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Voyage into entertainment

GracieLizzie writes about Star Trek: Voyager

Rick Berman, Michael Piller, Jeri Taylor


TV: Star Trek: Voyager.
Creator: Rick Berman, Michael Piller, Jeri Taylor

Boldy going into the Delta Quadrant

Encapsulated. Would you recommend this? why?

I really like this series and I don't care how much my Trekkie friends dislike Janeway I am rather taken with her. I love the characters of this series and I think it is really engaging.

Time and Space: When and where I first encountered it

Around ten I reckon, my Dad and I would watch it together.

Recollection and revelations

I was a fan of Star Trek already having grown up with TNG, and having seen a fair bit of DS9 and a reasonable amount of TOS (a little TAS too I think). I really liked some of the main characters straight away, the Doctor, Tom Paris they were all quiet engaging though admitted Seven of Nine was more interesting than Kes.

Before this...

Star Trek: The Next Generation, Doctor Who

Which I grew up with

After This

Star Trek: Enterprise, The Star Trek Movies

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