It’s finally here. After 12 years off the air, the final frontier will be explored once more in Star Trek: Discovery. With the premiere a few short hours away, we have the first look at the main title sequence. And why put it off any longer? Take a look:
Unlike previous main title sequences, we do not see glamour shots of a Starship traveling past planets, through asteroid fields, and blasting off with warp drive.
Instead, the Discovery title sequence features rough sketches and blueprints, blending into planets, ships, tech, and eyes. It has a very similar feel to the opening sequence for Enterprise, only it comes with a nostalgic and moving theme song composed by Jeff Russo.
Star Trek: Discovery stars Sonequa Martin-Green as Michael Burnham, Jason Isaacs as Captain Gabriel Lorca, Anthony Rapp as Lieutenant Stamets, Doug Jones as Lieutenant Saru, and Michelle Yeoh as Captain Georgiou.
Star Trek: Discovery debuts on CBS and CBS All Access simultaneously today, and weekly thereafter, though only on All Access.