You didn’t think CBS would be so quick to dismiss its All-Access jewel, did you? No, the U.S.S. Discovery will continue its mission in the years before Kirk and Spock, as CBS officially confirms Star Trek: Discovery will return for Season 2.
Star Trek: Discovery just aired its premiere, and already we’re impatient for Season 2. The same lengthy production that delayed Sunday’s arrival repeatedly might keep us waiting until 2019 for a second round, according to producers.
If you’ve seen one montage of Federation ships sailing through space, you’ve seen them all. That’s why Star Trek: Discovery aimed for something different with its title credits, as the intricate designs and technology leap off the page before Sunday’s premiere.
CBS is keeping Star Trek: Discovery under a curious amount of spoiler scrutiny, and we may know why. Franchise veteran Jonathan Frakes let slip a major return for the new series that may have you trimming a goatee in anticipation.
The pressing need to perfect Star Trek: Discovery as the franchise’s TV return is precisely what caused its numerous delays in the first place, but CBS may not have high confidence. Reports suggest Star Trek: Discovery reviews will be embargoed right up through the premiere.
It looks like Star Trek, but will CBS’ Discovery sound like Star Trek? Very much so by its full score, as CBS releases the classic-tinged title theme that will christen Star Trek: Discovery when the new series premieres in late September.
At long last, Star Trek is boldly going back to TV. Just two weeks out from its CBS All-Access premiere, Star Trek: Discovery introduces us to Michael Burnham in two new clips from the series, along with one very scary Klingon.
Star Trek canon has practically folded in on itself, with rebooted movies following a new timeline, and Discovery returning ten years before the old one. And despite some aesthetic choices, Discovery will largely ignore any sense of the J.J. Abrams films, as well as the franchise’s many books…