Warp Five is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated entirely to Star Trek: Enterprise. For the 20th anniversary of the series, hosts C Bryan Jones and Matthew Rushing are taking you back through all of Enterprise, one episode at a time.
Breaking the Roddenberry Mold
“Broken Bow” 20th-anniversary reflections.
After 14 consecutive years of telling stories set in the 24th century, Star Trek looked back in time for the premise of the franchise’s fifth spinoff series. Initially entitled simply Enterprise, the show that would continue the franchise’s run on television after Star Trek: Voyager was set in the 22nd century and sought to answer a question that many fans had long wanted to know: how did humans get from World War III and first contact to the vast Federation seen in The Original Series and beyond? And while the launch of the NX-01 and this prequel remain fresh in many of our minds, 20 years have now passed since the September 26, 2001 premiere.
In this episode of Warp Five, hosts C Bryan Jones and Matthew Rushing kick off a 20th-anniversary retrospective that will take you through all of Star Trek: Enterprise, one episode at a time. In this first installment, we ourselves look back in time to discuss the birth of the series as well as the pilot, “Broken Bow,” sharing memories of our first viewing and how our love for the series has grown over the past two decades.
C Bryan Jones and Matthew Rushing
C Bryan Jones (Editor and Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer)
Somebody Said Something Profound to Someone Once: A Very Special Holodeck Episode of Warp Five
Patrick and Brandon's Finale Special. We are joined by previous hosts Jeffrey Harlan and Brandi Jackola for a look back to their time as hosts of the show. They discuss where their fandom for Enterprise was when they started the podcast, references in new Trek, where the show fits in fandom now, and some easter eggs they enjoyed.
I Kinda Almost Chuckled
NX-01 Movie Night: Spaceballs. In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Brandon-Shea Mutala and Patrick Devlin have one last discussion for the Movie Night series of episodes with Spaceballs. Was all the build up worth it? Find out! Ludicrous Podcast: Go!
When the Fruit Basket Disappeared
Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens Interview. We interview Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens to discuss their vast career. We discuss writing books, television, Batman: The Animated Series, Aliens Ate My Homework, William Shatner, Disney, Canadian bears, and much more.
I Have No Idea What Channel Carried it
First Time Star Trek: Enterprise Viewer: Season 3. We are joined by Kerry Purvis to talk about her experience watching season three of Enterprise for the first time. We discuss Kerry's initial first impressions, favorite moments, Degra's arc, stand out episodes, and her favorite character moments.
Robin Hood: Lower Decks
NX-01 Movie Night: The Court Jester. We complete their Movie Night series of episodes with The Court Jester. We discuss the songs, the humor, snapping fingers, Murder She Wrote. We also give a ranking for all the movies we covered on the podcast.
Great Pod Cast
Unfortunately I have recently discovered this Pod Cast. It is only unfortunate as the cast wrapped up in 2019 ☹️ and I wish it was still going! I really loved the Enterprise TV series and all the of hosts for Warp Five have each added new and different views on the series and have had some very interesting guests too!
This podcast is awesome just finishing up enterprise and love it.
I’m three episodes in and I’m liking it. I just finished Enterprise for the first time and found it much better than I thought it would be. I wanted more. This podcast is feeding that want a little bit. Can’t wait to go through them all.