- 5 new actors join “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds”.
- You can see them in the Paramount + announcement video.
- It is also announced that the production of the new “Star Trek” series has started.
Presumably at the beginning of next year it will appear in the US Paramount+
See the announcement video with the new faces here:
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Captain Pike actor Anson Mount also announces in the clip above that the production of “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” has started in Toronto. The new “Star Trek” series takes place in the years before Captain Kirk takes command of the Enterprise.
“Star Trek: Strange New Worlds”: These are the new cast members
Character names or descriptions have not yet been made known to the new crew members. The one seen in the video above Babs Olusanmokun could viewers from Netflix ‘”Black Mirror“know as well as from”Marvel’s The Defenders“Olusanmokun is also part of the new” Dune “film by Denis Villeneuve.
actress Christina Chong can currently be admired in the “Tom & Jerry” real film, and has already starred alongside Patrick Stewart in the comedy “New York Christmas – there is a Christmas miracle!” With. Celia Rose Gooding
The “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” cast is completed by Jess Bush (“Skinford”) and Melissa Navia (“Billions“).
With us you can find out everything about the upcoming “Star Trek” series on Paramount +: Star Trek 2021: These series and films are waiting for you this year! Meanwhile, “Strange New Worlds” was recently named Captain Pike received by Picard himself.
|Rate Star Trek: Strange New Worlds|
|Genre||Sci-Fi & Fantasy|
|First broadcast in Germany||
|network||CBS All Access|
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