Andromeda Series

Andromeda Series

Series Description

The Andromeda series was a 60 minute sci-fi show on the Sci-Fi channel about the Captain and crew of the military Starship Andromeda who were frozen in time in the event horizon of a black hole until a salvage ship pulled them out 300 years later. They found a universe where war had destroyed their intergalactic commonwealth of planets and civilization in general. The Andromeda and her crew roamed the universe in a quest to help improve the lives of the survivors.

Andromeda Series Cast

Kevin Sorbo .... Captain Dylan Hunt
Lisa Ryder .... Rebeka "Beka" Valentine
Laura Bertram .... Trance Gemini
Lexa Doig .... Andromeda Ascendant / Rommie
Gordon Michael Woolvett ... Seamus Zelazny Harper
Steve Bacic .... Telemachus Rhade
Brent Stait .... Reverend "Rev" Bem / Bohemian Far Traveler / Redplague (2000-2004)
Keith Hamilton Cobb .... Tyr Anasazi (2000-2003)
Brandy Ledford .... Doyle (2004-2005)

Andromeda Series Opening Narrative

(Voice: Kevin Sorbo)

"The long night has come. The system's Commonwealth, the greatest civilization in history has fallen. But now, one ship, one crew has vowed to drive back the night and rekindle the light of civilization. On the starship Andromeda, hope lives again."

Andromeda Series Trivia

Kevin Sorbo was called a "Greek God" in the Andromeda pilot. That referred to his role as Hercules on the series, "Hercules: The Legendary Journey".

The only actor who appeared in every episode of Andromeda was Kevin Sorbo.

On Andromeda, Lexa Doig played the part of a robot and Lisa Ryder played a human. Previously in the theatrical film, "Jason X", Lexa played a human and Lisa played the robot!

Dylan Hunt told us what his serial number was in episode #15, "Forced Perspective". It was "H.E. 5095C21922".

When Brandy Ledford first auditioned, she tried out for the role of Andromeda Ascendant, it went to Lexa Doig. Then, during season five, Lexa went on maternity leave and they brought Brandy in to play Doyle who would take over Rommie's responsibilities.

Gene Roddenberry was the creator of Andromeda because the idea for the series came from notes he wrote more than two decades earlier in 1976. Gene actually passed away nine years before Andromeda began being broadcast. As most sci-fi fans know, in addition to Andromeda, Gene was the creator of "Earth: Final Conflict", "The Original Star Trek", and therefore its offspring, "The Next Generation", "Deep Space Nine", "Voyager", and "Enterprise".

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