Star Trek: Discovery Season 3
Star Trek: Discovery Season will kick-start on Netflix internationally on October 16 while the season 3 will premiere on CBS All Access on October 15, 2020. The long awaited season for the Trekkies is on its way along with the exciting news of Season 4 for which the writing is ongoing. Fans are given a glimpse of what to expect in the coming season after the latest trailer has been revealed.
Netflix provides access to the episodes after they premiere on CBS All Access for this platform streamed the first two seasons of Discovery. The trailer is also available in local languages.
Star Trek Discovery so far
Star Trek: Discovery follows the expeditions of Starfleet on their journey to discover new worlds and new life. The beginning marks ten years before the events of the original Star Trek: The Original Series. The Klingon houses became united in a war with the United Federation of Planets which involves the USS Discovery. The second season follows after the end of war where Discovery investigates seven mysterious signals and a figure called the “Red Angel”. The conflict ends with Discovery travelling into the 32nd century, 900 years more into their future.
Trekkies are in ride for a new series of exciting adventures. The season picks up form Commander Burnham entering into a wormhole that send her 900 years ahead into the future. She needs to work her way to reunite with her crew and when they do; together they will set off for an adventure in the far future and take on new threats that come their way.
Star Trek: Discovery: where to watch
The UK premiere of Star Trek: Discovery will be on Friday 16th October and new episodes of the series will be aired on Netflix every Friday for the duration of the series. It has been approximately 18 months since the season two finale and the said delay was due to coronavirus lockdown which slowed down the post-production and it is promised to be worth the wait.
The latest trailer was released in September 2020, giving a peek at the Discovery crew’s struggles to find out new worlds which also includes new characters. The first trailer for season 3 was released way back in October 2019 at New York Comic-Con.
Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 cast
Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 casts include the regulars Sonequa Martin (Michael Burnham), Doug Jones (Saru), Anthony Rapp (Paul Stamets), Mary Wiseman (Sylvia Tilly) and Wilson Cruz (Hugh Culber) and Michelle Yeoh’s Captain Georgiou is expected as cameo in multiple episodes. The main new character included is Supergirl star David Ajala as Cleveland, a man living in the future where the crew ends up eventually.
Gary, a transgender character is played by Ian Alexander who is warm and empathetic but will have to adapt to unexpected turn of events in his life. Klingon character played by Kenneth Mitchell will appear in human form on the show.
Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 What to expect
After the successful investigation of Red Angel, the Discovery crew figures out that it was leaving in Season two, the crew then battles against Al Control after which they are sucked into a wormhole over 900 years ahead of time. The discovery crew is in a different environment where the celestial power of the Federation and Starfleet deplete and our crew is faced with new troubles and conflicts. There is a question about who will be the captain. Jeff Russo has written pre-recorded music for the series by the end of January 2020. The captain seat is vacant for season 3 for we had Lorca and Pike before. Let’s find out what the new season holds for the audience.