Star Trek: Discovery Season 2: Everything You Need to Know | 1/23/2019 | Staff
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Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 is underway, after Thursday night's premiere episode, "Brother," aired. The USS Discovery has a new captain, Michael Burnham must face down (possibly literal) demons from her past, and the hunt is on for a set of mysterious signals that appear all across the Federation. Things are looking good so far for the season.

Even so, it's been almost a year since Season 1 of Discovery ended, and no doubt, you've had to reallocate space in your brain for other important things in the interim. So, in case you need a refresher on what happened last time around, or if you're ready to experience the sci-fi epic for the first time, here's what you need to know about Season 2 of Star Trek: Discovery.

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What Is Star Trek: Discovery?

Just in case you're jumping in to the show for the first time, know that Star Trek: Discovery is a serial sci-fi show that follows the adventures of Cmdr. Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green), an officer aboard a starship called the USS Discovery. Naturally, the show takes place in the same setting as the six other Star Trek series, falling in between the events of Star Trek: Enterprise (2001) and Star Trek: The Original Series (1966).

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Without going into too many plot details, I can tell you that Discovery features a similar mix of sci-fi, drama, action and serial storytelling as the other Star Trek shows. The new show has been somewhat divisive among longtime fans, due to canonical oddities, a darker tone and less scientific rigor than the previous shows had. But it's also an excellent piece of television, combining unpredictable character arcs and satisfying twists with a story that isn't afraid to shake up the status quo.

What happened in Season 1?

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First off, if you haven't watched Season 1, you'll definitely...
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