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If a show needs more than a season to find its stride - especially back at a time when a season meant a full two dozen episodes - then it's off my list.
As for Voyager - to me this one's near the bottom of the list, because by that time they had seriously run out of ideas. Of course that might not be that obvious if you haven't already seen everything that came before it.
Enterprise is pretty good
- first Enterprise in space didn't even have big phasers on the ship
- captain didn't always take the high-road; much more human
- no prime directive
- no federation
- sort of a prequel
I watched it all, but didn't like the physics in it. The "blink drive" bugged me especially. "Oh let's plug this chip into our existing drive and all of a sudden we can be anywhere in the universe instantaneously."
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I really like The Expanse, whose third season is planned to air on April, 11th.
A story where Earth is confronted to two other entities who arose upon space conquest: Mars, and its military-based society, and the people living in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.
If you did not see it yet, you may enjoy it.
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