Star Trek: Voyager

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  • TV-PG
  • 1995
  • 7 Seasons
  • 7.8  (60,752)

Star Trek: Voyager is the name of one of the series shows that is based in the Star Trek The Next Generation universe. Voyager is the name of the starship featured in this show. More like the original series and next generation Star Trek story lines, this crews mission is to explore new life and civilizations. This is the first starship in the series that has a female captain. Among the other members of the crew there is a holographic doctor, a borg and a vulcan security officer. The crew also interacts with other familiar characters from the Star Trek series such as Q and the Borg. The basis for this story line is simple. During a routine mission, the Voyager is transported into another quadrant that is light years away from their own. This means that instead of a usual five year mission, it will take them decades of travel to return home. They have no way to communicate with their families or even let anyone know that they are alive. During this first mission, the ships doctor is killed and the emergency medical hologram is activated. The Holodoc as he is later called becomes the ships chief medical officer. The ship is not equipped with enough supplies to make the long journey home, so it is up to the crew to explore planets for new food sources and other supplies. As with other Star Trek shows, you become involved with the crews personal lives and watch the characters develop as the show progresses. At the end of the shows seven year run, the crew does manage to make its way home with a little alien help. As with most of the Star Trek series shows some of the characters do find cameo roles in the feature films. Star Trek: Voyager aired for a total of seven seasons. Each episode is sixty minutes and focuses on a different crew adventure. This is a family oriented, science fiction program.

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Endgame
25. Endgame
May 23, 2001
Voyager's quest to return home is aided by a visitor from the future - Admiral Kathryn Janeway. However, Janeway decides to risk Voyager's shortcut home in order to destroy the Borg and save millions of lives.
Endgame: Parts 1 & 2
24. Endgame: Parts 1 & 2
May 23, 2001
Voyager's quest to return home is aided by a visitor from the future - Admiral Kathryn Janeway.
Renaissance Man
23. Renaissance Man
May 16, 2001
Janeway is held hostage by aliens who force the Doctor to help them steal Voyager's warp core.
Homestead
22. Homestead
May 9, 2001
Neelix is faced with the decision of a lifetime when Voyager locates a tribe of exiled Talaxians on a distant asteroid.
Natural Law
21. Natural Law
May 2, 2001
Seven and Chakotay stumble upon a race of primitive humanoids isolated from technological progress by an energy barrier.
Friendship One
20. Friendship One
April 25, 2001
Voyager recovers a long-lost space probe which has caused terrible radiation damage on a distant planet.
Author, Author
19. Author, Author
April 18, 2001
The Doctor publishes a holo-novel based on his Voyager experiences which scandalizes the crew.
Q2
18. Q2
April 11, 2001
Q's unruly and omnipotent son wreaks interstellar havoc when he is left in Janeway's care.
Human Error
17. Human Error
March 7, 2001
Seven's attempt to explore her human side distracts her from her duties and puts Voyager at risk.
Workforce: Part 2
16. Workforce: Part 2
February 28, 2001
To save Janeway and the rest of Voyager's crew, Chakotay must convince her that her seemingly happy life as a worker on Quarra is not real.
Workforce: Part 1
15. Workforce: Part 1
February 21, 2001
Janeway, Tuvok, Seven, Tom and B'Elanna are workers on an alien planet, where they have no memory of their past lives aboard Voyager.
The Void
14. The Void
February 14, 2001
Voyager is sucked into an inescapable subspace void which is inhabited only by other trapped vessels battling each other for survival.
Prophecy
13. Prophecy
February 7, 2001
A group of Klingons separated from the rest of their race believes B'Elanna's unborn child is the Savior foretold in their sacred scrolls.
Repentance
12. Repentance
January 31, 2001
The issue of capital punishment divides the crew when Voyager agrees to transport condemned prisoners to their deaths.
Lineage
11. Lineage
January 24, 2001
B'Elanna is strangely disturbed by her unborn child's Klingon traits.
Shattered
10. Shattered
January 17, 2001
Voyager encounters an energy field which leaves each section - and its crew - existing in a different time period.
Flesh & Blood: Parts 1 & 2
9. Flesh & Blood: Parts 1 & 2
 
The Doctor is torn between his duty to Voyager and his conscience when warrior holograms rebel against their Hirogen creators.
Flesh and Blood
9. Flesh and Blood
November 29, 2000
The Doctor is torn between his duty to Voyager and his conscience when warrior holograms rebel against their Hirogen creators.
Nightingale
8. Nightingale
November 22, 2000
With Voyager under repair, Harry seizes a chance to prove himself as a commander, but finds that being a starship captain is more than he bargained for.
Body and Soul
7. Body and Soul
November 15, 2000
The Doctor experiences physical sensations for the first time after Seven downloads his matrix into her body.
Inside Man
6. Inside Man
November 8, 2000
Starfleet Lt. Barclay's hologram convinces Janeway to pursue a dangerous, untested plan to bring Voyager home.
Critical Care
5. Critical Care
November 1, 2000
The Doctor is forced to work on an alien ship where patients' care is determined by their social status instead of medical need.
Repression
4. Repression
October 25, 2000
Tuvok's investigation of a series of mysterious attacks aboard Voyager leads him to a most unlikely suspect: himself.
Drive
3. Drive
October 18, 2000
Tom and B'Elanna's relationship could be the loser when Tom enters a race.
Imperfection
2. Imperfection
October 11, 2000
A malfunction in Seven's cortical node threatens to destroy her.
Unimatrix Zero: Part 2
1. Unimatrix Zero: Part 2
October 4, 2000
Seven's long-lost love lures Janeway into a deadly encounter with the Borg Queen.
Unimatrix Zero Part 2
1. Unimatrix Zero Part 2
October 4, 2000
Seven's long-lost love lures Janeway into a deadly encounter with the Borg Queen.
Description

Star Trek: Voyager is the name of one of the series shows that is based in the Star Trek The Next Generation universe. Voyager is the name of the starship featured in this show.

More like the original series and next generation Star Trek story lines, this crews mission is to explore new life and civilizations. This is the first starship in the series that has a female captain. Among the other members of the crew there is a holographic doctor, a borg and a vulcan security officer. The crew also interacts with other familiar characters from the Star Trek series such as Q and the Borg.

The basis for this story line is simple. During a routine mission, the Voyager is transported into another quadrant that is light years away from their own. This means that instead of a usual five year mission, it will take them decades of travel to return home. They have no way to communicate with their families or even let anyone know that they are alive.

During this first mission, the ships doctor is killed and the emergency medical hologram is activated. The Holodoc as he is later called becomes the ships chief medical officer. The ship is not equipped with enough supplies to make the long journey home, so it is up to the crew to explore planets for new food sources and other supplies.

As with other Star Trek shows, you become involved with the crews personal lives and watch the characters develop as the show progresses. At the end of the shows seven year run, the crew does manage to make its way home with a little alien help. As with most of the Star Trek series shows some of the characters do find cameo roles in the feature films.

Star Trek: Voyager aired for a total of seven seasons. Each episode is sixty minutes and focuses on a different crew adventure. This is a family oriented, science fiction program.Star Trek: Voyager is a series that is currently running and has 7 seasons (176 episodes). The series first aired on January 16, 1995.

Where to Watch Star Trek: Voyager

Star Trek: Voyager is available for streaming on the CBS website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Star Trek: Voyager on demand at Apple TV+, Paramount+, Amazon Prime, Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    January 16, 1995
  • IMDB Rating
    7.8  (60,752)