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Star Trek: Enterprise - The Complete First Season Blu-ray
Posted January 7, 2013 11:57 PM by Webmaster
CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Pictures have officially announced and detailed their upcoming Blu-ray release of Star Trek: Enterprise - The Complete First Season. The release will be available for purchase online and in stores across the nation on March 26th.
The Star Trek: Enterprise - The Complete First Season Blu-ray boasts
brand new bonus features including a multi-part, retrospective documentary called "To Boldly Go: Launching Enterprise" that gives fans an inside look at the development and production of the series and is exclusive to this collection. The documentary features interviews with the show's cast and crew, some of which were shot as recently as December 2012, as well as archival footage and behind-the-scenes clips. The documentary includes:
Part One: Countdown - Chronicles the challenges faced by the producers and creative staff as they attempt to launch a new chapter in the Star Trek saga by making the then-radical decision to create a prequel to the beloved original series. Features all new interviews with key personnel including creators Rick Berman and Brannon Braga, production designer Herman Zimmerman, technical consultants Michael and Denise Okuda, writers Andre Bormanis, Phyllis Strong and more.
Part Two: Boarding the NX-01 - Follows the team as they begin the casting process and production on the series 2-hour pilot "Broken Bow." Features all-new interviews with key cast and crew including series pilot director James L. Conway and series leads Scott Bakula ("Jonathan Archer"), Connor Trinneer ("Trip Tucker"), and Dominic Keating ("Malcolm Reed").
Part Three: First Flight - Charts the course for the rest of the series' first season including all-new interviews with key production and post-production personnel.
The six-disc Blu-ray set also includes a candid conversation with the series' creators, Rick Berman and Brannon Braga, offering a glimpse into their creative process. In addition, the Blu-ray features brand new commentaries on select episodes from the season, along with a
host of previously released special features such as deleted scenes and outtakes.
Star Trek: Enterprise recounts the adventures of the pioneers of space travel who ventured into the universe 100 years before James T. Kirk helmed the starship of the same name. Set in the 22nd century, Enterprise takes place in an era when interstellar travel is still in its infancy. Captain Jonathan Archer (Scott Bakula) has assembled a crew of brave explorers to chart the galaxy on a revolutionary spacecraft: Enterprise NX- 01. As the first human beings to venture into deep space, these men and women will experience the wonder and mystery of the final frontier as they seek out new life and new civilizations.
Content and Special Features:
Fight or Flight
Strange New World
Audio Commentary with co-creator/executive producer Brannon Braga, director James
L. Conway, visual effects producer Dan Curry and cast members Connor Trinneer
(Trip Tucker) and Dominic Keating (Malcolm Reed) on "Broken Bow"—NEW!
Audio Commentary with Brannon Braga and Rick Berman on "Broken Bow"
Text Commentary by Michael and Denise Okuda on "Broken Bow"
Deleted Scenes from "Broken Bow" (SD)
Deleted Scenes from "Fight or Flight" (SD)
In Conversation: Rick Berman and Brannon Braga—NEW! (HD)
Archival Mission Log: Creating Enterprise (SD)
Archival Mission Log: O Captain! My Captain! A Profile of Scott Bakula (SD)
Archival Mission Log: NX-01 File 02 (SD)
Cast Introduction—NEW (SD)
Network Presentation—NEW (SD)
Syndication Presentation—NEW (SD)
The Andorian Incident
Breaking the Ice
Deleted Scene from "Unexpected" (SD)
Text Commentary by Michael and Denise Okuda on "The Andorian Incident"
Archival Mission Log: Cast Impressions: Season 1 (SD)
Archival Mission Log: Enterprise Secrets (SD)
Audio commentary with writer/story editor André Bormanis and visual effects producer
Dan Curry on "Silent Enemy"—NEW!
Deleted Scene from "Sleeping Dogs" (SD)
Archival Mission Log: Star Trek Time Travel: Temporal Cold Wars and Beyond (SD)
Archival Mission Log: Admiral Forrest Takes Center Stage (SD)
Shadows of P'Jem
Audio Commentary with writers/executive story editors Mike Sussman and Phyllis
Strong on "Shadows of P'Jem"—NEW!
Audio Commentary with co-creator/executive producer Brannon Braga, director David
Livingston and cast members Connor Trinneer (Trip Tucker) and Dominic Keating
(Malcolm Reed) on "Shuttlepod One"—NEW!
Deleted Scene from "Shuttlepod One" (SD)
Archival Mission Log: Inside Shuttlepod One (SD)
Archival Mission Log: NX-01 File 01 (SD)
Archival Mission Log: NX-01 File 03 (SD)
Deleted Scenes from "Oasis" (SD)
Deleted Scenes from "Fallen Hero" (SD)
Text Commentary by Michael and Denise Okuda on "Vox Sola"
While I understand some Trekkie gripes about how it's rather sloppy in regards to continuity, I enjoyed much of Enterprise and I find it kinda funny that it's the only show that's remains canon for both the original timeline AND the JJ Abrams alternate timeline.
I watched this in Marathon form in 2005-6 season 2 then 1 year later season 3. I fell in love, so many cool little details like the upgrade of torpedoes or "red alert". Glad to have more trek coming this way on blu.
gutted fans voted for that cover, I prefered and voted for the image of the ship in blue atmosphere personally. No Malcolm Reed ;-)
Well technically Servo there is that Borg episode which relates to First Contact.
Might buy this. not a great show, and not the best season, but I'm going to push Trek on Blu-ray sales. Never owned anything but Season 1 of the original in my DVD buying days because it took so long for prices to drop! At least my wait has paid off for HD!
@aimforsilence: according to startrek.com the vote wasn't as one sided as they had hoped so they went based on the comments and created a new cover based on the "characters because that's what the series was about."
As for me, i'm not that impressed with the cover but definately day 1 buy for me.
The do kind of look like CGI characters from an Enterprise PC game or something on that cover.
Nice to see it getting a release, I stopped watching Star Trek altogether during the first 2 seasons of ENT, after having been unimpressed with the episodes I saw (and kinda felt I'd grown out of/weary of the franchise by that point, after watching TNG/DS9/VOY throughout my childhood). Apparently seasons 3 and 4 are pretty good, but might just wait for a Complete Series set given that it's only 4 seasons which may all be out by the end of 2014.
Personally, I wish they'd have kept the cover as being just "Enterprise: Season One". That said, I probably would have put it under Star in my alphabetical collection anyway. I have the Terminator show under 'Sarah Connor'.
Nope! This is the least desirable of the ST's, especially season 1. Only 3 seasons total so this shoul have been released as complete set. No effort needed for restoration like TOS and TNG so the price should also reflect that fact. Starting with that dumb theme song Enterprise has been a comedy of errors from start to BD release. I still want it, but not until all 3 seasons are available at one reasonable price.
why in the world are the deleted scenes in SD? I love that there's multiple new commentaries per episode with the writer and/or director. Paramount needs to learn from the Battlestar Galactica bluray sets as far as what kind/quality of features they should shoot for.
I'd really like to see "director's" cuts of episodes like we saw on the TNG season 2 sets, in addition to the aired cut.
PS: Any Paramount people reading this, 7.1 is total overkill. 6.1 would be more than fine and use the extra bits to improve the picture and supplemental audio quality!