Star Trek Voyager

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Programming note: Star Trek: Voyager reviews are on hiatus. We hope to get back to them soon.

Voyager (1995-2001) is the third spin-off from the original Star Trek (fourth if you count The Animated Series, but no one really does). Universally panned and everyone's least beloved Trek show until Enterprise came along, it has always been my favourite, which just goes to show there's no accounting for taste. Voyager featured a warm and likeable ensemble, didn't take itself too seriously and gave the world Jeri Ryan in a corset and a catsuit, for which many have cause to be eternally grateful.

Season One

1.1&2 Caretaker (both parts)
1.3 Parallax
1.4 Time and Again
1.5 Phage
1.6 The Cloud
1.7 Eye of the Needle
1.8 Ex Post Facto
1.9 Emanations
1.10 Prime Factors
1.11 State of Flux
1.12 Heroes and Demons
1.13 Cathexis
1.14 Faces
1.15 Jetrel
1.16 Learning Curve

Season Two

2.1 The 37s
2.2 Initiations
2.3 Projections
2.4 Elogium
2.5 Non Sequitur
2.6 Twisted
2.7 Parturition
2.8 Persistence of Vision
2.9 Tattoo
2.10 Cold Fire
2.11 Maneuvers
2.12 Resistance
2.13 Prototype
2.14 Alliances
2.15 Threshold
2.16 Meld
2.17 Dreadnought
2.18 Death Wish
2.19 Lifesigns
2.20 Investigations
2.21 Deadlock
2.22 Innocence
2.23 The Thaw
2.24 Tuvix
2.25 Resolutions
2.26 Basics, Part One

Season Three

3.1 Basics, Part Two
3.2 Flashback
3.3 The Chute
3.4 The Swarm
3.5 False Profits
3.6 Remember
3.7 Sacred Ground
3.8 Future's End, Part One
3.9 Future's End, Part Two
3.10 Warlord
3.11 The Q and the Grey
3.12 Macrocosm
3.13 Fair Trade
3.14 Alter Ego
3.15 Coda
3.16 Blood Fever
3.17 Unity
3.18 Darkling
3.19 Rise
3.20 Favorite Son
3.21 Before and After
3.22 Real Life
3.23 Distant Origin
3.24 Displaced
3.25 Worst Case Scenario
3.26 Scorpion, Part One

Season Four

4.1 Scorpion, Part Two
4.2 The Gift
4.3 Day of Honor
4.4 Nemesis
4.5 Revulsion
4.6 The Raven
4.7 Scientific Method
4.8 Year of Hell, Part One
4.9 Year of Hell, Part Two
4.10 Random Thoughts
4.11 Concerning Flight
4.12 Mortal Coil
4.13 Waking Moments
4.14 Message in a Bottle
4.15 Hunters
4.16 Prey
4.17 Retrospects
4.18 The Killing Game, Part One
4.19 The Killing Game, Part Two
4.20 Vis a Vis
4.21 The Omega Directive
4.22 Unforgettable
4.23 Living Witness
4.24 Demon
4.25 One
4.26 Hope and Fear

Season Five

5.1 Night
5.2 Drone
5.3 Extreme Risk
5.4 In the Flesh
5.5 Once Upon a Time
5.6 Timeless
5.7 Infinite Regress
5.8 Nothing Human
5.9 Thirty Days
5.10 Counterpoint
5.11 Latent Image
5.12 Bride of Chaotica!
5.13 Gravity
5.14 Bliss
5.15&16 Dark Frontier (both parts)
5.17 The Disease
5.18 Course: Oblivion
5.19 The Fight
5.20 Think Tank
5.21 Juggernaut
5.22 Someone to Watch Over Me
5.23 11:59
5.24 Relativity
5.25 Warhead
5.26 Equinox, Part One

Season Six

6.1 Equinox, Part Two
6.2 Survival Instinct
6.3 Barge of the Dead
6.4 Tinker, Tenor, Doctor, Spy
6.5 Alice
6.6 Riddles
6.7 Dragon's Teeth
6.8 One Small Step
6.9 The Voyager Conspiracy
6.10 Pathfinder
6.11 Fair Haven
6.12 Blink of an Eye
6.13 Virtuoso
6.14 Memorial
6.15 Tsunkatse
6.16 Collective
6.17 Spirit Folk
6.18 Ashes to Ashes
6.19 Child's Play
6.20 Good Shepherd
6.21 Live Fast and Prosper
6.22 Muse
6.23 Fury
6.24 Life Line
6.25 The Haunting of Deck Twelve
6.26 Unimatrix Zero, Part One

Season Seven

7.1 Unimatrix Zero, Part Two
7.2 Imperfection
7.3 Drive
7.4 Repression
7.5 Critical Care
7.6 Inside Man
7.7 Body and Soul
7.8 Nightingale
7.9 Flesh and Blood, Part One
7.10 Flesh and Blood, Part Two
7.11 Shattered
7.12 Lineage
7.13 Repentance
7.14 Prophecy
7.15 The Void
7.16 Workforce, Part One
7.17 Workforce, Part Two
7.18 Human Error
7.19 Q2
7.20 Author, Author
7.21 Friendship One
7.22 Natural Law
7.23 Homestead
7.24 Renaissance Man
7.25&26 Endgame (both parts)

Related Links

Star Trek: The Original Series Reviews
Star Trek: The Next Generation Reviews
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine reviews
Star Trek: Enterprise articles

Cast

Kate Mulgrew (Captain Kathryn Janeway)
Robert Beltran (Chakotay)
Roxann Dawson (B'Elanna Torres)
Robert Duncan McNeill (Tom Paris)
Ethan Phillips (Neelix)
Robert Picardo (The Doctor)
Tim Russ (Tuvok)
Garrett Wang (Harry Kim)
Majel Barrett (Voyager Computer)
Jeri Ryan (Seven of Nine)
Jennifer Lien (Kes)