8.2
304 votes
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds

Paramount+ 2022

Follow Christopher Pike, Spock and Number One in the years before Captain Kirk boarded the U.S.S. Enterprise, as they explore new worlds around the galaxy. This show is a prequel to the original series and Star Trek: Discovery.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds - S1E1

#1 - Strange New Worlds

7.98

Season 1 - Episode 1

When one of Pike’s officers goes missing while on a secret mission for Starfleet, Pike has to come out of self-imposed exile. He must navigate how to rescue his officer, while struggling with what to do with the vision of the future he’s been given.

The episode was rated from 1567 votes.

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds - S1E2

#2 - Children of the Comet

7.83

Season 1 - Episode 2

While on a survey mission, the U.S.S. Enterprise discovers a comet is going to strike an inhabited planet. They try to re-route the comet, only to find that an ancient alien relic buried on the comet’s icy surface is somehow stopping them. As the away team try to unlock the relic’s secrets, Pike and Number One deal with a group of zealots who want to prevent the U.S.S. Enterprise from interfering.

The episode was rated from 1240 votes.

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds - S1E3

#3 - Ghosts of Illyria

7.71

Season 1 - Episode 3

The U.S.S. Enterprise encounters a contagion that ravages the ship. One by one, the entire crew is incapacitated except for Number One, Una Chin-Riley, who must now confront a secret she’s been hiding as she races to find a cure.

The episode was rated from 992 votes.

Last updated: may 26, 2022

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debuts May 5/2022 according to Trek Roundtable

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Glad to see tradTrek (traditional Trek) is back! I miss this format and style of Star Trek. Nothing wrong with the other nuTrek, they're all great on their own, but as someone who grew up watching Star Trek, the style of TOS, TNG, DS9, VOY, and ENT, have grown on me. It's more about the issues we are facing today, in real life, as well as meaningful life realizations. Picard is like that but it is more about Jean-Luc. Discovery is like that but it is more about the conflict and the characters. But tradTrek is different. The approach is to let the audience relate and think of the world around them. Best of all, finally, we have a Captain Pike canon series! We seriously lack canon materials around Pike and his time with the Enterprise and it has been requested since the 90s. Finally! Let me say that again, FINALLY!

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I'm so excited: it's a very promising pilot, it's the classic Roddenberry's line and it's so cool again. It's a new hope to forget the crappy Discovery/Picard shows. I think I've been waiting for this for a few decades.

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This has been a long time coming... [spoiler] Finally we get the Classic Old School Star Trek.... Yeah it's got added *Woke* but then it's 2022... But yeah it's way better than Picard... An better than Discovery... Finally a show worth waiting for.... [/spoiler]

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Woke trash virtue signaling superimposed onto classic Star Trek knock off. Although the original series certainly posed some political questions. It was always about entertainment and never pushed a specific and in this case far left agenda. Another disappointment to add to Picard and Discovery. These leftist writers are destroying a brand that took decades to build.

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More slop out of the minds of Klutzman and company. Another crew of people with terrible pasts that will continuously haunt them each episode.

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In the 1980's there was a "kit car" company called "Prova Designs" that made a Lamborghini Countach replica SO accurate that, unless you were actually familiar with the REAL one, you would be fooled into thinking it was legitimate, down to the interiors emblems, wheels etc. Only when you looked "under the hood" would you realize that you had been faked out. The company of course never claimed they were official, but, poseurs would often try to pass them off as such. This is the vibe I get, so far, from this new "Trek" series, and, while I am usually one to defend new iterations of Roddenberry's love child, in this case, I keep feeling that I need to "slow my roll" and check under the hood to make sure I'm not being, as they say, "trizzed". In this case, some subtle, SJW "woke" nonsense being passed off as legit Star Trek, by presenting the usual hat tips and recognizable visual cues in a fancy, tarted up, but ultimately artificially feeling package. From the unprofessional way even new recruits address each other, much less senior officers, to the comical Vulcan courtship convo, and escaped aliens running around the decks like a Benny Hill episode, it just feels "off". I can't quite yet put my finger on it, and, I am willing to give it a few more episodes in the hopes they find their stride, but, so far, other than the SFX, I will have to withhold my wistful enthusiasm until I see what else unfolds.

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Producer/Creator: Let's see how many diversities we can get on the show and keep white people to a minimum - 2 should do it - they'll be the obligatory straight people too. And let's make sure all the aliens are black. Yeah, this is going to be the best diverse show EVER! Plot? No - that doesn't matter as much, silly. People will watch anyway and get all warm and fuzzy. BTW: Why would a Vulcan get married? It's completely illogical since god/religion created marriage and they don't believe in god, they believe in evolution. 5/10

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2 episodes in. I don't want to jinx it, but this looks like a proper Star Trek show. It's about time!

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This is a pretty good "back to the original days" Star Trek. More episodic with a long story arc, but being episodic was what got everyone into Star Trek in the first place. Someone said that this is "woke garbage", and I'm quite often the first to point that out when I see it but I didn't get that so far. However, Paramount has woke the hell out of Discovery and got about half as woke on Picard so I wouldn't be surprised if this went that route. They have, as they do, made one character quite obviously and somewhat over-the-top gay so I'm confident it'll be a central part of the story very soon and hopefully it's more in passing than becoming a consuming plot line like they do in most other shows.

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I have enjoyed watching the two aired episodes more than the entire seasons of Discovery & Picard combined. "Hope for the best, prepare for the worst" as the saying goes, but I'm extremely optimistic about SNW.

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