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This is the series finale to ‘Star Trek: Voyager’ at the end of Season 7. It’s a two-hour finale featuring the Voyager team. It sees them returning home after their long voyage through the Delta Quadrant.
The story begins in the future in the 25th century, where it has been ten years since Voyager returned after 23 years in the Delta Quadrant. I was shocked that it took so long for Voyager to get home.
In the future, Janeway is an admiral, Harry Kim is a captain, Tom and B’Elanna are still married with a grown-up daughter and the Doctor has married a gorgeous blonde. But everything’s not plain sailing.
Seven was killed during an away mission, Chakotay has died following the heartbreak of the loss of Seven whom he had a romance with, and Tuvok is ill and unstable due to a mental condition he has.
It’s a future that Admiral Janeway’s not happy with as she becomes determined to go on a mission to change history. She travels back in time and returns to Voyager still voyaging in the Delta Quadrant.
Janeway hopes to get the Voyager crew and her younger self back home to the Alpha Quadrant sooner than later. But they have to deal with Borg cubes first and a hub of gateways along the way.
The story’s guest cast includes Alice Krige who returns as the Borg Queen from ‘Star Trek: First Contact’. There’s also Dwight Schultz as Barclay, who first contacted Voyager in the Delta Quadrant.
There’s also Vaughn Armstrong as Korath the Klingon; Manu Intriaymi as Icheb,, Lisa Locicero as Miral Paris, Tom and B’Elanna’s daughter and Richard Herd as Admiral Owen Paris, Tom Paris’ father.
‘Endgame’ is a touching and well-deserved finale for the ‘Voyager’ series. It’s great to see the Voyager crew against the Borg one last time and is a very emotional and heart-breaking series finale.
‘Endgame’ (VOY) rating – 9/10
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