Strange New WorldsStar Trek: Strange New Worlds... REPACK
Space, the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no one has gone before.
Strange New WorldsStar Trek: Strange New Worlds...
Goldsman said the series was more episodic than Discovery and Picard, a style closer to The Original Series, though it does take advantage of serialized storytelling to develop character arcs. Myers elaborated that the writers wanted to bring a "modern character sensibility" to "Star Trek in the way Star Trek stories were always told. It's a ship and it's traveling to strange new worlds and we are going to tell big ideas science fiction adventures in an episodic mode. So we have room to meet new aliens, see new ships, visit new cultures." Since the series has just 10 episodes a season, unlike the 20 episodes or more that past episodic Star Trek seasons had, the producers felt Strange New Worlds was not able to "just [try] different things" and instead wanted to show its full potential by giving each episode a "dramatically" different genre and tone.
Legacy Effects provided alien prosthetics for the series, and introduced new alien species in almost every episode. Per Goldsman's request, Legacy re-designed the prosthetics for Spock's ears and eyebrows to be closer to those used on Nimoy in "The Cage" than the ones from Discovery. Adjustments were also made to better fit Peck's face, such as having a lower angle to the eyebrows compared to Nimoy's. Prosthetics department head Chris Bridges convinced Peck to shave his eyebrows, which Peck had chosen not to do on Discovery, to improve the process of applying the prosthetics and reduce the time it took from two hours to 72 minutes. The make-up and hair team worked on Spock's hairstyle and sideburns, creating a variation on Nimoy's look that better suited Peck's face. The opening title sequence was made by creative studio Picturemill. They begin with a "start-up sequence" of the Enterprise in which the ship becomes illuminated and Mount gives the "Space: the final frontier..." monologue that was also used for The Original Series and Star Trek: The Next Generation. This is then followed by visuals of the Enterprise flying through various interstellar locations and visiting the titular "strange new worlds" which is similar to the "exploratory-style title sequence" from Star Trek: Voyager.
Captain Christopher Pike: Space. The final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no one has gone before. 041b061a72