SDCC 2023—Strange New Worlds Reveals First Star Trek Musical Ep

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Not to be outdone Announcing last year’s Comic-Con The Strange New Worlds would work with Lower decks for a crossover episode in Season 2, this year at the latest hike The series returned to San Diego to get even weirder: the Pursue becomes almost lyrical.

Paramount confirmed today at San Diego Comic-Con that the upcoming ninth episode of Star Trek: Strange New WorldsThe second season would be titled Subspace Rhapsody: and it’s the first full-fledged season ever star trek musical episode. Check out the trailer below (or on Twitter, international):

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds | Subspace Rhapsody (SDCC 2023) Trailer | Paramount+

As you can see, the Pursue is literally turned on its head when investigating a subspace anomaly sends a wave through the ship, forcing the crew to sing their hearts out. And not Only the crew: She looks like Paul Wesley’s Lieutenant James T. Kirk is back on board for any reason. It’s probably because “we’re going to fucking do a musical.” star trek Follow and don’t find a way to get future Captain Kirk to perform a song and dance.”

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“Subspace Rhapsody”, the penultimate episode of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Season 2 will stream on August 3rd on Paramount+.

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