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Full Episodes Of Star Trek Enterprise Now Streaming At CBS.com June 15, 2010

by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: ENT,Science/Technology , trackback

In 2008 CBS began streaming some of its ‘classic’ shows on CBS.com, including the original Star Trek. And today they announced the addition of Star Trek: Enterprise, which is available in the USA to watch right now, in HD.

 

Watch Enterprise Right Now In HD

Fans in the USA can now watch episode from all four seasons of Star Trek Enterprise at CBS.com and TV.com (which is owned by CBS). CBS also announced that Enterprise will be available for streaming (along with the original Star Trek) at StarTrek.com when the site relaunches later this summer. Episodes are streamed for free, with advertising.


Star Trek Enterprise streaming at CBS.com

Right now there are 84 (out of 98) episodes available in HD and SD. You can watch in HQ, HD and 1080p. As Star Trek: Enterprise has not been released in Blu-ray, this (and HD Net) are your only choices to see the show in HD. It isn’t known when the rest of the episodes will be added.

To watch Star Trek Enterprise click these links:

Standard Def: www.cbs.com/classics/star_trek_enterprise/video/

HD: www.cbs.com/hd/?show=enterprise

There are also 72 episodes of Enterprise available at www.tv.com/star-trek-enterprise/

What’s next?

Following making the original Star Trek available, it makes sense that Enterprise was the second choice for streaming online. The series is the most recent to air and only Trek show that was shot in HD. Although Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and Voyager have not been re-mastered for HD, hopefully they too can also be added to the ad-supported streaming offerings at CBS.com (and the future StarTrek.com). CBS.com streams a number of ‘classic’ shows in SD, including The Twilight Zone, Twin Peaks, and MacGuyver. And hopefully CBS also finds a way to extend this to other countries as well.

Comments

1. That One Guy - June 15, 2010

It’s about time!

2. Kev - June 15, 2010

Can’t wait for TNG and DS9.

3. bugs nixon - June 15, 2010

“Full Episodes Of Star Trek Enterprise”

fixed that for you…

4. Simon - June 15, 2010

Sweet.

I really hope they release these on Blu-ray soon.

5. Trek1701 - June 15, 2010

T’Pol in Full HD. Uhmmm…

6. Pro-Khan-Sel - June 15, 2010

Cool! I hate enterprise but I’ll watch them all anyways!!

7. Captain Mateo - June 15, 2010

I have been streaming them from some Japanese site…very bad quality. This is such great timing for me to watch season two. I think this was a great show. It has a Twilight Zone kinda feel to it sometimes and other times it is all smiles and good times. I appreciate Archer’s growth in the series.

Glad the new movie made a reference to him!

8. Chris T - June 15, 2010

YES !!!

9. Sean4000 - June 15, 2010

Man I loved the 4th season! Especially the TOS two-parter and The Soong arc.

10. jas_montreal - June 15, 2010

Why won’t CBS release Enterprise on blu-ray ? How hard is it for them to do it ? Its already been filmed using HD cameras.

I’d love to have Enterprise Season 3 and 4 on blu-ray.

But… what about some TNG love in HD ?

11. JP Saylor - June 15, 2010

I still think it’s stupid that Trip dies. In my book of Star Trek history, that never happened. Phlox saved him.

12. StarFuryG7 - June 15, 2010

6. Pro-Khan-Sel
“Cool! I hate enterprise but I’ll watch them all anyways!!”

Season 4, otherwise you’re just wasting your time.

“Broken Bow” was okay for a Pilot, but still nothing to crow over.

13. StarFuryG7 - June 15, 2010

2. Kev
“Can’t wait for TNG and DS9.”

TNG is already available online.

14. StarFuryG7 - June 15, 2010

10. jas_montreal
“But… what about some TNG love in HD ?”

I don’t think they can do it because those special effects aren’t up to snuff for Blu-ray –they’d look like total crap in HD.

15. Will_H - June 16, 2010

Enterprise is the only series I’d want to see in HD. I think its insane that they did TOS in Bluray, I mean TNG wouldn’t look that great, but TOS. But since ENT was filmed in HD it would look pretty good. I still think it was an under rated series that should have gone on, especially with Manny Coto at the helm.

16. Remington Steele - June 16, 2010

Is it just america only yet again???

GRRRRR!

17. Commander Crooner - June 16, 2010

@ 11

Read the books; Trip didn’t die!

I hope I didn’t ruin the continuity for anyone!

BTW, I’ll be watching the series @ TV.com as I hit that site up every day!

18. Dr. Cheis - June 16, 2010

Its really hard to navigate their website and look for specific episodes. They seem to be arranged almost randomly.

19. Dr. Cheis - June 16, 2010

Hmm tv.com is easier to navigate but it has fewer episodes :(

20. 4 8 15 16 23 42 - June 16, 2010

This is great news. This is a seriously underrated show. You can even see evidence among these first 20 comments that reveal the poisonous atmosphere that surrounds this show among Star Trek fans.

I suggest Star Trek fans re-approach this series with a fresh attitude. It is true, there are sub-par episodes, but that is the case with all Star Trek series. In my opinion, Deep Space Nine has a larger number of forgettable episodes than Enterprise.

I applaud CBS’s decision to put them out there. They deserve better treatment than they’ve been getting.

21. Captain Conrad - June 16, 2010

Deep Space Nine please! TNG is on like three channels

22. Captain Conrad - June 16, 2010

Oh and you’re going to need to pull up a list to watch these because they are not properly ordered

23. Shaunie B - June 16, 2010

Why is it that this is only available in the USA, does the rest of the world not exist? So much for humanity coming together…

24. Josh - June 16, 2010

@15

TOS and Enterprise are both HD.. TOS was filmed on actual film and that is HD, TNG was filmed and put on tape in SD format so it cannot be cleaned up like real film, or as well as real film at least.

25. Admiral Shatner - June 16, 2010

YES!!

26. Tom R - June 16, 2010

bring it back!!!

Lets have a 5th Season

27. Robert H. - June 16, 2010

Not available in your geographic location. RIP OFF!!!!

28. CmdrR - June 16, 2010

I wonder if they will keep score on how many times people view “In a Mirror Darkly” or “Twilight” versus most second season eps. Oh, and the eps where Hoshi or T’Pol strip.

29. Navy - June 16, 2010

It would be sure nice if we were warned in the headline that those of us that live in the rest of the world wouldn’t get so disappointed when we open up yet another link we can’t actually use :(

30. I'm dead Jim - June 16, 2010

It’s about time!!!!!

And to all of you ENT haters, all Trek had shitty episodes along with some awesome ones. There’s a lot to love in this series!

31. trekman dave - June 16, 2010

Only in the USA shame but then I do own every episode so it doesnt bother me.

32. Dave in RI - June 16, 2010

I don’t understand why these videos aren’t available world-wide. I find it hard to believe it could be a technical problem…must have to do with money…

…most things are about money…

33. Jtrekker - June 16, 2010

To those complaining about the episodes not available worldwide, this is a copyright issue, not so much a money issue. It’s the same reason you can’t watch Doctor Who off of the BBC website in the US, or why you can’t watch Hulu content overseas. Indeed, there is money involved that keeps this from happening, but for the most part, it’s due to the fact that copyright laws are still being hashed out, and the internet is still such a developing landscape.

34. Mirror Jordan - June 16, 2010

Awesome news!

35. Shatner_Fan_Prime - June 16, 2010

Season 4 was terrific for TOS fans. I saw the episode Bound last night (the Orion girls episode), and at the conclusion, Manny Coto inserted the typical TOS ending! T’Pol made what sounded like a joke, Tucker and Archer called her out on it, she denied it, and the humans laughed. Great little touch! :-)

36. Dovile - June 16, 2010

It’s about time they finally resolved this copyright issue, and make series available worldwide, because it’s so unfair to us international fans. Well, I can find the episodes on Youtube or somewhere else, but I’d rather watch them legally, in good quality and with ads, than ad-free, but illegally and in low q.

Well, one could argue that I’m supposed to watch it from a local broadcaster or buy the DVDs, but what I’m supposed to do, if, at least right now, I can’t afford the DVDs (not mentioning the shipping costs), and the local broadcaster just aired the final ENT season 3 episode and won’t be airing the 4th season for I don’t know how long, possibly never?

If they made the series available worldwide, this could be a win-win situation for both me and them, but…

37. Allen Williams - June 16, 2010

no trip never died because that episode never happened. I strongly dislike it, the cast seems to hate it. Lets just mark it down as unofficially not canon. i think a lot of people put star trek 5 in that category as well.

38. Mel - June 16, 2010

@ 36

American ads don’t target all viewers worldwide. There are probably products among them, which you can’t even buy elsewhere.

I wish it would be different, too, but I don’t think that will change in the next few years, especially not in regards to new series, which haven’t aired in other countries yet. Perhaps some very old series will be one day made available worldwide like TOS and Bonanza, but I doubt even that.

39. Allen Williams - June 16, 2010

Is it just me or does the first episode (i only checked out broken bow and observer effect) only look like 720p and observer effect look like 1080p. If i’m right i hope they are able to get the full 1080p for the blu-ray release.

ps please do what it takes to bring us tng, vgr, and ds9 in HD as well. I’m willing to pay more for them i just don’t want to waste my money on obsolete dvd tech.

40. Dr. Cheis - June 16, 2010

@ 28 “Oh, and the eps where Hoshi or T’Pol strip.”

Episode names and time indexes please.

41. RM10019 - June 16, 2010

For the last time (I wish) :

TNG and DS9 were EDITED on SD VIDEO, therefore would have to be completely reassembled on 35mm, transferred in HD and then have HD effects added to release on Bluray or in HD in general. THAT will take a lot of time and money.

42. RM10019 - June 16, 2010

Sorry forgot to include VOY too in my rant :)

43. JWWright - June 16, 2010

How awesome is that? I loved ENT, and its a shame it was cancelled.

TOS is #1, ENT #2 and TNG #3 for me.

I don’t count Deep Snore 9 and Voyager: Lost In Space…. they may as well have been a Stargate or Andromeda spinoff… feh.

44. Damian - June 16, 2010

#11–The relaunch novels retconned Trip’s death as having been a ploy (The Good That Men Do). One of the few times the novels outright undid something on screen. The fan reaction to that episode was so negative, they decided to change it. Really a shame. I liked the Berman years of Star Trek as much as any other, a horrible way for his tenure to end. For his critics, it only cemented their low opinion of him. The last episode should have been all Enterprise, and should have taken place during the 4th year of their mission. “The Good that Men Do” did a good job of undoing the damage and putting the story back on track.

By the way, Pocketbooks–I want my next Romulan War Book. I’m going to start forgetting where we are at soon,

45. Geodesic17 - June 16, 2010

Had Enterprise been streaming online when it originally aired, it likely would never have been canceled.

46. Capt Mike of the Terran Empire - June 16, 2010

I agree that Trip should not have been killed off and I still think they should do a Miniseries or something like it set in the Romulan wars. The 4th Season of Enterprise was the best of the series. The 3rd was ok. the first 2 seasons had some good Eps but were not all that great. But I still watched them all.

47. MJ - June 16, 2010

Well free is a start, but when they start paying me to watch Enterprise, that will be when it is worth my while.

48. red dead ryan - June 16, 2010

“These Are The Voyages…” in my opinion was merely a holodeck episode. And we all know that the holodecks never performed properly on the Enterprise-D. So all we got was a “glitchy” and inaccurate account of what really happened prior to the founding of the Coalition of Planets.
Therefore, it should not be considered “true” canon. :-)

Its too bad CBS can’t stream the HD versions of “Enterprise” in Canada. It will be a while before they put out the Blu Ray versions. On the other hand, I have the dvd’s and prefer watching things on my tv anyway.

49. oogaboogawooga - June 16, 2010

When Hollywood releases a “historical” movie that takes certain liberties, most people don’t notice anything wrong with it. But The Legend of Zorro (2005 sequel to the far superior in every possible way The Mask of Zorro) having Lincoln president in the 1850s doesn’t mean he actually was president then. Technically, all we know about the final mission of the NX-01 is that that’s how the holoprogram said it happened. Maybe Riker and Troi just didn’t know any better.

50. Lt. Bailey - June 16, 2010

In the last year that STTE was open in Las Vegas, I was able to pick up all four seasons of ENT on DVD that were marked down to $29.00 per season. Had I not bought these I would be watching it this way but I do love having the DVDs handy and available.

This really was a great series and it had so much going for it in season 4. Who knows what would be in store for Season 5, maybe that would have been a seasonal arc with the Romulan war as was year 3 with the Xindi war.

Then what would we seeing in years 6 & 7??? There was plenty to work with and still has plenty to work with for direct to DVD movies.

51. Holger - June 16, 2010

No need, I have the DVD box sets.

52. Al - June 16, 2010

HD will just make the crapness sharper.

53. Dr. Image - June 16, 2010

Well… it’s better than Voyager.
And it’s the show that made the AA/DST phaser (into) canon!

54. cm1701 - June 16, 2010

That’s great, and am enjoying an ep I missed “The Aenar” but another repetitive ad for HillShire Farms and I will just lose it. That little auction boy is evil. He is the Charlie X of meat.

55. ChristopherPike - June 16, 2010

It’ll be great to finally see these in HD. Don’t know whether CBS have just taken the original masters and uprezzed them to 1080p.

50). I couldn’t agree with you more. Enterprise should’ve gone the distance. They had an audience of 4 million that could’ve gone to another network. 4 million! Battlestar Galactica thrived on that. Had several DVD/cable movies-of-the week, a spin-off and another in the works.

Seems to me CBS ought to have shown Star Trek more love and listened to those fans back in 2005.

56. Christopher Pike - June 16, 2010

BTW: Trekmovie staff – Please move this, to be filed under ENT… not TOS as it is at the moment.

Unless TOS is good omen, about how cancelled Star Trek shows inevitably come back! :p

57. combatkarl - June 16, 2010

*sigh*…oh well, back to torrents I go.

58. D-Mar - June 16, 2010

Gee in the top of the article it says…

And today they announced the addition of Star Trek: Enterprise, which is available in the USA to watch right now, in HD.

No different than the US trying to watch Doctor Who and Torchwood on BBC.com… can’t do it.

It has more to do with licensing restrictions than anything else.

59. snoopytrek - June 16, 2010

…will probably if not already be linked through hulu as Trek Classic…

60. snoopytrek - June 16, 2010

well, guess i should have checked first…looks like they are

61. Chadwick - June 16, 2010

How abut full episodes of Enterprise on blu-ray?

62. MC1 Doug - June 16, 2010

I still think Tripp’s death was a plot device for a cliff-hanger in the event ST: Enterprise would have miraculously pulled out a fifth season renewal.

I’m glad the books have ignored that on-air devleopment… and I hope they continue to do so. Tripp’s death, like the final episode, was a travesty.

I loved ‘Enterprise!’ I just don’t know what Braga and Berman were thinking when they wrote that lame final episode.

That ‘wink’ Tripp gave the Captain surely meant something that was to lead somewhere, but alas, as we know it was not to be,

63. KhanSingh - June 17, 2010

Thanks for the update. Now I can avoid Enterprise.

64. Some Dude on the Internet - June 17, 2010

Huh. Maybe I’ll finally get around to watching the last half of season 4.

Also – for those not in the USA – look into proxy servers. That’s how I watch Doctor Who on BBC iPlayer.

65. Shunnabunich - June 17, 2010

#48: “Its too bad CBS can’t stream the HD versions of “Enterprise” in Canada.”

This. It’s especially a shame when Canadian television is essentially American television + whatever happens to be on CBC.

#64: I do use Hotspot Shield, but it’s such a hassle that I often decline to view geotarded content anyway — it’s too slow to stream video through, so I have to wait ages before watching anything, and when I’m done I have to manually remove Hotspot Shield from my login items, because it automatically puts itself there every time it runs, without my permission.

If there are better alternatives (i.e. faster, less invasive), I’d LOVE to hear about ‘em.

66. Desstruxion - June 17, 2010

Screw that! I wanna fifth season!

67. Sid - June 17, 2010

I love me some Enterprise! Never used to, but having seen the DVDs now I admit it was pretty often pretty damn good, and sometimes classic Trek.

I guess it’s a lot easier to appreciate a show when you can skip bad episodes.

68. Telly Kimms - June 17, 2010

I find it interesting that the commercials play perfectly and the video is choppy. I only have this issue with CBS.com.

69. Dovile - June 18, 2010

For some reason CBS forgot to add the first 3 episodes of season 4, they’re missing both in normal videos and HD on their site. Maybe some other episodes are missing too, but I didn’t check. Kinda weird though.

70. Porter Jervis - June 18, 2010

Probably I had with the ads was that there were 3 in a row and the same ones over and over.

71. jamie - June 23, 2010

i never watched enterprise when it was on tv. i didn’t even know it was on which is the same with firefly. but my point is, i just recently watched all 4 seasons. what the crap this show was awesome, i am not a die hard trek fan but i like tng and voyager. but to watch it for strictly entertainment value, it was a good show. loved the characters stories were good. it was a fun show to watch.

i would love to have them all on blu ray. still waiting.

and someone else commented on ” these are the voyages” is the worst episode that i have ever seen. talk about a downer it actually made me mad. i had watched all 4 season in about a 2 weeks and then that for a final episode. what a load of garbage. made no sense what so ever. terrible terrible way to end it…. so utterly disappointed. the way they wrapped up story lines, trip and t’pal story was kinda brushed aside, maybe it was because the episode before the last scene was them morning the loss of the cloned child, but then nothing. terrible way to tie everything together really made me mad.. the whole killing trip, unnecessary and made no scene felt rushed just thrown together the whole story was badly written. and then 3 min seen to morn then nothing,,, ahh getting mad just thinking about it.

i don’t consider it the last episode i think terra prime would have been better to just end it there.

72. Red Dead Ryan - June 23, 2010

#71

Just consider “These Are The Voyages..” as it is: a holodeck episode. And we all know how the holodeck seemed to malfunction a lot on the Enterprise D. Trip’s death for example, can be blamed on “glitches” in the holodeck matrix. :-)

73. matt - July 27, 2010

I was so stoked for this! Been watching episodes regularly…and then today…gasp! They’re not there any longer. What’s up CBS? Just a tease?

74. Paul - July 29, 2010

Matt, they’re there just not in HD anymore. Put “enterprise” in the search bar and it will pull them up. I was relieved to find it too. Hope this helps.

75. whereisit - August 10, 2010

Where do you see 1080p versions of the episodes? I can watch them, but they are in a small Youtube-sized window. 1080p should take up almost the entire screen on my 1920×1200 monitor.

76. Zephram Chocrane - October 16, 2010

I’m a TNG/TOS trekkie but II never watched this series when it originally aired. For some reason I just didn’t care for it.

I watched the first season all the way through and I think it’s really quite entertaining. From what I’ve heard it really gets into its own in seasons 3 and 4.

However as the article says there are missing episodes. #2 and #24 from season 2 are missing and #21 of season 3 is missing. Worse yet a whole slew of episodes from season 4 are missing: #1, #2, #3, #18, #19….

Which if you’ve never seen all the episodes makes this all worthless past season 1. Clearly some of the more “prominent” episodes remarked on by fans are missing including the highly acclaimed “Through A Mirror, Darkly”, which seems to be a not so subtle attempt by CBS to say; “If you want to watch the whole series back to front, buy the DVDs”.

I am not willing to pay upwards of $175 for the *480p* SD versions of a show shot in at least 720p. I just replaced my TOS DVD’s for the BRD’s (although I’m glad I got the TOS DVD “egg cases” to put them in…the BRD packaging sucked by comparison but I digress). I guess I’ll have to wait for however long the indefinite period of time is until ENT is released on BRD, unless of course the missing episodes are replaced in the streaming line up.

Oh, and it would be nice if CBS would LEVEL MATCH the freaking audio volume on the commercials to the programme! In some cases the commercials are 5-10db louder than the show which is really really agitating to the point where I mute the volume and ignore the commercial entirely What say you do your advertisers a favor and don’t intentionally give viewers an excuse to disregard the advertising?

77. Jerry Gregoire - April 2, 2011

I started watching Enterprise about 2 months ago. I was really enjoying it on a Friday night. And (LISTEN CBS), I DIDN’T MIND THE COMMERICALS. Yet it appears that CBS in the infinate wisdom NBC had in 69, to block all viewing. Would someone at CBS please tell me I am wrong and CBS isn’t really that stupid. Would you please tell me that it is simply a configuration problem, (allow I can view other full episodes).

I can’t afford and I will never buy the series of DVDs, I will however, watch your commericals, just like I do on TV. Please tell me that your marketing department has more than 2 neurons firing simutaneously.

You have my email.

78. gfgfgf - April 29, 2012

Its really hard to navigate their website and look for specific episodes. They seem to be arranged almost randomly.

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