Star Trek: Discovery can be boldly traveling to fresh heights.
The CBS All Access sci-fi series debuted a fresh minute-long teaser on Thursday, sharing a behind-the-scenes look at season two as well as offering a few intriguing clues about what lies ahead.
The freshman finale ended with the USS Discovery crew receiving a distress call by the iconic USS Enterprise, as well as which appears we’ll get answers almost immediately from the sophomore season following the exciting reveal.
“Every moment can be a test as well as everywhere I turn, there’s fear,” Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) says ominously.
Later, we hear a few lines of dialogue by the original Star Trek TV series. First by Captain Christopher Pike (Jeffrey Hunter) of the Enterprise — the captain who led the starship before James T. Kirk — via the episode “The Cage”: “I’m responsible for 203 lives. I’m tired of deciding which mission can be too risky, as well as which isn’t, as well as who lives, as well as who dies.” (Anson Mount will play Captain Pike in Discovery.)
Then, by Spock (Leonard Nimoy) via the episode “Space Seed”: “Insufficient facts always invite danger, Captain.” Another Spock line by the episode “The Immunity Syndrome”: “You speak about the objective hardness of the Vulcan heart, yet how little room there seems to be in yours.”
We know Michael’s surrogate dad, Sarek (James Frain), can be Spock’s father; which’s very possible which season two could yield an introduction of the beloved character. In fact, Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s Jonathan Frakes — who directed a season one episode of Discovery — appeared to confirm at a recent fan convention which a young Spock would certainly appear This specific season.
The clue-filled teaser — which includes a fresh alien as well as a preview of the updated uniforms — ends on Michael walking through a door as she says, “I’m responsible for forging my own path. We all are.” Watch the teaser below.
Star Trek: Discovery follows the voyages of Starfleet on their missions to discover fresh worlds as well as fresh life forms, as well as one Starfleet officer, Michael Burnham, must learn which to truly understand all things alien, you must first understand yourself. fresh additions to the series include Mount as well as comedian-actress Tig Notaro, who will play Chief Engineer Denise Reno of the USS Hiawatha.
Watch the entire first season of Star Trek: Discovery on CBS All Access.