We’ve been so busy here at TrekCore HQ with the newly-released Next Generation Season 5 Blu-rays that we nearly forgot about that OTHER high-def show! At long last, we’ve got the full press release detailing the contents of the upcoming Blu-ray release of of Star Trek: Enterprise – Season 3.

Additionally, we’ve got the Season Three trailer available to download for those of you who want a local copy of the high-definition video.

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Season Three of the Fan-Favorite Series Debuts
on Blu-ray with New, Exclusive Special Features

All 24 Exciting Episodes Presented in Spectacular High Definition,
Plus a Never-Before-Seen Three-Part Documentary,
When the Six-Disc Set Debuts January 7, 2014  

The original starship Enterprise continues its historic voyage into the final frontier of high definition when STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE—SEASON THREE on Blu-ray makes its debut on January 7 from CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Media Distribution.

Featuring all 24 episodes from the third season, the six-disc Blu-ray set also includes never-before-seen special features that are exclusive to this release: “In A Time of War,” a new three-part documentary, and a new featurette entitled “Temporal Cold War: Declassified.”

In addition, the Blu-ray includes bonus material previously released on DVD such as commentaries, deleted scenes from select episodes and archival mission logs for an in-depth and immersive viewing experience.  With breathtaking 1080p high-definition picture and remastered sound, the STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE Blu-ray releases have received rave reviews.


Starring Scott Bakula, Jolene Blalock, Connor Trinneer, Dominic Keating, Linda Park, Anthony Montgomery and John Billingsley, STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE follows the adventures of the Enterprise NX-01, the first Earth-built vessel capable of breaking the Warp 5 barrier, and her intrepid crew of brave explorers.

The collection also includes the exclusive featurette, “Temporal Cold War: Declassified.” In this never-before-seen piece, the show’s creators, cast and production team reveal details about the original story arc that was never fully explored; in addition, the group discusses how the temporal cold war would have ended if the series had continued.

In addition to all-new commentary tracks on select episodes with some of the franchise’s most notable names, the high-definition collection includes the newly produced “In A Time Of War.” This retrospective, multi-part documentary offers fans an inside look at the making of the series’ groundbreaking third season, which was the first in the franchise to feature a year-long story arc. In this piece, the writers and production staff discuss the complexities of plotting the Xindi story arc along with the development of the key themes seen in the show’s pivotal third season.

STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE – SEASON THREE on Blu-ray will be available in 1080p with English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, German 5.1 Dolby Digital, French Stereo Surround and Japanese Stereo Surround. The discs also include English SDH, French, German, Japanese and Dutch subtitles.  The Blu-ray is Not Rated in the U.S. and rated PG in Canada.  It will be available for the suggested retail price of $130.00 U.S. and $150.00 Canada.

The disc breakdown is as follows:

Disc One:

Special Features

  • Text Commentary by Mike & Denise Okuda on “The Xindi” (2005)
  • Archival Mission Logs:
    • The Xindi Saga Begins (SD)
    • Enterprise Moments: Season Three (SD)

Disc Two:

Special Features

  • Episode Commentary by David Livingston and David A. Goodman on “Impulse” – NEW!
  • Text Commentary by Mike & Denise Okuda on “Impulse” (2005)
  • Episode Commentary by Mike Sussman and Tim Gaskill on “Twilight” (2008)

Disc Three:

Special Features

  • Episode Commentary by David A. Goodman and Chris Black on “North Star” – NEW!
  • Episode Commentary by Mike DeMeritt on “North Star” (2005)
  • Episode Commentary by Manny Coto and Connor Trinneer on “Similitude” – NEW!
  • Episode Commentary by Manny Coto on “Similitude” (2005)
  • Deleted Scenes from “Similitude” (SD)
  • Deleted Scene from “Chosen Realm” (SD)

Disc Four:

Disc Five:

Special Features

  • Episode Commentary by David A. Goodman, Chris Black and Connor Trinneer on “The Forgotten” – NEW!
  • Deleted Scenes from “E2” (SD)

Disc Six:

Special Features

  • Episode Commentary by Chris Black and André Bormanis on “Countdown” – NEW!
  • Text Commentary by Mike & Denise Okuda on “Countdown” (2005)
  • In A Time Of War: (HD) – NEW!
    • Part One: Call To Arms
    • Part Two: Front Lines
    • Part Three: Final Conflict
  • Temporal Cold War: Declassified (HD) – NEW!
  • Archival Mission Logs:
    • Enterprise Profile: Connor Trinneer (SD)
    • A Day In The Life Of A Director: Roxann Dawson (SD)
    • Behind The Camera: Marvin Rush (SD)
    • Enterprise Secrets (SD)
    • Outtakes (SD)
    • Photo Gallery (SD)
    • NX-01 File 07 (SD)
    • NX-01 File 08 (SD)
    • NX-01 File 09 (SD)


So what are you waiting for? Pre-order your copy of Star Trek: Enterprise Season 3 on Blu-ray at Amazon using the links below.

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  • archer9234

    Wait. Why are most of the discs only have 4 episodes. The hell. The set should of been 5 discs. Don’t make sets bigger to justify 76$ price tags.

    • Rory Joscelyne

      Depends of they’re going to up the mbps on the episodes. More discs for higher mbps is a fair trade, if that is what they’re doing. We’ll have to test that when the season is released.

      • Mike C.

        The price is a little high, but perhaps this is where Paramount will try to make some of their money back from all the TNG work, and upcoming (hopefully) DS9 work.

        • mjdavid

          As with previous ENT sets and TNG sets this will likely debut on release date with a price around $59.99. Amazon has never sold these sets at MSRP after they are released and gradually work the price down leading up to release.

          • archer9234

            Ent s2 never dropped to 56$ Which is why I didn’t buy it yet.

          • Mike C.

            I don’t recall ENT season 2’s initial release on Amazon being sold on the cheap quite like the first season, or the TNG sets. I had it I my cart and tracked the price.

          • Alex

            S2 was discounted for a short period pre release in the UK, to around $35 if I converted right, but it wasn’t for long.

      • archer9234

        Fox doubles the bitrate to 30Mbps and never even fill the discs. Futurama wastes a extra disc for no reason.

  • Mike C.

    Trekcore: Will you be doing a review of the set? I don’t recall a review of the season 2 set (may have just missed it). Thanks.

    • trekcore

      Hey Mike. Yes! We will be. I missed Season 2 as it coincided with some pretty major projects we’re working on right now, but room has already been made on the schedule for an S3 review!

      • Mike C.

        Great! Always enjoy the reviews.

      • Connor

        Will you still do a season 2 Blu Ray review in the future? I for one still haven’t purchased the Blu Rays for Enterprise I I usually enjoy Trekcore’s Blu Ray reviews the most over any other site.

  • fabio

    Because there is the Italian dubbing? In previous seasons was available.

  • Scotty

    5 new commentaries and 4 of them on episodes that already had a (text) commentary. A silly decision and a wasted opportunity.

    • Lava_Lander

      I’ve never found text commentaries to be that compelling; they often stick to just what’s being shown on screen. The audio tracks often lead to a lot of free-form, unplanned discussion on a variety of topics and are much more entertaining.

  • Alex

    No reduction in price will mean a no buy for me. The £40-50 mark I can understand for TNG but not for Enterprise. Think CBS are missing out on a lot of pre-orders with this one.

    • vincanss

      well everything reduces in price eventually, and there’s always CEX..

  • SFSeries&Movies

    thanks TrekCore for this post, was looking out for it! 🙂

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  • Jamie

    £50 is way too much for the Enterprise Bluray sets which is what Amazon is trying to charge for the pre-order of the Season 3 set.
    I was lucky with Season 2 as Trekcore linked us to a nicely discounted price of £21.75 on Amazon.co.uk

    The sad part is the £50 price tag means the set will not sell well which is not a true reflection on the quality or popularity of the series, CBS’ greed is doing themselves out of more sales.

    I will be buying the Season 3 Bluray set but it won’t be until the price drops to at least £30.

  • Mat Rowe

    Trekcore do you have any info on the Australian release/date?