Star Trek: Discovery - Season 2

Star Trek: Discovery - Season 2

Star Trek: Discovery - Season 2

This modern Star Trek series co-created by Bryan Fuller (Hannibal) follows new voyages of Starfleet on their missions to discover new worlds and new life forms.

2019USA
AdventureScience Fiction

Star Trek: Discovery - Season 2 | Reviews

81%34 reviews

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Vulture

Vulture

What’s onscreen in season two feels more consistent, smooth even, but also more distressingly typical.

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

[Season 2] strives hard to set a new course for Discovery. There’s a new commanding officer on the bridge: Anson Mount’s Captain Pike. ... It’s not quite a repilot, but it feels like the beginning of a pivot. ... I want to see where this goes, but I’m not quite convinced yet. I just don’t get this weird reboot fascination with Captain Pike.

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

It's comfortingly formulaic, in a way that feels like a return to the Star Trek of yore. Going where no TV show has ever gone before? Hardly. But it's good fun all the same.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

There’s a lot of set-up packed into this premiere, and for now the direction set is worth traveling.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

It arguably had the best first season of any “Star Trek” series, which says more about how long it has taken traditional “Trek” shows to find their footing. But if the tightly-structured first episode, directed by Kurtzman and titled “Brother,” is any indication, “Discovery” has found its own quicker than its predecessors.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

The show still looks great; a little too reliant on the blue-gold thing, but still, slick and thrilling, with some striking moments throughout.

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TV Guide

TV Guide

Bringing in an iconic character like Pike could have been disastrous but Discovery somehow makes it work. He's seamlessly woven into the narrative, bringing exhilarating new energy that never overpowers the series' core cast. ... Season 2 takes a carefully bold, gripping and undeniably fun stab at it and in turn, is the best it's ever been.

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