She'll be back again for the show's second season, whenever it is finally able to start filming , and she's having a better time playing Seven on Picard than she did when she originated the character on Voyager. A fan on Twitter asked Ryan which show she preferred working on, and Ryan unambiguously replied, "Picard! When asked about the potential for a Star Trek: Voyager reunion, Ryan said she'd be happy to have Seven reunite with some of those characters but wasn't keen on the idea of a full-blown Voyager revival. Sure, I think that'd be great," she said. I think that I've done that.
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She joined the crew and returned to the Alpha Quadrant with the starship in After her time on Voyager , she joined the Fenris Rangers , helping instill justice in lawless and dangerous regions of the galaxy. Annika was born in on stardate at the Federation Tendara colony as the only daughter of eccentric exobiologists Magnus and Erin Hansen. VOY : " Dark Frontier ". During her childhood, she never visited Earth. VOY : " Hunters " Her favorite color growing up was red.
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Check out some of our favorite Hollywood couples who found romance together on screen and in real life. See the entire gallery. See the full gallery. Title: Infinite Regress 25 Nov Seven of Nine begins to exhibit multiple personalities from a wide range of disparate species.
Despite all of Starfleet 's technological advances, impressive armadas of ships at their disposal and the highly trained crews under their command, space is still a wild and untamed frontier. The journey home took place over the Star Trek spinoff's seven seasons and pitted Janeway and her crew against dangerous and never-before-seen foes like the Vidiians, the Krenim and the Species Without Starfleet's backing, diminishing supplies and half a complement of defectors, Janeway had her work cut out for her and steered her ship through one crisis after the other, but she didn't always come through unscathed. If you thought Deep Space Nine 's Miles O'Brian had it bad and earned the wrath of the powers that be, just wait -- Janeway died a ridiculous 17 times throughout Voyager 's run. Since this is Star Trek and death among lead characters is as permanent as stable overhauls of the holodeck , the series always found a way to bring Janeway back from the dead.