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Star Trek: Enterprise, titled simply Enterprise for its first two seasons, is an American science fiction television series created by Rick Berman and Brannon Braga. It originally aired from September 26, 2001, to May 13, 2005 on United Paramount Network (UPN). The sixth series in the Star Trek franchise, it is a prequel to Star Trek: The Original Series. Set in the 22nd century, a hundred years before the events of The Original Series, it follows the adventures of the Enterprise, Earth's first starship capable of traveling at warp five, as it explores the galaxy and encounters various alien species.

The Enterprise was intentionally equipped with less-advanced technologies than those seen in previous series (which occurred later on the Star Trek timeline). It had no tractor beam, but utilized grappler cables; and used missiles instead of particle weapons (see Weapons in Star Trek); in Season 1, phase cannons were added, similar to those on the Enterprise in The Original Series. It had only limited means of synthesizing foods and other consumable items.[2] Communications Officer Linguist Hoshi Sato's expertise in linguistics helps compensate for the lack of the advanced universal translator.[4]

Prior to the end of Star Trek: Voyager and following the end of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine in June 1999, Paramount approached Rick Berman and Brannon Braga about the production of a fifth Star Trek series, either to overlap with the final season of Voyager or to immediately follow.[42] Berman had previously created Star Trek: Deep Space Nine along with Michael Piller, Voyager with Piller and Jeri Taylor,[2] and had been wanting to work with Braga on a series concept. While the fans online were suggesting that it could either be based on Starfleet Academy or the adventures of Hikaru Sulu, the producers took care that no information was leaked to reveal what the concept was going to be.[3] They later revealed that the Academy idea was never properly considered.[43]

A number of directors of episodes in other Star Trek series returned to work on Enterprise. These included former Star Trek alumni, such as LeVar Burton, AKA Geordi La Forge from The Next Generation; and Robert Duncan McNeill, who played Tom Paris on Voyager. Roxann Dawson was also announced to direct at the start of the series, having previously played B'Elanna Torres, also on Voyager.[57] She went on to direct ten episodes of the series.[47] After the first season, most of the series's writers were fired by Braga, except Chris Black[12] who was promoted to co-executive producer for the second season. Former The X-Files and The Lone Gunmen writer John Shiban joined the writing team and was also named co-executive producer. Berman called the recruitment of Shiban a "coup" for the series.[58] Shiban stayed for the second season, while Black left after the third.[59]

Braga explained that the most difficult casting was that for T'Pol, as they were seeking a Kim Cattrall type. Blalock and Marjorie Monaghan were among the final three to be considered for the part, with Blalock gaining the role,[69] despite her agents rejecting requests for her to attend auditions early in the casting process.[70] By the time that Blalock auditioned in the final group, the crew had seen hundreds of actresses, according to Berman. His main issue at the time was to find a "beautiful woman who can act and doesn't want to go right into feature films".[49] Blalock was excited about the casting as she had been a lifelong Star Trek fan, with her favourite character being Spock.[43] Bakula's casting as Archer was announced via press release on May 10, 2001.[71] However, some of the British media mistook the announcement for Bakula taking over from Patrick Stewart.[72][73] Details of the rest of the main cast were released on May 15,[74] with the rest of the character details publicised the following day.[75]

On February 3, 2005, it was announced that Enterprise had been canceled.[106] This news was passed to the cast and crew during the sixth day of production on "In a Mirror, Darkly".[107] The end of the series marked the first time in 18 years that no new Star Trek episodes were scheduled for broadcast,[108] and Enterprise was the first live-action series of the franchise since The Original Series to last less than seven years.[109] Braga said at a talk to students in Los Angeles shortly after the news of the cancellation was released that "After 18 straight years on the air and 750-some episodes, the current run of Star Trek is over. Which is a good thing. It needs a rest".[110] He added that he was not sure how long Star Trek would be off the air, but called it a "gestation" instead of a "cancellation".[110] 350c69d7ab


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