Yup, HD Dolby Vision only (it's not available in 4K), but still better looking than the first.Hi am I missing something with picture quality, I get HD Dolby vision and 5.1 on both Apple TV and LG OLED on second series, 1st one was always this, on what devices are you getting the second series in 4K Dolby vision?
100% agree with this.As a first episode of a returning series I thought it was pretty weak.
Pike - I can get behind him. A little Picard and a little Kirk mixed into one.
The Enterprise - really?! just not required IMO
Spock - I hope they leave him out. This can survive on it's own merits.
Introduction of the original uniforms - Enterprise just back from 5 year mission with new uniforms?? seems a little odd.
As for the actual episode - it lacked any real meat. It was all about introducing Pike to the mix, and they pretty much added the rest as filler.
Star Trek is always going to polarise opinion as we’ve all invested significant time in previous characters and spinoffs, but to me this is the first TV version that goes head to head with the movies, and even perhaps exceeds them now in terms of production values given the budgets available to Netflix. To me Discovery blows away DS9 and Voyager in every way.I'll just paste what I said in the other thread:
Sorry to barge in as the voice of discontent. But I didn't like this episode at all. The smug whimsy was forced and painful. The whole thematic shift into jokey naff back and forth was so reactionary it was contrived and on the nose. Nowhere near the magic of DS9 or the comradery of Voyager. Just my honest take on it. I'm not trolling or discrediting others opinions at all.