Star Trek Discovery renewed for a Season 4

Star Trek Discovery renewed for a Season 4
Star Trek Discovery, the latest television iteration of the beloved sci-fi franchise, has been officially renewed by CBS for a fourth season. This was confirmed by the protagonists Sonequa Martin-Green and Doug Jones and the executive producers and showrunners Alex Kurtzman and Michelle Paradise also confirming that, in spite of the problems generated by the health emergency caused by the Coronavirus, production will start already starting from next November 2nd. .

The third season of Star Trek Discovery kicked off in the US on October 15 on CBS: All Access and October 16 on Netflix for Italy.



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Star Trek Discovery - where we left off

In the second season of Star Trek Discovery, the crew he had been facing an AI intent on eradicating sentient life in the galaxy and a time-traveling antagonist. In the season finale then there was the twist with Discovery thrown into the future, more precisely in the 32nd century, which is a completely unexplored period in the continuity of Star Trek.

In the trailer for Star Trek Discovery Season 3 we discover that the crew has landed on a planet inhabited by intelligent life but 930 years in the future is a very long time and in fact the bad news is around the corner: the Federation was wiped out during an unspecified event. Discovery's mission therefore appears to be to investigate and rebuild the Federation itself.



There is a lot of excitement around the Star Trek franchise. Star Trek: Lower Decks has recently debuted the animated series with a comic tone, Star Trek: Picard has been renewed for a second season and in the works are Star Trek: Strange New Worlds with Anson Mount as Captain Pike, Rebecca Romijn in those of Numero Uno and Ethan Peck in those of Spock; a series starring Section 31 starring Michelle Yeoh and finally another animated series in computer graphics entitled Star Trek: Prodigy which will air on Nickelodeon.

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