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S1.E1 ∙ Strange New Worlds

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S1.E2 ∙ Children of the Comet

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S1.E3 ∙ Ghosts of Illyria

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S1.E4 ∙ Memento Mori

Gia Sandhu in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds (2022)

S1.E5 ∙ Spock Amok

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S1.E6 ∙ Lift Us Where Suffering Cannot Reach

Michael Hough in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds (2022)

S1.E7 ∙ The Serene Squall

Christina Chong in The Elysian Kingdom (2022)

S1.E8 ∙ The Elysian Kingdom

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S1.E9 ∙ All Those Who Wander

Paul Wesley in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds (2022)

S1.E10 ∙ A Quality of Mercy

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It's a huge sigh of relief when a spinoff of a classic like the original Star Trek (which ran from 1966 to 1969) is well done, polished, and gripping. Especially when that show stands out in a franchise with twelve - yes, you read that right - twelve corresponding series. Star Trek: Strange New Worlds , which serves as a prequel to the original (and iconic) Star Trek series, follows Captain Christopher Pike ( Anson Mount ) as he leads his crew through the galaxy aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise. The show, which premiered in 2022, was met with high critical acclaim from the beginning and continues to find fans with each new season - an impressive feat in a time when so many shows get lost in the streaming shuffle. Now renewed for a third season right after its Season 2 finale, here's everything we know so far about the next chapter in the epic space adventure.

With Season 2's finale leaving fans wanting more, it's only natural to be itching for Season 3 to come as soon as possible. While episodes are expected to return in 2024, the production window was from December 2023 to June 2024 for Season 3 , so we may have to wait a bit before we get the answers we're craving .

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds follows Captain Christopher Pike (played by Anson Mount) and the crew of the starship USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) in the 23rd century as they explore new worlds throughout the galaxy in the decade before Star Trek: The Original Series.

While Strange New Worlds premiered its first two episodes 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 commercials, $5.99/month) and Paramount+ with SHOWTIME (commercial-free, $11.99/month).

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With production recently ending, there is still no official footage from Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Season 3. That said, we hope to get our first look at the new season sometime later this year. Stay tuned to Collider as we await more info.

Leading the charge is fan-favorite Captain Pike , played by Anson Mount. Mount is no stranger to the Star Trek world, as he also appeared in Star Trek: Discovery in 2019. His other credits include films like Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and the Britney Spears -led 2002 drama Crossroads . Ethan Peck 's Spock is another character who appeared in Discovery alongside Mount. Peck also worked on shows like Madam Secretary and 10 Things I Hate About You . The astute La'an is played by Christina Chong , whose credits include Johnny English Reborn and Tom and Jerry .

Erica Ortegas is played by Melissa Navia , whose guest roles include Bull , Homeland , and Billions . Rebecca Romjin plays Una-Chin Riley, Pike's Number One. While Romjin is known for films like X-Men and Austin Powers , perhaps her most unforgettable role was as Cheryl, the gorgeous girl with the disgusting apartment in Season 4 of Friends . Rounding out Pike's crew are Babs Olusanmokun ( Dune ) as Dr. M'Benga, Celia Rose Gooding ( Foul Play ) as Nyota Uhura, and Jess Bush ( Playing For Keeps ) as Nurse Christine Chapel. Arguably, one of the best parts of the Season 2 finale was the appearance of Lieutenant Montgomery Scott ( Martin Quinn ), of the infamous - and incorrect - quote from the OG series: "Beam me up, Scotty!"

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 Kurtzman , and Jenny Lumet , with Goldsman and Henry Alonso Myers serving as co-showrunners . Kurtzman, Goldsman, Lumet, and Myers are executive producers on the series, alongside Aaron Baiers, Heather Kadin , Frank Siracusa , John Weber , Rod Roddenberry , and Trevor Roth .

The series was originally set to film early in 2023 but due to the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, the series was delayed by several months. Thankfully, they recently wrapped up filming in Canada earlier this year. Anson Mount took to Instagram to celebrate the conclusion of filming.

Mount also wrote a heartfelt message to fans after concluding production, saying:

“So that’s it guys, that is a wrap on season 3, at least from me, there’s still a little bit of work to be done. I feel like I could sleep for a week, but I still have many travels and many things ahead of me to do, and I’m trying to keep spoilers out of the shots here. Thank you for your patience, especially during the strikes, it wasn’t anyone’s intention for us to be delayed to that extent. Thank you for sticking with us, thank you to our lifelong Star Trek fans, I am one of you and it’s because of people like you that I get to live out my dreams like this and I’ll never stop thanking you for having me in your house.”

With many unanswered questions in the Season 2 finale, there are lots of possibilities for where Season 3 could take Captain Pike and his crew. After the fun and games of the previous musical episode , things switched back to danger mode very quickly, and viewers were ultimately left with a cliffhanger. With the re-appearance of the Gorn (the reptilian-humanoid extraterrestrials first seen in Star Trek in the 1960s), Pike was faced with a decision: heed the commands of the Enterprise not to engage with the Gorn, or do whatever he can to save his people. Pike, being the always-optimistic hero that he is, decides he must try and save his crew. And, when he sees young Gorn working together, his hunch that the species may be able to communicate leads him to want to try and save his crew without violence. While it's unclear how big a role the Gorn will play in Season 3, perhaps Pike's interest in their ability to communicate will be an important factor in not having this happen again.

To add (gross) insult to injury, it is revealed that Gorn eggs have been planted in Pike's love interest, Captain Batel, and she may have to sacrifice herself in order to save everyone else. This is also not resolved in the finale, adding another layer to what Season 3 might bring. Will she survive? And if so, what happens to the Gorn eggs? Additionally, diehard Star Trek fans were no doubt thrilled to see Montgomery Scott appear in the Season 2 finale. While the character first appeared in the 1960s, as portrayed by James Doohan , this is his first time on Strange New Worlds. The re-introduction of this iconic character leaves a lot of potential for Season 3.

There are still many more stories to be told and strange new worlds to explore. In a surprise to no one, Paramount+ has already renewed Star Trek: Strange New Worlds for a fourth season. Mount took to Instagram , saying:

"We’ll see you again in the spring when Star Trek: Strange New Worlds goes back into production for Season 4!"

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Anson Mount Says ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ Season 3 Takes “Bigger Swings” Than Musical Episode

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| June 12, 2024 | By: TrekMovie.com Staff 99 comments so far

Production on the third season wrapped up less than a month ago, and now the star of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds is hyping what we can expect to see on the next adventure of the USS Enterprise.

Emboldened to take bigger swings

Strange New Worlds prides itself on taking “big swings,” incorporating different styles and genres into its episodic format. Season 2 turned that up a notch, doing a crossover episode with the animated series Lower Decks (“Those Old Scientists) and a musical episode (“Subspace Rhapsody”). It looks like the trend will continue into season 3: Anson Mount (Captain Christopher Pike) is doing press for the show’s Emmy campaign (nominations are announced in a few weeks), and he talked to Gold Derby primarily about season 2, but was also asked about the next season. He wouldn’t get into how they are going to pick up on the season 2 Gorn cliffhanger, but he did hype the new season:

I think it’s not just an exciting season, but I think it’s just—storytelling wise, development wise, technically—it’s going to be our best season so far. A lot of that has to do with even bigger swings taken. The musical episode will not be the craziest thing that we have done by the end of this.

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Ethan Peck as Spock and Anson Mount as Pike in “Those Old Scientists” (Paramount+)

The actor went on to talk about why he believes the show is getting better as they progress into their third season:

It’s just feeling more ownership over what it is that we’re doing and realizing that it continues to resonate. We were all pretty sure that we had something with season 1, but you could have knocked us over with a feather when we saw actual response. The response was incredible. It was an honor to get to get to go to the Critics Choice Awards this year. We did not expect that at all. And yeah, people are actually watching and enjoying what we’re doing. So we’re feeling even more emboldened.

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Ethan Peck as Spock and Anson Mount as Capt. Pike in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds season 2 finale (Michael Gibson/Paramount+)

Recently, Paramount+ confirmed that season 3 will debut in 2025 and that they’ve ordered a fourth season of the series. Filming for season 4 is expected to begin in the spring of 2025 .

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Good. I’m completely agnostic on the format for any Trek show. It could center on one character or dozens of characters. It could be heavily serialized or be completely an anthology, with zero returning characters from week to week. It could be a sitcom, a political thriller, a mystery series, a musical, a legal drama, a show about a suburban family, a variety show, a talkshow, a sketch comedy show, public access, a vlog, or be made up entirely Federation Council C-SPAN. The more different each Trek show is from previous Trek shows, the better. As far as I’m concerned, Trek is a philosophy, not a genre or format.

Ha, well said. Very much agreed.

Strongly disagree.

Well, whether I agree with you or not, it does seem to be morphing into that. Good or bad, your mileage may vary.

The only reason they talk about the format, is because the producers bring it up. I don’t think anyone really cares about the format, as long as the material is good. It’s just not.

On SNW, the material has been phenomenal, some of the best space-based adventure science fiction I’ve seen in many many years.

Spot on, friendo.

I do worry they are teetering on the edge towards ‘Parody Trek’. The odd “fun” episode is fine – but don’t get too gimmicky.

Too late, I’m afraid and sad to say. Not that they can’t course correct.. but the word ’emboldened’ is scary in the context of this particular story.

Yeah, I’m rather concerned by his statement. SNW veers way too much into MCU/everything-ends-with-a-quip kind of tone. I hate that Spock has become a bit of a joke character. I need my Trek predominantly serious with just a judicious sprinkling of humour. Sadly, this isn’t quite for me.

In concerned when this came out they said they was going back to the original roots of Star Trek from the 60’s. S1 was great and loved the 10th episode showing how without Kirk what happened in that episode. But S2 was not as good as S1 the 10th episode was the best one of the season. I’m hoping they go back to stick with great story telling and keep it true to the original values from the 60’s. I like the show but the stories are getting a bit off script. To hear him say they are taken more swings is troublesome to me.

Depends on what the swings are.

Star Trek has ALWAYS had fun & action as part of its mix.

Oh God, please not the “bigger swings” talking point again. If I hear those two words coming out of the cast’s mouths again, like at every interview and press event last season, I’m going to scream. Come on PR team…you know you can do better…

“creative risks” “deeper stories” “pushing the outside of the envelope” (for all you Right Stuff fans out there…) “aiming higher” “exploring new ground”

Come on Trekmovie gang, let’s help them out. Your homework assignment is to come up with at least two descriptors that are better than “bigger swings.”

Well, it’s better than finding other ways to say, “Just more of the same then.”

After season 1 of SNW, I’d have settled for “just more of the same”… all these “bigger swings” are leaving me dissatisfied with the promise of those first 10 episodes.

I get that. With so few episodes there’s clearly a pull between wanting them to be conceptually memorable vs just hunkering down and getting the fundamentals right on something simpler. It’s wild to me we’ve never had an Ortegas episode, too.

But I am an outlier in this sometimes. Like, I loved Sherlock series 3 – it was less about adapting old Conan Doyle stories and more about swinging for the fences while deepening the characters and relationships.

I’d rather hear “bigger swings” than when people post that they are “cautiously optimistic”

don’t forget “thinking outside the box.”

It’s the new version of ‘doubling down’

Thanks god there’s still Strange New Worlds for some real live action Star Trek! After the bad taste left from Discovery I can’t wait for season 3 of SNW.

Puppets? ;)

Puppets…on ice!

Brilliant!!!

Puppets are Not Thaat crazy

“Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea” had an episode called “The Deadly Dolls” starring Vincent Price.

Speaking of Big swings, I give you, Voyage To The Bottom of The Sea. Dolls, Leprechauns,Robots, you name it.

Hey Angel did it and it was, A HOOT!

Plus, you KNOW they want to place, Pike’s Peak on a puppet.

How about some actual exploration of the final frontier where it is dangerous, isolated and full of the unknown? I know it would be different to do some “Wagon Train to the Stars” with some Yellowstone type dilemmas where there is no time travel reset and you have to live with mistakes, etc, and the actions of a single starship decide the fate of millions might not be as catchy as say playing cartoons and a singing episode but might be worth a shot. There could be this show where the Federation explores, colonizes, etc.. or you could do what you did before and just jump ahead where there are thousands of starships and borders everywhere, whatever. Sigh, at least the ship and the cast are there. They can only dull that bridge so much making it monochrome.

someone promote this dude to Cpt., toot suite.

Yes! Exactly.

Yes, please!!!

Agreed, brother!

Agreed! It’s such an obvious route to take.

My thoughts exactly!!!

Have a feeling it would be vetoed as, ‘has already been done before’ or ‘don’t know how to make that work and nobody I work with and know is skilled enough to try.’

Other than that, you go straight to the head of the class, as usual.

Absolutely on point! Stories with real exploration please.

If that’s what the series turns out to be overall, I’m fine with that. We’ve had literally hundreds of traditional Trek episodes; nothing wrong with doing something a bit different for a while provided it’s of high quality.

Still wish they hadn’t brought the Gorn in, though.

As with anything, it’s about balance and respect for what’s come before. This creative braintrust has neither. An episode here or there is a fun diversion. Problem is, last season was more ‘diversion’ than substance. This show needs some real substance.

Why? There’s plenty of Trek that’s more substance than diversion; as long as they’re doing it well, I don’t see any problem with inverting that equation for a while.

Anyways, it’s not like they’re never doing proper Trek on this series.

The “Big Swing” Episodes did not feel organic or needed. They were musical and/or comedic. I’d argue that with only 10 or so episodes, you need less diversion, and more substantive episodes. As stand alone episodes, some of it, I liked in certain capacities, but I’d really prefer to see the Enterprise, and this crew, have a good take on exploring new worlds with high sci fi concepts. Not some contrived BS science that makes crew members break into coordinated song (just break the 4th wall and make it exist outside of canon, for god’s sake… or make it a dream sequence). The Sci Fi stuff they do tackle is mostly tropes from Trek or other sci-fi series. This is what happens when you don’t hire Sci-Fi people. This show’s biggest problem, is it can’t decide what it’s supposed to be… all under the banner of ‘big swings’. Say what you want about Discovery, it remained true to its core concept of being about family and the connection of the crew. How much exploration of new worlds have they actually done? It’s sad.

Sorry Bryant… I got on my soapbox a bit. lol.

It’s fair! I have been known to climb up on a soapbox myself. You make some good points, but I stand by my assessment that if this series turns out to be something a bit different from what we’ve gotten for literally decades, that’s okay with me.

I’d love if SNW did an episode based on that Trek short story from “New Voyages” (in the seventies, I think?) where the crew of the ship cross into our reality and meet the actors. That might be a lot of fun.

We agree in that I do want different, but I just want them to take it seriously. Both in respecting what’s come before, and in tone. I don’t mind the occasional aside. I just feel like this creative team needs someone to pull them back.. they’re going too far.

Supernatural did something like that.It was a good episode, too.

I keep hearing that’s a show I need to see someday.

Making it a dream sequence mean’s that it never happened, which gives it no weight at all.

I am curious to see if this version of the Gorn continues to physiologically evolve. I do not think we have seen it’s final form, yet.

Probably true. I think the most full-grown one we’ve seen is pretty cool; it just doesn’t fit — not even vaguely — with “Arena.” I just pretend the show is a reboot (pre-boot?) so I don’t have to worry about it all that much. And yet, I kind of still do.

Bless their hearts. They just can’t help themselves. They don’t need big swings, they just need to focus on writing good Trek. If I never hear the term ‘big swing’ out of someone’s mouth, describing their approach to writing this show, I’d be happy.

Yeah, that phrase has greatly outlived its usefulness, not just regarding this series but in general. It’s basically just an overplayed verbal meme at this point.

I’m curious how the per episode word count of nu-trek compares to that of the older shows. I wouldn’t be surprised if it is a lot less. Seems like it anyway.

But I agree, no big swings are really needed when there is solid writing that makes sense from start to finish.

SNW is still my favorite of the new shows. I just wish they would return to doing the episodes they did in season one.

The cast and overall upbeat tone of this show are great. It’s a show I want to love, but they keep finding ways to distract from the story.. so much of what they’re doing is head scratching (making the big bad the Gorn instead of just some new alien species) that takes me right out of it.

Hopefully, that means tackling some complicated stories with adult overtones. Season one was 12th grade compared to season two’s 7th grade.

Absolutely agree.

One of the good things about episodic TV is being able to easily skip episodes that, well, just aren’t for you. I love DS9 and enjoy Voyager for what it is, but to this day there are still episodes I haven’t seen in full. Quark in drag? Pass. Neelix tells a story to kids or something? Uh, I should really re-alphabetize my canned food. Been meaning to do that.

I should add that I [mostly] enjoy Voyager for what it is.

I think SNW is somewhere around 50-50 for me.

Agreed on Voyager.

Finally, someone else who takes a dump on that Quark sex-change episode. Now I don’t have to work so hard to denigrate it!

It was my least favorite DS9 episode.

Mark my words we’re getting a puppets on ice episode! 😂

If Jonathan Frakes is directing it, I’m completely in!!!

If the puppets on ice are as good as “Those Old Scientists” and “Subspace Rhapsody,” bring them on! :-)

Hey there great to see you! 😊

And I agree.TOS is my favorite SNW episode period. Didn’t love SR as much but I did like and know it’s become a fan favorite as well

So yeah bring it on!

Both of those episodes are nominated for Hugos, so we’re not the only ones who liked them. :-)

And yes, it’s always nice to see you around!

“Bigger swings” is EXACTLY why it’s good to have the so-called filler episodes in longer seasons.

That’s an excellent argument for longer seasons, ‘Drew! With 22-26 episodes, the X-Files could give equal portions of serious mythology segments and one-off “monster-of-the-week” fare. I’ve always argued that the fat could be trimmed from your standard 26-episode season, but then again, they were never in a rush to tell the story inside of 40-some minutes (50-some for TOS).

YES! So true.

Where would the money for that come from?

Potential ‘out there’ big swings for s3:

Star Trek Legacy crossover with Jeri Ryan, Patrick Stewart, Dorn, etc ..(directed by Frakes of course).

Enterprise crossover with Admiral Archer.

Kelvinverse crossover with Quinto Spock, (special guest director JJ Abrams)

I would be so up for any of these. I can’t wait for season 3.

Some of those probably more likely for s4/2026 anniversary, although a TOS crossover be more likely for then, (i.e. Shatner/TOS movie era crew in some AI type way,)

Before it was shown, I was really, REALLY against the crossover episode with Lower Decks, but as it turned out, I LOVED it.

Before it was shown, I was a bit dubious about the idea of a musical episode, but as it turned out, I ADORED it.

I don’t know what this season’s “big swing” will be, but I’m gong to hang loose and hope that it will be fabulous.

I just wish they wouldn’t use Spock for comic relief and would stop making the Vulcans so damned human. I love SNW except for what they’re doing with Spock and the other Vulcans. LOGICAL Vulcans, damn it, not humans with pointed ears! I write them in fan fiction all the time, and if I can do it, professional writers should surely be able to.

*Fingers crossed,* but hopefully this upcoming season is when we start to see Spock begin to embrace his Vulcan half … I mean, even if they write comedy for him I’d rather see him be the stoic straight man that others can play off of. I’ve enjoyed Ethan Peck’s turn as Spock so far, but eventually we have to get him to the science officer Leonard Nimoy introduced us to.

Oh, I have no problem whatsoever with Ethan Peck; my problem is solely with what they write for him to do.

Spock can do humor, but Leonard Nimoy’s Spock had a witty line, or the other characters laughed at him for being so stoic, which is very different from the way the SNW writers make Peck’s Spock act silly, like shoving half a dozen strips of bacon in his mouth at once and things like that.

Plus, the whole thing with T’Pring was just too human in SNW. Part of why Vulcans are so interesting is because they’re ALIENS; please make them BEHAVE like aliens!

I most adore SNW, but turning Vulcans into pointy-eared humans is a big mistake, IMHO.

Always nice to see you, iMike!

Nice to see you too Corylea! I never thought you had a problem with Mr. Peck, I also take issue with some of the things they write for him. I was just saying that, now that we’re going into the third season, the writers need to start moving Spock in the right direction.

It doesn’t have to be all at once … just some meaningful moments along the way where Spock realizes that his Vulcan logic serves him better. Maybe some high pressure situations where Spock uses logic to solve a conflict or prevent a disaster.

Spock’s using logic to solve a conflict or prevent a disaster would be FABULOUS!

Oh no. The musical episode was lame AF so this fills me with dread.

The show seems to confuse the word “strange” as “stupid”

I could be thinking of something else, but wasn’t there some previous mention (like last year) that the third season would have an episode that was shot in old Hollywood style? I could go for that.

Yes it’s true. And it’s going to be directed by Jonathan Frakes.

Thank you for confirming. Frakes is a treasure of a director, I would be over the moon if he got two episodes for S3.

More dancing episodes

Obviously it is a hoedown episode! Yee-haw! Do-si-do!!!!

maybe Akiva Goldsman saying they could do a Muppet episode was not a joke…

Farscape / Star Control type aliens would be awesome vs. the usual humans with make up. Wouldn’t mind that.

Don’t want “bigger swings’, Anson, just want cohesive writing, less of an everything-but-the-kitchen-sink approach this season and some more compelling character and story arcs. The Spock/Chapel thing needs to be swept under the carpet now and less CW romantic-angst subplots. This is a great cast and they deserve more than La’an has a crush on Kirk type stories. each season only has ten episodes, I’m hoping for less gimmicks, less “hijinks” and more substance.

Bigger swings. Please, not like Doctor Who.

Easily the best of the new Trek shows. Looking forward to season 3.

Really looking forward to it.

Oh, good. I’m looking forward to:

–The “silent movie” episode –The all-nude episode –The pig Latin episode

… and the episode where everyone turns into a different version of Michael Burnham, just to see heads explode.

Nurse Chapel as the main character in the all nude episode

Honestly, do it. Give me a fully silent episode — an adventure set in a void with no sound maybe — and force the writers and director to explore strictly visual storytelling.

It would be tough to pull off a bigger swing and a miss than the musical episode.

Consider there were virtually no “big swings” in Season 2 besides the musical episode, I won’t hold out hope that Season 3 is actually going to take a risk.

All I ask in that the third season is a step in quality over the sophomore effort, which wasn’t deeply mediocre imo. Only Those Old Scientists stood out to me

“Bigger swings”? How do you top Klingon boy bands? I’m not a purist, I’ve loved all of these crazy things they’ve done! As long as you have good storytelling and well drawn characters, I say carry on. Can’t wait for next season!

Waiting for the episode where Spock uses water skis to jump over a shark.

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When Donald Glover first approached showrunner Francesca Sloane about adapting “Mr. & Mrs. Smtih” for Amazon Prime, she “started laughing,” and thought it was a “weird Donald Glover joke that he randomly spit out.” She was confused as to why he would pick the 2005 action-comedy of all movies, but as the conversation evolved, the project began taking shape in her mind.

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As part of Variety’s A Night in The Writers’ Room, Sloane was joined by showrunner and creator of “Average Joe” Robb Cullen, writer and creator of “ The New Look ” Todd A. Kessler, writer and creator of “Shōgun” Justin Marks, writer and creator of “Tokyo Vice” J.T Rogers and writer of “ Star Trek: Strange New Worlds ” Bill Wolkoff to discuss how they developed some of 2024’s best dramas. Variety  senior awards editor Clayton Davis moderated the conversation .

“Shōgun” writer Marks shared a similar challenge with Sloane of “taking something that already existed” and honoring “all that works about it.” But instead of working from a mid-2000s action comedy, he started with a 1980 historical drama. Although he wanted to remain true to the original, he saw plenty of opportunity to “ask more modern questions” through the source material.

“It has stood the test of time in a lot of ways. And then, there’s a lot of ways where it hadn’t really stood the test of time,” Marks said. “[We wanted] to bring in a writer’s room who stood outside the genres you expect for a story like this, like an epic feudal Japanese sword-swinging kind of show, and instead apply a level of thought and precision that made it a show that, in 40 years, someone can tear apart again and try to do it better.”

“I got to experience [James] stepping into his fame, which was unprecedented at the time. He unfortunately passed away at 52 of a heart attack, and I wanted to write about that,” Kessler said. “And then, two years after he passed away, I came across the story of Christian Dior again and realized that he also stepped into his fame around the same age that [James] did. [He] had a 10-year run of success and died of a heart attack at age 52 while on vacation in Italy, which is where [James] was. So, I realized maybe through Dior’s story, I could tell a story and honor my friend.”

As Wolkoff started rebooting the Star Trek franchise with “Strange New Worlds,” he knew an army of super fans was watching his every move. With a “writers’ room full of Trekkies” he felt confident they would do justice to Gene Roddenberry’s original work. But even with the wide breadth of “Star Trek” expertise at his disposal, Wolkoff wanted “to do something a little bit different.”

“We want to be able to take risks, and if you take risks, you might break something and that’s what makes the show good,” Wolkoff said. “Because we’re episodic, because we’re not ending on a cliffhanger each week, it allows us to really dip into different genres, like the original series did, like ‘Twilight Zone’ did in its own way. It’s been a joy to be doing that for the last… two seasons that have aired.”

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Strange New Worlds Season 2 Is a Big Middle Finger to AI

Amid the ongoing writers strike, leave it to this sci-fi standout to remind us that computers don't make great television—people do.

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As I watched Season Two of Strange New Worlds against this backdrop, I couldn’t stop thinking about the series as an outstanding feat not just of filmmaking, but of writing . Like Season One before it, the newest season of Strange New Worlds , which premieres its first episode today, nimbly straddles a challenging tightrope. For non- Trek fans, it delivers exhilarating episodic science fiction, while for dyed-in-the-wool Trekkies, it functions as a prequel that informs and enlarges the canon of Star Trek: The Original Series . These ten episodes has different thematic concerns than the previous batch, but it’s every bit as focused on propelling the lore forward, to terrific success.

If you thought Season One tied a tidy bow on Captain Pike’s future, then you thought wrong. Season Two continues to plumb his canonical backstory for new insights; in one riveting episode, he returns to Rigel VII, the site of an ill-fated away mission imported straight from The Original Series . Meanwhile, a remixed version of “The City on the Edge of Forever,” centered on Paul Wesley’s James T. Kirk and Christina Chong’s La’an Noonien-Singh, somehow both subverts and pays homage to what’s arguably the best and most famous Star Trek episode of all time. Season Two also delivers on familiar Star Trek episodic conceits, like a classic courtroom drama that teases a famous Original Series court martial yet to come. All told, Strange New Worlds is a labor of love by writers who live and breathe Star Trek , sure, but also just get what it is: a way of using the future to tell gripping stories about who we are now.

Of course, it takes more than great writers to make great television. Strange New Worlds is firing on all nacelles this season—it’s turbocharging what worked about Season One, while also giving viewers more of what they want. As with Season One, the series remains committed to rifling through genres; this time out of space dock, it delivers horror, comedy, romance, and so much more. In one standout episode, the spiritual sequel to Season One’s Vulcan body swap caper , another cosmic mishap finds Spock in uncomfortably close contact with his human side—a comedy of manners and deception played to great comedic effect by Ethan Peck and Anson Mount . Meanwhile, cast members like Celia Rose Gooding and Melissa Navia finally get to anchor their own episodes, as Season Two sheds its predecessor’s focus on Captain Pike to become a true ensemble series. Ensemble shows can’t have weak links, and the Strange New Worlds ensemble (newly joined by Carol Kane as a kooky chief engineer with fascinating secrets) is a deep bench of gifted actors.

But about that writer’s strike: also among the guild’s concerns is the matter of artificial intelligence. Concerned that studios will use AI to generate source material, punch up existing scripts, or outright draft screenplays, the Writers Guild is seeking regulations around how and when AI can be used. When it comes to Star Trek , the irony here is rather rich—after all, Star Trek characters have been bedeviled by rogue AI since the franchise debuted in 1967, from malevolent supercomputers to hostile cybernetics to android doppelgangers. Star Trek has no unified theory of artificial intelligence (in fact, The Next Generation ’s enduring questions about an android commander’s sentience and soulfulness make for some of the franchise’s best viewing), but it’s certainly never shied away from telling cautionary tales about automation.

Could AI consume six decades of Star Trek lore and come back with anything remotely resembling this stellar season of Strange New Worlds ? In the absence of The Original Series AI baddies like Landru and Vaal, I asked ChatGPT to do the honors. The app generated a Strange New Worlds teleplay called “The Vortex of Time,” in which a temporal anomaly threatens to shatter the space-time continuum (where have I heard that one before?). Captain Pike orders his crew around like a wooden actor in a management training video until Spock, Number One, and “Lieutenant Connolly” trace the problem to a research station, stabilize its malfunctioning temporal core, and save the galaxy (all in a day’s work for Starfleet’s finest). ChatGPT gamely mimics Starfleet’s militarized patter, but ultimately, all it can generate is a serviceable Star Trek conceit. The layer of depth that makes Star Trek sing—its thoughtful attention to what these outer space dust-ups signify about our culture, our morality, and our humanity—is utterly absent here. Sure, ChatGPT can string together a rudimentary plot, but it can’t tell stories with soul.

If there’s one thing any Star Trek fan knows, it’s that even the smartest computers in the galaxy are ultimately just window dressing. They perform complex calculations, beam officers from place to place, and make bridge consoles go “beep boop.” At the end of the day, it’s the people that make the starships soar. Hollywood studios would do well to recognize it.

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Paramount+ today unveiled the official trailer for Star Trek: Strange New Worlds , the highly anticipated upcoming original series and latest addition to the expanding Star Trek Universe on the service. The series’ official key art and first look photos were also revealed today. A version of the Star Trek: Strange New Worlds official trailer will also air during tonight’s broadcast of the 64th Annual Grammy Awards.

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds will premiere exclusively on Paramount+ in the U.S., Latin America, Australia and the Nordics on Thursday, May 5. Following the premiere, new episodes of the 10-episode-long season will be available to stream weekly on Thursdays in the U.S.

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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds is based on the years Captain Christopher Pike manned the helm of the U.S.S. Enterprise . The all-new series will feature fan favorites from season two of Star Trek: Discovery , Anson Mount as Captain Christopher Pike, Rebecca Romijn as Number One and Ethan Peck as Science Officer Spock. The series will follow Captain Pike, Science Officer Spock and Number One in the years before Captain Kirk boarded the U.S.S. Enterprise , as they explore new worlds around the galaxy.

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds also stars Jess Bush as Nurse Christine Chapel, Christina Chong as La’an Noonien-Singh, Celia Rose Gooding as Cadet Nyota Uhura, Melissa Navia as Lt. Erica Ortegas and Babs Olusanmokun as Dr. M’Benga, and features recurring guest star Bruce Horak as Hemmer.

The series premiere was written by Akiva Goldsman with the story by Akiva Goldsman, Alex Kurtzman and Jenny Lumet. Goldsman and Henry Alonso Myers serve as co-showrunners, with Goldsman directing the premiere episode. Goldsman, Kurtzman and Lumet serve as executive producers in addition to Alonso Myers, Heather Kadin, Frank Siracusa, John Weber, Rod Roddenberry, Trevor Roth and Aaron Baiers. The series is produced by CBS Studios, Secret Hideout and Roddenberry Entertainment.

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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds will stream exclusively on Paramount+ in the U.S., Latin America, Australia and the Nordics. The series will air on Bell Media’s CTV Sci-Fi Channel and stream on Crave in Canada with additional international availability to be announced at a later date. The series is distributed by Paramount Global Content Distribution.

The Star Trek: Strange New Worlds official trailer kicks off a week of First Contact Day celebrations. First Contact Day is celebrated annually on Tuesday, April 5 and as another part of this year’s celebrations, Paramount+ and CBS will jointly donate $1 for every Tweet (one per handle) sent that uses the hashtag #StarTrekUnitedGives from Monday, April 4th through Sunday, April 10th. Donations will go towards charities that support LGBTQ+ equality, veterans, and humanitarian aid. Visit StarTrek.com/StarTrekUnitedGives for more info and terms.

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  • Bill Wolkoff explains the real-world science behind the musical episode in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, "Subspace Rhapsody."
  • The USS Enterprise creates a musical reality in the galaxy with a song sent into a subspace rift, resolved with a grand finale number.
  • Scientific research shows a potential for a musical reality forming in the distant future, inspired by a book about the heat death of the universe.

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds writer Bill Wolkoff gives the real-world scientific explanation for Star Trek 's first-ever musical, "Subspace Rhapsody". Wolkoff co-wrote Strange New Worlds ' musical episode with Dana Horgan, which was directed by Dermot Downs. In "Subspace Rhapsody," the USS Enterprise sending a song into a subspace rift created a new musical reality t hat began to affect the entire galaxy, until the Starship Enterprise crew's grand finale musical number, "We Are One," managed to seal the rift.

Joining other screenwriters for Variety 's A Night in the Writers' Room, Bill Wolkoff delved into his scientific research behind Star Trek: Strange New Worlds ' musical , and how eons from now, it's possible that a musical reality could spontaneously form . Check out Bill's clip on his X account (@flying_lobster) below:

Melissa Navia, who plays Lt. Erica Ortegas in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, backs Bill Wolkoff's scientific explanation for Star Trek 's musical reality on her X account (@melissaCnavia):

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' musical episode was an all-around triumph, but some members of the cast were decidedly better singers than others.

A Scientific Basis Is Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Musical's Secret Weapon

"subspace rhapsody" is a star trek episode through and through.

When Star Trek: Strange New Worlds ' musical episode was announced, it was understandable if viewers feared it would be a gimmick and the crew of the USS Enterprise would be made to look ridiculous singing and dancing. However, while the musical performances of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds ' cast were overall excellent, one of the secret weapons that made "Subspace Rhapsody" work was that the songs allowed the Enterprise crew to vocalize their innermost feelings , paying off character arcs that have been ongoing since Strange New Worlds ' premiere.

Real-world science is the basis of much of Star Trek since Star Trek: The Original Series.

Bill Wolkoff explaining there was real science-based research into how Star Trek: Strange New Worlds could have a musical reality is icing on the cake. While S tar Trek certainly has fantasy elements along with its science fiction trappings , real-world science is the basis of much of Star Trek since Star Trek: The Original Series . Wolkoff's research proves Star Trek: Strange New Worlds ' musical is a true Star Trek episode through and through.

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“That’s exactly the person we’re looking for”: Paramount Would’ve Never Let Strange New Worlds Redeem Star Trek after Discovery Backlash if One Marvel Star Wasn’t in it

T he world of Hollywood is an intricate web of opportunities. Moreover, coming into the spotlight and proving one’s acclaim opens up a plethora of options to jump over between franchises and expand a career that seemingly has no bounds. Boasting such a galactic crossover is one Star Trek star whose sole merit spearheaded the future of the franchise.

Rather, such was his acting prowess that the studio refused to greenlight the prequel Star Trek: Strange New Worlds series if he were not a core part of it.

Revolving around the era when Captain Christopher Pike commanded the USS Enterprise, the show followed the events of the character after his appearance in season two of Star Trek: Discovery. Yet there never was an initial plan to expand his role beyond that outing. However, a talent showcase turned the course of events and allowed viewers to explore the universe before the Kirk years.

The actor who made Star Trek: Strange New Worlds a reality

Debuting in 2022, the prequel Star Trek entrant saw Anson Mount star as Captain Pike and bring about a resounding performance on screen. The two seasons of the show have so far followed the character along with Una Chin-Riley and Officer Spock exploring new worlds across the galaxy. However, the one who made it all possible in the first place was Akiva Goldsman, the writer and executive producer for Star Trek: Discovery.

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In talks with The Los Angeles Times , Alex Kurtzman , the brain behind the intricate universe opened up that Goldsman initially pointed out the scope for a several-season-spanning series for Captain Pike and his adventures. While they both agreed to the idea of kick-starting a new show from scratch, the need for an actor plagued them until Anson Mount wowed them over with his acting skills.

I hadn’t seen Anson Mount in other things […], and when he sent in his taped audition it was that wonderful moment where you go, ‘That’s exactly the person we’re looking for.’ 

Summarizing that the character of Pike needed an actor who could do justice to his lore-accurate portrayal of an understanding yet strong-headed leader, open to all perspectives, Kurtzman stated his seal of approval for Mount following which Paramount greenlit Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.

Anson Mount differed in his portrayal of Captain Pike

In the Star Trek canon, Jeffrey Hunter had played Captain Pike in The Cage whereas Sean Kenney had taken over the mantle for Star Trek: The Original Series followed by Bruce Greenwood’s portrayal of the character in an alternate universe in JJ Abrams ’ flicks. Interestingly, the laid-back personality and unmatched swagger brought forth by Anson Mount sealed the deal for him to star in the next outing of the character.

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Despite the many critical shortcomings voiced for Star Trek: Discovery,  fans loved the portrayal by the actor and sent over a proposal to cast him in his own series, which Kurtzman laid as follows,

Thank God the fans responded the way they did and sent that petition, because everybody at CBS got the message very quickly.

Before anyone could know it, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds has now outlasted Star Trek: Discovery.  Additionally, the actor, who started his climb to fame as Marvel’s actor for Black Bolt, has since attained immense acclaim and will soon reprise his role in season three of the series.

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds is available to stream on Paramount Plus, Paramount+ Amazon Channel, and Paramount Plus Apple TV Channel.

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