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Star Trek: Voyager reunion officially confirmed

The cast of Star Trek: Voyager is set to reunite to celebrate the show’s 25th anniversary– and we’re seriously excitedabout it.

Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley announced that the ensemble would be getting back together next week (Tuesday 26 May) on the Stars In The House YouTube channel and website.

They’ll be joined by the likes of Roxann Dawson (B’Elanna Torres), Robert Beltran (Chakotay), Kate Mulgrew (Kathryn Janeway), Jeri Ryan (Seven of Nine), Robert Duncan McNeill (Tom Paris), Robert Picardo (The Doctor), Ethan Phillips (Neelix), and Garrett Wang (Harry Kim) in support of The Actors Fund.

Diehard fans will be able to interact with the cast as they discuss their journey from the Delta Quadrant.

‘This reunion will be both gratifying and novel: we are all alive, we are all congenial, and we are all still actors,’ Mulgrew enthused.

This news comes shortly after Star Trek: Picard producer Akiva Goldsman revealed that he reckons the show’s future could be infinite

The latest expansion of the Star Trek universe was revealed at the beginning of this year, with Sir Patrick Stewart returning to his iconic role of Jean-Luc Picard, as the series picks up after he faced retirement. 

With the finale giving the character and starship captain a literal new lease of life, Picard was seen heading off into a new future complete with a crew including Voyager’s Seven Of Nine (Jeri Ryan). 

Unfortunately, thanks to coronavirus, it might take a little longer than planned for us to actually see what that future holds. 

Speaking to Collider, Akiva explained: ‘I think we have discussed it as both a 3 season show, a 5 season show, a “let’s just keep going forever” show.

‘Star Trek: Picard in my view will go as long as Patrick Stewart wants to do it.’

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