The Federation starship USS Voyager, chasing a band of Maquis rebels, enters the dangerous space nebula known as the Badlands. Both ships are transported by a distant space probe to the Delta Quadrant, 75,000 light-years from Federation space. Voyager's crew and the Maquis form an uneasy truce to rescue crewmen of both ships, kidnapped by the probe's builder, the powerful, dying Caretaker. The Maquis ship is destroyed in a battle with the warlike Kazons. To prevent a Kazon aggression against a helpless world, Voyager destroys the space probe. Without the probe, it will take 75 years for Voyager to travel back to Federation space. With the differences between them rendered meaningless by time and distance, The Federation and Maquis crews unite aboard Voyager. Together, they embark on their new mission: to boldly go - home.
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"Are You A Voyager?" [rerun syndication tagline]
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Did You Know?
Jonathan Frakes appeared in all of the live-action Star Trek spin-offs. In addition to playing the role of Riker on The Next Generation, he also appeared in this show's episode, "Death Wish", as Commander William T. Riker. In Deep Space Nine's episode, "Defiant", he reprised his role from The Next Generation's episode "Second Chances" (as Riker duplicate Thomas Riker). In Enterprise episode "These Are The Voyages" Frakes reprised his original role as Commander William T. Riker, set during the events of Next Generation episode "The Pegasus". See more
Throughout the series, the number of crewmen on Voyager has fluctuated despite the fact that several have died over the course of the series, and only around eight have been added. The number of the crew has been as few as 125 and as many as 160. In Star Trek: Voyager: The 37's
(#2.1 August 29, 1995) it's stated to be 125. See "Personnel changes" under trivia for specifics. See more
It... he, means a great deal to you, doesn't he?
Yes, "he" does.
Several episodes, such as the show's debut and finale, were originally aired as 2-hour TV-movies. For syndication, these episodes were reedited into two-part episodes to fit one-hour timeslots. See more
Followed by Star Trek: Nemesis
Recorded at Paramount Studio Scoring Stage "M" See more