Star Trek Discovery’s First Trailer Boldly Goes Where No One Has Gone Before [Video]

CBS has just released the new trailer for their upcoming Star Trek series set 10 years before Kirk, Spock, and the Enterprise. Star Trek Discovery will premiere in May on CBS and then on CBS All Access. It will also be available on Netflix everywhere except in the U.S. and Canada. Canadians will have to watch the series through Space and likely through CBS Canada as well. This is all awfully complicated. Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments below!

US Only Trailer (Canadian version below, still searching for an official source that serves it everywhyere.)

Canadian Trailer

Oh, and in case you haven’t seen them yet, this is a Klingon:



8 Responses to Star Trek Discovery’s First Trailer Boldly Goes Where No One Has Gone Before [Video]

  1. Feels like the new movies and not the previous shows. People are going to hate it and nobody is going to pay to watch it.

  2. Mostly agree. As a lifelong (almost) Star Trek supporter, I do not intend to go to “All Access” since first I don’t know how and second I resent being held hostage by corporate.

    • There is an alternate explanation that the Klingons of TOS were genetic hybrids of Klingons and Humans to infiltrate.

  3. Meh. Star Trek in name only with similar vocabulary. What the fans want, what I want, is a show that *feels* like Star Trek always did on television. This feels like a crummy SyFy show. Oh, and note to people who make TV shows: it’s OK to not be super arc heavy. No problem with good old fashioned episodic stories where we’re not tuning in next week to see how alien bad guy X’s plan to destroy time and space is working out.

    Prediction: If the show is not a hit, the producers will blame the fans for being racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic, xenophobic, and possibly ailurophobic.

  4. Have you seen “Enterprize”? It explains how many Klingons turn human in appearance due to their attempt in copying human eugenics experiments.

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