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Star Trek: Enterprise (2001)

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Rayting:   7.5/10 49K votes
Country: USA
Language: English

A century before Captain Kirk's five year mission, Jonathan Archer captains the United Earth ship Enterprise during the early years of Starfleet, leading up to the Earth Romulan War and the formation of the Federation.

Episode Guide

Season 4

May 6, 2005Episode 20 Demons
April 15, 2005Episode 17 Bound
February 25, 2005Episode 16 Divergence
February 18, 2005Episode 15 Affliction
February 11, 2005Episode 14 The Aenar
February 4, 2005Episode 13 United
January 28, 2005Episode 12 Babel One
January 21, 2005Episode 11 Observer Effect
January 14, 2005Episode 10 Daedalus
December 3, 2004Episode 9 Kir'Shara
November 26, 2004Episode 8 Awakening
November 19, 2004Episode 7 The Forge
November 12, 2004Episode 6 The Augments
November 5, 2004Episode 5 Cold Station 12
October 29, 2004Episode 4 Borderland
October 22, 2004Episode 3 Home
October 15, 2004Episode 2 Storm Front (2)
October 8, 2004Episode 1 Storm Front (1)

Season 3

Season 2

Season 1

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May 14, 2003star0.0 0 votesS2E24 First Flight
November 26, 2003star0.0 0 votesS3E11 Carpenter Street
January 14, 2004star0.0 0 votesS3E12 Chosen Realm
January 21, 2004star0.0 0 votesS3E13 Proving Ground
February 4, 2004star0.0 0 votesS3E14 Stratagem
February 11, 2004star0.0 0 votesS3E15 Harbinger
February 18, 2004star0.0 0 votesS3E16 Doctor's Orders
February 25, 2004star0.0 0 votesS3E17 Hatchery
March 3, 2004star0.0 0 votesS3E18 Azati Prime
April 21, 2004star0.0 0 votesS3E19 Damage
April 28, 2004star0.0 0 votesS3E20 The Forgotten
November 19, 2003star0.0 0 votesS3E10 Similitude
November 12, 2003star0.0 0 votesS3E9 North Star
May 14, 2003star0.0 0 votesS2E25 Bounty
May 21, 2003star0.0 0 votesS2E26 The Expanse
September 10, 2003star0.0 0 votesS3E1 The Xindi
September 17, 2003star0.0 0 votesS3E2 Anomaly
September 24, 2003star0.0 0 votesS3E3 Extinction
October 1, 2003star0.0 0 votesS3E4 Rajiin
October 8, 2003star0.0 0 votesS3E5 Impulse

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User Reviews

ChristopherPike 12 July 2009

bonus veren siteler. It is the mid 22nd Century: over a hundred years before Kirk and Spock. The crew of Earth's latest breakthrough Warp 5 starship; led by Captain Jonathan Archer, are making their first steps into the galaxy. Firmly believing humankind has been held back for too long by Vulcan interference, Archer is eager to embark on Enterprise's mission of deep space exploration. Survival proves perilous the farther from home they travel. Outmatched by superior aliens equipped with far more powerful weaponry, this first crew face a steep learning curve. Among their challenges will come Klingon aggression, militaristic Andorians, territorial Romulans and the Suliban; a race receiving aid from the future. This Temporal Cold War story arc heats up with the arrival of a probe sent by the Xindi and seven million people die in an unprovoked attack. With another more powerful weapon being assembled deep within the Delphic Expanse, Starfleet hastily curtails the Enterprise's assignment, sending their most experienced crew in a desperate attempt to save Earth. Along the way, we discover familiar trek-nology from future Star Trek series at a less advanced stage including a crew scared to use the transporter, so frequent use of space suits, decompression airlocks & shuttle-pods and instead of shields, polarised hull-plating. Those coming straight from JJ Abrams' 2009 movie will probably appreciate this uncomplicated style the most. The rest of us get to have fun spotting familiar elements from past series, especially by the fourth season - as we visit the Mirror Universe, encounter green skinned Orions, as the Vulcans gradually come to respect their illogical allies, as they make the very first steps toward uniting warring races.

Out of all the Star Trek series, I generally keep returning to Enterprise for more. I'd like to think that's down to something deeper than knowing the Original Series, Next Generation, Deep Space Nine & Voyager inside and out.

I love these characters and while they're definitely not the perfect, moral human beings Gene Roddenberry might have have created, they do in fact hold true to his ideals. They're ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances, stumbling and making mis-steps along the way with best of intentions.

Archer, interested me from the outset (being familiar with Scott Bakula's previous work) his Captain out there alone with no support, no rulebook or role models to learn from their mistakes. His 'quid pro quo' relationship with Shran (a blue-skinned Andorian), both skeptics of the Vulcan's agenda and yet building bridges that will ultimately lead to an interstellar alliance known as the Federation. Trip, likable Southern Engineer who's deep friendship with his Captain, manages to survive his occasional bouts of insubordination. T'Pol, initially an observer from a Vulcan government concerned about the impact of humankind's deep exploration. Growing more accustomed to the crew and their perspective. Her relationship with Trip, which manages to rise above its somewhat exploitive origins and her struggle to maintain control over her emotions. At this point, I should also make it clear I loved what Enterprise did with the Vulcans and how they are every bit the race seen all the way back to the Original Series. I could continue to outline traits of the various other regulars, who are anything but cyphers in my opinion. Under developed in comparison to the big three for sure, but I feel that was changing... even Travis Mayweather got

ChristopherPike 12 July 2009

It is the mid 22nd Century: over a hundred years before Kirk and Spock. The crew of Earth's latest breakthrough Warp 5 starship; led by Captain Jonathan Archer, are making their first steps into the galaxy. Firmly believing humankind has been held back for too long by Vulcan interference, Archer is eager to embark on Enterprise's mission of deep space exploration. Survival proves perilous the farther from home they travel. Outmatched by superior aliens equipped with far more powerful weaponry, this first crew face a steep learning curve. Among their challenges will come Klingon aggression, militaristic Andorians, territorial Romulans and the Suliban; a race receiving aid from the future. This Temporal Cold War story arc heats up with the arrival of a probe sent by the Xindi and seven million people die in an unprovoked attack. With another more powerful weapon being assembled deep within the Delphic Expanse, Starfleet hastily curtails the Enterprise's assignment, sending their most experienced crew in a desperate attempt to save Earth. Along the way, we discover familiar trek-nology from future Star Trek series at a less advanced stage including a crew scared to use the transporter, so frequent use of space suits, decompression airlocks & shuttle-pods and instead of shields, polarised hull-plating. Those coming straight from JJ Abrams' 2009 movie will probably appreciate this uncomplicated style the most. The rest of us get to have fun spotting familiar elements from past series, especially by the fourth season - as we visit the Mirror Universe, encounter green skinned Orions, as the Vulcans gradually come to respect their illogical allies, as they make the very first steps toward uniting warring races.

Out of all the Star Trek series, I generally keep returning to Enterprise for more. I'd like to think that's down to something deeper than knowing the Original Series, Next Generation, Deep Space Nine & Voyager inside and out.

I love these characters and while they're definitely not the perfect, moral human beings Gene Roddenberry might have have created, they do in fact hold true to his ideals. They're ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances, stumbling and making mis-steps along the way with best of intentions.

Archer, interested me from the outset (being familiar with Scott Bakula's previous work) his Captain out there alone with no support, no rulebook or role models to learn from their mistakes. His 'quid pro quo' relationship with Shran (a blue-skinned Andorian), both skeptics of the Vulcan's agenda and yet building bridges that will ultimately lead to an interstellar alliance known as the Federation. Trip, likable Southern Engineer who's deep friendship with his Captain, manages to survive his occasional bouts of insubordination. T'Pol, initially an observer from a Vulcan government concerned about the impact of humankind's deep exploration. Growing more accustomed to the crew and their perspective. Her relationship with Trip, which manages to rise above its somewhat exploitive origins and her struggle to maintain control over her emotions. At this point, I should also make it clear I loved what Enterprise did with the Vulcans and how they are every bit the race seen all the way back to the Original Series. I could continue to outline traits of the various other regulars, who are anything but cyphers in my opinion. Under developed in comparison to the big three for sure, but I feel that was changing... even Travis Mayweather got

jennparis-05929 11 October 2020

Star Trek: Enterprise watchseries. Every episode hooks me! Love all the characters. Really well written.

Kel-n-Chris 9 September 2020

Since I was eight years old, I loved and craved every story, episode, movie, ..every second of screen time that was Star Trek. I was and am wholly entwined with the franchise, from Gene Roddenberry to Nurse Chapel. I remember my favorite scenes, favorite quotes, favorite stories and of course favorite characters. No other tale of fiction has enveloped me, engrossed me, entertained me and literally shaped the type of individual I have become, like Star Trek.

The ingenious use of lighting and music have proven unrivaled to date. Such as the atonal aeolian and phrygian scales that so brilliantly accompanied and captured the essence of Spock (along w/ the brilliance of LM, of course), or the scene in 'Catspaw' where the sweaty, light-engulfed face of Pavel Chekov creates an unforgettable cinematic 'Still', as he informs the Captain, that "we're burning up".

From the theme song, to the opening credits, Star Trek Enterprise is hands down the best Star Trek series ever made. Besides the best cast, production, directing and writing, the series manages to "Bring it Home" to what feels like a real evolution into the stars. It touches on the awesomeness we humans have always felt toward the heavens. It ties the future together with the present in such a powerful and recognizable way that it feels so powerful and real.

The them song, by Rod Stewart, masterfully captures the unwavering drive to travel and explore new worlds, with the lyrics "It's been a long road, getting from there to here" or "I can reach any star", and "I've got faith of the heart", to emphasize the yearning to expand our understanding of life itself, perhaps as opposed to the religious obligations of a terrestrial mindset some may feel.

Scott Bakula captures the spirit of a first time explorer, embracing and discovering the innocence of a new era. An engine that will allow mankind to venture, in a short time, farther and faster than all millennium that came before. A position that would be unprecedented and unknown.

Captain Archer is the salt of the earth. Not as much a warrior or commander as he is friend and discoverer. Which is exactly what Star Trek Enterprise was about. Then, the necessary evolution into whatever it took to engage and mediate a world of issues no man had ever imagined, much less trained for.

It's too bad the show was cancelled, as I believe 2020 could have easily and should have been the 20th year of TV's greatest Sci-Fi series ever made. Of course, Star Trek will always live in my heart.

brittneylyntommila 26 September 2019

I thoroughly enjoyed this series. I am sad I waited 18 years to give it a chance. I am a life long trekkie (thanks daddy!) And I believed all the bad press and avoided it. Saw it on Netflix and decided to binge watch. Best decision ever. Loved the characters, loved the humor laced throughout. I felt it was relatable in its rawness. Great different races and planets. Fun and interesting new adventures. A cool look at how the Federation came to be. Highly recommend.

Daykthln 9 June 2020

This is the best of the series in my opinion after the original. (Though Next Generation has grown on me and the new Picard series is very good.) The writing is very good, the plots very good and the characters are very well cast and developed----much better than most of the other series. . The overarching plot, in addition to the plot of each episode, makes this more sophisticated and interesting than most of the other series. t"pol is by far the most interesting vulcan after spock (in all his incarnations). This is VASTLY underrated and I predict that over time with have more lasting viewers and fans than many of the other franchises.

brocious 16 April 2005

For the past year I've watched Enterprise hoping they would get better and quit being so doom and gloom. I was hoping for them to get back to basics and more of the original Star Trek. Well, finally after a so-so year, they get back more to the original and start getting good again. I get all pumped up about it, and what does UPN do; but, cancel it! Well, that settles it. I have no reason to watch UPN again. Too bad another network or syndication wouldn't pick up Enterprise. If it would continue as it's been this year alone, it could run many more years. The camaraderie's is back and it's getting more humorous. The stories are fantastic. And, we're seeing more of the beginning of the original Trek! The writers are getting imaginative again! Well, hopefully there will be a miracle and Enterprise will be saved, though I doubt it. Too bad! I really hope it's not the end of the Star trek series. I hope Enterprise makes a comeback, some how, some way! Someone please save this series!

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