There are few franchises with the same longevity as Gene Roddenberry’s Star Trek. By the ‘90s, the franchise was on its third spin-off TV series, had released six successful motion pictures, and is still going today.

The fourth outing in the Trek TV universe, Voyager, was pioneering in a number of ways. It not only introduced the first female captain in Kate Mulgrews’ indomitable Captain Janeway, but it began to heavily utilize computer-generated imagery (CGI) rather than models for the ship for the first time in the show’s history.

Along with its fearless female leader, the show also introduced ...

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