Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 1 (2001 - 2002)



Critic Consensus: While some may find Star Trek: Enterprise a welcome return to a familiar universe, it's equally as likely to repel those uninterested in mining stories from the franchise's past.


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Air date: Sep 26, 2001
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In the first series of this prequel set 100 years before the original "Star Trek" series, follow the adventures of Captain Jonathan Archer and his crew as they explore unknown parts of the galaxy. Series 1 sees the introduction of the Klingons, the exploration of Earth's first colonization attempt outside the solar system, the infiltration of an enemy into the Enterprise and much more.


Scott Bakula
as Capt. Jonathan Archer
Connor Trinneer
as Chief Engineer Trip Tucker
Jolene Blalock
as Sub Cdr. T'Pol
Dominic Keating
as Lt. Malcolm Reed
Anthony Montgomery
as Ens. Travis Mayweather
Linda Park
as Ens. Hoshi Sato
Vaughn Armstrong
as Adm. Forrest
Lawrence Monoson
as Ryan Cross
Jane Carr
as Mary Reed
Stephen Lee
as Klingon Capt.
Bruce French
as Vulcan Elder
Gregory Itzin
as Capt. Sopek
Guy Siner
as Stuart Reed
Christopher Darga
as Klingon Captain
Paula Malcomson
as Madeline Reed
Chris Rydell
as Alien Astronaut
Michael O'Hagan
as Capt. Fraddock
Danny Goldring
as Nausicaan Captain
Joseph Hindy
as Prah Mantoos
John Rosenfeld
as Mark Latrelle
Regi Davis
as Klingon 1st Officer
David Kagen
as Maj. Klev
Charles Lucia
as Capt. Keene
Alex Nivel
as Menk Man
Geoff Mead
as Dee'Ahn
D. Elliot Woods
as Nausicaan Prisoner
Barbara Tarbuck
as Chancellor Kalev
James Ingersoll
as Alien Man
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Critic Reviews for Star Trek: Enterprise Season 1

All Critics (11) | Top Critics (3)

Star Trek will be presenting a very passionate series - and captain. As such, it ought to be an ex- tremely successful Enterprise.

Oct 24, 2017 | Rating: 3.5/5 | Full Review…

The two-hour series première shows some promise but is strangely ham-fisted.

Jun 28, 2018 | Full Review…

It takes Star Trek so far backward that it's like Buffy becoming a sex slave chained to a bed for the rest of her television career.

Apr 16, 2018 | Full Review…

Enterprise won't ever overcome its reputation as the series that ripped apart the fanbase.

Oct 27, 2017 | Full Review…

Arguably, in the Star Trek universe, military technology is intimately linked to political ideology. And at least during the time frame of the first season of Enterprise, Starfleet appears more interested in exploration than colonization.

Oct 24, 2017 | Full Review…

The show not only gives its devoted fans what they love most -- continuity monitoring -- but rejuvenates a somewhat tired notion.

Oct 23, 2018 | Full Review…
Top Critic

It made the mistake of looking backward, something that has plagued the franchise ever since.

Oct 27, 2017 | Full Review…

While this could've provided a lot of interesting 'in the beginning' moments, the producers rapidly fell prey to the bad habits of previous Trek series by lazily recycling elements of previous shows instead of creating new people and places.

Oct 24, 2017 | Rating: 6/10 | Full Review…

Every Star Trek franchise has wobbled slightly before finding its feet, but none have lurched about like a drunken Gorn quite so much as Enterprise.

Oct 24, 2017 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…

It's entertaining and spins a good yarn, but it sometimes lacks depth.

Oct 24, 2017 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 1

Out of all the Star Trek series and films, Enterprise is easily the most overlooked, and was the only one since the original to be cancelled. This isn't because it wasn't as good as the rest, but simply the way it was marketed. The show is in fact a prequel to Kirk's Enterprise, and does take place before the Federation, but what the show lacks in technology, is more than made up for with realism and some of the best character development in the Star Trek franchise. 100 years after Zefren Cochrane's warp flight, the human race has had enough of Vulcans holding them back, and have created the first warp five star ship in human history. Over the Vulcan's objections, Jonathan Archer (Scott Bakula), the son of the engines designer, has been selected to Captain the ship and explore a galaxy that humans know very little about. This show is extremely important to the franchise and all Trekkies, as it not only shows humanities first trip out of our solar system and first contact with all the races we've come to know over the years, but the show fills in a lot of the gaps from all the other series and films! Enterprise explores the origins of Data's creator, the Eugenic Wars (which created Khan), the development of many protocols and much of the tech we see on future ships, but most important of all the series shows how the foundation for the Federation and the creation of star fleet all came together. Enterprise was also unique for it's character development and realism, in that it takes place in the not to distant future. We get to know the crew intimately, from their fears to their families, and we see them doing and discussing things never before seen in Star Trek. The Enterprise crew has a classic movie night, watches sports on TV, has pets, and they even talk about sex. The cast is lead by Scott Bakula, which was another great move by producers. Casting a veteran science fiction actor, whose been in long running series, automatically gives him that air of experience and authority that Picard had. He's also a younger man, so with no federation policies in place yet, Archer can be just as much of a risk taker as Kirk was, even more so. Star Trek Enterprise was extremely enjoyable, and a series people could relate to more than any other in the Star Trek franchise. The show isn't simply about the future and the Federation, it's about what it means to be human and how that compares to other species. It shows what we need to do in order to get along with and understand other cultures, but most of all it fills in so many holes from previous films and episodes, that it truly was the missing link. Unfortunately for Star Trek fans, the show barely made a hundred episodes, because it was on a dying network, that folded shortly after the show was cancelled, screwing us trekkies out of three more seasons. As with all the previous series, the story has been continued in books, but in this case, the books were written by the main writers of the series, and do encompass everything that would have happened in seasons five, six, and seven.


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Going where no Trek series has gone before, Enterprise is a daring and edgy science-fiction television show. Set as a prequel to the other Trek series, the show has a few drawbacks, but it's also able to make old things new and put a spin on the familiar aliens and technologies of Star Trek. The series is also able to find a good balance of serial and episodic storytelling in Season 1 by having one-off adventures and an overarching plot involving a Temporal Colds War. However, the character dynamics are a bit hit and miss, though the Archer and T'Pol relationship is quite compelling. Season 1 of Enterprise provides a thrilling and adventurous journey into an uncharted part of the Star Trek Universe for both new viewers and dedicated fans alike.


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