Some people have questions about Star Trek: Strange New Worlds season two and we’re going to try and answer them.
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds continues to find ways to keep fans engaged. Whether it’s bringing back characters fans already know, like James Kirk or Montgomery Scott, or ending things on a cliffhanger, Strange New Worlds sure knows how to shake things up.
The ending of season two saw the series do just that, by leaving a lot of lingering questions for season three. Assuming there is a season three. With the fate of the Enterprise and its crew hanging in the balance, we’re left wondering what’s going to happen next.
Now, we know that the Enterprise and its crew, largely, make it out unscathed, as this is a prequel, but what other questions do we have about the series? Well, Collider asked their own questions about what could be happening next, and we’re happy to help them out by providing the answers to those questions.
Well, at least the answers we think we’ll get.
Answering the lingering questions Star Trek: Strange New Worlds left dangling.
Q: What Are The Gorn Planning in ‘Strange New Worlds’?
A: War, or at the very least an invasion of smaller planets around the Federation territory that the Gorn can access. The Gorn won’t likely go full-on war with the Federation, and will likely if anything engage in a cold war of sorts with Starfleet.
Q: Will Spock and Chapel Get Back Together in ‘Strange New Worlds’ Season 3?
A: We’re going to say no. One way or another this terrible relationship is going to end, and it’ll end with both parties likely forgetting they ever had feelings for one another in the first place.
Q: Will Scotty Play a Bigger Role in ‘Strange New Worlds’ Season 3?
A: Yes, Nu Trek has a history of bringing back popular guest stars, especially when they’re playing legacy characters.
Q: Will Captain Pike Defy Starfleet Orders When ‘Strange New Worlds’ Returns?
A: Yes. Pike isn’t one to let innocent people die, so you know he’ll engage with the Gorn. But likely, the Gorn will end up doing something that gives the captain and his ship an “out”.