It’s a big sigh of relief when a spin-off of a classic comes out like the original star trek (which ran from 1966 to 1969) is well made, polished and gripping. Especially if this show stands out in a franchise at twelve – yes, you read that right – twelve corresponding series. Star Trek: Strange New Worldswhich serves as a prequel to the original (and iconic). star trek Series follows Captain Christopher Pike (AnsonMount) while guiding his crew through the galaxy aboard the USS Enterprise. The show, which premiered in 2022, was met with critical acclaim from the start and continues to find fans with each new season – an impressive achievement at a time when so many shows are drowning in the streaming clutter. Now renewed for a third season right after the season 2 finale, here’s everything we know so far about the next chapter of the epic space adventure.
When is Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Season 3 coming out?
With the Season 2 finale leaving fans wanting more, it’s only natural that they’re excited for Season 3 to arrive as soon as possible. While the episodes are expected to return in 2024, production will have to start all over again, so we may have to wait a bit before we get the answers we’re craving.
Where can you watch Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Season 3?
While Strange New Worlds The first two episodes premiered on CBS in 2022. All episodes are now streaming on Paramount+. It can be assumed that the third season of the show will also premiere on the CBS-affiliated streaming service. Subscriptions to Paramount+ are available in two tiers: Paramount+ Essential (with ads, $5.99/month) and Paramount+ with SHOWTIME (without ads, $11.99/month).
Is there a trailer for Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Season 3?
Since production of the third season hasn’t started yet, there won’t be a trailer for some time. Instead, you can watch the original trailer for the series in the player above:
Who are the creators of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds?
Strange New Worlds is produced by CBS Studios, Secret Hideout and Roddenberry Entertainment and distributed by Paramount+. The show was created by Akiva Goldsman, Alex KurtzmanAnd Jenny Lumetwith Goldsman and Henry Alonso Myers act as co-showrunner. Kurtzman, Goldsman, Lumet and Myers are executive producers on the series alongside Aaron Baiers. Heather Kadin, Frank Siracusa, John Weber, Rod RoddenberryAnd Trevor Roth.
Who is in the cast of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Season 3?
At the helm is fan-favorite Captain Pike, played by Anson Mount. Mount is no stranger star trek world in which he also performed Star Trek: Discovery in 2019. His other credits include films such as dr Strange in the multiverse of madness and that Britney Spears-led drama from 2002 Crossing. Ethan PeckSpock is another character that appeared in discovery next to the mountain. Peck also worked on shows like woman secretary And 10 things I hate about you. Wise La’an is played by Christina Chongbelonging to its credits Johnny English reborn And Tom and Jerry. Erica Ortegas is played by Melissa Naviatheir guest roles include bull, The homeland, And billion. Rebecca Romjin plays Una-Chin Riley, Pike’s number one. While Romjin is known for movies as X-Men And Austin PowersPerhaps her most memorable role was Cheryl, the beautiful girl with the disgusting apartment in season 4 of Friends. Pike’s crew is rounded off by Babs Olusanmokun (dune) as Dr. m’benga, Celia Rose Gooding (foul play) as Nyota Uhura and Jess Bush (play forever) as Nurse Christine Chapel. Arguably one of the best parts of the Season 2 finale was the appearance of Lieutenant Montgomery Scott (Martin Quinn), the infamous – and wrong – quote from the OG series: “Beam me up, Scotty!”
What is Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Season 3 about?
With so many unanswered questions in the season 2 finale, there are many possibilities for where season 3 could take Captain Pike and his crew. After the fun and games of the previous musical episode, things went back into danger mode very quickly and viewers were faced with a cliffhanger at the end. With the reappearance of the Gorn (the reptilian-humanoid aliens first seen in ). star trek In the 1960s, Pike was faced with a choice: either obey the Enterprise’s orders and not deal with the Gorn, or do whatever he could to save his people. Pike, the ever-optimistic hero that he is, decides he must try to save his crew. And seeing the young Gorn working together gives him a hunch that the species might be able to communicate, tempting him to attempt to save his crew without violence. While it’s unclear what a big role the Gorn will play in Season 3, Pike’s interest in their ability to communicate is perhaps a major factor in ensuring something like this doesn’t happen again. To make matters worse, it is revealed that Pike’s lover, Captain Batel, planted Gorn Eggs and she may have to sacrifice herself to save everyone else. This isn’t clarified in the finale either, which adds another layer to what season 3 could bring. Will she survive? And if so, what happens to the Gorn Eggs? Also inveterate star trek Fans were no doubt excited to see Montgomery Scott in the season 2 finale. While the character first appeared in the 1960s, portrayed by James Doohanthis is his first time Strange New Worlds. The reintroduction of this iconic character leaves a lot of potential for Season 3.
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