Tom ...
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