Ahead of Thursday night’s premiere, CBS has revealed the title sequence for Star Trek: Discovery‘s second season.
The new title sequence stays visually consistent with what we saw in the first season but adds a few new elements. Some of those include the captain’s chair, a Vulcan salute, what appears to be a red Angel, and some Starfleet badges that are reminiscent of those seen in The Original Series.
Check it out below.
Star Trek: Discovery Season Two Title Sequence
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August 22, 2019 at 8:31 pm
Still worse than Star Trek Enterprise’s opening title sequence which itself was worse than all the other shows. They need to go back to a “realistic” space backdrop for future title sequences and maybe use a singular musical theme with a solid melody instead of trying to cram together multiple motifs into a single composition.