CBS has recently revealed that Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 will finally debut on CBS All Access on Thursday, October 15. The new trailer was broadcasted in September 2020. This day is celebrated as Star Trek Day. This trailer delivers an in-depth look at the Discovery Crew’s crusades to find out what they can do heeding their new future home, the Federation. Here we have brought to you everything about Star Trek: Discovery.
CBS has recently disclosed a fresh trailer for the third instalment of Star Trek: Discovery. The new sequel is set to launch on October 15. The international audience who will get access to view the series on October 15 can watch it on the official Star Trek website.
Star Trek: Discovery’s first two seasons were set approximately ten years apart before the original Star Trek. But in the new 3rd season of the series, it is shown that the crew of the USS Discovery are travelling around 930 years into their future to the year 3188.
What did the trailer offer?
The latest trailer was released on September 2020. It starred into the year 3188; the Federation has nearly slumped after an event ominously cited to as “The Burn.” The third season will follow the crew bringing hope to the future as they strive to restore the galactic organization. The new season shows a space cat along with the crew members.
The release date comes after approximately 18 months since the end of the second season. It got delayed due to coronavirus pandemic, making post-production a slow process.
The cast of Star Trek: Discovery season 3
Sonequa Martin-Green plays the character of Michael Burnham. Doug Jones plays the character of Saru. Anthony Rapp plays the character of Paul Stamets. Mary Wiseman plays the character of Sylvia Tilly. Wilson Cruz plays the character of Hugh Culber. David Ajala plays the character of Cleveland “Book” Booker.