The newest Star Trek show; Star Trek: Strange New Worlds recently completed its first season and it’s something that had to be discussed. Our conversation covers episodic storytelling, questioning the Federation and what the future holds.
“A Quality of Mercy”
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds closes off its first season with an examination of how decisions impact the future and recognition of an individual’s place in history.
“All Those Who Wander”
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds leans into horror as many of the characters are locked in a desperate battle for survival against a relentless threat
“The Elysian Kingdom”
Star Trek: Strange New World puts the crew in an altered state playing roles from the pages of a storybook.
“The Serene Squall”
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds takes the Enterprise to a lawless region outside of Federation space where piracy is rife and they have no backup.
“Lift Us Where Suffering Cannot Reach”
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds faces Pike with a blast from the past upon rescuing the crew of a damaged shuttle leading the Enterprise crew to be faced with a confusing mystery.
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds deals with understanding and relationships as many of the characters face different personal challenges.
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds delivers a deadly game of cat and mouse when the Enterprise is attacked by the terrifying and mysterious Gorn.
“Ghosts of Illyria”
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds puts Una in command as a mysterious virus infects the crew of the Enterprise.
“Children of the Comet”
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds has the crew working to prevent a comet hitting an inhabited planet as Uhura adjusts to life on the Enterprise.