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Paramount+ has released a new poster for Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, announcing its streaming debut on May 5, one year after the announcement of the new series.

Image: Paramount+

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Cast

Captain Pike and his Enterprise crew were last seen in season two of Star Trek: Discovery. At the time, only a handful of the crew had been introduced throughout the season. Since then, many more characters have been added to the roster. Paramount+ has released a short introduction video for the new cast.

We’ve met our captain, our first officer, and our science officer, and now the rest of the Enterprise crew are here! Stars Anson Mount, Rebecca Romijn, and Ethan Peck are joined by the new cast members joining their ranks and share their excitement to start all-new adventures in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.

  • Anson Mount – Captain Christopher Pike
  • Rebecca Romijn- Una Chin-Riley
  • Ethan Peck – Spock
  • Chrstina Chong- La’an Noonien-Singh
  • Babs Olusanmokun – Dr. M’Benga
  • Melissa Navia – Erica Ortegas
  • Jess Bush – Nurse Christine Chapel
  • Celia Rose Gooding- Nyota Uhura
  • Bruce Horak – Hemmer
  • Shannon Widdis – Bridge Crew
  • Sage Arrindell – Rukiya
  • Cameron Roberts – Manu Noonien-Singh
  • Avaah Blackwell – Linnarean Guard
  • Oscar Moreno – Crewman Zuniga
  • Ava Cheung – Young La’an
  • Angela Besharah – Thandie
  • Michael Hough – Remy
  • Andre Colquhoun – Probasco

No major details about the plot behind the new series have been revealed, but co-creator and executive producer Akiva Goldsman sat down with Variety and shared a little background premise for it.

We’re going to try to harken back to some classical ‘Trek’ values, to be optimistic, and to be more episodic,

Obviously, we will take advantage of the serialized nature of character and story building. But I think our plots will be more closed-ended than you’ve seen in either ‘Discovery’ or ‘Picard.’

The timing of the series debut will follow suit with the strategy of Paramount+ to continuously stream as much new Star Trek content as it can. This mirrors a similar strategy used by Disney+ with its various Marvel series. It began with the debut of Prodigy and season four of Discovery, which both had their seasons split and staggered. After each has finished will be season two of Picard and then Strange New Worlds.

Source: Star Trek.com

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