Star Trek: Discovery is preparing for a third season … with a new co-captain at the helm.
CBS All Access renewed the hiking series for season 3, TVLine learned, and promoted Executive Co-Producer Michelle Paradise to the co-host, along with Alex Kurtzman.
"Michelle joined us in the middle of season 2 and energized the room with her fierce knowledge of hikingKurtzman said in a statement, "His understanding of the details of the character and the story, his dynamism and concentration have already become essential to ensure hiking legacy, and its new perspective always keeps us looking to the future. I'm proud to say that Michelle and I are officially running Star Trek: Discovery together."
Discovery – is currently broadcasting its second season on Thursdays from 8:30 to 7:30 on the streamer – takes place ten years before the original hiking TV series, and focused on Michael Burnham (The dead who walk Sonequa Martin-Green), a human raised by Vulcans who reached the rank of commander at Starfleet. Doug Jones is Kelpien's first officer, Saru, with Michelle Yeoh as captain (now Emperor), Philippa Georgiou; Hell on wheels Veteran Anson Mount joins the cast of season 2 as Business Captain Christopher Pike, with Ethan Peck in the iconic role of Spock.
The brands of promotion of Paradise DiscoveryThird showrunner change in as many seasons: co-creator Bryan Fuller resigned before the first of the series and Gretchen J. Berg and Aaron Harberts were fired after season 1, leaving Kurtzman alone.
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