'Endgame' - Final Voyager Plot Is RevealedBy Christian
March 8, 2001 - 11:42 PM
Though there has been a lot of excitement about the casting call for Series V, this is in fact not the only show for which Paramount has begun casting. A few days ago, the studio also began to look for actors for Voyager's final episode, which is scheduled to begin shooting in less than two weeks.
Courtesy of one of our regular sources as well as our good friend The KJB (of FilmForce), we have been able to obtain the first plot information on part one of the season finale, which is called 'Endgame'. The finale starts shooting on Monday the 19th of March, and will air on Wednesday the 23rd of May.
It appears that at least part of the episode will take place 23 years in the future, after the return of Voyager to the Alpha Quadrant. Kathryn Janeway apparently did well during the years since the return, as she holds the rank of Admiral. Tuvok, however, has fared a lot worse, as he is in an asylum, claiming that Janeway is an imposter.
Besides these familiar Voyager characters, the episode will also feature several new ones, including at least two descendants of the Voyager crew. We will be introduced to Lieutenant Miral Paris, the actress for which should be in her early 30s. Miral is part Klingon and presumably the daughter of B'Elanna Torres and Tom Paris. She is described as a smart, competent Starfleet officer, with dark hair and a light complected skin tone.
Another character we will meet is Sabrina, the nine-year old daughter of Naomi Wildman, who is described as "part alien, inquisitive and cute."
Finally, some of the other characters seen in the finale include a male Starfleet doctor in his 40s, a beautiful woman in her late 20s-early 30s named Lana, a 19-to-22-years old Starfleet Academy cadet and a tall and intimidating Klingon male in his 30s. These four characters will all be appearing in just a single scene, and no further information about them is known.
Please note that the above info applies to the first half of 'Endgame', information on the second half should hopefully become available soon. In addition to the above, over the past week it was already revealed by Kenneth Biller that the finale would feature the Borg, and that it would not have anything to do with Series V.
As usual, please be aware that the above info has not been officially confirmed by Paramount yet, and that until they make an official announcement on the next series any news on the Voyager finale should be treated as you would any rumour.