Enterprise (the brand name Star Trek has been dropped).
Set in the mid-22nd century -- 2151 -- 150 years from now and 100 years or so
before James T. Kirk, ENTERPRISE introduces us to the pioneering days of space
exploration, when interstellar travel is in its infancy, and a universe
and the unknown portends both danger and awe. Appropriately, the crew
of Enterprise exhibits a sense of wonder as well as a little trepidation about
the strange things and beings they will encounter. Being among the first to
explore deep space, they will have to prove they are ready for life among the
stars. The show explores the intergalactic upheaval that eventually leads to
the forming of the Federation.
Additionally, ENTERPRISE is the first Star Trek series to feature an on-going
plot line from the beginning. In the pilot episode, "Broken Bow",
a mysterious villain from the future is introduced. In concert with the genetically-manipulative
race the Suliban, this unknown figure will recur throughout the series.
Scott Bakula (Quantum Leap): Stars as 'Captain Jonathan Archer', a physical
and intensely curious captain with a bold personality.
Jolene Blalock ('Sub Commander T'Pol')
John Billingsley ('Doctor Phlox')
Linda Park ('Ensign Hoshi Sato, Comm Officer')
Anthony (A.T.) Montgomery ('Ensign Travis Mayweather, Helmsman')
Dominic Keating ('Lieutenant Malcolm Reed, Munitions Officer')
Connor Trinneer ('Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III, Engineer')
Captain Jonthan Archer: Intensely curious. Born and raised an explorer. Unlike
the Starfleet captains in centuries to come, he exhibits a sense of wonder and
excitement, as well as a little trepidation about the strange things he will
encounter... Detailed Description
Sub Commander T'Pol: Late 20s, early 30s. Vulcan female. Austere yet sensual.
She's the Science Officer assigned to oversee humanity's progress on board Enterprise.
Commander Charlie 'Trip' Tucker III: Chief Engineer. Early 30s. A Southerner
who enjoys using his "country" persona to disarm people. He has an
offbeat, often sarcastic sense of humor. Detailed Description
Doctor Phlox: Exotic alien. Medical officer. Appears to be in his 40s, but
we're not certain of his real age. Phlox speaks with a slight alien accent and
has an eccentric sense of humor that no one quite understands. Detailed Description
Ensign Travis Mayweather: Helmsman. African American. Mid to late 20s. A unique
product of 22nd Century life, Mayweather was raised on cargo ships. As a result
Travis is more "interstellar" than even the Captain. Detailed Description
Lt. Malcolm Reed: Armory Officer. British. Late 20s - early 30s. In the new
age of humanity's enlightenment, Reed is a bit of a throwback. He's a 22rd Century
"soldier", all spit and polish and by-the-book. Detailed Description
Ensign Hoshi Sato: Comm Officer. Japanese. Mid to late 20s. Striking and intelligent,
Hoshi has a feisty spirit that often tests the patience of the crew. She's in
charge of communications on Enterprise, but she also serves as ship's Translator.
Rick Berman: Co-created both Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager
after serving as co-executive producer on Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Brannon Braga: Joined the writing staff of Star Trek: The Next Generation through
an internship with the Writer's Guild of America and after co-writing that series'
Hugo Award-winning finale, "All Good Thing...", co-wrote Generations
and First Contact, and became a co-producer/writer and eventually co-executive
producer of Star Trek: Voyager before leaving that post one year before the
show's bow to focus on development of Enterprise.
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