It is becoming increasingly difficult to keep track of everything that is happening in the ever-growing Star Trek universe.
Since “Star Trek: Discovery” premiered in 2017, CBS All Access, which now goes by the name Paramount +, has launched a whole bunch of new “Star Trek” productions. Where “Star Trek: Picard” and “Star Trek: Lower Decks” have already released their first seasons.
“Star Trek: Strange New Worlds”, “Star Trek: Prodigy” and “Section 31” are underway, while a series to take place at Starfleet Academy and a miniseries about the character Khan Noonien Singh are being written.
In other words, it’s not entirely easy to keep up with the “Star Trek” turns right now, so we’ve compiled three quick (and good) news that were all released earlier today.
1. Here are the actors who will shoulder the iconic roles in “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds”:
A first clip from the latest “Star Trek” series reveals who will shoulder the iconic roles in the upcoming spinoff series “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds”.
The new version of the already iconic characters Spock (Ethan Peck), Christopher Pike (Anson Mount) and Number One (Rebecca Romijn) was introduced already in the second season of “Star Trek: Discovery”, but now we know who has pinched them other roles.
Celia Rose Gooding is ready for the role of Nyota Uhura, Jess Bush plays Christine Chapel, Babs Formed plays Dr. M’Benga, Christina Chong plays La’an Noonien-Singh, Melissa Navia plays Lt. Erica Ortegas and Bruce Horak shoulders the role of Hemmer.
However, it is still unclear exactly when the first season will premiere.
“Star Trek: Picard” returns in February!
Patrick Stewart returns to the role of Jean-Luc Picard in the second season of “Star Trek: Picard”, whose first trailer reveals that we have more time travel to look forward to. “Star Trek: Discovery” has in recent seasons gone forward in time, but this time we seem to look back instead.
Although the trailer does not reveal an exact release date, sometime during February 2022, it’s time. The first season was broadcast on Amazon Prime Video, which are probably still on the Swedish streaming rights despite the fact that Paramount + is now represented here in Sweden.
Not only that, “Star Trek: Picard” is already ready for season 3!
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