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Star Trek: Voyager 7 Seasons 1995

Season 1
4.1 out of 5 stars (100) IMDb 7.2/10

In the first season of STAR TREK: VOYAGER, while in pursuit of a Maquis ship in the Badlands, Captain Kathryn Janeway and the crew of the U.S.S. Voyager are pulled into the Delta Quadrant.

Starring:
Kate Mulgrew, Robert Beltran

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1. Caretaker Part 1

While searching for a missing officer, Captain Kathryn Janeway and the crew of the Starship Voyager are swept 70,000 light years from home.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: 1 January 1995
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2. Caretaker Part 2

While searching for a missing officer, Captain Kathryn Janeway and the crew of the Starship Voyager are swept 70,000 light years from home.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: 1 January 1995
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3. Parrallax

Tensions rise between the merged Starfleet and Maquis crews when the ship becomes trapped inside a star that's collapsed upon itself.

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4. Time And Again

When Paris and Janeway are sent back in time, they must decide whether to violate the Prime Directive by warning residents of a planet facing annihilation.

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5. Phage

Neelix faces certain death when an alien race stricken by a devastating plague "harvests" his lungs.

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6. The Cloud

The crew discovers that a nebula is not what it seems, and Paris invites his fellow officers to share a little "R&R" in his holodeck program.

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7. Eye Of The Needle

The discovery of a wormhole in deep space raises the crew's hopes of finding a shortcut home.

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8. Ex Post Facto

After Paris is convicted of a murder he swears he didn't commit, Tuvok must play detective to clear him.

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9. Emanations

Kim confronts life and death issues when he's held against his will by an alien race.

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10. Prime Factors

An alien leader has the technology that could send the crew 40,000 light years closer to home -- but refuses to share it with them.

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11. State Of Flux

The crew realizes there's a traitor on board after Federation technology turns upon an enemy warship.

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12. Heroes And Demons

Janeway sends the ship's doctor on his first Away Mission: rescue the crew members who have vanished in the holodeck's version of Beowulf.

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13. Cathexis

An encounter with a strange nebula leaves Chakotay brain-dead and the crew battling a powerful force that seems to be taking over their minds.

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14. Faces

Voyager's half-human, half-Klingon Chief Engineer Torres is split into two beings by a scientist desperate to cure the plague that's destroying his people.

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15. Jetrel

A painful chapter in Neelix's past is reopened when the man responsible for killing his family beams aboard Voyager.

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16. Learning Curve

Tuvok incurs the wrath of Maquis crewmembers when he's put in charge of a "boot camp" designed to bring them up to Starfleet standards.

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By A Customer on 12 Jun. 2004
Format: DVD
Iv'e been waiting for Voyager to arrive on DVD for years, and its finally here! On first impressions, the Box Set is well presented in a tough plastic case, with the STV, and Starfleet logo raised up on the front of the box, with a chrome like effect on them. Inside you get a set of 6 DVD's, which are set in a clear plastic mount (like half a CD case) which have been stuck together along one edge, which keeps the collection together nicely. The whole collection is found inside a cardboard sleeve with the STV logo on it. The presentation is very tidy, and well designed in my opinion. As for the DVD's themselves, they are all presented in Dolby Digital, and have superb picture quality, which is something you should expect for £55. The claimed "Missing" episodes, are actually from season two, but were broadcast with season one, so you can dispell all of those claims that its not the complete series. The scripting was as fantastic as ever, with the mix of drama, and comedy, with romance in the later seasons, is an all round entertaining series, and one of the best to come from the franchise. The extras are what i have come to expect from Paramount, with two full ST: TOS episodes, and over an hour of interviews, and behind the scenes of Voyager. I have no complaints and am 100% satisfied with the product, and will be purchasing the rest as they become available! All in all, Fantastic!!
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I just have to post this to explain that NO EPISODES ARE MISSING from the season one box set of Voyager. Paramount did make extra episodes to be included in season one, but it was decided that these episodes would be held back for season two. Every episode that actually aired as season one episodes are in the season one box set. There are no episodes missing from this set whatsoever! As to the actual viewing order of episodes in season 1, they are in the original order of which they were aired. Some episodes you may watch were actually made after the episode that follows. But these are in order of air date! Hope this clarifys a few things for those people who may have been put off buying this(and other)boxset due to a review which was totally innacurate! A great buy, i'm glad to say i have all Star Trek box sets so far and can't wait for Enterprise next month!
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I'm not a Star Trek super fan or anything and this was the only series/spin-off I ever really watched properly after growing up with the later films in the 80's and 90's. But I've really enjoyed the two more recent films as has my partner who had shockingly never seen a single Star Trek film or TV series previously but really liked the recent films and is looking forward to the third, so i thought I'd try and see how Voyage went down, and - if I'm honest - I was also looking forward to seeing it again for a bit of nostalgia for the fantastic Captain Janeway who I had a bit of crush on when I saw this the first time around - what a woman! And if I'm really honest I was also looking forward to seeing the very lovely '7 of 9' again at some point, but I was also in it for the lost-in-space antics of course and it's great rainy-Sunday-afternoon fodder.

But back to Kate Mulgrew who plays such a brilliant (and very believable) captain of the lost spaceship Voyager which is struggling to find its way home through space - she comes across as a real ice maiden, cold and logical and sometimes seemingly devoid of any personal emotion but you know she means business and this first season does a great job of setting her up as a principled and disciplined leader who is fair, sassy and controversial enough to make you love and hate her in equal measure. Some of the episodes are brilliant, some are very good and there are just one or two that drag a little in comparison to an episode that came before, but for a first season of a new series (obviously not new now) I think it's brilliant and does more than enough to make you want to get straight into season two with a nice season finale.
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The ending of 'The Next Generation' (or TNG to continue with three-letter abbreviations) left a bit a chasm in the Star Trek universe with Deep Space Nine (DS9) being the only show carrying the torch. Now, there's nothing wrong with DS9, in fact, there's a lot right with it. I'm a Niner, it's my favourite series. However, it doesn't quite fit the traditional Star Trek mould of 'going boldly where no one has gone before'. They're stuck in one place!

Enter Voyager - a Federation starship that gets flung into the Delta Quadrant on the other side of the Galaxy by a mysterious alien known as the Caretaker, and now desperately trying to get home.

The good thing about Voyager is that, because its set on the other side of the Galaxy, all the traditional villians, like the Romulans and the Cardassians, are gone. Which means they're forced to come up with new villians, like the Kazon (okay, they're a bit wimpy) and the Vidiians (sadly underused, kind of like futuristic Frankensteins!). Of course, for continuity, there are still references to the previous series - the fact that half of Voyager's crew are Maquis, that one of them is a Cardassian in disguise, and the Romulans make a cameo appearance all tie the series to its roots.

With the conclusion of TNG, everyone was expecting something fresh and different. Voyager manages to succeed in part, but the first series is a little weak. Clanger episodes include 'Parallax', where Voyager gets stuck in a quantum singularity (black hole) and has to break free by punching a hole in the event horizon. I was laughing my head off watching that! Poor science sticks out like a Vidiian thumb!

However, it appears that lessons have been learned from DS9.
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