I have a soft spot for Voyager as it was the Trek series that got me into the franchise. It was only when I watched some of DS9s arcs, and episodes of TNG and TOS that I realised how much deeper Trek could go. I still think Voyager had one of the best premises for Trek or any sci-fi show out there and there were some great episodes and ideas within it. However it just felt like it failed to hit the peaks of other Trek shows or come close to reaching it's potential, so why not have a do over? Here are some reasons why I think a reboot would work. - It will be a show going back to Trek roots. Exploration and dealing with the unknown. - It can exist outside of all current Trek. It could even be sold as Kelvinverse Voyager. - It would be a great way to bring in new viewers to Trek as the show could be made in a way where it didn't need much prior knowledge of the Trek universe. - It doesn't need to be faithful to the original and they can pick and choose to reuse the best story arcs, characters, aliens as well as adding completely new ones. It would feel fresh for new and old viewers alike. (eg instead of the Borg as a big baddie it could be an evolved form of Control) - It's perfect for modern serialization and streaming. Any other reasons for or reasons against a reboot?