Was Star Trek: Enterprise any good?

Was Star Trek: Enterprise any good?

Star Trek: Enterprise is perhaps the most maligned series in the franchise’s history, so much so that it’s credited with Star Trek’s long absence from pop culture until the sleek J.J. Abrams reboot. Enterprise ultimately failed in its uneasy relationship with canon in early seasons and poor characterization.

Is Jolene Blalock still acting?

Her appearance in A Man For Every Month was back in 2017 and she hasn’t been on screen since. To say Blalock’s say her acting career after Enterprise has been lukewarm could be a stretch. It is head-scratching. But it’s not to say her life after Enterprise has not been fulfilling.

How many Starship Enterprise series are there?

four seasons
The series aired for 98 episodes across four seasons, centering on the adventures of the 22nd century starship Enterprise. They are the first deep space explorers in Starfleet, using the first Warp 5 equipped vessel.

What happened to 7 of 9 on Star Trek Voyager?

Seven of Nine’s backstory was explained during the course of Star Trek: Voyager. She was born on the Tendara Colony on Stardate 25479 to Magnus and Erin Hansen, and was named Annika. Two years later, Seven of Nine, along with three other drones, crashed on a planet and they were separated from the Borg Collective.

Who does t POL end up with?

In my ending, those above scenarios happened. But T’pol and Trip finished servings for the full 10 years but remained together after Baby Elizabeth (the cloned one) died.

What illness does Jolene Blalock have?

Pa’nar’s syndrome
The main plot revolves around Sub-commander T’Pol (Jolene Blalock), who suffers from Pa’nar’s syndrome – a deadly telepathic disease that she contracted during a “mind meld” – the sharing of thoughts and memories through touch with another Vulcan – in last season’s episode “Fusion.”

Did Star Trek Enterprise actually happen?

Nothing they did would matter. After four seasons of low ratings Enterprise, by then retitled Star Trek: Enterprise, was cancelled in 2005. Enterprise’s producers never had any faith in Star Trek fans and so it wasn’t long before Star Trek fans lost faith in them.