By Sam

Prepare to embark on an awe-inspiring journey through the cosmos as the highly anticipated second season of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds arrives, now available on 4K Ultra disc on three mesmerizing disks! Brace yourselves for an unparalleled experience that promises to awaken the collective passion of Trekkies across the globe.

 As the newest chapter in the legendary Star Trek saga, Season Two propels us back into the heart of the Milky Way, rekindling our passion for exploration and discovery. Building upon the gripping narrative of its predecessor, this season seamlessly continues the enthralling tale, delving deeper into the uncharted territories and unearthing new mysteries that await among the stars.

The narrative takes an electrifying turn as the seasoned first officer, Una Chin-Riley, portrayed by the incomparable Rebecca Romijn, finds herself ensnared in a web of intrigue, arrested for alleged genetic modifications aboard the Enterprise. With the Enterprise docked at spacedock, Captain Christopher Pike, embodied by the charismatic Anson Mount, sets out in search of legal counsel, leaving the capable (Ethan Peck) in temporary command.

In a daring and unforeseen twist, Spock, played by the enigmatic Ethan Peck, finds himself faced with a perilous situation as he embarks on a mission to rescue Lt. La’an Noonien-Singh, portrayed by the compelling Christina Chong, perilously positioned near the Klingon border. Desperate times call for desperate measures, compelling Spock to take matters into his own hands, leading him to a bold decision: stealing the Enterprise.

To execute this high-stakes rescue, Spock gathers a formidable team of senior officers, including the fiercely determined Lt. Erica Ortegas, brought to life by the talented Melissa Navia; the compassionate and skilled Nurse Christine Chapel, portrayed by the captivating Jess Bush; the adept and reliable Dr. M’Benga, played by the esteemed Babs Olusanmokun; and the bright and resourceful Ensign Nyota Uhura, embodied by the talented Celia Rose Gooding.

Joining this dynamic ensemble is the enterprising engineer Pelia, portrayed by the effervescent Carol Kane, a recent graduate from Starfleet Academy, eager to dive headfirst into thrilling new adventures alongside this intrepid crew.

Both Strange New Worlds Season One and Two were shot in unadulterated 4K, raising its visual pull to extraordinary heights. This show isn’t just a visual treat; it’s an exquisite display of meticulous production and awe-inspiring costume design that sets the stage for an unequalled viewing experience. The stark contrast between the pristine brilliance of the Enterprise against the vast backdrop of the deep, dark expanse of space creates an arresting visual dynamic.

Now, available on 4K Ultra resolution, the impact is profound, delivering an experience that’s not just sharper but also remarkably free of compression. The sensational quality of witnessing this meticulously constructed universe in its full, uncompremised glory cannot be overstated. Every detail, every shade, and every intricacy come alive, immersing us in a visual marvel that feels as vivid and captivating as if we were aboard the Enterprise. This isn’t just a TV show; it’s an invitation to behold the majesty of space in its most pristine form.

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds is the very best, Star Trek series to come along since Star Trek the original series. I emphatically recommend it.  Also, we now have word that a new third season is in the works.

This 4K set features all 10 episodes of the second season plus over two hours of special features:

Producing Props

The Costume Closet

The Gorn

Singing in Space

Exploring New Worlds

Deleted, Extended, and Alternate Scenes (Exclusive)


The Broken Circle

Ad Astra per Aspera

Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow

Among The Lotus Eaters


Lost in Translation

Those Old Scientists

Under the Cloak of War

Subspace Rhapsody