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Enterprise
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Production
Abbreviation: ENT
Original media: episodes
Other media: novels, short stories & video games
In-universe
Setting: 2150s
Location: Enterprise (NX-01)
NX01
The Enterprise NX-01 in the 2150s
Entcrew
The crew of Enterprise in the 2150s

Star Trek: Enterprise (originally entitled Enterprise during its first two seasons) was the fifth live-action incarnation of Star Trek. As a television series it ran from September 26, 2001 to May 13, 2005, spanning four seasons before it was canceled due to low ratings. The series continues in novels and other media.

OverviewEdit

The series depicts the voyages of Earth's first warp five starship, the Enterprise (NX-01). The series began with a focus on Humanity's early deep space exploration. Recurring story arcs in the series included: the interstellar-politics of the era, pointing towards the eventual formation of the United Federation of Planets; growing hostilities with the Romulan Star Empire, building up the Earth-Romulan War; and the Temporal Cold War.

In addition to the Enterprise itself settings for the series include: The Enterprise's sister ship, the Columbia and Earth and its galactic neighbors, including the Confederacy of Vulcan, the Andorian Empire, the Klingon Empire and the Romulan Star Empire. Other antagonists in the series have included the Suliban Cabal and the Xindi.

CharactersEdit

The primary characters in the series are the crew of the Enterprise: Captain Jonathan Archer; Charles "Trip" Tucker III, the chief engineer; T'Pol, the Vulcan first officer and science officer; Phlox, the Denobulan chief medical officer; Malcolm Reed, the tactic officer, come Section 31 spy; Hoshi Sato, a linguist and communications officer; and Travis Mayweather at the helm.

Prominent recurring characters include: The Andorian Shran; Ambassador Soval, of Vulcan; Starfleet admiral Maxwell Forrest; Erika Hernandez, captain of the Columbia; Future Guy, and his Suliban henchman Silik; and the enigmatic time traveler Daniels.

MediaEdit

EpisodesEdit

Star Trek: Enterprise aired ninety-eight episodes (including five two-parters) over the course of four seasons. Due to declining ratings, the series was canceled during its fourth season.

Star Trek: Enterprise episodes
Season 1 "Broken Bow" • "Fight or Flight" • "Strange New World" • "Unexpected" • "Terra Nova" • "The Andorian Incident" • "Breaking the Ice" • "Civilization" • "Fortunate Son" • "Cold Front" • "Silent Enemy" • "Dear Doctor" • "Sleeping Dogs" • "Shadows of P'Jem" • "Shuttlepod One" • "Fusion" • "Rogue Planet" • "Acquisition" • "Oasis" • "Detained" • "Vox Sola" • "Fallen Hero" • "Desert Crossing" • "Two Days and Two Nights" • "Shockwave"
Season 2 "Shockwave" • "Carbon Creek" • "Minefield" • "Dead Stop" • "A Night in Sickbay" • "Marauders" • "The Seventh" • "The Communicator" • "Singularity" • "Vanishing Point" • "Precious Cargo" • "The Catwalk" • "Dawn" • "Stigma" • "Cease Fire" • "Future Tense" • "Canamar" • "The Crossing" • "Judgment" • "Horizon" • "The Breach" • "Cogenitor" • "Regeneration" • "First Flight" • "Bounty" • "The Expanse"
Season 3 "The Xindi" • "Anomaly" • "Extinction" • "Rajiin" • "Impulse" • "Exile" • "The Shipment" • "Twilight" • "North Star" • "Similitude" • "Carpenter Street" • "Chosen Realm" • "Proving Ground" • "Stratagem" • "Harbinger" • "Doctor's Orders" • "Hatchery" • "Azati Prime" • "Damage" • "The Forgotten" • "" • "The Council" • "Countdown" • "Zero Hour"
Season 4 "Storm Front" • "Home" • "Borderland" • "Cold Station 12" • "The Augments" • "The Forge" • "Awakening" • "Kir'Shara" • "Daedalus" • "Observer Effect" • "Babel One" • "United" • "The Aenar" • "Affliction" • "Divergence" • "Bound" • "In a Mirror, Darkly" • "Demons" • "Terra Prime" • "These Are the Voyages..."

ProseEdit

ByTheBook

By the Book, the first original Enterprise prose story, published in 2002

As the most recent television series of Star Trek: Enterprise has so far spawned only a limited number of stories in novels and short stories.

RelaunchEdit

Enterprise novels have expanded the series beyond its television ending. Novels in the Enterprise Relaunch initially focused on the events leading upto the Romulan War, before moving on to the events of the war itself and are currently exploring the early days of the Federation.

Crossover with Other SeriesEdit

Enterprise stories have also featured in several multi-series prose projects. The first crossover Enterprise tale was a short prelude to the The Brave and the Bold duology. Enterprise short stories and novels have also been published in the Mirror Universe and Myriad Universes series. The starship Columbia and crew play a significant role in the Destiny crossover trilogy.

The Star Trek: Department of Temporal Investigations novel Watching the Clock also concludes the Temporal Cold War arc started in the series, revealing the true identity of Future Guy.

Star Trek: Enterprise prose publications
Novelizations Broken BowShockwaveThe Expanse
Original novels set during the series By the BookWhat Price Honor?Surak's SoulDaedalusDaedalus's ChildrenLast Full MeasureRosetta
set after the series The Good That Men DoKobayashi MaruThe Romulan War (Beneath the Raptor's WingTo Brave the Storm)
Rise of the Federation (A Choice of FuturesTower of BabelUncertain Logic)
Star Trek: Enterprise collected short stories, novellas and short novels
Strange New Worlds V ("Remnant" • "A Girl for Every Star" • "Hoshi's Gift") • VI ("Savior" • "Preconceptions" • "Cabin E-14") • VII ("Earthquake Weather") • 8 ("Egg Drop Soup" • "Hero" • "Insanity") • 9 ("Rounding a Corner Already Turned" • "Mother Nature's Little Reminders" • "Mestral") • 10 ("The Dream" • "Universal Chord" • "You Are Not in Space")
Misc. short stories "Prelude: Discovery" • "Have Beagle, Will Travel: The Legend of Porthos" • "Nobunaga"
Misc. novellas & short novels "Age of the Empress" • "A Less Perfect Union"

Other mediaEdit

Phlox flashback

Phlox's comic book debut

Enterprise has not had any video games based purely on it, but the series does feature in the franchise-spanning games such as Legacy and Encounters.

Enterprise is the only Star Trek series not to have any comics based on it. The most Enterprise has so far achieved in comics are a handful of references in IDW Publishing publications: A shuttlepod appeared in TNG comic: "Captain's Pleasure" and flashback to the ENT episode: "Divergence" was included in TOS comic: "Against Their Nature", making Phlox the first, and so far only, Enterprise character to appear in a comic.

Enterprise references can be found in several of the RPG books published by Decipher, and the Star Trek: Customizable Card Game.

Whilst there are no reference works based solely on the series, elements from the series are incorporated into the Star Charts book, and Star Trek: Fact Files and Star Trek: The Collector's Edition part-work publications. Images based on Enterprise have also appeared in the Ships of the Line calendars and Ships of the Line book.

The Star Trek: The Visual Dictionary features a large section on Star Trek: Enterprise. The USS Enterprise Owners' Workshop Manual features a chapter on the Enterprise (NX-01).

Real world information about the series is detailed in Star Trek 101, and Enterprise prose is listed in Voyages of Imagination.

AppendicesEdit

Star Trek series
EnterpriseVanguard (Seekers) • The Original Series (Early VoyagesThe Animated Series) • ChallengerStarfleet AcademyThe Lost EraStargazerThe Next GenerationDeep Space NineStarship TrekkersVoyagerStarfleet AcademyNew FrontierCorps of EngineersKlingon EmpireTitanDepartment of Temporal InvestigationsOnline
Series listed in chronological order based on the starting date of the primary era each series takes place in.

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