The Definitive List of Star Trek Fan Productions by Wowbagger Last Updated: 3/26/2009 ***** Total Length of All Dramatic Productions: 7280 minutes That Length Measured in Episodes: 169 episodes* Equivalent Episode**: “First Contact” ***** Updated and New to the List [Listing new, recategorized, or newly expanded projects, sorted inconsistently] Intrepid (filmed; +7 minutes; a vignette I failed to add last time. Go watch it! Go go go!) Defiant (audio; +85 minutes; three new episodes) Diplomatic Relations (audio; +42 minutes; new episodes) Continuing Mission (audio; +38 minutes; new episode) Mission of Mercy (audio; +9 minutes; new personal logs @ youtube channel) The Helena Chronicles (video; +27 minutes; new episode) Federation One (filmed & audio; +66 minutes; two new episodes; crossover with Starfleet Renegades) The Animated Series: Reloaded (animation mashup; +15 minutes; two episodes) The Romulan Wars (filmed; +20 minutes; new episode) Mirror Wars (audio; +31 minutes; iTunes-only; probably dead) Phoenix (filmed; +1 minute; new vignette) Cloak (in production) Guidance (in production) Requirius (in production) Outpost (in production) The Lions of the Night (in production) Quadrants (in production) Starfleet Renegades (back online; episode @ filefactory) Dark Frontier (website down) ***** Series [Everything on this list has released at least one contiguous part of one episode, however brief, that is publicly available on the Internet. Sorted in descending order by number of minutes produced. Does not account for quality. Does give an unfair advantage to audio shows, which can produce more minutes more easily than video-based projects. Minute counts are approximate at best and depend on how lazy I was adding up episode lengths last time I did the list. Assume each title has “Star Trek: [title here]” prepended in all official materials.] Hidden Frontier (filmed; 1361 minutes; completed; KP) Defiant (audio; 993 minutes) The Section 31 Files (audio; 731 minutes; completed; KP) Beyond (filmed; 386 minutes) Excelsior (audio; 383 minutes) Lost Frontier (audio; 325 minutes; KP) Phase II (fka New Voyages) (filmed; 264.5 minutes) Odyssey (filmed; 185 minutes; KP) Starship Farragut (filmed; 167 minutes) Pioneers (audio; 166 minutes; cancelled; KP) The Continuing Mission (audio; 165 minutes) The Helena Chronicles (filmed; 148 minutes; KP) Diplomatic Relations (audio; 132 minutes; KP) Eras (audio; 132 minutes) Unity (US) (audio; 120 minutes) Federation One (filmed; 103 minutes; KP) Starship Exeter (filmed; 100 minutes) Morning Star (machinima; 80 minutes; cancelled) Intrepid (filmed; 66 minutes) Dark Frontier (filmed; 61 minutes) Dispatches from the Romulan War (audio; 60 minutes) Tales of the Seventh Fleet (filmed; 60 minutes) Dimensions (audio; 47 minutes) Frontier (machinima; 40 minutes) Enterprise: The New Generation (plastic-based; 30 minutes; German) Aurora (CGI; 32 minutes) New Frontier (audio; 31 minutes; cancelled) The Way Back (machinima; 24 minutes) The Expedition (filmed; 20 minutes) Counter Worlds (spliced; 20 minutes) The Romulan Wars (filmed; 39 minutes) Starfleet Renegades (audio; 35 minutes; episode @ filefactory) Mirror Wars (audio; 31 minutes; iTunes-only; probably dead) The Animated Series: Reloaded (animation mashup; 15 minutes) Crossroads (audio; 15 minutes; cancelled) Tales of Death and Honour (audio; 12 minutes; KP) Mission of Mercy (audio; 9 minutes) Dark Armada (filmed; 9 minutes) Lexington (filmed; 3 minutes) Phoenix (filmed; 2 minutes) ***** One-Shots [Sorted alphabetically; all completed] Borg War (machinima; 90 minutes) Der Wert Vieler (film; 32 minutes; German) Encarta (filmed; 160 minutes) Of Gods and Men (filmed; 120 minutes) Operation: Beta Shield (filmed; 67 minutes; KP) Metrensky Incident (filmed; 57 minutes; Czech) A New Beginning (filmed; 40 minutes) The Orphans of War (filmed; 12 minutes) The Search (film; 40 minutes; German) Starship Mojave (filmed; 29 minutes; children) A Tale of Two Galaxies (filmed; 30 minutes) ***** In Production [Sorted by probability of actually being released, in my personal opinion] Horizon (Polish) Protector Osiris Temporal Investigations II Requirius Outpost Quadrants Origins Trinity Grissom Soldiers of Pawns Gatekeeper Cloak Guidance The Lions of the Night He Who Draws The Sword Titan Conflictos (Spanish) The Legacy (German) SFI Reanimated Hathaway Dauntless Dominion War Enterprise: Season Five Specter of the Past Starfleet Rangers: Alpha Colony Mars Holouniverse Excalibur The Second Mission Dark Reign USS Hannibal ***** Comedy/Parody [Sorted in no special order, but somewhat by awesomeness] Star Track: Idomo Stone Trek Star Wreck: In the Pirkinning Enterprise Flashed Steam Trek Redshirt Blues The Pepsi Generation The Angriness of Rojay Orion Slave Girls Must Die! Captain's Nightmare South Trek Star Trecch! Commander Rob The Return of Vorg ***** Unavailable Films & Series [Completed dramatic projects that have no known home on the Internet] NX-01 Voyages of the USS Angeles Chains of Betrayal Unity (UK) Foundation *Assumes forty-three minutes as standard episode length. **Denotes episode that would be airing if fan films were produced as a series alongside the seven hundred and seven episodes of the Star Trek canon. Thus, an episode count of 1 would be equivalent to “The Cage,” 80 would be equivalent to “Turnabout Intruder,” 81 to “Encounter at Farpoint, Part I,” 484 to “Sacred Ground,” 704 to “In A Mirror Darkly, Part II,” et cetera. This statistic is intended to demonstrate in clear terms the significant—and growing—length and breadth of fan-produced Star Trek taken as a whole. KP: Production includes Karl Puder, the Novachron in our midst. NOTICE: If you are aware of any fan projects not currently on this list, or have noticed errors, or have found an online version of one of the Unavailable Films, or have calculated the “minutes produced” for a series more precisely than my rough estimate, or just want to shoot the breeze about last week’s Doctor Who episode, please post in this thread or PM me. DISCLAIMER: I mainly keep this list for my personal reference; the fact that it is publicly pinned is a happy circumstance that I did not expect when I wrote it. I may refuse or simply ignore your suggestions, no matter how logical, well-reasoned, or eminently right they may appear to be, for the simple reason of “I don’t like it.” Please don’t take it personally.