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The “Star Trek” universe is booming. A new series follows the next. Rarely, however, have fans been so divided over the franchise’s recast. Can the latest “Strange New Worlds” joke turn things around again?
Almost exactly 56 years ago, on September 8, 1966, the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) aired the first episode of “Star Trek” – better known in this country as “Starship Enterprise”. Kirk, Spock, Pille & Co. got off to a rocky start. After three seasons, their five-year mission was ended. But a very special event sparked a new, enormous interest in the stars: the Apollo 11 moon landing on July 20, 1969. The rest is TV and film history.
The Gene Roddenberry-created “Star Trek” universe has seen ups and downs over the decades, but the “Discovery” and “Picard” series have finally divided fans into two camps. Now Captain Christopher Pike, played by Jeffrey Hunter in the then-unreleased pilot episode “The Cage” and currently embodied by Anson Mount, would set things straight again in “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds”.
A detailed look at the launch of “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” (December 2022 on Paramount+) by Ronny Rüsch and Axel Max – now in a “Star Trek” special by “Oscars & Raspberry” – the ntv podcast, where every Friday everything revolves around streaming services such as Netflix, RTL+, Amazon Prime & Co.
Every Friday Ronny Rüsch presents “Oscars & Raspberry”, the ntv podcast about streaming. Informative. Entertaining. Compact. In the ntv app, on Audio Now, Spotify and Apple Podcasts.