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Star Trek: Enterprise 4 Seasons 2001

Amazon Instant Video

Season 1
(99) IMDb 7.5/10

1. Broken Bow, Part 1 & 2 AGES_12_AND_OVER

The Enterprise crew sets on a maiden voyage with a mission to return a wounded Klingon to his people.

Starring:
Scott Bakula,John Billingsley
Runtime:
1 hour, 26 minutes

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Season 1

Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Action & Adventure
Starring Scott Bakula, John Billingsley
Supporting actors Jolene Blalock, Dominic Keating
Season year 2002
Network CBS Studios International
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Pike on 10 July 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I've been a fan of Star Trek since the early 80's, back when BBC2 began showing the Original at 6pm but doubt many were ever really that aware of Enterprise, because Channel 4 gave it such a low profile. In some respects it came too soon. Hot on the heels of Voyager, TV was saturated with the likes of Picard, Sisko and Janeway, all running around in 24th Century shows, blinding audiences with technobabble... rather than offering straight forward adventure. Keep an open mind and give this a shot, it got better & better over its short 4 year run. One piece of advice, try to look beyond the theme music to the inspiring montage of human exploration. "Faith of the Heart" polarises opinon between love and hate. There are some thought provoking episodes in amongst the action and rough 'n' ready crew talk, as well some intrigue provided by the Vulcans who had never quite been explored this well before. By the time cancellation hit in 2005, we all thought they had struck gold, exploring the backstory of countless original and Next Gen episodes (such as "How did the Federation form?", "Why did the Klingon's appearance look change?", "How did Starfleet fight a war with the Romulans, but never see each other?"). With so many prequel themes to explore, I really wish they hadn't pulled the plug... They should bring it back, especially since the new movie references a certain "Admiral Archer and his beagle"... albeit jokingly.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Iceni Peasant on 24 Jun. 2005
Format: DVD
To buy this set you will probably be a fan of the show already or interested in this genre of TV. You won't be disappointed.
The DVD packaging for a start is very attractive and compact, with a little booklet with the each episode synopsis. The DVD interactive menus are excellent and fairly easy to navigate. With extras such as commentaries and deleted scenes clearly marked. The 3 "Easter Eggs" are quite easy to find too!
The quality of the DVDs is very good, crystal clear and the extras on disc 7 are good viewing. With behind-the-scenes views from the cast and some brilliant outtake "bloopers"....(I've never seen a Vulcan giggle so much!!!)
This First Season was a great start and well cast, with some interesting stories and twists on other Trek series ideas. A really enjoyable Season and a great DVD package. My only suggestion is to shop around a little to get the best price possible.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By "askrobert121" on 21 Jun. 2005
Format: DVD
Im not too sure whats got so many Trekkies in a miff about 'Enterprise' but I have been watching all star trek series [bar TOS which I cant stand] for years and have actually bought a series for once.
Now at the time of writing this only the first series of Enterprise is available and I did buy it because it isnt on tv as much as the others. I also admit that it was the Xindi-inspired serioes 3 that got me into the show. However, wanting to know how it began, I bought this DVD[ a little pricey but 26 epsiodes et al].
I can highly reccomend it. The developers strike a reasonable balance between the technologies of TOS AND Enterprise. The visuals are amazing [which some fans even moaned about] and the inter-species relations are explored at a fabulous pace.
The ship itslef gets knocked around so many times on its first voyage and the writers show very well the primitive nature of Man compared to say the Vulcans.
Altho pricey it is definetly well worth it and I wud quite like to hear other fans views on Series 2 which I have yet to see.
Ignore the hype coming from the other side of the pond and buy this if u enoyed series 3 or any series.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By S.C. Arthur on 15 Nov. 2009
Format: DVD
Having been a fairly dedicated follower of The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and (to a lesser extent) Voyager in the `90s - the BBC2 repeats in the case of TNG, since I was only seven when it originally ended - I recently decided to watch them again on DVD. For no particular reason I never saw Enterprise when it was on TV; it wasn't that I didn't like Star Trek anymore, or that I didn't like the sound of Enterprise or anything like that, I just never got around to it. Once I'd exhausted all 21 seasons of the `90s shows (yep, quite a lot of time on my hands), I decided to give Enterprise a go, coming to it with relatively low expectations.

All in all, I have to say that I've been very pleasantly surprised by this first season, especially coming off the back of Voyager, which never quite lived up to what it could have been. I think that's the key difference for me; Voyager had an exciting concept with the whole "stuck 70,000 light years from home" thing, but never really made all that much use of it - a couple of episodes per season where trying to get back home was put centre stage again, but apart from that it was fairly standard "strange new worlds and new civilisations" stuff (which was fine, I guess).

Enterprise, though, really makes the most of its prequel status; limited technology makes for some very sticky situations, and more than anything else I think they've done a great job of constructing a galaxy where the Federation doesn't yet exist, and where Starfleet is far from a major military force - for the first time since the days of Kirk and friends, it truly feels as though the crew of Enterprise are out there boldly going etc, etc.
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