Star Trek New Voyages: Phase II

The BEST episodes of Star Trek New Voyages: Phase II

Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!

The continuing voyages of Captain Kirk and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise, NCC-1701 as seen in the 1966-69 television series, Star Trek. The series was cancelled after its third season. We are restarting the series as if it were in its fourth year. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCRs3f5cMsPpoV2LGKihpBg https://vimeo.com/startreknewvoyages

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The Holiest Thing
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9.16
44 votes

#1 - The Holiest Thing

Season 1 - Episode 10 - Aired 1/17/2016

Stardate: 7713.6 Captain James T. Kirk's (Brian Gross) first encounter with the charismatic scientist Doctor Carol Marcus (Jacy King), who is specialised in Terraforming. Carol is the woman who one day will mother Kirk`s son David and also break his heart. Doctor Marcus is leading a terraforming project on Planet Lappa III that goes horribly wrong and devastates the planet. Was it her fault? Or is a mysterious black market operation behind the catastrophe? Kirk and the crew of the refitted, USS Enterprise, investigate.

Directors: Daren Dochterman
Mind-Sifter
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7.75
12 votes

#2 - Mind-Sifter

Season 1 - Episode 9 - Aired 12/1/2014

When the crew of the Enterprise is forced to accept the death of Captain Kirk, Spock and McCoy must come to terms with their own grief, but when Spock discovers a plot by the Klingons to send Kirk back in time in order destroy the Federation, it will take all the courage and abilities of the crew of the Enterprise to rescue their beloved Captain in time before he succumbs to the horrific torture of the Mind-Sifter. Modern VFX by Tobias Richter.

Enemy: Starfleet!
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7.06
162 votes

#3 - Enemy: Starfleet!

Season 1 - Episode 6 - Aired 4/22/2011

Attacked while exploring a new sector of space, Captain James T. Kirk and his crew find themselves thrust in the middle of a war. The USS Eagle, lost eight years before, is now in the clutches of a woman who bends starships and their captains to her will and has been reverse engineered into a fleet that is bent on domination and genocide. The Enterprise may be the only ship able to stop the Peshan homeworld from falling to Alersa and her enemy starfleet.

Directors: Ben Tolpin
Blood and Fire (1)
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7.03
197 votes

#4 - Blood and Fire (1)

Season 1 - Episode 4 - Aired 12/20/2008

Pursued and damaged by repeated Klingon attacks, the crew of the Enterprise must respond to the distress call from a Federation research ship. In a matter of hours the ship and crew will be consumed by a nearby star and the crew of the Enterprise will be consumed by an mysterious horror that threatens both ships as the Klingons watch and wait. Guest starring Evan Fowler and introducing Bobby Rice a Ensign Peter Kirk, nephew of the Captain. Written and Directed by David Gerrold. Teleplay by Carlos Pedraza. This episode was filmed in June of 2007.

Directors: David Gerrold
The Child
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7.00
163 votes

#5 - The Child

Season 1 - Episode 7 - Aired 4/5/2012

While the Enterprise passes through a strange energy cloud, a mysterious light force enters the ship and impregnates Ensign Isel who, within days, gives birth to a baby girl, Irska. The child grows up at a tremendous rate and while she appears to be human, it is feared she could endanger the ship after a strange alien spacecraft appears and puts everyone in jeopardy….

Directors: Jon Povill
World Enough and Time
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6.34
202 votes

#6 - World Enough and Time

Season 1 - Episode 3 - Aired 8/23/2007

A Romulan weapons test goes awry and snares the Enterprise in an inter-dimensional trap. Lt. Commander Sulu returns to find himself 30 years out of place and the key to saving the crew of the Enterprise as the precarious grasp on their own dimension begins to slip. Guest starring George Takei, who returns to the role of Hikaru Sulu, which he played on television in Star Trek (TOS) and in Star Trek: Voyager, as well as in the six feature Star Trek films.

Blood and Fire (2)
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6.25
102 votes

#7 - Blood and Fire (2)

Season 1 - Episode 5 - Aired 11/20/2009

Pursued and damaged by repeated Klingon attacks, the crew of the Enterprise must respond to the distress call from a Federation research ship. In a matter of hours the ship and crew will be consumed by a nearby star and the crew of the Enterprise will be consumed by an mysterious horror that threatens both ships as the Klingons watch and wait. Guest starring Evan Fowler and introducing Bobby Rice a Ensign Peter Kirk, nephew of the Captain. Written and Directed by David Gerrold. Teleplay by Carlos Pedraza.

Directors: David Gerrold
Kitumba
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6.25
104 votes

#8 - Kitumba

Season 1 - Episode 8 - Aired 12/31/2013

Originally a two-part story draft for the Star Trek: Phase II TV series in 1977, it was rewritten into a one-part episode for this production. A good deal of the episode takes place on Qo’nos, the Klingon homeworld: which was shot on location at Fort Ticonderoga, New York, and at a local restaurant. Members of the International Klingon Federation helped out with the location shoots.

Directors: Vic Mignogna
In Harm's Way
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5.49
235 votes

#9 - In Harm's Way

Season 1 - Episode 1 - Aired 10/8/2004

In an adventure that spans centuries, Captain Kirk fights alongside a USS Enterprise from the past to stop the devastating "Doomsday Wars" that should never have happened. In a universe forever changed by those events, the crew of the Enterprise must once again battle the powerful juggernaut known as the "Doomsday Machine." Guest starring Original Series alumni Barbara Luna, Malachi Throne. and William Windom as Commodore Matthew Decker.

Directors: Jack Marshall
To Serve All My Days
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5.09
174 votes

#10 - To Serve All My Days

Season 1 - Episode 2 - Aired 11/23/2006

When Klingons threaten the Enterprise, Captain Kirk needs his best weapons officer on the bridge, but Lt. Chekov is incapacitated with a debilitating disease that is causing him to age rapidly... a disease for which Dr. McCoy can find no cure. In this story by veteran Star Trek writer D. C. Fontana, actor Walter Koenig returns as Pavel Chekov, reprising the role he made famous. Guest starring Mary Linda Rapelye, from the Original Series episode "The Way to Eden."

Directors: Jack Marshall