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Title Episode Production number Stardate US release date
"Unimatrix Zero, Part II" 7x01 40840-247 54014.4 2000-10-04
"Imperfection" 7x02 40840-248 54129.4 2000-10-11
"Drive" 7x03 40840-249 54058.6 2000-10-18
"Repression" 7x04 40840-251 54090.4 2000-10-25
"Critical Care" 7x05 40840-250 Unknown 2000-11-01
"Inside Man" 7x06 40840-252 54208.3 2000-11-08
"Body and Soul" 7x07 40840-255 54238.3 2000-11-15
"Nightingale" 7x08 40840-256 54274.7 2000-11-22
"Flesh and Blood" 7x09/10 40841-253/40841-254 54315.3–54337.5 2000-11-29
"Shattered" 7x11 40840-257 Unknown 2001-01-17
"Lineage" 7x12 40840-258 54452.6 2001-01-24
"Repentance" 7x13 40840-259 54474.6 2001-01-31
"Prophecy" 7x14 40840-260 54518.2–54529.8 2001-02-07
"The Void" 7x15 40840-261 54553.4–54562.7 2001-02-14
"Workforce" 7x16 40840-262 54584.3–54608.6 2001-02-21
"Workforce, Part II" 7x17 40840-263 54622.4 2001-02-28
"Human Error" 7x18 40840-264 Unknown 2001-03-07
"Q2" 7x19 40840-265 54704.5 2001-04-11
"Author, Author" 7x20 40840-266 54732.3 2001-04-18
"Friendship One" 7x21 40840-267 54775.4 2001-04-25
"Natural Law" 7x22 40840-268 54827.7 2001-05-02
"Homestead" 7x23 40840-269 54868.6 2001-05-09
"Renaissance Man" 7x24 40840-270 54890.7 2001-05-16
"Endgame" 7x25/26 40840-748 (40840-271/40840-272) 54973.4 2001-05-23


This was the final season of Star Trek: Voyager.

A multitude of familiar aliens are revisited for a final shout including the Ferengi in "Inside Man", the Hirogen in "Flesh and Blood", the Klingons in "Prophecy", the Hierarchy in "The Void" and "Renaissance Man", the Q in "Q2", and the Talaxians in "Homestead".

"Drive" sees Tom Paris and B'Elanna Torres pilot the Delta Flyer in a "trans-stellar rally" before finally tying the knot, and in "Body and Soul", Seven of Nine is forced to hide The Doctor's program in her cybernetic implant. In "Q2" John de Lancie returns with his errant son, desperate for the assistance of "Aunt Kathy" which completes the "Q" story arc begun in seasons two and three, and in "Author, Author", the crew get to play in the holodeck alongside adulterated versions of themselves, when The Doctor publishes his first holonovel to less than stellar reviews.

After marrying in "Drive", B'Elanna Torres and Tom Paris' relationship, Torres discovers that she is pregnant in "Lineage", before contending with a group of Klingons convinced she is carrying the Klingon Messiah in "Prophecy". Ultimately, Torres gives birth at the very moment Voyager bursts into the Alpha Quadrant from inside an exploding Borg sphere in the series finale "Endgame".

The series finale, "Endgame" was watched by 8.8 million viewers, significantly less than the show's premiere episode, "Caretaker" with 21.3 million viewers. [1] Still, it pulled in the highest ratings since the premiere episode of the fourth season, "Scorpion, Part II". Referring to "Endgame" as "the right kind of Star Trek programming", UPN President Tom Nunan publicly declared, "The Voyager finale bodes extremely well for Enterprise's première next fall." (Star Trek Monthly issue 82, p. 8)

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Executive Producers

Consulting Producer: Brannon Braga

Creative Consultants
Supervising Producers

Producer: J.P. Farrell


Associate Producer: Stephen Welke
Executive Story Editor: Michael Taylor

Story Editors

Unit Production Manager: Brad Yacobian
Production Coordinator: Diane Overdiek

First Assistant Directors

Second Assistant Director: Michael DeMeritt
Second Second Assistant Director: Lorri Fischer
Script Supervisor: Jan Rudolph
Science Consultant: Andre Bormanis
Production Designer: Richard James
Art Director: Louise Dorton
Set Designer: Tim Earls
Senior Illustrator/Technical Consultant: Rick Sternbach
Scenic Arts Supervisor/Technical Consultant: Michael Okuda

Scenic Artists

Construction Coordinator: Al Smutko
Property Master: Alan Sims
Set Decorator: Jim Mees
Director of Photography: Marvin Rush, ASC
Chief Lighting Technician: Bill Peets
First Company Grip: Randy Burgess
Video Operator: Ben Betts
Special Effects: Richard Ratliff
Stunt Coordinator: Dennis Madalone
Video Supervisor: Denise Okuda
Hair Designer: Josee Normand

Hair Stylists

Make-Up Designed and Supervised By: Michael Westmore

Make-Up Artists

Costume Designer: Robert Blackman
Wardrobe Supervisor: Carol Kunz

Key Costumers

Supervising Sound Editor: Bill Wistrom
Supervising Sound Effects Editor: Jim Wolvington

Sound Editors
Set Security

Casting Executive: Helen Mossler

Casting Directors

Original Casting By: Nan Dutton, CSA

Film Editors

Assistant Editor: Noel A. Guerra


(Not a complete list)

  • Dennis McCarthy ("Unimatrix Zero, Part II", "Critical Care", "Body and Soul", "Lineage", "Workforce", "Workforce, Part II", "Natural Law", "Renaissance Man")
  • David Bell ("Imperfection", "Flesh and Blood", "Nightingale", "Prophecy", "Homestead")
  • Jay Chattaway ("Drive", "Repression", "Shattered", "The Void", "Human Error", "Author, Author", "Endgame")
  • Paul Baillargeon ("Inside Man", "Repentance", "Q2", "Friendship One")

Music Editor: Gerry Sackman
Visual Effects Producer: Dan Curry

Visual Effects Supervisors
Visual Effects Coordinators

Visual Effects Assistant Editor: Edward Hoffmeister
Visual Effects Associate: Chad Zimmerman
Sound Mixer: Alan Bernard
Camera Operator: Douglas Knapp
Post Production Coordinator: Monique K. Chambers
Script Coordinator: Maggie Allen

Production Associates
Production Assistants

Transportation Captain: Stu Satterfield


Location Manager: Lisa White
Publicity: Rachel Fox
Assistant to Publicist: Candice Clark
Production Accountant: Suzi Shimizu
DGA Trainee: Mark Rabinowitz

Filmed with Panavision Cameras and Lenses

Main Title Design by
Post Production Sound by

Digital Optical Effects: Composite Image Systems

Editing Facilities
Computer Generated Effects

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Seasons of
Star Trek: Voyager
Final season in series