Star Trek: Strange New Worlds releases a full promo trailer for the upcoming series. The new Paramount+ series will premiere on May 5 with a 10-episode season.
The two-minute trailer gives a look at the series, brimming with sci-fi action, adventure and a dash of nostalgia. The trailer takes a look at the adventures of Captain Christopher Pike (played by Anson Mount) and the crew of the USS Enterprise, with Rebecca Romjin as Una Chin-Riley and Ethan Peck as Spock.
The show will revolve around the story of Captain Pike of Starfleet before Captain James T. Kirk takes over the ship. The events of the show take place a decade before Star Trek: The Original Series.
Here is the official trailer for the upcoming series.
The Paramount+ series also stars Christina Chong, Jess Bush, Celia Ross Gooding as Cadet Nyota Uhura, and Melissa Navia. Ahead of its premiere, the show is also expected to have a second season and cast Paul Wesley (The Vampire Diaries actor) as James T. Kirk.
— Star Trek (@StarTrek) 15 March 2022
trailer The upcoming show brings back the nostalgia of the original series as it is packed with humor and action. It will be a lighter and funnier version of the Star Trek stories that got fans excited for the show.
Here are some tweets from fans that show how excited everyone is for the upcoming Paramount+ series, which will premiere on May 5.
i started @strangenewpod Because of my love for the Enterprise, the attractions of a lifetime, and the journey of Captain Pike that we didn’t get to see. #weird new world Finally makes it a reality. My feelings are wild right now ️🥲. What is the trailer? pic.twitter.com/2x0QgbPXzO
— Julian Brown Mission Chicago (@JulianHasTheCon) 3 April 2022
The hype is real. @ansonmount Captain is Pike! Six decades in the making — “the longest pilot-to-series pickup in television history” — and what a story we finally have to tell. I #star trek #weird new world @star trek @StarTrekOnPPlus https://t.co/DcE7Qt99O2
— Melissa Navia (@melissaCnavia) 2 April 2022
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