‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season 2 Poster & Premiere Date Revealed

Star Trek Discovery CBS All Access Season 2

With New York Comic-Con soon upon us, the time is ripe for CBS to kick up the promotion for the upcoming second season of Star Trek: Discovery. While some fans may be divided on the Star Trek series, it has also received its fair share of critical acclaim and will feature some very familiar names to the Trek world in Season 2 with the arrival of Anson Mount as Christopher Pike, as well as Ethan Peck stepping into the role of Spock.

While the producers behind Star Trek: Discovery had indicated this previously, CBS All Access confirmed with the new poster that the second season of the Star Trek discovery will be returning in January of next year. With that, we also have a new poster teasing the discovery of the next, new adventure for the crew in the upcoming season. Here, have a look at the poster for yourself and let us know what you think:

Star Trek Discovery Season 2 poster

Based on the prior trailer, shown at San Diego Comic-Con earlier this summer, the lights will have a link to Ethan Peck’s Mr. Spock, so we’ll hopefully find out more about that in the upcoming season when it premieres next January. Let us know your thoughts on Star Trek: Discovery in the comments below and what you hope to see in the second season when it drops on CBS All Access in the beginning of next year. Did you enjoy the new Trek series or did you have any issues with it? Are you excited to see what Ethan Peck will bring to the character of Spock when he makes his debut?

Star Trek: Discovery stars Sonequa Martin-Green, Doug Jones, Shazad Latif, Anthony Rapp, Mary Wiseman, Jason Isaacs, Wilson Cruz, and Anson Mount. The second season will premiere next January on CBS All Access.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

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  • Maxi Iroh

    Matthew Vaughn or Edgar Wright.

  • Jonathan Peck

    how about Adam McKay to direct Deadpool 2?

  • yehuda92

    No one on this list but Edgar Wright seems like a very good fit…

  • Warren

    This is a terrible list. The whole point of Tim Miller leaving was because Ryan Reynolds wants more of the raunchy comedic take and not the stylized action that Miller wanted. I think they want more of a comedic director. Edgar Wright would be a good fit. After seeing The Nice Guys, Shane Black would be another good one. Maybe other options would be guys like Todd Phillips or Evan Goldberg/Seth Rogen. Guys who’ve made crazy comedies with slapstick action.

    • Steve Steve

      Terrible list, indeed. I disagree with the rest of your thought process. Reynolds wants to repeat what he and the writers did for Deadpool. That would also necessitate an emerging talent director who can add the necessary visual flair, like Tim did.

      No slapstick directors
      No raunchy comedy directors

      Find another Tim Miller, Russo Brothers, Matthew Vaughn, Christopher McQuarrie, Ryan Coogler, Lord and Miller, Doug Liman, David Ayer, Justin Lin, James Wan, etc.

      • Warren

        That’s fair. If they can find an emerging director and give them the freedom to find their voice, that would be great. Taking a chance on Miller is part of what made Deadpool great. I was really just going with the theme of the OP and listing established directors. I think what Fox and Reynolds probably want is to focus on the comedic nature of the characters first and the action second. When I mentioned “slapstick action” I was really just trying to say that those guys had a visual flair for chaos. Todd Phillips with The (first) Hangover and War Dogs and Goldberg/Rogen with This Is The End and the Preacher series. Speaking of Preacher, how about the guy who did the “Sundowner” episode with that crazy hotel fight? His name is Guillermo Navarro and he’s worked as cinematographer for Tarantino and Del Toro…

        • Steve Steve

          I really don’t have much affection for the visual work in those films. There isn’t a lot of art to the way those films were shot, certainly not the kinetic scenes anyway. Not that they’re bad films, cause they’re both really solid.

          Guillermo Navarro is a really cool idea. He is the type of director they should target.

          Gavin O’Connor (Warrior, The Accountant) would be near the top of my list. Jaume Collet-Serra (The Shallows, 3 Taken knock-offs) is another person I would consider.

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