After answering a distress signal from the U.S.S. Enterprise, season two of STAR TREK: DISCOVERY finds the crew of the U.S.S. Discovery joining forces with Captain Christopher Pike on a new mission to investigate seven mysterious red signals and the appearance of an unknown being called the Red Angel. While the crew must work together to unravel their meaning and origin, Michael Burnham is forced to face her past with the return of her estranged brother, Spock.
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Ok I don't want to give away any spoilers, but let's just say that they once again give a slap in the face to loyal fans of the series since the original/TNG era! Fans of the classic series are gonna hate some of the things and characters they desecrate in season 2.. I still can't get over how the Klingons look like Blue fish people in a cult or something, agh so bad!! Also I BALKED at how at the end of the last season they just jumped ahead so far instantly, that is no way to do things, people want to know what happened DIRECTLY after the last events, not "ok, and now let's skip a bunch of story and jump to the future out of nowhere"! I think they did this because they knew there was a chance they might be cancelled and wanted a backup plan to wrap things up. But even so it wasn't cool! I don't want to say anything else in case someone actually wants to watch this terrible show. My advice: watch Star Trek: ENTERPRISE if you want a prequel! It is an awesome series and actually stays TRUE to the series! 1.5 stars.
Juan ina million
I'm old enough to remember when TOS premiered. This latest reimagination of the Star Trek universe is refreshingly different . I like how they are focusing on Captain Pike, who was supposed to be the original captain in TOS and Michelle Yeoh is just hot hot hot...
These people say that track is about inclusion, NO these people are idiots!!! Truck is about exploration and being the best version of yourself and not succumbing to the lowest forms of humanity. But this show promotes The lowest forms of humanity.
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