Star Trek: Voyager Documentary Drops Sneak Peek

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The new documentary titled To The Journey: Looking Back on Star Trek: Voyager finally shared what it is like behind the curtains and into the light as they drop a sneak peek of the production of the show where all their honorable and established guests sit down for an interview and wave a thing or two.

The documentary would be one which is a crowdfunded record-breaking one and it would be by the team responsible for What We Left Behind: Looking Back at Star Trek: Deep Space Nine which launched on Indiegogo just earlier this year which became the most successful crowdfunded documentary film ever released in 2021.

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Having a record-setting total of $1.2 million in the campaign, there would be a remaster of Star Trek: Voyager in high definition and it is one of the most anticipated in the upcoming documentary. It promises to include "an exclusive, never-before-seen Voyager surprise." The sneak peek shows various Star Trek Alumni which include George Takei, Mary Chieffo, Jeffrey Combs, Andrew Robinson, Armin Shimmerman, Robert Beltran, and Tim Russ of the Voyager.

The title has a reference to the series finale of the show. Star Trek: Voyager originally aired from 1995 to 2001 which is the fifth series of Star Trek. The Earth is then set in the 24th century and is part of the United Federation of Planets. The Starfleet of USS Voyager attempts to return back home after the crew got stranded in the Delta Quadrant located at the far side of the Milky Way.

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455 Films will be the company behind the movie and they plan to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Voyager through the documentary, however, the arrival of a global pandemic halted these plans, and what will push through started in 2020. They started filming with the esteemed guests' Kate Mulgrew, Jeri Ryan, Ethan Phillips, Tim Russ, Robert Picardo, Roxann Dawson, and Garret Wang.

To The Journey: Looking Back on Star Trek: Voyager is expected to be released through a theatrical event, possible for streaming afterward.