Star Trek: New Voyages

Star Trek Phase II Premiered Jan 16, 2004 In Season


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Star Trek: New Voyages

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These are the new voyages of the starship Enterprise. Picking up from where the original five-year mission left off, a new cast continues the journey of this legendary crew. Follow the new adventures of Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, Dr. McCoy, Scotty, Sulu, Chekov, Uhura and Chapel. Joining them are returning classic characters including Rand, DeSalle and Kyle as well as a new foe, Klingon Commander Kargh. New Voyages is an independent online sci-fi series that continues the adventures of the original Star Trek series. It fills in the missing years between the end of the series in 1969 and the first motion picture in 1979. New Voyages has so far garnered over 20 million downloads and has been featured in numerous television and news stories including CNN, the Washington Post and 'Star Trek: Communicator' the official Star Trek magazine.

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Ben Tolpin

Ben Tolpin

Commander Spock

Charles Root

Charles Root

Lt.Cmdr. Montgomery Scott

James Cawley

James Cawley

Captain James T. Kirk

Majel Barrett

Majel Barrett

STNV Computer Voice

Andy Bray

Andy Bray

Lt. Pavel Chekov

Ed Abbate

Ed Abbate


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    5) "Blood and Fire, Part 2" - November 20, 2009

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  • what an amazing series

    Just finished watching the seies and considering its made by fans it's the best series yet !!! It sticks to the Roddenberry ethos but allows for more character development and story telling in a way that leaves you needing to see more. Bravo and a hearty well done to all involved you have done an amazing job THANKYOU !!!!!
  • By the fans for the fans.

    Ever wanted a 4th season of TOS? well this is the closest thing to it and for an amateur production it is actually very impressive. The show has an amateur start but grows and grows with confidence and quality as more episodes are produced and everyone knows what they are doing, especially on the visual effects side and indeed original cast members have even guest starred in the show The production crew have done an exceptional job in re creating the sets of the original show especially the bridge which was apparently used in the ENT episode "In the mirror darkly" such was it's quality. The writing is also original, with DC Fontana penning some episodes and they are engaging to watch unlike the official Star Trek Enterprise. The acting quality is solid too, the actors haven't tried to do impersonations of the original cast but have provided their own interpretations of the characters which is interesting to see once you have adjusted to it.

    Overall it is well worth watching this, You will see it evolve before your eyes and it is great to see original characters like Checkov and Sulu explored more fully than they ever were in the original series.moreless
  • I've gotten used to this show.

    I like characters and I love the 4D graphics they use to project the ships. I don't like the pilot "Come What May" it's what should I say a little boring. I'm a Trekkie and I love the concept of this show. I love the episode "In Harms Way" that has a lot of action in it and I love action. But Dr. Bones in the (TOS)-"The Original Series" he had more of a temper than the Bones in this series I think they need to work on that. I think "James Cawley" is lucky to have his own Star Trek series.moreless

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