Reactions from people who saw a screening of the first two STAR TREK DISCOVERY episodes are very promising.
“Awesome. Cinematic. Epic…” are some words attendees at the Arclight screening in Hollywood used to describe the show.
# StarTrek Discovery stands respectfully on the shoulders of past Treks and is positioned to take the tradition into the future. I loved it.
— Nana Visitor (@NanaVisitor) September 20, 2017
STAR TREK DISCOVERY does the impossible. It’s modern and enormous but still fundamentally STAR TREK. Q’apla!
— Jordan Hoffman (@jhoffman) September 20, 2017
— Grant Imahara (@grantimahara) September 20, 2017
Quick Spolier free review of #StarTrekDiscovery 2part premiere : Truly cinematic and steeped in Trek lore. Lots of action and backstory…
— TrekMovie.com (@TrekMovie) September 20, 2017
Just saw Star Trek Discovery.
And yes. That’s a good whoa.
A vintage Keanu whoa.#whoa
— Sam Witwer (@SamWitwer) September 20, 2017
OK just got out of #StarTrekDiscovery and can’t say much but… It’s good. Really good.
— Carli Velocci (@velocciraptor) September 20, 2017
— michelle buchman (@michelledeidre) September 20, 2017
— Scott Mantz (@MovieMantz) September 20, 2017
STAR TREK: DISCOVERY is created by Bryan Fuller and Alex Kurtzman and it’s the first series developed for CBS All Access.
The action is set a decade before the events of the original Star Trek series and separate from the timeline of the feature films.
Sonequa Martin-Green stars as Michael Burnham, the first officer of the USS Shenzhou and later the USS Discovery.
The series, first since STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE in 2005, dives into the Federation–Klingon cold war while following the crew of the USS Discovery.
The show will premiere on September 24 with “The Vulcan Hello” episode. The three episodes following that one are: “Battle at the Binary Stars”, “Context Is for Kings” and “The Butcher’s Knife Cares Not for the Lamb’s Cry”.