Star Trek: Voyager

TV review by Will Wade, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 8+

Getting lost in space has never been so much fun.

Parents say

age 12+

Based on 4 reviews

Kids say

age 10+

Based on 27 reviews

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Community Reviews

age 12+

Ratings require revision

While it is difficult to rate a TV series (particularly when one goes well over 100 episodes), I think some of the content advice is a bit off in areas. For starters, while the show is upbeat and optimistic, there are episodes which can be very dark and mature, enough to warrant an M rating. For example; "sex" should be boosted to three stars, not one. There is an episode in Season 3 where the Chief Engineer develops a heightened sex drive after a member of the crew attempts to force her into a sexual act. The entire episode, which follows, concerns the woman and a man alone in a series of caves where she is begging him for sex while he is turning her down, knowing that she isn't wanting it with her genuine drive. There are several other episodes concerning sex, reproduction, and mature themes of this nature. The sexual content in this show is above one star. Please amend. The same can be said for the violence.
age 10+

Good show!

I like this show it's a really good show!

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