If bad things happen in threes, the good news must come in two, because CBS All Access made two exciting revelations during its panel Star Trek: Discovery in San Diego Comic-Con Friday .
The network unveiled the Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 trailer giving fans a glimpse of the next Starfleet adventure.
We see Sonequa Martin-Green back in action with Michael Burnham, let's take a look at the new uniforms of the USS Discovery team and taste Captain Christopher Pike's. Anson Mount and Denise Reno, chief engineer of Tig Notaro. the world of Star Trek: Discovery . (It should be noted that Jeffrey Hunter first played Captain Pike on the original series Star Trek but the actor Mount was not seen in the overall franchise until # 39 to now.)
This revelation has drawn the crowds to SDCC all kinds of hyped up, but CBS has not been done with its ads inducing the excitement.
After the unveiling of the trailer, Star Trek: Discovery executive producer, co-creator, and now new showrunner Alex Kurtzman confirmed that the second season of the series will feature half-Vulcan half- half, half-human guy, Spock.
"I can tell you yes, you will see Spock this season," said Kurtzman (via Variety ). The designer added that he and the rest of the team Star Trek: Discovery know that they "must" a lot of responses to fans about how this show connects to the canon this season, and that viewers will have what they've got. re after, but not in the way they expect.
Spock is not the only character known Star Trek who will appear in the Discovery season 2. According to Mount, fans will encounter "the original Number One , "first presented by Majel Barrett on the unpublished pilot episode of NBC's Star Trek . Rebecca Romijn will play the number one role on Discovery but he is currently unknown who could play Spock.
Wilson Cruz will also be Dr. Hugh Culber for the second season of Discovery . The actor revealed during the presentation of the series: "I'm not here to say hello … I'll come back, we do not tell you how, but we still rejoice that this gay love has save the life. All the universes. "
With the original showrunner Bryan Fuller out, the replacement showrunners Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts have also disappeared, and Kurtzman now, Star Trek: Discovery seems to be pulling everything out for his second season to compensate for the various hand changes and the bumpy journey that he had from concept to execution to the final product. "Kurtzman is clearly piloting the series into a thrilling new territory for his upcoming season – and it looks exactly like what the show needs.
The freshman season received decent criticism from critics, but fans were divided on what they felt about it. Add Spock and Number One, spice things up with some new stars, and lead the action in territories until then unexplored are intelligent movements for Discovery e t will help the series to attract more attention – for the right reasons this time.
No staging date for Star Trek: Discovery season 2 has been announced for the moment, but the show is expected to return to CBS All Access early 2019.