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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  • Jeffrey Combs (Shran/Krem), Gary Graham (Vulcan Ambassador Soval) and Matt Winston (Crewman Daniels) are the only actors, besides the regulars, to appear in all four seasons.
  • There are two animal actors who portray the character "Porthos" on this series. The two female beagles are named "Prada" and "Breezy", the latter being younger (Porthos is supposedly a…
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    There are two animal actors who portray the character "Porthos" on this series. The two female beagles are named "Prada" and "Breezy", the latter being younger (Porthos is supposedly a male).
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  • Several episodes feature clips from classic movies as the crew enjoys occasional "Movie Night" diversions. Most of the films that have been featured, such as For Whom the Bell Tolls and The…
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    Several episodes feature clips from classic movies as the crew enjoys occasional "Movie Night" diversions. Most of the films that have been featured, such as For Whom the Bell Tolls and The Court Jester are, naturally, Paramount films (and Enterprise is produced by Paramount). However, one episode prominently featured footage from Frankenstein, a Universal Studios production. By using films from its own libraries, Paramount thus avoided having to pay royalties.
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