Star Trek: Discovery is an American web TV series by Bryan Fuller and Alex Kurtzman. The science-fiction adventure drama series premiered in 2017. In the Star Trek: Discovery Season 3, we see the USS Discovery crew travelling to the future over 900 years since the original Star Trek series. In the previous round; it ended its storyline relations with the existing Star Trek, allowing them to explore a new time period for the franchise.
Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 – What Is The Release Date?
Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 will take a different turn in its storyline, and we’re excited for it to release. The filming for the series took place from July 2019 to February 2020 in Toronto, Canada and Iceland. The post-production continued remotely because of the global pandemic.
Though there is no fixed date for the release yet, everyone is hoping that Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 will hit our screens sometime this year. The show will consist of 13 episodes.
The stars of the show before the COVID-19 situation had mentioned the airing of season 3 in 2020, but various stars are now tweeting that it may take a little longer than expected, but promise it to be worth the wait.
Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 – Who Is In The Cast?
We will see many stars making a return for this season. The cast members expected to reprise their role from the previous season are, Sonequa Martin-Green as Michael Burnham, Doug Jones as Saru, Anthony Rapp as Paul Stamets, Mary Wiseman as Sylvia Tilly, Rachael Ancheril as Nhan, Wilson Cruz as Dr Hugh Culber, Sara Mitich as Nilsson, Patrick Kwok-Choon as Gen Rhys, Emily Coutts as Keyla Detmer, Oyin Oladejo as Joann Owosekun, Ronnie Rowe as RA Bruce, Tig Notaro as Jett Reno and Michelle Yeoh as Philippa Georgiou.
We are sure to see some fresh faces featuring in Star Trek: Discovery Season 3, we will see Anson Mount as Christopher Pike and Ethan Peck as Spock. We will also see David Ajala in the series playing an entirely new role as Cleveland Booker or Book.