There definitely is something of a Star Trek: Into Darkness vibe about Discovery, and Into Darkness was another homage to the original that still found its own way to navigate.
Star Trek: Discovery is set to premiere it's second season next year, but fans got a sneak peek today at San Diego Comic-Com at what's to come when the series returns.
Star Trek: Discovery's debut season concluded with a shocking blast from the franchise's past: the original series' Enterprise, face-to-face with Burnham and the crew of the Discovery. Additionally, Rainn Wilson will return as Harry Mudd in an episode that he will also direct, and Aldis Hodge (who played MC Ren in the 2015 film Straight Outta Compton) will star as the character "Craft" in another. Yet another will take a closer look at Saru's (Doug Jones) backstory, the first Kelpien to join Starfleet.
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What do you think of the Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 trailer? Kurtzman announced the plan for Star Trek: Short Treks at today's panel.
The inclusion of young Spock in Star Trek: Discovery has been questioned since the conclusion of Season 1 when the Discovery received a distress call from the USS Enterprise. Additionally, Tig Notaro will appear in a recurring role. The creative added that he and the rest of the Star Trek: Discovery crew know they "owe" fans "lot of answers about how this show connects to canon this season", and that viewers will get what they're after, just not in the way that they expect. Throughout the trailer, he comes across as a no-nonsense presence, albeit one with a subtle sardonic wit that looks a good fit for the series. Season 2 will consist of 13 episodes and will see the search for Spock unfold. The change could be partly due to a behind-the-scene shakeup on show, since Alex Kurtzman has taken over as showrunner from Aaron Harberts and Gretchen J. Berg on the new season.