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2002-2003 Syndicated Voyager Last Nationally Scheduled Season

Unfortunately I never received a copy of the 2002-2003 national schedule. Starting in the fall of 2003, i.e., 9/16/03, the stations that have purchased Voyager will be setting their own schedules. There will be no national schedule of when episodes will air. You will have to obtain that information from your local station.

The barter period ends on 9/14/03, with the non-barter period starting on 9/15/03 and lasting through 1/12/05.

Each station is only allowed to air each episode a maximum of 6 times, unless authorized (in writing or contract). The 6 count includes both the barter and non-barter period, so if your station has been airing the strip version, they are pretty much near the 6 count on each episode.

If you are interested, here is a spreadsheet listing all of the episodes and the length of each episode, plus the length of each segment: Voyager Format Spreadsheet

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"Star Trek: Voyager" chronicles the adventures of the Starship U.S.S. Voyager crew on their action-packed journey home through the uncharted, often-treacherous Delta Quadrant. Leading the crew is Captain Kathryn Janeway, the first woman to command a Federation Starship in the more than 30-year history of "Star Trek." The crew is comprised of Federation personnel and members of their former enemy, the Maquis.

As the 1998-99 season launches, the crew is unsettled when a secluded, conflicted Captain Janeway reflects on the decisions she's made along the mission and the consequences those judgements have had for them all. But soon they encounter a never before seen alien species that will not survive without their intervention. Knowing that their assistance makes a detour through dark, desolate space necessary, the Captain alone must once again determine her crew's fate.

Included in the notable storylines is the sudden emergence of a dangerous new lifeform aboard Voyager - a Superborg. After a mysterious fusion of The Doctor's 29th century mobile emitter technology and Seven of Nine's Borg nanoprobes, an advanced male Drone is "born" and awaits instruction from the Borg Collective. Also debuting this season is "The Adventures of Captain Galaxy," Tom Paris' retro-Holodeck program that depicts him as a kitschy 1930s space hero.

Actor/director LeVar Burton ("Star Trek: The Next Generation") returns to Paramount Studios to direct the 100th episode of "Star Trek: Voyager."

Starring are Kate Mulgrew as Captain Kathryn Janeway; Robert Beltran as First Officer Chakotay; Roxann Dawson as B'Elanna Torres; Robert Duncan McNeill as Lieutenant Tom Paris; Ethan Phillips as Neelix; Robert Picardo as The Doctor; Tim Russ as Tactical/Security Officer Tuvok; Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine; and Garrett Wang as Ops/Comm Officer Harry Kim.

"Star Trek: Voyager" is the latest in a successful franchise that was created in 1966 by Gene Roddenberry. Other series are the immensely popular "Star Trek: The Next Generation" and "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine." The phenomenon has also spawned an animated series, more than 150 novels, nine motion pictures, multi-media enterprise, fan publications, theme park attractions, and much more.

Rick Berman and Brannon Braga are executive producers of "Star Trek: Voyager." The series was created by Rick Berman, Michael Piller and Jeri Taylor and is a production of is Paramount Network Television.

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