Mostly written monday:
Over this past weekend I binge watched multiple different Star Treks and found a new love for the series. Of the different Star Trek series that I found on Netflix, I enjoyed Star Trek: Voyager the most and found it easiest to watch while I'm still breaking into the Star Trek Universe. The graphics aren't too dated and the characters are very like-able. The series breaks the traditional mold by forcing the Star Trek crew into a completely different unexplored part of the universe. On a mission hunting the Marquis, a rouge group against space fleet, the crew of the U.S.S. Voyager and The Marquis Ship are transported to the Delta Quadrant of Space and must together embark on a 75 year trip back home.
The characters are fun, and work well together. The captain, Katherine Janeway, is by far the most likable character of the cast and holds the crew together well through some troubling times. The series is infinitely clever in its single episode plot lines and characters experience a lot of growth over the entire series.
North Cobb Magnet Senior. Senior Producer for Tomahawk Today. Secretary of the Senior Class. SkillsUSA State Champion and Chapter Officer. Most importantly and aspiring filmmaker. A couple of other things too.