The name Star Trek has been synonymous with thought-provoking science fiction for over 50 years now. Throughout numerous films and now six television series, Gene Roddenberry’s wagon train to the stars brought culturally curious escapism to the masses. While the long-running franchise hit a few snags in the new millennium, reboot maestro J.J. Abrams breathed new life into the franchise, reintroducing audiences to a rawer version of Kirk and crew from the alternative Kelvin Timeline. The Chris Pine-led Trek reignited public interest in the sci-fi staple, but also met with criticism from fans of the more introspective iteration.
Then, along came Star Trek: Discovery. The sixth live-action series launched to equal measures excitement and trepidation, ...
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