@Paramount Plus -Strap in and get ready to forge ahead with this compilation of opening credit sequences from Star Trek: Discovery, starring Sonequa Martin-Green, Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp, Mary Wiseman, and more!
The clothes make the show as Costume Designer Gersha Phillips points out the intricate details and imaginative aesthetics in the many costumes of Season 3. The behind-the-scenes includes the all-new Federation uniforms...
@Paramount Plus -It's all about details as Prop Master Mario Moreira walks viewers through the many props that brought Season 3 to life including futuristic new technology, advanced weapons, and those highly coveted dilithium crystals.
Props Master Mario Moreira walks us through a slew of this season's new accessories and accoutrements, including the now highly valuable dilithium crystals, a new weapon of the future, and an updated Federation flag.
After crash-landing into the future, Commander Burnham is desperate to contact the U.S.S. Discovery and determine if there is any sign of life in this far-flung future. Stream all-new episodes exclusively in the U.S. on CBS All Access.
@CBS All Access - Executive Producer and Co-Showrunner Michelle Paradise and Executive Producer and Director Olatunde Osunsanmi, provide insight into the new and distant future Burnham finds herself in
There have been plenty of articles on the Internet that many television shows with successful first seasons usually decline in quality with its second season. This is known as the "second season curse". I do not There have been plenty of cases when the quality of a television series has improved with each succeeding season. However, I do believe there are some shows that adhere to this theory. When it comes to Season Two of the CBS All Access series, "STAR TREK DISCOVERY", some believe it had.
Most Trek fans either believe that Season One of "DISCOVERY"...
I had written this article about "STAR TREK DISCOVERY" during the early spring of 2019, before the series' second season had ended:
"ALIGNING THE FRANCHISE"
Last winter, I had learned from a Star Trek forum that the show runners of "STAR TREK DISCOVERY" had promised to "align" the series with "STAR TREK" (the Original Series) by the end of Season Two. And honestly, I believe making such a promise was a big mistake.
The timeline for “STAR TREK DISCOVERY” began in 2256. That is ten years before “THE ORIGINAL SERIES” began (in 2266) and nine years before James T. Kirk had assumed command...