This post keeps spoilers to a minimum because the show won’t air until October 28th.
While Star Trek certainly has a share of young fans, it was never specifically for kids. Of course, there were animated shows in the 70s, but it was basically a continuation of the original 1966 series. New programs, Great, Made with kids in mind – especially those who know nothing about Star Trek.
Although the show will not appear until Paramount + At the end of the month, Fans took a peek at the first episode “Lost and Found” this past weekend New York Comic Con. It introduces us to the character of the main character, a multifaceted group of aliens who are trapped in a remote mining colony and forced to dig in search of a mysterious prize. It’s a pretty deadly scene for a kids show, but one that won’t last long – it’s part of the principles of Star Trek, above all, and franchise search.
To keep the series as new-friendly as possible, connections to the wider trek universe have been kept to a minimum. We do not know which species of our hero dal. The rest of the cast is filled by aliens who are either new to us or haven’t gotten a lot of screen time in the past. And the federation is a lot unknown here. Not that it hasn’t been mentioned a few times, but our group of ex-prisoners has no idea what that means. Longtime fans will be thrilled to learn all about them, while new fans will take that journey of discovery with them.
It’s a feeling of wonder that the show will hold firmly with the franchise, even encouraging its new setting and animation style, such as previous science fiction programs. Star Wars: Rebel And Farscape. Star Wars: Rebel It was also made as a children’s show, but its role in providing detailed information about the rise of the Rebel Alliance and Pathos’s feelings has made it an enjoyable watch for adults. Although the old Trekis will probably want to keep up with Great For these bonds for greater continuity, the action sequences are strong and the initial plot line is serious enough to keep newcomers busy adults. This is a good role of suffrage for both children and adults, much needed to troll in more than 800 episodes.
Great Computer-animated by IB Animation Productions, part of CBS Television Studio. According to Ramsay Naito, president of Nickelodeon and Paramount Animation, CG was chosen as the “funniest method” and director Ben Hibon’s vision for it was very soulful. The show adopts a similar blocky angular style Rebel But the edges are smoother and the color palette is more expansive. Even when things are deadly, it’s a visual behavior in terms of how things are shaded. The planet is a full spectrum of browns and reds, while space is not just black and white; It is an array of bright stars in purple and blue and pink. This is a cinematic place where you want to visit.
And, of course, our search tool USS Protostar, A lost Starfleet ship that the characters find in their excavations. What exactly is the ship and how did it end up in this frustrating mining colony? These are questions for the long way. Some, of course, can be answered by a hologram from the ship’s “help desk”, Katherine Zenway. He doesn’t have a big role in the premiere of the series, which is good because it means he can’t get attention from the main cast role. Paramount + has, at least, released a short clip starring Zenway to quench your thirst for a coffee-hanging captain.
During the New York Comic Con panel, executive producers Dan and Kevin Hegman shared several casting announcements. Voyager Fans will be happy to hear that Robert Beltran will take revenge on Chocolate. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Children will probably be more excited by the voices of other guests, e.g. HamiltonOf David Diggs Tieses and Good placeJamila Jamil in the role of Asensia. These extra announcements also seem like a tip of the iceberg Voyager Fans, a show that has seen the sharing of guest stars like The Rock. Great It will even bring back actor Jason Alexander who was present Voyager, But will now be seen in Doctor Who’s new role.
A lot is exaggerated about the show, and what has been revealed about it Great Extremely promising so far. But as a middle-aged and longtime Star Trek fan, what got me the most at this premiere is when you see Protostar Finally fly. Its rise from the planet was thrilling, but the characters are reacting to seeing the stars for the first time … I may have shed some tears. Star Trek is exploring strange new worlds, looking for new life and new civilizations. Now we see a whole new cast, which was previously tortured and oppressed, will live that dream. Even if we leave the confines of the federation, the heart of the show is firmly rooted in its past.
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