Star Trek: Strange New Worlds is going to ask a lot of questions, but we've got our own slew of queries to get sorted first. We need to know when it's going to be releasing, who we're going to be seeing, and what we can expect from this new show, especially given that it very briefly appears in the latest Paramount Plus ad campaign. We're looking forward to seeing the slightly simpler and classic approach to the universe of Star Trek, too after the somewhat grittier Picard and Discovery. It's also quite nice just to see the spin-offs of this classic series and it enjoying something of a resurgence. As ever with these kinds of articles, you can expect some spoilers for Discovery from here on. Discovering new species and exploring new planets is exactly what Star Trek is all about, and spin-off Strange New Worlds is set to sum that up.
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Pike however is the guy that essentially made Kirk who he is, in a sense, and came before the famed captain anyway. Bringing in a young Spock and a different Number One with Rebecca Romjin filling the role is bound to appease a lot of Star Trek fans as well. Star Trek: Strange New Worlds is set to take on the task of getting fans back into the idea of someone that came before Kirk or Picard and will feature a younger Spock and a different Number One than many people grew up with considering that Will Riker was the most popular Number One for a long time. Jordan Hoffman of Vanity Fair has more to say on this. The upside is that so far Star Trek fans are on board for the most part with this idea, especially given the love that a lot of people already have for the cast.
The panel also featured an exclusive San Diego Comic-Con trailer, which offered more of what to expect from the series than the original teaser trailer that was released in May. A firm start date has not been announced. Ahead of the trailer's reveal, showrunner Alex Kurtzman, fellow cast members and Patrick Stewart — who is also an executive producer — answered questions about the show. And that is now," Stewart said.
A trailer was released for the new series in July, which sees Michael Burnham played by Sonequa Martin-Green plating the Federation flag on a new planet—the planet that the crew has ended up on after going through a wormhole in the previous season. Season 3 of the series was previously teased in a trailer released in , which saw Burnham and the rest of the crew flung years into the future, into a world where Starfleet and the Federation may no longer exist. Bringing hope to the future. Season 3 will have 13 episodes, meaning episodes will air weekly until Thursday, January 7,