Anson Mount is set to play Captain Christopher Pike of the U.S.S. Enterprise. Production for the sophomore season of the CBS All Access series will begin later this month.
“Star Trek: Discovery” executive producer Alex Kurtzman will take the helm for the sci-fi drama’s season-two premiere. Kurtzman is set to direct the debut episode of the new season, which is slated to begin production in April in Toronto. No air date has yet been scheduled for the premiere. Season two will pick up where […]
Star Trek: Discovery’s fifth episode, Choose Your Pain, introduced Lt. Ash Tyler, a Klingon prisoner of war. Something about Tyler doesn’t quite seem right – Captain Lorca was quick to point out that his story of being held prison by the Klingons didn’t quite add up, given how long he’d survived. Of course, just because one slightly suspicious human is introduced at the same time as a Klingon character is suspiciously absent doesn’t mean they’re the same individual – correlation is not causation, after all.
Is 'Star Trek: Discovery' actor Shazad Latif really the guy behind Voq, as many fans suspect? We put the question to Latif himself.
It didn't take very long for "Star Trek: Discovery" to join the ranks of "Rick and Morty" and "Game of Thrones."
Trekkies at Comic-Con were treated to a new look at CBS All Access’ upcoming series “Star Trek: Discovery,” set to debut in September. It’s the first glimpse of the “Star Trek” reboot since its initial May teaser, but unlike the first trailer, which included only scenes from its first episode, the new preview has action from several episodes spliced together. The new series will follow the voyages of Starfleet on their missions to discover new worlds and forms of life, as well as one Starfleet officer who must learn that “to truly understand all things alien, you must first understand yourself.” “Star Trek: Discovery” will feature a new ship and characters, while tapping into the ethos of the show’s roots.
Today was the penultimate day of the Television Critics Association summer press tour, an annual event which holds a variety of different panels – and this year, one of those panels was ran by Bryan Fuller, who revealed a lot of information about the new Star Trek: Discovery program, set to launch in 2017 on CBS All Access in the US, on terrestrial television in Canada, and on Netflix worldwide. The intention is to provide a different point of view from prior Star Trek series, given that the previous 6 (presumably including the animated series) have been from the perspective of the Captain. Fuller has, in the past, stated that casting for Discovery will be ‘colour blind’, and as such our new lead may be of any race.