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Episodes

Title Episode Production number Date Original airdate
The Xindi 3x01 053 Unknown 2003-09-10
Anomaly 3x02 054 Unknown 2003-09-17
Extinction 3x03 055 Unknown 2003-09-24
Rajiin 3x04 056 Unknown 2003-10-01
Impulse 3x05 057 Unknown 2003-10-08
Exile 3x06 058 Unknown 2003-10-15
The Shipment 3x07 059 Unknown 2003-10-29
Twilight 3x08 060 Unknown 2003-11-05
North Star 3x09 061 Unknown 2003-11-12
Similitude 3x10 062 Unknown 2003-11-19
Carpenter Street 3x11 063 Unknown 2003-11-26
Chosen Realm 3x12 064 Unknown 2004-01-14
Proving Ground 3x13 065 2153-12-06 2004-01-21
Stratagem 3x14 066 2153-12-12 2004-02-04
Harbinger 3x15 067 2153-12-27 2004-02-11
Doctor's Orders 3x16 068 Unknown 2004-02-18
Hatchery 3x17 069 2154-01-08 2004-02-25
Azati Prime 3x18 070 2154-01 2004-03-03
Damage 3x19 071 Unknown 2004-04-21
The Forgotten 3x20 072 Unknown 2004-04-28
3x21 073 Unknown 2004-05-05
The Council 3x22 074 2154-02-12 2004-05-12
Countdown 3x23 075 2154-02-13 2004-05-19
Zero Hour 3x24 076 2154-02-14 2004-05-26

Summary

The third season of Enterprise focuses on the Enterprise NX-01's mission to prevent a second Xindi attack from destroying Earth. Unlike the show's second season, Enterprise's third season embraces a heavily serialized format dedicated to the search for the Xindi superweapon. Additionally, Archer, Trip, and T'Pol recieve considerable character development throughout the year.

The season concludes with the destruction of the Xindi weapon and the beginning of a brief story line that will bring the unpopular Temporal Cold War to an end the following season.

Background

  • Season Three of Enterprise marks a Star Trek first: the use of a single story arc for an entire season. The Xindi arc actually begins with "The Expanse", the cliffhanger ending of the previous season, and extends indirectly into the first three episodes of the next, "Storm Front", "Storm Front, Part II" and "Home".
  • The episode order for this season was cut from 26 to 24 episodes by Paramount, following some disappointing early ratings. As the season drew to a close, rumors grew that cancellation was close at hand, but the fourth season was confirmedwbm on 20 May 2004.
  • The title of the series changed to Star Trek: Enterprise after "Extinction" was broadcast. For the season 3 DVD set, the first episodes were updated to reflect the change.
  • The theme music was changed to have a more up-beat tempo, in line with Deep Space Nine's new theme starting with season four's premiere, "The Way of the Warrior", which was also changed to having a more up-beat tempo.
  • Recaps of previous events are included at the start of the episodes "The Xindi", "The Shipment", "Proving Ground", "Harbinger", "Hatchery", "Damage", "The Forgotten", "", "The Council", "Countdown" and "Zero Hour".
  • Season 3 was the only live-action season of the entire franchise to not feature a single Klingon character.

See also


Previous Season:
ENT Season 2
Seasons of
Star Trek: Enterprise
Next Season:
ENT Season 4 

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