Star Trek: Discovery season 2 finale pictures promise turmoil for the team
Is Star Trek Discovery about to be a member down in the second part of the season two finale?
Things don’t look great for the team and the title ‘Such Sweet Sorrow’ doesn’t fill us with the biggest amount of hope.
First look pictures aren’t doing much to stop our worries either, as Number One (Rebecca Romijn) helps Captain Pike (Anson Mount) on board the Enterprise, commanding the team to aid in one mission: Help Commander Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green).
As Section 31 come at the Discovery and the Enterprise (and appear to be succeeding, as one shot appears to knock about the Enterprise, with sparks flying, the two ships have no choice but to try and stand fierce in the face of adversity.
Meanwhile, the trailer sees Burnham in a space suit, in a less than favourable position floating through the ether before she’s pulled into a big black hole.
Has she completed her mission to time travel into the future or has something stopped her mission in her tracks?
Phillipa Georgiou, played by Michelle Yeoh, doesn’t look in the best place either, being thrown around the floor.
Basically, things are intense, and with everything hanging in the balance there’s a fair chance we’re about to say goodbye to someone.
After all, parting is such sweet sorrow…
Ahead of the episode airing, Alex Kurtzman – the showrunner of the series, promises that several hanging threads are finally going to get answers.
He said (via comicbook.com): ‘We are entirely aware of everyone’s questions and criticisms.
‘I’ve read everything, and I see where everyone’s like, “Well, the spore drive never existed!” and “What, Discovery was never around!” and all of those things, we’re totally aware.
‘You will get an answer.’
Star Trek Discovery is available on Netflix in the UK from Friday.
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