Trekculture covers Star Trek: Enterprise lesser known facts
It’s amazing that even after all this time there are still things to be learned about Star Trek, tidbits of information that somehow gets brought to the light by determined investigative fans and reporters. And just when we think there can’t possibly be more that we didn’t know about the franchise, Trekculture proves us wrong with its latest video, “10 Things You Never Knew About Enterprise,” which debuted today.
This time, Trekculture tackles the much maligned series that ran for four seasons, Star Trek: Enterprise, and while some of these facts might be ones that you actually were already aware of (like how the decision to leave Star Trek off the original title backfired when it came to ratings which is why Enterprise eventually became Star Trek: Enterprise), there might be one or two that catches you by surprise. For instance, did you know that Linda Park, the actress that played Ensign Hoshi Sato, dated a Star Trek movie villain? And that Captain Archer’s name was chosen to avoid a lawsuit? Yeah, I didn’t know those, either.
Star Trek: Enterprise has garnered more fans since its debut on streaming
Since the series was made available, more fans have discovered the series which leads to more people wanting to learn about Enterprise and what they missed when the show was originally airing. So videos like this fulfill a desire to discover, much like the series itself.
While those of us who have been fans from the start await the return of our favorite characters, a follow-up movie to close out the series properly, or a reboot that could still include the original actors, we’re always on the lookout for more news and things we didn’t know. It’s not the same as seeing Captain Jonathan Archer and his crew on our televisions again, but at least we know there are others who remain interested in this series that was cancelled too soon.