Space: It’s big. Like, really big. These are the misadventures of a group of misfits that accidentally found themselves on the wrong side of a wormhole, trying not to blow up the galaxy in their attempts to make the long journey home. Join us on a voyage to the stars with the wholly unqualified Captain Tucker Lentz (Colton Dunn), scatterbrained scientist Elsa Rankfort (Felicia Day), apathetic technician Stew Merkel (Steve Berg) and the misanthropic A.I. Sorry (Janet Varney). The universe will never be the same.
The year is 2263. Tucker Lentz (Colton Dunn), an inept insurance salesman with dreams of being a space captain finally gets a chance to leave Earth when he boards a tourist shuttle to venture into the galaxy. He is heading to the Space Station ASHA, a facility dedicated to studying a wormhole that mysterious appeared near the moon 25 years ago. However, things quickly go wrong and he finds himself thrust into a great adventure alongside know-it-all lead science officer Elsa Rankfort (Felicia Day), a bumbling janitor (Steve Berg), and an Alien AI (Janet Varney), as well as other members of the ASHA crew. These are the crew logs chronicling their voyage... to the stars!
After leaving the Wormhole, Tucker, Elsa, Stew and the other crew realize the anomaly has vanished without a trace. Now they're stuck in some unknown part of the galaxy with no way home. What's worse, Sorry informs the crew that the ship is dangerously low on fuel and they must seek the aid of the inhabitants of a nearby planet. This marks first contact for humans with an alien race. And so, our adventure begins...
Featuring special guest Amir Talai.
The crew returns to Chronos in an attempt to find fuel for their ship, but they quickly discover that Blake, and the Hodie, are harboring a dangerous secret. Will our intrepid adventurers get their Chromium? Will Elsa fist more aliens? Find out in the next installment of Voyage to the Stars!
As our intrepid explorers search for Earth, Tucker struggles to earn the respect of his new crew, particularly the lackadaisical Arnold (Cole Stratton). Elsa discovers a new friend in cold storage, and Sorry helps Stew get some time away from the rest of his shipmates for some peace and quiet.
The ship has become a non-stop party ever since Arnold staged a mutiny against Tucker and took over as captain. Tucker tries to make friends with his fellow crew members to get back in their good graces. Stew is discovering from his clones that he might not be that pleasant to be around. Meanwhile, Elsa realizes she made a mistake supporting Arnold as captain, and Mac continues to grow at an alarming rate.
Tucker and his crew encounter the planet Vox in their search for Earth, where they encounter Palom (Hal Lublin), a follower of something they call The Word. Tensions run high amid Tucker, Elsa and Stew as they discover their different political views.
This episode is sponsored by ZipRecruiter (www.ziprecruiter.com/VOYAGE).
Tucker worries that Sorry is being overtaxed as things keep going awry with the ship. The crew discovers something very surprising about their A.I.'s personal life, and Stew reconnects with an old flame. Featuring special guest Deborah Baker Jr.
This episode is sponsored by Vrbo.
Sorry invites babe into her system which causes more issues for Tucker and the others on the ship. As things escalate with Mi.RA, Stew might need help from the others to save himself - and the ship! Featuring special guest Deborah Baker Jr.
This episode is sponsored by VRBO.
The long journey is starting to wear down the crew. With her birthday just around the corner, Elsa is feeling pangs of homesickness. Tucker rescues a very empathetic alien named Dmitri, who agrees to counsel the fatigued crew in exchange for a ride. Featuring guest star Tom Lenk.
This episode is sponsored by NHTSA, ZipRecruiter (www.ziprecruiter.com/VOYAGE), and VRBO.
Tucker and the crew head for a planet called The Collectorium, which features exhibits on alien cultures from around the universe, after hearing they have an attraction about Earth. Could this finally be the clue they've needed to get home? Featuring special guest Eric Edelstein.
Tucker and the crew close in on information at The Collectorium that might show them the way home. Meanwhile, it's clear that the Zookeeper has taken an overly keen interest in Sorry and their ship. Featuring special guest Eric Edelstein.
In this special episode, Sorry and Stew have launched their own podcast appropriately titled Sorry Not Sorry! In their premiere episode, the duo interview a hitchhiker (Jake Johnson) who tries to insert himself between the two. Hear more episodes of "Sorry Not Sorry" only on Stitcher Premium. For a free month, go to stitcherpremium.com and use promo code 'VOYAGE.'
This episode is sponsored by ZipRecruiters (www.ziprecruiter.com/VOYAGE).
Tucker and the others have to prove they're capable of more than just mayhem and genocide when Sorry finds a loophole in her programming that allows for her to execute the crew for being a threat to the galaxy. Featuring special guest Suzy Nakamura.
Reeling from his rejection by Elsa, Tucker contemplates whether he belongs on the ship. The crew arrive on the planet Adara, known for its beautiful inhabitants. The alien Sylpheed takes a very keen interest in Tucker... Featuring special guest Nyima Funk.
Elsa does her best as the new Captain of the anomalous ship, while Tucker gets ready to tie the knot with Sylpheed. However, Sorry reveals some information to Stew about the planet Adara that reveals things might not be quite as good as they seem for old Tuck. Featuring special guest Nyima Funk.
In part one of the season finale, Tucker and the crew arrive at the planet Rankart, home to a civilization of highly advanced aliens whom they believe can help find Earth. However, a dangerous surprise is waiting for them... Featuring special guest Chris Williams.
In part 2 of our season finale, the crew have been captured by Zell and the other disciples of the Nothing. Now they need to escape before this powerful entity consumes them all. Featuring special guest Chris Williams.
What up Voyagers?! Did you think the genociding was over? Think again! We're coming back for Season Two this fall with new crew member Kirsten Vangsness (Criminal Minds) and a slew of amazing guest stars. Stay tuned!
A special preview of season 2 of Marvel’s award-winning podcast, Wolverine: The Lost Trail. Episodes 1 and 2 are out now for free, wherever you get your podcasts!
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In this LIVE version of Sorry Not Sorry, Stew and Sorry attend PodXterestial, an intergalactic podcast festival, to meet fellow artists around the galaxy. Featuring special guest Hal Lublin and Symphony Sanders.
In part 2 of this LIVE version of Sorry Not Sorry, Stew and Sorry attend PodXterestial, an intergalactic podcast festival, to meet fellow artists around the galaxy. Featuring special guest Hal Lublin and Symphony Sanders.
After Tucker throws his team under the bus, The Supremes summon the rest of the crew to testify regarding their involvement in the various genocides they’ve committed. Featuring special guest Phil LaMarr.
Tucker and Elsa have switched bodies due to Nibor's faulty wish granting. Will they find a way to get back into their own skin? And what mayhem is Tucker going to get into while inhabiting Elsa? Feature special guest Harvey Guillen.
When a Nothing ship appears on their radar, the crew suspect there may be a traitor on board. Thankfully, the infamous intergalactic detective Inspector LeStrauss is ready to come to their aide! Featuring special guest Paul F. Tompkins.
As Tucker and the crew are rapidly approaching Earth, they decide to cut loose and celebrate on the holodeck, but a glitching helper AI named CLAPP-E has other plans. Featuring special guest Erinn Hayes.
This episode is sponsored by Parcast - Mythology (www.parcast.com/MYTHOLOGY).
Do you not just want to hear about adventures, but also the crushing boredom of long space travel? In this special bottle episode, caller Number Seven Elsa Rankfort joins Sorry to discuss what humans do between missions.
Voyage to the Stars is soaring into local comic book shops near you! With the help of IDW we brought together a crack team: James Asmus (Writer), Connie Daidone (Artist), and Reggie Graham (Colorist). Coming this August!
Meet the talented artists behind the scenes of the Voyage to the Stars comic book in this in depth round table hosted by our producer Joe LeFavi (Genuine Entertainment). Featuring: Ryan Copple (VTTS creator), James Asmus (the writer), Connie Diadone (the artist), Reggie Graham (the colorist) and Chase W. Marotz (the editor).
Get issue one of Voyage to the Stars now at Amazon, IDW Publishing, or at your local comic book shop!