Star Trek: Voyager Poster

Star Trek: Voyager (1995)

Action | SciFi 
Rayting:   7.8/10 63K votes
Country: USA
Language: English

Pulled to the far side of the galaxy, where the Federation is seventy five years away at maximum warp speed, a Starfleet ship must cooperate with Maquis rebels to find a way home.

Episode Guide

Season 7

April 11, 2001Episode 19 Q2
March 7, 2001Episode 18 Human Error
February 28, 2001Episode 17 Workforce, Part 2
February 21, 2001Episode 16 Workforce, Part 1
February 14, 2001Episode 15 The Void
February 7, 2001Episode 14 Prophecy
January 31, 2001Episode 13 Repentance
January 24, 2001Episode 12 Lineage
January 17, 2001Episode 11 Shattered
November 22, 2000Episode 8 Nightingale
November 15, 2000Episode 7 Body and Soul
November 8, 2000Episode 6 Inside Man
November 1, 2000Episode 5 Critical Care
October 25, 2000Episode 4 Repression
October 18, 2000Episode 3 Drive
October 11, 2000Episode 2 Imperfection

Season 6

Season 5

Season 4

Season 3

Season 2

Season 1

Best Star Trek: Voyager Episodes

Top 20 (Ranked)

January 19, 2000star9.1 2583 votesS6E12 Blink of an Eye
May 21, 1997star9.0 1996 votesS3E26 Scorpion, Part 1
November 5, 1997star8.9 1994 votesS4E8 Year of Hell, Part 1
September 3, 1997star8.9 1977 votesS4E1 Scorpion, Part 2
April 29, 1998star8.8 2029 votesS4E23 Living Witness
November 18, 1998star8.8 2025 votesS5E6 Timeless
January 21, 1998star8.8 2023 votesS4E14 Message in a Bottle
November 12, 1997star8.7 1885 votesS4E9 Year of Hell, Part 2
May 16, 2001star8.6 2211 votesS7E24 Renaissance Man
October 21, 1998star8.6 1923 votesS5E2 Drone
October 13, 1999star8.6 1859 votesS6E4 Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy
April 30, 1997star8.6 1849 votesS3E23 Distant Origin
May 5, 1999star8.6 1735 votesS5E23 11:59
December 1, 1999star8.5 1747 votesS6E10 Pathfinder
February 17, 1999star8.5 1715 votesS5E15 Dark Frontier, Part 1
May 19, 1999star8.5 1551 votesS5E25 Warhead
February 19, 1996star8.4 1856 votesS2E18 Death Wish
January 20, 1999star8.4 1715 votesS5E11 Latent Image
February 20, 1995star8.3 1933 votesS1E7 Eye of the Needle
November 6, 1996star8.3 1810 votesS3E8 Future's End, Part 1

Star Trek: Voyager Trailer

User Reviews

ffordegroupie 4 January 2000

50 tl deneme bonusu veren siteler. Voyager started off on shaky ground, but gradually levelled off into a good scifi show. It took TNG forever to find its unique niche and identity, and so it is for Voyager. It can be compared to the original Star Trek, in its go-where-no-one-has-gone-before identity.

Humor and drama, action and sometimes even horror are well-balanced in Voyager, the characters started off slightly odd but eventually became edgy but fast friends with each other. Even Neelix, the Talaxian who often looks as if he's wearing rejects from Quark's wardrobe, has become a far more palatable and even likable character.

If Neelix can make me laugh, then Voyager has its niche. :)

ffordegroupie 4 January 2000

Voyager started off on shaky ground, but gradually levelled off into a good scifi show. It took TNG forever to find its unique niche and identity, and so it is for Voyager. It can be compared to the original Star Trek, in its go-where-no-one-has-gone-before identity.

Humor and drama, action and sometimes even horror are well-balanced in Voyager, the characters started off slightly odd but eventually became edgy but fast friends with each other. Even Neelix, the Talaxian who often looks as if he's wearing rejects from Quark's wardrobe, has become a far more palatable and even likable character.

If Neelix can make me laugh, then Voyager has its niche. :)

roghache 17 May 2006

Star Trek: Voyager watchseries. This is yet another brilliant Star Trek series, this time the danger fraught adventures of the Federation star ship Voyager. As a result of the Caretaker's intervention, Voyager has been stranded in the generally hostile Delta Quadrant, 75 years travel from Earth, with little prospect of any return home in the foreseeable future and initially not even any communication with the distant Federation. The Voyager crew consists of some likewise stranded Maquis (including Chakotay & B'Elanna) who have been forced to join forces with the original Federation crew in a mutual struggle to survive and return safely to the Alpha Quadrant. Commanding Voyager is surely the Federation's most bold, determined, decisive, and feisty captain. Kathryn Janeway is a no nonsense lady who, given the risks inherent in this unexplored new quadrant, is frequently obligated to arm the photon torpedoes first and seek diplomacy later. Her stern voice commands 'Hail them!' when hostile species threaten, generally followed by the even more terse and severe call, 'Battlestations'. Captain Janeway, who is addicted to black coffee, has left a fiancé back home on earth. The Delta Quadrant really isn't a very friendly place. One of the first adversaries encountered is the Kazon, a brutal race subdivided into constantly warring factions. The Vidians have an unfortunate tendency to steal organs from living victims in their attempts to counteract the Phage, which has plagued their people for centuries. The Malon are the quadrant's polluters, dumping their garbage of deadly theta radiation wherever they can get away with doing so. The Hirogen are obsessed with the hunt, the pursuit of prey, the kill, and the collection of trophies. Species 8472 hails from fluidic space and boasts five genders. Most deadly is the ongoing threat of the ubiquitous Borg with their cubes, spheres, nasty Queen, and disquieting desire for assimilation. Janeway's calm, likable first officer, Chakotay, is a former Maquis of Native American origin. He has a tendency to navel gaze about his ancestors' spiritual beliefs. He & Janeway share a truly touching bond of mutual respect, friendship, and dependency, unhindered by the threat of romance... except once when stranded perhaps indefinitely alone together on a planet, when some sparks fly between them! Harry Kim is the innocent young operations officer, everyone's favourite boy next door, homesick for his parents and unlucky in love. The ship's ongoing romance is between Tom Paris and B'Elanna Torres. B'Elanna is the feisty, hot tempered, half Klingon Chief Engineer. Tom is Voyager's cool, nonchalant, charming pilot / helmsman, who has a yen for old movies, Captain Proton, rock & roll, fast cars and even faster spacecraft. Midway through the series he designs a fancy new shuttle craft, the Delta Flyer. Tuvok and Neelix are polar opposites. Tuvok, the totally logical, openly emotionless Vulcan tactical officer, has left a wife & family back home on Vulcan. Needless to say, he experiences a pon farr during Voyager's travels! Tuvok's leisure pursuits include meditating, playing logic games such as kal-toh, and listening to Vulcan dirges. Neelix is the super friendly, warm hearted, enthusiastic cook and morale officer, a Talaxian who has lost his family as a result of a devastating weapon, the metreon cascade, on his home planet. Tuvok appears to barely tolerate Neelix, but underneath is a touching, unacknowledged a

becaboo2 28 February 2006

Voyager, though different in many ways than other Star Trek series, is nonetheless a great chapter in the Star Trek saga. The characters are well developed, and the unusual situation allows for a creative array of episodes.

In the first few seasons, it is obvious that the actors (and directors) are still getting used to the characters they are trying to create. As such, the first season or two is a little chaotic, though there are underlying personal and situational themes. Regardless, the early season are most definitely enjoyable, and provide a good foundation for the seasons that follow.

Once the show gets underway, however, the characters are given more shape and depth, and the acting/directing vastly improves. The shows focus on a variety of subjects - interpersonal relationships among the crew, individual moral and spiritual issues, scientific anomalies, and time travel, as well as many other things. Both new and previously used aliens appear in the series, so while there are unfamiliar species (such as the Kazon), there are also ties to the original Star Trek villains.

I highly recommend seasons two and four - they stand out as two of the best.

Star Trek: Voyager, with its unique cast of characters and unusual mission, is a new way to explore the "final frontier".

breckstewart 14 April 2019

I have a particularly strong attachment to this show and can honestly say it is my favorite in the whole Star Trek universe. I started to watch it from day one all the way to the end even though it took a while for the series to fully realize its potential. The first 3 seasons were good but nowhere near as great as the show would become later yet I hung on, hopeful that something better would come along and then boom, Seven of Nine appeared.

The show only started to become really wonderful when Jeri Ryan was added to the show with Scorpions at the end of the 3rd season as the cliffhanger for season 4. Somehow, I really connected with this particular character and from then on, they could do no wrong or at least, they could always count on my loyalty to watch. Sure the writing is uneven in places and some episodes are not as great as others but it's true for any series.

I have to say that the number one reason why I connected so strongly with this series is this particular set of characters. Somehow, it all gelled so well and even though I have favorites of course like Seven, The Doctor and Janeway, they all had something interesting to add to the mix and the chemistry always worked for me, even in sub par episodes. But thankfully, even the lowest rated episodes have something interesting to offer.

I was particularly satisfied with how the series ended, the perfect conclusion to one heck of a journey and I still miss it to this day even though I can always watch to my heart's content any time I feel like it. This is connected with a great time in my life and I will always remember if fondly.

A strong 9 stars is well deserved and the 1 star is deducted from the perfect score only because the writing is sometimes not as strong as it should be, especially with episodes not connected to the Borg or Seven of Nine. But still, every single show has something to offer and this series remain one of the very best I had the pleasure of experiencing as it ran for 7 successful seasons and I could not recommend it enough.

harrypothead42024 19 January 2019

It was great! Some blah episodes, like all trek, but great when it was great. Do yourself a favor, if you like tng and ds9 watch Voyager

thepartyoftea 9 June 2006

I've been a fan of the Star Trek series since Star Trek the Next Generation. I used to watch The Next Gen after school and I loved the idea of going off to space to explore new worlds and meeting new peoples. But the one thing that bothered me about the series was all the constrictions that the Enterprise had to go through. There was several shows that had the Federation saying 'You can't do this, or that!' But with Star Trek Voyager you have a smaller ship with only a couple of dozen of people on board in a distant part of the galaxy who are trying to get home. Far away from their family, friends and superiors. The series does an great job at redefining several species and introduces new ones. The cast is great and is always fun to watch Robert Picardo as the Doctor because he gets me laughing all the time. The ship has plenty of interesting characters all growing throughout the series. The Doctor becomes more then just a hologram medical helper and becomes a real member of the ship. Captain Janeway becomes a strong confident captain. Tom Paris, a womanizing troublemaker buckles down with a former hot head, federation hating Klingon.

So if you love space exploration then this is the series for you.

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