The fourth season of Star Trek: Discovery has been ordered by CBS for its streaming service CBS All Access. The crew aboard the USS Discovery will continue their journey through space and time for some time longer. The production for the fourth season will begin on November 12th, which means the new season will be available to stream by next year.
Season three of Star Trek: Discovery premiered on October 16th, 2020. CBS has announced that new episodes will air every week until the season finale in January instead of all the episodes coming out on a single day.
In the third season, the crew is exploring the wormhole that they discovered last season. It has led them 900 years into the future where the world around them is filled with uncertainty and danger. They have to try all they can to give the lost hope back to the Federation.
The cast of the third season will return to the fourth season. Sonequa Martin-Green will reprise her role as Michael Burnham. Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp, Mary Wiseman, Wilson Cruz and David Ajala are scheduled to reprise their roles too.
Although it does not compare to Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: Discovery is credited with restarting the craze about the franchise amongst the new generation fans. It spawned two spin-offs- Star Trek: Strange New Worlds and a new series based on Section 31.
Catch up on the brand-new third season on CBS All Access. The first two seasons of the show are also available to stream on CBS All Access.
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About Star Trek: Discovery:
Beginning ten years before the events of The Original Series, Star Trek: Discovery follows the crew of the USS Discovery, which gets involved in a war between the United Federation of Planets and the Klingon houses.
Stra Trek: Discovery is one of the most popular shows on CBS All Access. It premiered on the streaming site on September 24, 2017.Originally Written By Epic Dope