Enterprise Awards and Nominations.
Over the course of five decades, Star Trek has raked in awards and nominations from the Saturn to the Emmy and beyond. Four of the five live-action series were recognized by the prestigious Hugo Awards—and one of those series was Enterprise. While Star Trek is more often than not honored for technical achievements, the franchise's dramatic presentation is also held in high esteem. During its short four-year run, Enterprise took its place alongside TOS ("The City On the Edge of Forever"), TNG ("The Inner Light"), and DS9 ("Trials and Tribble-ations") in vying for the finned Hugo rocket.
In this episode of Warp Five we're joined by Tyler Johnson to discuss all of Enterprise's nominations and wins as we learn that—despite its reputation as the series that killed the franchise—the last Star Trek to grace our screens weekly carried the franchise torch as a creative equal to those that came before.
Running Time: 1 hour 3 minutes 25 seconds
The Saturn Awards (4:14)
VES (Visual Effects Society) Awards (12:29)
The Writers Guild of America Awards (17:35)
ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards (19:40)
EMMY Awards (21:20)
Hugo Awards (43:06)
The Chris and Tyler Awards (50:48)
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