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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds (2022)

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Star Trek Strange New Worlds TV Show Poster
TV-PG
Sci-Fi
Action
Adventure
Release Date:
May 5, 2022
Cast:
Melissa Navia, Christina Chong, Anson Mount, ethan peck, Jess Bush, Rebecca Romijn
Main Genre:
Sci-Fi
Rating:
TV-PG
Seasons:
3
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latest Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Articles

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What Strange New Worlds Can Learn From Picard About Star Trek Enemies

Strange New Worlds reintroduced the iconic Gorn as a relentless evil threat, and storytellers can turn to Star Trek: Picard for what should come next.

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This Strange New Worlds Character Is Integral to Star Trek - Here's Why

Star Trek's long legacy of brash pilots and chaotic team members, which add to its uniquely exciting tone, continues in Strange New Worlds by Ortegas.

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What Star Trek Canon Could Mean for This Important Character's Future

With Star Trek's complex lore, there's little place for new characters to have a long future, especially when they're introduced in a prequel series.

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Strange New Worlds Finally Lets Its Most Underused Character Shine

Erica Ortegas is one of Strange New Worlds' most intriguing characters. It took the Season 2 finale to finally start making use of her potential.

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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' Season Finale Is a Near Perfect Cliffhanger

Star Trek is no stranger to ending seasons on cliffhangers, but Strange New Worlds has set up a narrative where nearly anything is possible.

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Why Spock's Strange New Worlds' Finale Confrontation Is a Continuity Error

The Strange New Worlds featured a confrontation between Spock and an alien antagonist, but it creates a Star Trek continuity error with an easy fix.

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Strange New Worlds Reintroduces Another Legendary Star Trek Character

The Strange New Worlds Season 2 finale doesn't just reintroduce the Gorn, it brings in one of Star Trek: The Original Series' most iconic characters.

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Strange New Worlds Bosses Tease More Legacy Star Trek Characters in Future Seasons

Strange New Worlds showrunners Akiva Goldsman and Henry Alonso Myers hint that additional Star Trek: The Original Series characters are on the way.

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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds EP Unpacks the Gorn's 'Scary' Portrayal in Season 2

Akiva Goldsman rationalizes the Gorn's more terrifying depiction in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds compared to their portrayal in the original series.

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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Boss Discusses [SPOILER]'s Debut in Season 2 Finale

The Season 2 finale of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds introduces another central character from the beloved 1960s original series.

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REVIEW: Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Ends Season 2 With an Intense Bang

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds gets serious for its Season 2 finale, with the return of a terrifying enemy. Here's CBR's review.

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Why Captain Kirk Never Mentions La'an in Star Trek's Khan Stories

There may be a strong narrative reason why Kirk and others never mention La'an Noonien Singh in Star Trek's Khan stories, beyond the real-world one.

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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Season 2, Episode 10, 'Hegemony,' Recap & Spoilers

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Season 2 ends with a fierce showdown between the Enterprise and a familiar foe. Here's a recap of the Season 2 finale.

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Strange New Worlds Just Set Up Kirk's Biggest Failure

Amid the singing and dancing of Strange New Worlds' musical episode, Kirk reveals the beginnings of the decision that will haunt him for decades.

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Who Is Carol Marcus in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds?

In Strange New Worlds, James T. Kirk tells La'an he's in a relationship, so who is Dr. Carol Marcus and why is she important to Star Trek's future?

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Strange New Worlds' 'Subspace Rhapsody' Parallels Buffy's Musical Episode in One Major Way

Strange New Worlds dips its toe into doing a musical episode, but it's execution calls back to "Once More, With Feeling" from Buffy Season 6.

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Strange New Worlds Reminds Fans People Are Still Flawed in the Future

Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry saw Starfleet personnel as perfect, but Strange New Worlds and Lower Decks show even flawed folks can be heroes.

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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Director Confronts M'Benga's and Chapel's Pasts

Director Jeff Byrd discusses Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' war flashbacks and what it was like telling stories about a "Starfleet black ops team."

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How Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' Musical Episode Finally Came to Be

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds showrunners Henry Alonso Myers and Avika Goldsman explain how Season 2's musical episode came to fruition. 

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Strange New Worlds Kicks off Its Musical Episode With a Surprisingly Subversive Song

Strange New Worlds' musical episode mostly uses original songs. But it starts with an old standby that's far more subversive than the show admits.

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