STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Character Posters Beam Down Ahead Of Upcoming Season 2 Premiere

STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Character Posters Beam Down Ahead Of Upcoming Season 2 Premiere

STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Character Posters Beam Down Ahead Of Upcoming Season 2 Premiere

Star Trek: Discovery returns to CBS All Access for its second season on January 17, and a series of character posters featuring the show's new and returning faces has been released online. Check 'em out...

The second season of Star Trek: Discovery is set to premiere on January 17, and CBS All Access (via IGN) has debuted a series of character banners in anticipation.

The posters feature several main players standing back-to-back, including new recruits Ethan Peck as Spock and Anson Mount as Captain Pike. It also looks like Wilson Cruz will reprise his role as Dr. Culber despite being killed off during season 1, so it looks like we may be in for some more Mirror Universe shenanigans.

Check out the posters below, and let us know if you're looking forward to rejoining the crew of The Discovery as they continue their mission in the final frontier.

To view the posters all at once, simply click on the VIEW LIST (ONE PAGE) button below!


Pike And Georgiou


Michelle Yeoh returns as former Mirror Universe Emperor Philippa Georgiou (now a recruit in Starfleet's covert Section 31), alongside former Inhumans actor Anson Mount as a new incarnation of Captain Christopher Pike.

Tilly And Saru


The ever-affable Ensign Sylvia Tilly (Mary Wiseman) and Commander Saru (Doug Jones), who will have a much bigger role in season 2's plot.

Stamets And Culber


Lt. Commander Paul Stamets (Anthony Rapp) and his deceased love Dr. Hugh Culber (Wilson Cruz), who will return in season 2... somehow!

Burnham And Spock


Finally, we have series lead Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) and her adoptive brother Mr. Spock (Ethan Peck). This take on the iconic Vulcan has not yet fully committed to logic, which is why he was seen cracking a smile in the trailer.
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