The most dynamic, cutting edge Star Trek series produced to date. Every episode is "edge of your seat" entertainment. Production, direction and actor craft reaches above and beyond all prior franchise endeavors. This is NO LIMITS Star Trek.
It's hard/impossible to find an online review of the full season. The full 15-episode Season 1 is available on Netflix here in Europe. Access in the USA is via other paid services, at least on initial release, but American viewers might be able to catch up with this on Netflix if they travel. Meanwhile all initial reviews are based on the pilot (episodes 1 and 2 combined). The pilot attracted good reviews - more than the full season deserves - in part simply from the pleasure of seeing a new Star Trek series on screen.
By the end of Season 1, it feels uneven. There are some great ideas... read the rest.
Basically, the whole thing is a politically correct propaganda show. Everyone is an independent and capable woman. The only white male in a position of power is a single capitan, his with his flaws too. The rest? Incredibly obvious.
Episode 10 is about a parallel universe in which - although the human race rules over everything, it's painted as an evil 'Terran Empire' and villified to the max. Everyone is evil. Why? Because the core mantra of this alternate human race is - listen to this - preserving their own kind (basically, they made an episode about just how bad a racist universe might b... read the rest.
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