Next Episode of Star Trek: Enterprise is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Star Trek: Enterprise (ENT) focuses on the 22nd century adventures of Captain Jonathan Archer aboard the Enterprise NX-01 during the early days of interstellar travel. The NX designation indicates that this Enterprise is an experimental prototype; Archer's ship is Earth's first vessel designed for long-range exploration of the galaxy. Prior to the development of warp engines that could reach a velocity of warp 5, missions of this nature were impossible. At warp 2, only a handful of inhabited planets were within a year's travel from Earth. But at warp 5, that number increases to ten thousand planets! It is Archer's job to visit as many of those worlds as he can. At 190 meters long, the NX-01 is a bit smaller than Kirk's Enterprise, and carries a crew complement of just eighty-three men and women, all human, with the exception of the Vulcan science officer and the Denobulan doctor. Unlike the starships of the four other Star Trek series, this Enterprise doesn't have deflector shields or phasers, but it does come equipped with a phase cannon and a rudimentary transporter that functions efficiently most of the time.
The sinister Suliban insist that Archer be turned over to them -- and with Archer nowhere to be found aboard the ship. He's stuck in the 31st century, in a decimated city with Daniels, whose intent is to save the future by protecting the past -- and Archer.
T'Pol entertains Archer and Trip with the tale of a crash-landed Vulcan ship, whose stranded crew lived in disguise among the denizens of a Pennsylvania mining town circa 1957.
Archer's awkward breakfast with Reed is interrupted when the Enterprise enters a minefield and Reed has to defuse an explosive affixed to the hull.
Following the ordeal in the minefield, the crew links up with an automated repair vessel that troubles Archer when its computer steals information from the Enterprise's data banks.
Archer is fuming after the Kreetassans refuse to part with parts for Enterprise because of a diplomatic gaffe involving his dog, Porthos, who then falls ill with a mysterious disorder. But Dr. Phlox thinks there's more to Archer's rants than meets the ear.
Archer and Trip visit an alien colony seeking deuterium fuel, but their suspicions are aroused when the planet's drillers prove reluctant to deal with them. Aboard Enterprise, Mayweather's sensors detect an approaching Klingon vessel.
A disturbing incident from T'Pol's past prompts her to seek Archer's help in apprehending a renegade undercover Vulcan agent wanted for smuggling biotoxins used to make weapons.
Archer and Reed go undercover on a preatomic-era alien world to retrieve a communicator Reed left behind on a previous visit, and they're captured and held as spies.
As the Enterprise nears a black hole, members of the crew are exposed to radiation, which causes them to become increasingly obsessed with mundane tasks. Trip, for example, can't stop tinkering with the captain's chair, while Phlox is fiercely determined to find the cause of Mayweather's headache.
Hoshi is convinced her body's molecules are destabilizing after enduring a traumatic trip through the Enterprise transporter to escape a sudden storm on a primitive planet.
Trip discovers a kidnapped Krios royal aboard an alien freighter, but her haughty behavior interferes with Trip's rescue efforts when the pair must share a cramped pod.
After rescuing a group of stranded aliens, the Enterprise is caught in a perilous ion storm, compelling the crew to retire to the safety of the ship's reinforced -- but cramped -- catwalk.
Trip is marooned after his shuttle is downed by an Arkonian pilot whose ship crashes on the same moon, while Archer's search is stalled by the Arkonians' distrust of T'Pol.
T'Pol's health is jeopardized by a rare illness associated with mind melders, because that sect is ostracized by Vulcan society, she tries to keep her disease a secret, while Dr. Phlox researches methods of treatment.
The Enterprise is caught in the midst of an age-old feud when Archer is ordered to mediate a bloody planetary dispute between the Andorians and their long-time Vulcan nemeses.
Archer's interest in a human body recovered from a crashed spacecraft takes a backseat to threats posed by the Suliban and the Tholians, both of whom seek the craft.
Following a seemingly successful first contact mission, Archer and Trip are charged with smuggling and imprisoned aboard a penal vessel, where several inmates plot escape.
Trip and several other members of the Enterprise crew are possessed by ghostly beings after the ship is swallowed up by a massive alien vessel.
Archer is put on trial by the Klingons and accused by a disgraced Klingon officer of having his battle-cruiser crippled by the Enterprise in a firefight, and of aiding rebels of the Empire, but he finds a friend in his defender, Kolos.
Mayweather is granted leave to visit his family after the sudden death of his father, a cargo-ship captain. But his return to the old vessel is complicated by family tension. Meanwhile, Archer and Trip invite a reluctant T'Pol to see a movie.
The rescue of a damaged transport prompts the Denobulan Phlox to confront his prejudices when he treats an Antaran, whose people are sworn enemies of Phlox's. Other Denobulans are holed up in an underground cave, where Trip, Reed and Mayweather are dispatched to retrieve them.
Enterprise's first contact with the Vissian race proves mutually rewarding until Trip befriends an alien couple's congenitor -- a being used for breeding purposes only.
Enterprise searches for a party of missing scientific researchers who vanished from the Arctic after discovering a crashed spacecraft and its dormant cybernetic crew.
Stunned by the death of a former Starfleet rival, Archer grudgingly recalls their competitive relationship to T'Pol as they probe a nebula during a shuttle voyage.
A crafty Tellarite tricks Archer into boarding his ship to collect a bounty from the Klingons; T'Pol's mating cycle is kick-started after she is contaminated by a stray microbe while exploring a desert planet.
The Enterprise is recalled to Earth after a mysterious alien probe kills millions. Complicating matters are the machinations of a vengeful Klingon.
John Billingsley(Dr. Phlox)
Scott Bakula(Captain Jonathan Archer)
Linda Park(Ensign Hoshi Sato)
Connor Trinneer(Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III)
Anthony Montgomery(Ensign Travis Mayweather)
Dominic Keating(Lieutenant Malcolm Reed)
Jolene Blalock(Commander T'Pol)
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