Star Trek: Discovery season 2 trailer reveals the new Spock

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Plus, Burnham's voice calling his name at the end of the trailer makes us even more excited to see their relationship unfold this season. The trailer can be viewed below.

STAR TREK: DISCOVERY follows the voyages of Starfleet on their missions to discover new worlds and new life forms, and one Starfleet officer who must learn that to truly understand all things alien, you must first understand yourself.

The sneak peek offered up an extended glimpse at a dashing Captain Pike (Anson Mount) who will take command of the Discovery to face an imminent threat.

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Fans have been abuzz since Star Trek: Discovery announced the introduction of Spock in its upcoming second season. He found out he got the role when he got a message from the casting director that said "Welcome aboard, Mr. Spock".

Wilson Cruz's character of Dr. Hugh Culber was killed off last season in a very unpopular move, seeing as he was half of Star Trek's first series regular LGBT couple.

Sonequa Martin-Green revealed to the crowd, "My husband Kenric Green is going to be in Star Trek Discovery!".

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Jones said Saru finds out something about himself and what it means to be a Kelpien in Season 2, something he did not know but will be "challenging".

"I didn't know the full story".

Now you're no doubt wondering why in a supposed review of an episode I'm only talking about the character of Tilly, right?

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When asked if we'd see any other classic characters like Spock on the show, Kurtzman conceded, heavily hinting that the Talosians might be making an appearance on Discovery. That explains Season 1's bald Klingons. L'Rell's arc will also see her dealing with the men who don't want her in power. The world evolution was also thrown out there, and we'll get to go to the Kelpien homeworld of Kaminar (that's the first time we've heard that planet name mentioned) as well and we get to meet Saru's sister. We also felt as though the original series were transcendent in that way; they spoke to so much more than just an adventure in outer space featuring characters who you could know, love, and aspire to be like.