With the series Star Trek: Discovery Paramount set new signs in the popular franchise, played the new series even before the cult series with Captain James T. Kirk and promised not only new characters but also a reunion with one or the other popular character. Nevertheless, the many fans of the star trek-Universe not really warm to the new series or its main characters from the first season it rained criticism.
Now find the adventurous Voyage of the crew of the USS Discoveryled by Captain Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green), through space and time an end. Paramount announces for early 2024 the final 5th season from Star Trek: Discovery onwards.
That’s what the series makers say about the end of Discovery
The series makers Alex Kurtzman and showrunner Michelle Paradise declare themselves in one official statement:
“As lifelong Star Trek fans, it has been an incredible honor and privilege to bring Star Trek: Discovery to the world. The ‘Star Trek’ universe means so much to many people, including us, and we couldn’t be more proud of what ‘Discovery‘ contributed to his legacy. If just one person saw themselves or the possibilities for the future differently because of Discovery, I think Gene Roddenberry would be proud of us.”
We can expect that in Season 5
Here’s how the final season continues: With a first trailer will be a goodbye with burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green), Saru (Doug Jones), Tilly (Mary Wiseman) and the rest of the crew. The fans should particularly like the return of audience favorite Tilly, even if she apparently only has a guest role.
To the new characters include Starfleet officer Rayner (Callum Keith Rennie) and outlaws L’ak and Moll (played by Elias Toufexis and Eve Harlow), who, according to the trailer, will play an important role in the new episodes.
Loud official description become Captain Burnham and the crew of the Discovery new secret reveal that they are on a epic adventure sent across the galaxy.
They come across one ancient powerwhose existence is intentional hidden for centuries was. But others are also on the hunt dangerous new enemieswho will stop at nothing.
The ups and downs of Star Trek: Discovery
The new Star Trek series celebrated in year 2017 with the first season at US broadcaster CBS and in this country at first Netflix Premiere. But the production was not under a good star.
The series makers were able to do it from the start don’t please the fanswhich features a female protagonist, a gay couple, and trans characters diversity in the science fiction franchise. It hailed from reviews also about the Depiction of the Klingons and more.
In addition, even before the start of the first season, series makers Bryan Fuller leaves the series again after creative differences, while his colleague Alex Kurtzman initially continues on his own. He brought in Gretchen J. Berg and Aaron Harberts as substitutes two new creative minds to production. But they didn’t stay long either and were already becoming by the start of the second season of CBS fired againbecause they behaved improperly and cholerically towards the team of authors, and the budget was massively exceeded.
Alex Kurtzman went on alone from then on and got the from the station Control of the entire Star Trek franchise transferred, including the many other new series projects such as Star Trek: Picard with Patrick Stewart on Amazon Prime Video, the animated comedy series Star Trek: Lower Decks as well as Star Trek: Strange New Worlds as a spin-off to “Discovery”, which was extremely successful and is celebrated by the fans. In addition, there is the first animated youth series Star Trek: Prodigy.
It remains to be seen how the franchise will continue after Discovery. All Star Trek productions are now with the new streaming provider Paramount+ to find.