This article originally appeared in the March 1, 2020 issue of Wired magazine.
Star Trek is back.
Now that the new series is almost over, the writers, producers, actors, and fans are back to work on what they’ve been working on for years.
But what’s going to happen next?
Here’s a look at the five most important plot points we know about what’s to come next.
Spock is returning to the ship.
When Star Trek V: The Final Frontier came out, it was revealed that the main character of the first three movies was originally going to be Spock.
That’s not surprising.
He’s the captain of the Enterprise-D, the crew’s flagship.
The Enterprise-A and the other ships of the Federation are now known as the USS Enterprise-C and the USS Voyager.
But we know that Spock will be back.
The writers of the series decided that the best way to honor Spock’s legacy was to have the original Star Trek series reboot the franchise.
That meant giving him a new crew and a new name.
That new crew was the Enterprise.
And that new name, the USS Kirk, was born.
This is a big deal, but let’s first take a look back at what we know so far about the original Enterprise-E and the crew.
This section covers the original ships and the original crew members.
The ship is the Enterprise in the original series, the Enterprise was first built in 2032 and is currently located in the Earth-Space Lagoon in deep space.
This story is about how Kirk and the Enterprise crew were transported from Earth to the Enterprise, the vessel that would lead them to the stars.
The original series introduced us to Kirk and Spock and the rest of the crew, who would later travel the galaxy.
The main characters in the series are Rom (William Shatner) and Leeta (Cara Delevingne).
Spock (James Doohan) was the original captain of Starfleet and the first officer of the USS Defiant.
Kirk was the first captain of Enterprise and the third officer.
The crew was originally named the USS K-2SO and the ship was known as Enterprise-B.
But the series was rebooted in 1990 after the original episodes were shot.
The first four episodes of the reboot were filmed as a pilot, but the series later moved to a live-action format.
The second series of the show, called Enterprise-P, aired in 1993.
Kirk and his crew were first introduced in the first series of Star Trek, as well as Enterprise, The Animated Series, and Star Trek Into Darkness.
The new reboot is a continuation of the story from the original TV series.
The reboot has a few new characters, including Spock (William Hurt), Uhura (Zoe Saldana), and T’Pol (Lauren Ambrose).
The reboot also has a new captain, Rom, who joins the new crew.
Uhura, Rom and Spock have a few minor changes, like Kirk is a Klingon and Leeta is a Vulcan.
But they’re all still characters who appear in the show.
There are also a few changes to the storyline from the first two series.
Kirk’s crew, including Uhura and Rom, now live in the USS Kelvin, a new ship.
The Kelvin is one of the few Federation vessels that hasn’t been converted into a Klingon prison.
The Klingons and Vulcans have an old rivalry, but now they are in a different ship.
Also, the Kelvin is home to several new species of Klingons, including the Klingons of T’Kuvma and the Klingonese.
This new Kelvin was built by the Federation to serve as a base for the new Enterprise-S, the ship that was going to lead the crew to the new stars.
This was part of the original plan to introduce the Enterprise to the other worlds of the Alpha Quadrant.
The other new characters are a Klingon scientist named Rachal, who has been researching a cure for the virus that killed Spock, and a Vulcan named Ch’Rell, who is looking to find a cure to the deadly disease that’s ravaging his people.
Kirk has the honor of being the first to find out about the cure.
He tells Spock that the cure involves a genetic manipulation that he was previously unaware of.
The cure has the potential to save the entire planet, which means that the entire galaxy is going to end.
Kirk also finds out that the Klingon scientist who discovered the cure is his old nemesis, Rom.
The last three episodes of Star Series, V: TNG, VE, and VOY have all introduced new characters and plots.
These episodes are all written by J.J. Abrams, who also wrote the first six episodes of The Next Action.
Kirk is the first of these characters, and the episode “Where