One of the changes coming for the second season of Star Trek: Discovery – premiering Thursday – is a new title sequence. And you don’t have to wait to see it.
Season two title sequence
Today CBS revealed the new sequence on social media.
Beaming up a new #StarTrekDiscovery title sequence. Can you spot all of the differences?
— Star Trek: Discovery (@startrekcbs) January 15, 2019
While the general style of the sequence remains, the Klingon motif from season one has been dropped, however Jeff Russo’s title score appears unchanged. There are a few new visual elements that have been added for the second season. We have highlighted some of the key changes.
In the transporter montage a clever person in the art department put a reference to the fourth season Star Trek: Enterprise episode “Daedalus” where we find out the inventor of the transporter is Emory Erickson.
Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 premieres Thursday January 17 in the USA on CBS All Access at 5:30PM PT/8:30PM ET. It will air in Canada on Space at 5:00PM PT/8:00 PM ET the same day. For all other regions, the premiere will be available on Netflix within 24-hours (January 18).
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