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Star Trek: Enterprise - Season 1

Released on 02 May 2005

Featuring: John Billingsley, Scott Bakula & Jolene Blalock

Format: DVD | Rating: PG

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Set early in the 22nd century, 'Enterprise' focuses on a history of the galactic upheaval that leads to the formation of The Federation. Its compelling stories of team bravery and individual heroism are sure to answer countless questions for both die-hard fans of the series and neophytes to the 'Star Trek' universe.

Starring a fresh young cast, this exciting new chapter continues to push the edge of the visual envelope with the kind of state of the art special effects that have made 'Star Trek' a global phenomenon. Through their struggles humans, Vulcans, and numerous others together will learn to work and live in harmony. Like their forefathers before them, they strive for a better live and boldly go where no one has ever gone before!

Episodes comprise:

1. Broken Bow (Part 1)
2. Broken Bow (Part 2)
3. Fight Or Flight
4. Strange New World
5. Unexpected
6. Terra Nova
7. The Andorian Incident
8. Breaking The Ice
9. Civilisation
10. Fortunate Son
11. Cold Front
12. Silent Enemy
13. Dear Doctor
14. Sleeping Dogs
15. Shadows Of P'Jem
16. Shuttlepod One
17. Fusion
18. Rogue Planet
19. Acquisition
20. Oasis
21. Detained
22. Vox Sola
23. Fallen Hero
24. Desert Crossing
25. Two Days And Two Nights
26. Shockwave (Part 1)

  • Audio commentary on the pilot episode by Brannon Braga and Rick Berman
  • Text commentary on select episodes by Michael and Denise Okuda
  • Deleted scenes
  • Outtakes
  • 'Star Trek Time Travel' featurette
  • 'Enterprise Secrets' featurette
  • 'Creating Enterprise' featurette
  • 'O Captain, My Captain!': a profile of Scott Bakula
  • 'Admiral Forrest Takes Centre Stage' featurette
  • 'Inside Shuttlepod One' featurette
  • 'Celebrating Star Trek: A Look At Star Trek Conventions And Fans' featurette (Region 2 exclusive!)

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 Not quite there yet

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Enterprise is a perplexing series and this first series is rather a big let down. It was such a promising idea with some great characters and some potentially great storylines (the beginnings of Star Trek) and expectations were high. However, it was a major disappointment.

The first episode "Broken Bow" is probably one of the most action packed and entertaining pilots ever made for a television series, with excellent character and story developments. But, when we move on to the episodes that follow it seems as though the writers completely run out of steam and each one seems like a case of deja vu and just a generic copy of episodes from previous trek spinoffs. You also get the feeling as though the writers and producers have never even bothered watching star trek before, as blatantly obvious mistakes are made, which often completely contradict the other trek shows.

On a more positive note, the characters are really interesting and Scott Bakula is not a bad captain, however Jolene Blalock as T'Pol steals the show. It's even more interesting to see a star trek show without all of the technology that is normally relied on, as there are no holodecks, tractor beams or replicators, warp drive is slow and the weapons and technology available seem primitive. It's also great to see the first encounters with some of the famous and beloved star trek species such as the klingons, vulcans and ferengi, as well as the crews encouters with the andorians. Its clear to see that each episode has been given a high budget, as famous guests and top SFX / CGI are used throughout.

Overall, the show is quite good, but many episodes in season one let it down on a grand scale and just seem too similar to the last, after a while you start to get bored with the plots. For example, it seems that the same characters get kidnapped or imprisoned in each episode and too many shows involved with time travel. You sometimes feel that the show could have been spectacular, especially with all of the material that it could have potentially used being the prequel to all trek. It only seemed to do this in it's fourth season, but as we know, by then it was all too late.

One good piece of advice with this show is not to let your expectations be too high or try and compare it with the previous star trek incarnations. As a stand alone show (not counting the dud episodes) it's pretty good. However, without the pilot (broken bow), the andorian incident, shuttlepod one and shockwave (part 1) episodes, I would have to give the show a one or maybe two star rating.

 How it all begins

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A great idea to return to the 22nd century before Kirk and co.

It shows the humans branching out into unknown terratory in a warp five limited ship that is underpowered and outgunned on many occassions.

There is no Prime Directive yet and the new crew make mistakes!

And also the Vulcans - it shines a whole new light on them to which we have never seen before.

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ActorsJohn Billingsley, Scott Bakula, Jolene Blalock, Connor Trinneer, Anthony Montgomery, Dominic Keating, Linda Park, Jeffrey Combs, Christopher Rydell, Mike Vejar, Vaughn Armstrong, Clint Howard, Matt Malloy, Dean Stockwell & Clancy Brown
DirectorJames L. Conway & Michael Dorn
Year2001 - 2002
ScreenWidescreen 16:9 Anamorphic
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
SubtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired ; English
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.