Star Trek: Enterprise

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Captain Jonathan Archer, son of the warp engine pioneer Henry, assembles a crew and takes the new starship Enterprise out into the heavens.
Starring
Scott BakulaJolene BlalockJohn Billingsley
Genres
Science Fiction
Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio languages
English

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  1. 1. Broken Bow, Part 1 & 2
    September 26, 2001
    1 h 26 min
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    The Enterprise crew sets on a maiden voyage with a mission to return a wounded Klingon to his people.
  2. 2. Fight or Flight
    October 3, 2001
    44min
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    The crew comes across an abandoned ship of dead aliens.
  3. 3. Strange New World
    October 10, 2001
    44min
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    Crew members go on a survey mission to a seemingly uninhabited Earth-like planet where a mysterious alien presence sends them into a state of paranoid overdrive.
  4. 4. Unexpected
    October 17, 2001
    44min
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    After discovering the presence of a damaged alien vessel, Archer dispatches Tucker to its aid, but the engineer's encounter with a Xyrillian female has an unexpected side effect.
  5. 5. Terra Nova
    October 24, 2001
    44min
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    Archer and the Enterprise crew set out to learn what happened to the lost human colony of Terra Nova, and discover a tribe of human-hating cave dwellers.
  6. 6. The Andorian Incident
    October 31, 2001
    44min
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    When visiting an ancient Vulcan spiritual temple, the crew of the Enterprise discovers that the monastary has been overthrown by Andorians, an alien race with a history of fighting with Vulcans.
  7. 7. Breaking the Ice
    November 7, 2001
    44min
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    While the Enterprise crew researches a newly discovered comet, Archer tries to deal diplomatically with a Vulcan ship that is suspiciously watching them.
  8. 8. Civilization
    November 14, 2001
    44min
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    The Enterprise crew encounters a pre-industrial society that is afflicted with a plague caused by exploitative secret visitors.
  9. 9. Fortunate Son
    November 21, 2001
    44min
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    Enterprise must intervene when the leader of a human freighter crew sets out for revenge against alien pirates.
  10. 10. Cold Front
    November 28, 2001
    44min
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    While Enterprise joins an alien pilgrimage to witness a religious stellar occurrence, Archer finds himself again faced against the Suliban warrior Silik.
  11. 11. Silent Enemy
    January 16, 2002
    44min
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    An ill-prepared Enterprise is under attack by mysterious aliens with unknown motivations.
  12. 12. Shadows of P'jem
    January 30, 2002
    44min
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    When T'Pol is ordered by her superiors to leave Enterprise, she goes on one last away mission with Archer to planet Coridan, where they are taken captive by a militant faction and once again encounter the volatile Andorians.
  13. 13. Dear Doctor
    January 23, 2002
    44min
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    Captain Archer and Dr. Phlox face an ethical dilemma in attempting to help a plague-strick alien race.
  14. 14. Sleeping Dogs
    February 6, 2002
    44min
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    T'Pol, Reed and Hoshi get stranded on a Klingon "shipwreck" sinking inside a gas giant. Archer tries to convince a captured Klingon to help before his crewmates get crushed in the intense pressure of the planet's atmosphere.
  15. 15. Shuttlepod One
    February 13, 2002
    44min
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    During a shuttlepod mission, Tucker and Reed are cut off from Enterprise and become convinced the starship has been destroyed and that their days are numbered.
  16. 16. Fusion
    February 27, 2002
    44min
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    A group of atypical Vulcans visiting Enterprise subject T'Pol to uncomfortable new ideas.
  17. 17. Rogue Planet
    March 20, 2002
    44min
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    While exploring an uncharted planet, Enterprise crew members encounter a group of aliens who are hunting down indigenous creatures for recreation.
  18. 18. Acquisition
    March 27, 2002
    44min
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    When the Ferengi, a group of intergalactic thieves, stun the Enterprise crew and try to rob the ship, it's up to Trip to work covertly to stop them.
  19. 19. Oasis
    April 3, 2002
    44min
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    The crew is directed to a barren planet, where a derelict ship may be salvagable for supplies. But the crew quickly learns that rumors about the shipwreck being haunted may be true.
  20. 20. Detained
    April 24, 2002
    44min
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    Archer and Mayweather are detained by the Tandarans in a Suliban internment camp. Learning of the Suliban's persecution by the Tandarans, Archer enlists the aid of Enterprise and his crew.
  21. 21. Vox Sola
    May 1, 2002
    44min
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    When a strange, symbiotic alien creature boards Enterprise and captures several crew members, it's up to Hoshi to decipher the creature's complex language.
  22. 22. Fallen Hero
    May 8, 2002
    44min
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    Archer is ordered to transport Vulcan Ambassador V'Lar, an early role model of T'Pol's, from a planet where her integrity has been called into question.
  23. 23. Desert Crossing
    May 8, 2002
    44min
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    When Archer and Trip are invited to a desert-like planet by an alien leader, they discover he is a terrorist who has lured them there under false pretenses.
  24. 24. Two Days and Two Nights
    May 15, 2002
    44min
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    Shore leave takes some interesting twists when the Enterprise crew finally arrives at Risa, the famous pleasure planet.
  25. 25. Shockwave, Part 1
    May 22, 2002
    44min
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    After apparently causing the obliteration of an alien colony, Enterprise is ordered to return to Earth, until a surprise visitor offers Archer startling evidence about what really happened.

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Supporting actors
Dominic KeatingAnthony MontgomeryLinda ParkConnor Trinneer
Producers
Brannon Braga
Season year
2002
Network
CBS
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BooklionessReviewed in the United States on December 2, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
Not Given Enough Credit for a Great Show
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As a Star Trek fan, I've seen all the different series; each one has it's own set of characters and story lines. Enterprise is special to me, for it shows how Star Fleet began. Before there was such a thing as simply beaming to a planet, raising shields, instant medical healing, tractor beams or Data to save the entire crew. This crew had to learn the hard way and figure things out on their own. They were not in a massive flag ship that outguns most of the galaxy... they were new explorers on the Kon Tikki. Scott Bakula does a fantastic job as the first to captain a space-traveling Enterprise. With a smaller ship, crew and database of knowledge to go on, they truly do go bravely into the unknown. Some people didn't like this show as much, unfairly in my opinion. Give this a chance to tell its story to you. You'll appreciate all the other Star Trek series even more as you'll know what it took to get there.
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IggyReviewed in the United States on September 24, 2017
4.0 out of 5 stars
Another Excellent Star Trek Franchise
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After several successful Star Trek series that reach farther into the future (TNG) and farther out into the galaxy (Voyager), it makes perfect sense to create a new series to fill in the backstory. There is so much to like I hardly know where to start. The opening sequence skips the trumpet fanfare and whooshing spacecraft. In its place is a thoughtfully curated montage of the historical images (and some video) of human exploration. I’m not crazy about the Bon Jovi style soundtrack that goes with it, but the images including Amelia Earhart, Gus Grissom (I think) and a Mars rover convey the spirit of the series very well.

The series seems to have been cast to reflect youth and vitality, echoing the impression the humans of Earth project in the galaxy. Hoshi, Travis, Malcom, and Trip all skew young. There are no wise sages, no grizzled veterans. Even T’Pol is on the young side for a Vulcan officer.

The 90-minute opener – Broken Bow – sets the table and fixes an initial reference frame for viewers who come to the Enterprise series with the “future” of the other Star Trek series firmly in mind. There is no United Federation of Planets, no Prime Directive. New technology in the opening episode includes the Warp 5 engine, the transporter, the phase pistol and targeting scanners. Even the Vulcan advisors are not the calm Vulcans of the future, but are instead still in the process of fully controlling their emotions. In this series Vulcans get mad, tell the occasional lie and harbor grudges over perceived wrongs. The opener introduces a new foe (the Suliban) and a new conflict (the temporal cold war) that set up good storytelling arcs for Season 1.

There is a wry sense of humor in the writing that at times is exceptionally subtle. For example, Earth discovers the Klingon race when a UFO crashes in a farmer’s corn field in Oklahoma. Naturally, the farmer grabs his rifle and opens fire.

Many of the episodes in Season 1 include a small side story about the discovery of technology that was well known by the time of TOS or TNG. The discovery stories are like easter eggs in a video game – a fun extra for the more observant viewer, but not necessary to follow the plot. There is even an interesting twist to the story of the first “red shirt” who has a line and an away team assignment.

Because so much of the Star Trek first contact story is already known, there is less background that needs to be dealt with by the writers in the early episodes. This produces more than the usual number of good episodes in the first season. The best include:

Episode 2 – Fight or Flight - Ship of dead aliens brings story of respect and care for the deceased. Expression of Earth value of family/community. Good tension between T’Pol and Archer as metaphor for Vulcan/Earth cultural disconnect.

Episode 6 – The Andorian Incident - A welcome appearance by Jeffrey Combs (Wayoun from DS9) as Shran the Andorian Commander. Appealing story line that reinforces Capt. Archer’s distrust of the Vulcans – showing them to be not as enlightened and honorable as in later Star Trek series. The incident appears to be setting up inner conflict for T’Pol as well.

Episode 13 – Dear Doctor - The origin story for the Prime Directive. Rich in detail. The “doctor’s letter” plot format has been used in Star Trek franchises before (Voyager) and reaches as far back as MASH episodes in the ‘70s. This one works because the observations and insights are so keen. A subtle criticism of escapist movies, anthropomorphizing pets, etc. but at the same time showing admiration for the depth of empathy and inclination toward charity. Upholding the best of human values. The doctor defends evolution, faces and resolves fundamental issues about medical science’s potential to intervene in the natural order.

Episode 16 – Fusion - thrilling encounter with Vulcan dissidents who challenge Vulcan dogma and question whether Vucan history is being accurately portrayed. This is proof of the intent to build a story arc for Vulcan history alongside Earth history. Three well written and played Vulcan characters. Good B story on family and regrets.

Episode 22 – Fallen Hero – A strong story about how diplomacy can be effective to build relationships between planets (nations). Ostensibly a story about investigating corruption in a foreign society, the story is really about T’Pol, Archer and a Vulcan Ambassador learning to trust each other. Sometimes a feeling is more real when someone has the courage to say it out loud.

There are a few clunkers too. Episodes that are either too derivative of prior series (Shuttlepod 1, Rogue Planet, Oasis, Vox Sola) or just not enough to sustain interest (Terra Nova, Breaking the Ice, Two Days and Two Nights)

Star Trek Enterprise is every bit as good as the other series in the Star Trek franchise. Don’t let the lack of initial commercial success fool you.
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Robert RedfeatherReviewed in the United States on June 4, 2018
2.0 out of 5 stars
NOT Multi-Format, Blu-ray ONLY!
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This is NOT multi-format! Multi-format refers to a package that includes DVD, Blu-ray, and digital-download versions--sometimes not all three, but at least two of them. This package contains the series on six Blu-ray discs, and an expired invitation to join a website for access to clips and interviews that are normally included on-disc under extras. Sometimes Blu-ray discs are made with a DVD-encoded and payable section--like a second partition on a single hard drive--but not here.

Anyone who has tried to play Blu-ray on Windows PC's knows it is an expensive and ultimately hopeless hassle thanks to Sony. I buy multi-format so that I can either watch the DVD or get the digital download for High Definition video. In this case, I have to return this set because it is useless to me.
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William JurgensReviewed in the United States on July 20, 2017
4.0 out of 5 stars
One Giant Leap for Mankind
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It seems fitting I should write this review at this time considering tomorrow is the 48th anniversary of Neil Armstrong becoming the first person from Planet Earth to set foot on another celestial body. I was in high school at the time and was paeticularly blessed to have witnessed the whole program thus far. I mention this because this is the underlying premise of this series, this is part of the mythos of Star Trek. I am aware of the negative criticisms of this series, but I don't seem to share those sentiments. I chalk that up to possibly an overall burnout of the series in general. Following the original series, there was a 10 year gap to the first motion picture. Fans of the show and newbies as well swelled with anticipation until Star Trek the Motion Picture was released in 1979, 1980, but once that event was realized there wasn't a moment of rest for the crews of the various iteratuons of Enterprise and the other starship classes that were designed as a result. I had just started 8th grade when the original series hit the airwaves and amazingly a TV show that ran for a scant 3 seasons spawned this entire story, one possible story of our future. This is what draws me to the world of Star Trek, the underlying mythos that was created to explain our civilization from this century and beyond. Watching the original series we were introduced to James T Kirk and his crew. We encountered warp drive and the ever useful transporter, but we never got a look at the earth of the 23rd century, this is what the show lacked, a look at the mythos underlying the development of the technological marvels we saw on screen.

OK, I'm not trying to review the original series, but the point is, this series does exactly what was lacking from the original series and all subsequent iterations. This show examines the underlying mythos, how this future came to be. You must be familiar with the Next Gen movie First Contact as a starting point. This series builds on that and moves it along. I've not said much about the stoylines, or acting etc. because that has all been said in other reviews, either good or bad, but I believe if you want to understand how we got from First Contact to the Enterprise crew we all.originally knew, this is the place to be. This show reflects our human kind spirit of exploration. The crew of this Enterprise are the Columbus's, the Magellans, Commodore Perry and Roald Amundsen's of their time. They are taking those first steps into the cosmos as reoresentatives of Planet Earth. They are introducing humanity to a plethora of civilizations that have never seen us before. Also, they have given us a look at how we got there. For my interest, it has given me the look at the mythos which confirms and enhances my theories on how this future developed. So if you want to fill in the gap the period is 90 years after First Contact and 100 years pre-Kirk. This look shows that humanity makes it and we do have a chance at a future much better than what is depicted in other futuristic programs.
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Michael L.Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2020
3.0 out of 5 stars
Star Trek Enterprise, worth a look
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Alot of people disliked Star Trek Enterprise, which I think is a bit unwarranted for the reasons listed, an attempted retelling of the formative period of Earth to the Star Fleet era. Scott Bakula was chosen for the lead of leads and thats a bit different from the other Treks which tended to use people with stronger theater backgrounds who were less Hollywood staples--Scott Bakula is a pretty seasoned actor with a sci fi resume of his own and I thought did great, bringing home the character idealistic Captain of the first Enterprise (who enjoyed a good old fashioned baked chicken as opposed to Picard's Earl Grey and Janeway's Coffee addiction).. A good supporting cast too. Enterprise had alot to do with the pre prime directive era too, and the Enterprise crew really sticks its early warp era nose into situations which seasoned Trek fans would say "Oh no! You didn't!" If I had a single criticism of the series it would be that it should have ended or dovetailed into the Star Trek TOS era a little better, and concentrated on some relationships with aliens that became staples of that series (although I appreciate their attempt to find a story line that explains why the Klingons in Star Trek TOS look so differently from Star Trek Next Generation.) I wont tell--watch the series! Kudos to Enterprise, cast and crew, they did a good job and its worth watching.
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Jack M. WalterReviewed in the United States on August 28, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Underrated Trek
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Enterprise is definitely underrated when it comes to the franchise. The actors are so great in their roles, and the special effects are top notch. You get to see first contact with the Klingons, the Andorrans, the Ferengi and the Romulans. Some episodes are just getting out of a jam by the end of the story, but some are quite interesting and thought-provoking. For anyone interested in buying the entire box set of all four seasons, I would advise against it. The discs are defective and badly packaged. I ended up buying all four individually, am now into the second season, and have not had any problems with disc quality, whereas the very first episode of the box set froze about eight times before I gave up and returned the set.
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grandma_rozReviewed in the United States on February 1, 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
Ahead to the past
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I've never seen this before. I quit watching TV in general, and Star Trek in particular, right before the Voyager series finale. Up until then I had watched all the episodes of all the Star Treks since the Next Generation, but I'd heard talk that people didn't care much for Enterprise so I didn't bother to watch it. Now, while faced with a hiatus in Sense8 and Gotham, I decided to look into it. What I found was not bad at all. The best thing about it is that here is a whole new harvest of Star Trek shows that I've never seen, and they follow the Star Trek formats pretty closely. It's refreshing that much of the Star Trek universe, technology, rules and traditions are not yet in place, and they're in developmental stages.

On the negative side there are also a few points. 1) I don't know who these people are or hardly what their jobs are supposed to be, and 2) there are so few of them! It's like a skeleton crew. 3) I don't find them sympathetic either - well, maybe the Asian woman is better defined, and so is the captain. Too much is made of the Vulcan woman's figure, above and beyond the Star Trek norm. And the captain has too much bravado, similar to Captain Kirk.

However the pros outweigh the cons, and I have been watching this regularly, in spite of plenty other shows I might be watching
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M. SharplessReviewed in the United States on March 28, 2013
4.0 out of 5 stars
These Are the Voyages!! (Blu-Ray update)
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I am bringing this review over from the DVDs. It still holds true!

This is a long time coming, and I know there is already a ton of reviews for this series. I just have to give my take on this series just too kind of cleanse my soul after watching it for the second time.

Broken Bow was the start of the series, and it had a lot of promise and it gave me so much hope for the show. Who wouldn't want to see the missions before the Original Trek Crew of Kirk and Spock? In this episode we see the Klingons for the first time in the Trek universe and to any fan of Star Trek you immediately notice something that most casual fans might not. So it starts to make you think about the possibilities of what could have happened. It was a great time to be a Trek fan.

Season One started out strong and for the most part was a great first step in building the Trek universe, That said Season two was dragged down by time travel, too much was used to try and explain things. It was unnecessary and a cheap way to explain things. In my opinion it brought the show down and ruined what could have been an outstanding show. The second season turns Enterprise into an acceptable TV drama that was to busy trying to confuse everyone.

Season two brought more time travel into the mix with trying to expand the "Temporal Cold War". Season one had the "Temporal Cold War" and if you didn't get it by the end of season one, season two and three throw it in your face every time they can. It really cheapens the Trek universe and it reveals too much to Captain Archer. Even with all the future information given to him you wonder why he makes some of the decisions he makes knowing full well what would happen if he just did it another way. With the information given to Captain Archer about the Federation being formed you feel as if it deprives you and him of the experience of creating it. There was no need for time travel in this show. Season two was were a lot of the fans left the show on to better things.

If Season two was not enough to make you turn it off, Season three was another good reason to do so. As with season two and one the "Temporal Cold War" plays a big role with the Xindi learning of how Earth is going to destroy their home world from another faction of the Cold War feeding the Xindi lies. This in an attempt to destroy humans so the other species manipulating the Xindi could eventually take over the known universe. So you guessed it, more time travel and more nonsense. The Season starts off with the Xindi sending a massive weapon of mass destruction to Earth which ends up killing 7 million people. So humans and Enterprise has to go to "The Expanse" to find the Xindi and stop them from completing an even bigger weapon that would destroy Earth in one blow. This Season also tries to strengthen a romance that you feel was developing slightly in the First and Second seasons. The season ends with Enterprise being thrown back into time. Once again you're left wondering if they will just let the "Cold War" die and get back to being Star Trek!!

If you managed to stick with the show you're finally made it to the best part of what unfortunately became the last season of this show. It started out weak with the whole time travel thing, but they finally stopped the nonsense with time travel and focused on what was important. It got the series back on track, and featured more of the aliens we have come to know. The first part started off with the Augments and even has a reference to the "Botany Bay" and "KHAN"! The show also started to explain the Klingon disease that changed their appearance to what we saw in the Original Show with Kirk. This Fourth season was what we craved the show to be from the start and it was delivering on so many levels only to destroy you in the finial episode.

The last episode is what makes people cringe with fear when they watch this show. They know what's coming. I for one hated the last episode as it basically makes you feel the whole experience was a joke from the start. Was it real or all fake? The little joke they had going though the whole series about a chief which you never see until now makes you wonder was it all worth it. The last episode cheapens what the whole cast had worked for and basically turned it into a half baked Star Trek "The Next Generation" episode.

A few things could have been changed and this episode would have been great! Change one would be get rid of the TNG cast and all references to TNG. Let it be about Enterprise and not William Riker! Don't kill off an awesome character that everyone agrees is one of the best in the show for no reason. This was done just to make fans talk, and it was senseless, there was no point in the killing and it seemed so forced like it was a joke to the writers. Lastly show the speech we all wanted to see. Why was this never shown? It was start of the federation, the speech that made it comes into being and nothing was shown. If you took out all the worthless TNG crap they would have had plenty of time to show the speech. Besides that it was an ok episode and I understood what they were trying to do, but it failed miserably. ( I really believe if you just take out the one death, everyone would be happy with this episode, it would not make it so hated like it is. Still a bad episode but that one death thows it over the top of being bad).

Besides the last episode and the clunky 2nd and 3rd season, this is a great show. The fourth season really does hit a home run, and it's too bad they canceled it. I hope they could do something in the future with Star Trek. It's like something has been missing for so long from TV and it needs to come back in the "Original Time Line". Maybe the first episode should try and fix the damage done to Enterprise with another holodeck recreation of the 'Real Events". Having said how badly this show ends, I would still recommend this show to Trek Fans. It's a great show and it was enjoyable to watch twice though.

Update:

I got the Blu-Ray and I am not blown away by the picture, but I am very happy. I never really owned the real DVD set so(I bought my DVD's in Afghanistan, so what I really have is a Ripped version of the show. :-), I thought it was about time I buy the show in a proper format.

First, I would like everyone to understand the reason why the first season of "Enterprise" is not up to picture quality like "The Original Star Trek" or "The Next Generation". This is not a remaster of "Enterprise". This is simply a transfer of the original film to blu-ray disk. I am not the only one to realize this, Blu-Ray.com does not really talk about this, but another review does. Read the Digitalbits review it's very spot on!!

The picture is an upgrade over the DVD's, but its not a huge upgrade. If you are like me and have not bought the DVDs yet, than this is the set you want. You will not be disappointed in the quality. The first episode was the worse picture out the whole season, but it did get better along the way. I believe this is due to the fact that the show was filmed when HD was still very young. On the plus side it's the first Star Trek filmed in Widescreen.

The sound is not great, but it is 5.1 and it's an upgrade over the DVD's. The best thing about "Enterprise" on blu-ray is the special features. Words can not express the amount of extra's you get on this Blu-Ray. The extras alone prove how much love CBS put into this Blu-Ray set. If you think CBS is taking your money for a substandard blu-ray than the Special Features prove you wrong. All of the DVD extras and even the Best Buy Extras are presented here, plus a few new ones that will blow you away on the amount of information given on why the show was not what it could have been.

Overall the score for this release is a solid 8 out of 10 for me. The picture could have been remastered, but I understand the reason why it was not. The picture was state of the art back in 2001 but today it does not hold up. The sound is good but could have been great. Despite the little problems "Enterprise" on blu-ray comes warping out of space dock onto your TV in a great package and is a overall great value.
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