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Strange New Worlds Is Treating Season 2 As If It Will Be Their Last


The folks behind the most recent Trek present, “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds,” nonetheless, are educating themselves to not take their presence within the Trek canon as a right. Showrunner Henry Alonso Meyers stated as a lot in a recent interview with TrekMovie. He is, maybe properly, not considering past the present’s second season. “Strange New Worlds,” it must be talked about, is offered as a collection of one-off, hour-long episodes moderately than as a collection of monumental, season-long story arcs. The traditional episodic storytelling has allowed “Strange New Worlds” to seize the normal spirit of “Star Trek,” which at all times functioned higher as a bunch of miniature morality performs. 

As such, “Strange New Worlds” is freer to discover the issues the showrunners wish to do, moderately than be beholden to long-term storytelling plans. The first season of “Strange New Worlds,” which concluded on July 7, labored simply tremendous. Meyers stated that he want to proceed in the identical custom. 

“I wish to [do] extra of what is labored. But I’d additionally say, in some methods, it is completely different. We had been attempting to take what labored and actually amplify that. And then attempt to right the place we weren’t pleased with it. But the most important factor we tried to do was not maintain again stuff. We had been actually like, ‘Okay, let’s fake that is our final season. And let’s completely go for every thing that we needed to do.'”

While “Star Trek: Discovery” and “Star Trek: Picard” could have their followers, it could be to each these reveals’ detriments that they adhere so carefully to bigger story arcs. As such, plot supersedes all else, and there will likely be little time for the trademark optimism, idly philosophizing, and office camaraderie which might be Trek’s signatures. 

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