Published: Wed, October 10, 2018
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

Star Trek: Discovery season 2 trailer reveals the new Spock

Star Trek: Discovery season 2 trailer reveals the new Spock

More importantly, the trailer served up our first glimpse at Ethan Peck's Spock (OMG!) and it's clear that this version of the famed Vulcan will be different from what you might remember from TOS.

Fans attending New York City Comic Con were treated to the debut of Star Trek: Discovery's season 2 trailer yesterday, featuring our first look at the newest incarnation of Spock, played by Ethan Peck.

In the footage, Spock and his adoptive sister Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) share a vision of an entity, dubbed the "red angel", tearing across the universe with questionable intentions. We are rooting for you, Tilly!

Discovery' and its first season didn't exactly win over everyone, the second season looks to be drawing heavily on the established characters of the franchise and one of them is, naturally, Spock.

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In fact in some ways she is the traditional "fish out of water" character writers use to help the viewer understand or relate to the plot. Though he didn't tease anything about the show during the panel, he did give a passionate speech reminding people to vote in the upcoming mid-term elections. Romijn also took the time to praise the production design which she promises harks back to TOS as well. Chieffo, who plays L'Rell, confirmed that her character is now officially the Chancellor of the Klingon Empire.

The trailer opens with USS Discovery's new captain Christopher Pike (Anson Mount) delivering a motivational speech, followed by Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) talking about seven signals that "appeared across the galaxy", with Pike telling her that they have to find out "the source and intent of those signals".

What do you want to see when it comes to Star Trek: Discovery season 2, and does the trailer get you even more excited?

While Zachary Quinto kept his face smooth in the recent Star Trek motion pictures, Leonard Nimoy famously sported a Van Dyck in the original series, when he was playing Mirror-Spock. That explains Season 1's bald Klingons.

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