Strange New Worlds
The first two seasons of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds were nothing short of a masterpiece. With a creative starting point to circle back into Trek's history with more standalone episodes, the show somehow both emulated what came before and also broke the mold in reinventing the series' modern era.
Visually stunning, expertly crafted and profoundly smart, Strange New Worlds was a complete success in playing with Trek's anthology roots (fantasy, horror, hijinks!) and also integrating serialized elements that developed not only the characters on the screen, but storylines going back more than 50 years.
Below is our TrekRanks breakdown of the first two seasons, complete with five words and a hashtag summaries. (As always, don't forget our lists are completely searchable and sortable.)