Have you seen our Star Trek:
Voyager features in these recent issues of TV
Zone? We also run regular reviews of new episodes and season
(Tuvok) and Garrett Wang
(Harry Kim) both interviewed
Rayner (Doctor Chaotica) interview
Picardo (the Doctor) interview
links are to details of each issue. Features are not necessarily on-line
Being the only
Voyager regular to have arrived since the ship left the Alpha Quadrant
in the post-pilot events six years ago, Borg-on-board Jeri Ryan has received
more than her fair share of attention.
Stunning looks and tight
costumes havent exactly helped provide a low profile, so its a
pleasant surprise to find that spirits are still high as another year of
filming and interviews begin. Season Six sees a return to the full Borg costume
for Survival Instinct, an event Ryan can happily anticipate even though
the cumbersome prosthetics would try the patience of a saint.
So, Im back
in the Borg gear for the second episode this season, the flashback episode,
which was fun. Actually, one of my cast mates from Dark Skies, the
series that I did before Voyager Tim Kelleher; he played the bad
guy Jim Steel he played a Borg along with me. So we commiserated and
miserated the rubber costume.
He thought it was a
real hoot for about the first five hours, and then he was ready to rip his head
off. But we had a great time.
With the final chapter of
Deep Space Nine now closed, Voyager is now able to move centre
stage as the only Trek show in production. You would think that this
would put a lot of pressure on the crew of Voyager, but Ryan
Its almost a
relief of pressure to be the only one because you dont have any
comparisons being made then. Its not like everybodys saying
whos watching Voyager? and whos watching
Deep Space Nine? Such liberated feeling, it appears, is
shared with the regular cast of the show, and Ryan enthuses about the
off-screen camaraderie at great length, claiming the mood on set now Deep
Space Nine is over is better than ever.