Star Trek: Strange New Worlds stars Anson Mount and Rebecca Romijn tease season 2’s genre-bending “big swings”. Strange New Worlds has actually gotten substantial appreciation for restoring episodic, live-action Star Trek in an age of season-long arcs and long-form storytelling. Season 1 of Strange New Worlds was an extremely satisfying throwback to not simply the 1960s Star Trek that it’s a prequel to, however likewise the more obvious funny episodes of the 1990s Trek age. It’s clear from the season 2 trailers and advertising images that Strange New Worlds will continue to move categories from week to week, completely welcoming the versatility that the Star Trek format permits.
At journalism junket for Strange New Worlds season 2, Screen Rant participated in a roundtable interview with Anson Mount and Rebecca Romijn, who both discussed this versatility in more information. Both stars teased what’s to come in season 2, highlighting that they’re thrilled about a few of the more “out-there” episodes. Read their quotes below:
Rebecca Romijn: We’ve taken some huge swings genre-wise in season 2… We have a couple of episodes showing up that are actually out there, so we’re really happy with them. We’re really thrilled.
Anson Mount: We had a number of episodes because very first season that [the network executives] weren’t too sure about. And both of those episodes are ones that popped for us. And so, they offered our showrunners a lot more liberty to have fun with, with category. Akiva [Goldsman’s] mantra continues to be ‘Star Trek can be a lot of things’. So we’re not simply having fun with the message that can be informed, however within the episodic structure, we can have fun with how we arrive. And category has actually been an enjoyable method of us talking with the authors about what we have not done that we want to do. That makes everyone thrilled to be there.
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Will Build On Season 1’s Successes
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds season 1 flawlessly moved from cat-and-mouse thriller to romantic funny to dream to scary throughout its 10 episodes, to fantastic praise. Strange New Worlds season 2 will construct on the successes of episodes like “The Elysian Kingdom” and “All Those Who Wander” by restoring both funny and scary. The most apparent prospect for a funny episode will be the Star Trek: Lower Decks crossover episode which will not simply mix categories however will likewise mix live-action and animation. It’s most likely that this episode will be one of season 2’s “big swings” that will undoubtedly settle.
On the other side, there seems a lot of action in Strange New Worlds season 2, constructing on comparable episodes in season 1. More Star Trek Gorn scary is guaranteed for season 2, which implies that fans can anticipate a follow up to season 1’s white-knuckle tense episode “All Those Who Wander”. The hidden style of the Star Trek: Strange New Worlds season 2 trailer was expedition, and this reaches the authors’ space, as Akiva Goldsman, Henry Alonso Myers, and their innovative group continue to check out how far they can press the Star Trek format into strange new story possibilities.
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds season 2 bests Thursday, June 15, on Paramount+.