The new “Star Trek” series has a title as well as a new teaser!
The 2017-debuting “Star Trek” series has a full title — Star Trek: Discovery — and a new teaser with the first look at the show’s new starship, the U.S.S. Discovery, has been released, and you can see that for yourself at the bottom of this article.
The teaser was shown at the end of the Star Trek 50th Anniversary panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego, moderated by Star Trek: Discovery showrunner Bryan Fuller. Star Trek veterans William Shatner, Brent Spiner, Jeri Ryan, Michael Dorn and Scott Bakula also appeared at the panel.
During the session, Fuller told the crowd that the new Star Trek series would carry on in franchise tradition and “continue to be progressive,” telling the “adventure of humankind.” Following similar statements in earlier interviews, he said the show will be “telling stories like a novel,” rather than the more episodic nature of past series.
It’s only the first teaser, but how does it look to you? What do you think of the new starship and its design? How about some of the information that came out of Comic-con regarding the tone and direction of the series?
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1 thought on “The new “Star Trek” series has a title as well as a new teaser!”
I have so many questions. Too many really, but to start with, that registry number; I thought this show was supposed to take place between TOS and TNG? So, is this going to be “pre-Kirk crew falls into time warp and ends up in a post-Kirk era” or something? Also, as some YouTube commenters pointed out part of the ship’s design seems more Klingon than Starfleet.