Articles for Star Trek: Voyager Season 7

Following the exploits of the Starfleet vessel USS Voyager, the series Star Trek: Voyager is the fourth incarnation of the Star Trek franchise.  It was created by Rick Berman, Michael Piller and Jeri Taylor and was produced for seven seasons.  It aired from 1995 to 2001, subsequent to the series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.Far from home, the USS Voyager was stranded in the Delta Quadrant, 75,000 light-years from Earth.  In pursuit of a renegade Maquis ship, the crew fell victim to the ancient alien called the Caretaker, causing both aircrafts to perish and eventually merge.  The Maqius squad boarded the Voyager, joining the Starfleet troop.  They estimated their journey home to take 75 years, but the perils they encounter make the time feel longer than they thought.  As they maneuver the dangerous Badlands, they are continuously plagued by antagonistic forces jeopardizing their voyage. Read more »
We‘re just days away from 2011 Comic-Con and our interview countdown continues today with Executive Story Editor for Warehouse 13, Benjamin Raab.   Raab will be one of the panelists appearing at BuddyTV‘s "Obsession: "How TV and Movies Go from Fascination to Phenomenon" panel this Thursday (July 21 at 11am in Room 23ABC). He recently took some time to discuss season 3 mysteries, guest stars, Warehouse 13 favorites and Comic-Con.   Read more »
In a little more than a week, Chuck season 5 will premiere, bringing the world‘s best Burbank-based spies back into our lives. If you don‘t want to wait for the premiere, then we‘ve got a treat for you! NBC has released two clips from the Chuck season 5 premiere, "Chuck vs. the Zoom." Read more »
The Star Trek universe is growing and returning to TV. In the midst of the success of the Star Trek revival on the big screen, CBS has ordered a new series from the franchise to stream on its service, CBS All-Access. With the films‘ producers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci now over at CBS TV Studios, it was only a matter of time before they expanded this project back to the small screen. Read more »