11 episodes

Endeavor follows the adventures of three Starfleet officers: Lt. Commander Naomi Wildman (who grew up on the USS Voyager), Lt. Dal Lacerto (a Cardassian linguist) and Lt. Kutch (a Tellarite security officer) serving on an exciting mission to explore the Andromeda galaxy with a coalition of other Alpha Quadrant races (Klingons, Romulans, Cardassians). The series places a special emphasis on issues of neurodiversity, queer representation and the depiction of the hopeful, optimistic future that so many people turn to Star Trek to see.

It was created by Ron "AAlgar" Watt and Matt Rowbotham, co-hosts of the Post Atomic Horror podcast (the only podcast to review the entirety of the canonical Star Trek franchise). Having spent nine years analyzing every movie and TV show, they felt uniquely qualified to deliver their own vision of what Star Trek could be.

Endeavor Ron “AAlgar” Watt, Matt Rowbotham

    • Performing Arts
    • 5.0, 14 Ratings

Endeavor follows the adventures of three Starfleet officers: Lt. Commander Naomi Wildman (who grew up on the USS Voyager), Lt. Dal Lacerto (a Cardassian linguist) and Lt. Kutch (a Tellarite security officer) serving on an exciting mission to explore the Andromeda galaxy with a coalition of other Alpha Quadrant races (Klingons, Romulans, Cardassians). The series places a special emphasis on issues of neurodiversity, queer representation and the depiction of the hopeful, optimistic future that so many people turn to Star Trek to see.

It was created by Ron "AAlgar" Watt and Matt Rowbotham, co-hosts of the Post Atomic Horror podcast (the only podcast to review the entirety of the canonical Star Trek franchise). Having spent nine years analyzing every movie and TV show, they felt uniquely qualified to deliver their own vision of what Star Trek could be.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

The Old Original ,

There is no time travel in this one so far.

It’s a serialized radio play featuring a (mostly) original cast of characters with an entirely new setting. It’s all the stuff people say they want from new Trek but lack the guramba to do. It’s several episodes in and already showing tons of promise with great writing, unique non-human characters and a voice cast that’s several orders of magnitude better than what you’d get from your standard fan production.

The first episode runs a bit long and proves that infinite lampshading is possible in a post-scarcity society, but there’s still plenty to love. A later episode is likely the best fictional depiction on depression I’ve seen/heard in years. Looking forward to more. Bravo, guys.

Duh869 ,

Give it a listen!

A very good fan fiction/radio drama of Star Trek spin off.
It’s Good!

bentense ,

Excellent voice work, terrific writing!

The caliber of the voice acting is surprisingly excellent. The actor who voices Kutch really shines, that guy is super talented! This really is the Star Trek I’ve been missing. It takes place after the events of Voyager; finally some non-prequel content! The episodes are character-driven and progressive, just what Star Trek has been missing. If you like Star Trek I highly recommend this. This is barely fan-fiction, this is truer to the spirit of Trek than anything else I’ve consumed lately. Get on this.

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