Meet your new Spock in trailer for 'Star Trek: Discovery' season 2

Cristina Cross
October 10, 2018

As part of the New York Comic Con celebrations, the new trailer for Star Trek: Discovery, which goes out on Netflix in the United Kingdom, has been debuted online. In addition to its original series, which include STAR TREK: DISCOVERY, THE GOOD FIGHT, STRANGE ANGEL, ONE DOLLAR and NO ACTIVITY, CBS All Access gives CBS fans the ability to watch more than 10,000 episodes on demand - spanning current shows from primetime, daytime and late night, as well as past seasons of select series and classic TV hits - and stream their local CBS station live.

During the panel discussion at NYCC, Doug Jones, who plays the Kelpian commanding officer Saru, mentioned that his character will discover something new about himself and will turn to Michael Burnham (Martin-Green) to help him through it. "It's like nothing you've seen before!"

Star Trek: Discovery has so far received generally positive reviews, garnering an 82% Rotten Tomatoes rating. It will be available in multiple covers, with connecting covers by Messina and retailer incentive variant covers by George Caltsoudas ("Star Trek vs. Transformers") and J.K. Woodward ("Star Trek: The Next Generation - Mirror Broken"). These two characters also have a tumultuous relationship, and it will be interesting to see how both of them work together.

The trailer opens with USS Discovery's new captain Christopher Pike (Anson Mount) delivering a motivational speech, followed by Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) talking about seven signals that "appeared across the galaxy", with Pike telling her that they have to find out "the source and intent of those signals". "And we get to go to my home planet". "In season one, Stamets was kind of crabby and grumpy". Instead of prison, circumstances forced her to serve on board the Discovery during a time of war with the Klingon Empire, under the command of Captain Gabriel Lorca (Jason Isaacs), who was not exactly what he seemed.

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The season is the first under new showrunner Alex Kurtzman (Sleepy Hollow, Star Trek: Into Darkness). "We all wait for the scripts and we'll see what happens".

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