Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Trailer: Captain Pike to chart new stars

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds – The prequel to the original Star Trek: The Original series – has dropped a new trailer before its May 5 international release date. The upcoming series follows the adventures of a Star Trek: Discovery spin-off and crew from Captain Christopher Pike and USS Enterprise. The Star Trek: Strange New Worlds trailer features several action-packed sequences from the upcoming series set a few years before the events of the Star Trek: The Original series – the original science-fiction television series produced by Jean Rodenberry that aired from 1966 to 1969.

The trailer, posted to YouTube by Paramount + on Sunday, will feature cast members and locations in the upcoming Star Trek: Strange New Worlds series, before its premiere next month. Although the trailer is not accessible on YouTube due to geoblocking, readers can view the trailer on Twitter and on the Star Trek website. The series is set a few years before Captain James Kirk (originally played by William Shatner) set foot on the USS Enterprise.

Star Trek: Strange will follow the adventures of Captain Christopher Pike of the New World’s Starfleet ship and his crew members, who appear in the trailer and re-enact their roles from Star Trek: Discovery. Captain Pike is played by Anson Mount, while First Officer Una Chin-Riley and Science Officer Spock are played by Rebecca Romejin and Ethan Peck, respectively. The show was first announced in May 2020.

During the two-minute trailer, Captain Pike is seen talking to his crew, telling them that their goal is to compile a list of stars, push the boundaries of acquaintances, and do whatever is possible. When a crew member says “I’m standing on the surface of a comet”, Captain Pike is heard to say: “I like this job.” The crew is expected to find new, alien life. The Strange New Worlds trailer also features action packed sequences with the destruction of a heavenly body. Star Trek: The trailer for Strange New Worlds was released just before First Contact Day, a Star Trek holiday that is celebrated on April 5 each year.

The upcoming series will also feature characters from the Star Trek franchise, including Nurse Christine Chappell (Jess Bush), La’an Nunien-Singh (Christina Chong), Cadet Niyota Uhura (Celia Rose Gooding), and Lieutenant Erica Ortegas (Melissa Navia). , And Dr. M’Benga (Babs Olusanmokun). The premiere of the series was written by Akiva Goldsman, who co-wrote the series with Alex Kurtzman and Jenny Lumet. Goldman and Henry Alonso Myers will star in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds will be available to stream every week from May 5, exclusively at Paramount + in the United States, Latin America, Australia and the Nordic countries. The series will air on Bell Media’s CTV sci-fi channel and will be streamed on the Canadian crew. The international availability of the upcoming series will be announced at a later date, according to Paramount.

In India, Star Trek: Discovery is currently unavailable thanks to Paramount’s stupid decision to terminate its international deal with Netflix. Star Trek by Patrick Stewart: Picard and the animated Star Trek: Lower Dex – both part of Kurtzman’s expanded Star Trek universe – available on Amazon Prime Video in India.

Star Trek: Strange New World
  • Cast

    Anson Mount, Rebecca Romejin, Ethan Peck, Babs Olusanmokun, Christina Chong, Celia Rose Gooding, Jess Bush, Melissa Navia, Bruce Horak

  • Director Akiva Goldsman, Maza Vervilo, Sydney Freeland, Amanda Rowe
  • Music Nami Melumad
  • Producer Akiva Goldsman, Alex Kurtzman, Jenny Lumet, Henry Alonso Myers, Heather Kadin, Frank Siracusa, John Weber, Rod Rodenberry, Trevor Roth
  • Production Secret Hideout, Rodenberry Entertainment, CBS Studio

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David Dalim

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