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CBS hasn't pegged a release date for season 2, but executive producer Alex Kurtzman told The Hollywood Reporter that they're "ideally" aiming for "the early side of 2019".
As for its plot, he noted guardedly: "We have a…big idea that emerged mid- to late-season one for something we want to do for season two.
And then because it's such a specific experience with this, with the fandom, with the franchise, and being able to—it's great to be able to text someone and be like, ‘My outfit [for an event] looks terrible! "I think we're able to take care of each other at the right time, like when the other person needs it.
All of that, which had kind of happened in small moments at school, has just happened more and more here.""To get to do something so big and so new with someone who was a friend and someone who I feel like I knew so well, it was just a gift," Wiseman said.
Neither had any idea the other was cast in until it was announced by CBS, but once reunited, their shared experience has become a defining one.
Chieffo said they were able to decompress about their shared experience at school and grow closer as a result."It really has got us together in a such a beautiful new way... Webb, I played her mom, in , we played sisters…I think what's cool is there's a sisterly, motherly thing on both sides," Chieffo said.
While Wiseman was aware of how much the show meant to people through firsthand experience, Chieffo, an admitted geek, said she wasn't fully aware of the world she was stepping into while auditioning.—you get a sense that it's a global phenomenon and it's so culturally referenced in so many things.is a tale of two warring parties, the Starfleet Federation and the Klingons, but behind the scenes there's a tale of two women, friends from acting school, who are now on the journey of a lifetime together.They may be on opposing sides on screen, but 's two Marys—Mary Chieffo, who plays the Klingon L'Rell, and Mary Wiseman, Starfleet Cadet Sylvia Tilly on the series—are friends and classmates from Juilliard who have been catapulted to the final frontier, hand-in-hand. For Chieffo, it was the 2009 reboot movie that ignited her desire to check out the original flicks and experience the TV ensembles."Just how it's in so many different countries and so many different people are just affected by it and inspired by it...If I had fully understood, I probably would've been a lot more nervous with the whole process.