Voyage Trekkers launches ‘Remarkable’ 2nd season

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The web series about the crew of the “worst starship in the Galactic Union” returns for a funnier, more epic and character-driven second season. Yes: Voyage Trekkers is back!

Watch the second season premiere above.

Creator Nathan Blackwell and Executive Producer Tray Goodman launch Season 2 of Voyage Trekkers.

May 1st, 2013, Phoenix, Arizona: Voyage Trekkers, the sci-fi comedy web series about the worst crew in the galaxy, returns to ruin new lives and civilizations with the launch of it’s second season.

“We’re so excited to unveil Season 2 after a year and a half of hard work,” says Creator Nathan Blackwell. “The comedy is more outlandish, the stories are bigger, and we’re diving deeper into the characters this time. We have some fantastic things planned for Season 2 and I can’t wait for the audience to see them.”

Voyage Trekkers follows the crew of the GSV Remarkable, the worst starship in the Galactic Union, as they struggle to make a name for themselves. The show is a scripted series of 10 weekly episodes. You can connect with Voyage Trekkers on Facebook, Twitter,YouTube, Blip, Tumblr, and at

“There’s a certain expectation people have when it comes to sci-fi on the web, that the production values are a bit cheesy, and with Season 2 ofVoyage Trekkers we really wanted to raise the bar on what people are used to,” explains Blackwell. “Our first episode is scored by a fifty-nine piece orchestra, we have a beautiful CGI ship this time around, and we built a twenty-five by twenty-five foot bridge set for the characters.”


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