Voyager has a documentary called To The Journey which will feature other Star Trek names.
The Star Trek: Voyager documentary To The Journey is officially being filmed as you read this. It may already be done filming by the time you read this, who knows? What we do know is that To The Journey was a fan-funded endeavor that is intended to look back at the series that was Voyager, the 20 years since it ended, and the impact it had on so many people.
It’s unknown who will be there of the main cast but it’s a good bet that any main cast member in season four and on will be there. The only possible exception being Jennifer Lien who has been dealing with a host of issues since the series ended.
What is rather unexpected is the number of non-Voyager Star Trek actors who are taking part. While some may have popped up once or twice most are known for their roles on other series. Jeffery Combs, Alexander Enberg, Scott MacDonalds, and Vaughn Armstrong.
That’s not all, but so far Martha Hackett (Seska) was also interviewed. People often forget that Hackett had a fairly large role in the early seasons of the show.
To The Journey to feature so many from Star Trek: Voyager and beyond
It’s not just the actors who are getting interviewed but those behind the scenes as well. With TrekMovies.com reporting that David Livingston, Andy Robinson, writer Lisa Klink, make-up artist Karen Westerfield, composer Dennis McCarthy, and Michael Westmore will be interviewed as well. Westmore, for his part, is an Emmy-winner for his work.
They’re not the only names popping by as Mary Chieffo of Star Trek: Discovery and current Star Trek science consultant Dr. Erin McDonald will also be interviewed as well.
The documentary is still some ways away. It’s not expected to be released until the Fall of 2022.