Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 26, 2001
Status
Completed/Ended
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
UPN TV Network

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Star Trek: Enterprise

Star Trek: Enterprise takes place during the mid-22nd century. Commanded by Captain Jonathan Archer the Starship Enterprise (NX-01) the first warp five starship and its crew return a Klingon to his home plane and then begin to explore the galaxy. As their mission progresses they encounter other familiar races as well as some new ones.

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Last Episode

04x22 These are the Voyages... Aired: May. 13, 2005

- About 200 years in the future, Commander William Riker of the starship Enterprise NCC-1701-D looks back at a historical event in the holodeck, …

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Completed/Ended
The show had 4 seasons and 98 episodes air between 2001 and 2005.

Series Fun Facts

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  • The 'Star Trek Crews' from all the Star Trek series were ranked #2 in TV Guide's list of the "25 Greatest Sci-Fi Legends" (1 August 2004 issue).
  • T'Pol's age became a matter of some debate among fans (and a minor running joke on the series itself) during the show's first 3 seasons. According to the original writers' "bible" for the…
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    T'Pol's age became a matter of some debate among fans (and a minor running joke on the series itself) during the show's first 3 seasons. According to the original writers' "bible" for the series, she is 67 years old at the time of "Enterprise" (2001) {Broken Bow: Part 1 (#1.1)}, a fact confirmed by Jolene Blalock in interviews. In the season three finale, "Enterprise" (2001) {Zero Hour (#3.24)}, however, T'Pol revealed that she is actually 65 years old (and will turn 66 on her next birthday). It has been speculated that either the writers shaved a few years off her age (since bibles are only guidelines), made a mistake, or T'Pol is lying about her age and is really 70.
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  • "Star Trek" was originally left off the title because of its overuse in previous franchise titles and because "Enterprise" was just as instantly recognizable, from "Enterprise" (2001) {Broken…
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    "Star Trek" was originally left off the title because of its overuse in previous franchise titles and because "Enterprise" was just as instantly recognizable, from "Enterprise" (2001) {Broken Bow: Part 1 (#1.1)} all the way through "Enterprise" (2001) {Anomaly (#3.2)}. After the second season suffered low ratings, the third season adopted the title "Star Trek: Enterprise" starting with "Enterprise" (2001) {Extinction (#3.3)}. When "Enterprise" (2001) {The Xindi (#3.1)} re-aired, "Star Trek" was added to the title. However, in re-airing "Anomaly", the title remained simply "Enterprise".
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