An official premiere date has been set for Star Trek: Discovery, the long-awaited next TV series set in the Star Trek universe.
The first season of the series will run for 15 episodes, which will be split into two parts. The debut episode is set to air on CBS this fall, with all additional episodes airing exclusively on CBS All Access. In addition to details on the premiere date here in the States, details on when and where Canada and the rest of the world will be able to watch have been announced as well.
Discovery has released a teaser video for this summer’s Shark Week festivities, which are set to kick off next month.
The teaser is brief, but reminds us that the yearly celebration of all things sharks is a very bad week to be a seal. Of any kind. I shan’t say any more than that, so that you might enjoy it for yourself. Click on over to the other side to check out the teaser video.
The first trailer has been released for the next Star Trek TV series, titled Star Trek: Beyond. The release of the trailer follows the release of the first official image, seen above.
The trailer looks like you’d expect a trailer for a Star Trek TV series to look, with one addition some may not be crazy about: the infamous lens flares J.J. Abrams introduced in the reboot of the movie franchise.
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The new Star Trek TV series, titled Star Trek: Discovery, is officially in production. To mark the occasion, a video has been released offering a look behind the scenes of the show.
The video begins with a short history lesson that’s sure to bring a smile to the face of any Trek fan. After that we’re treated to some quick peeks at the production, including the sets being built, costumes, and more.
The casting we hadn’t heard about yet, however, is for who will be playing the latest Trek series main character. Now it’s being reported that the show has finally found its lead in The Walking Dead star Sonequa Martin-Green.