STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Renewed For Season 4 With Production Slated To Begin On November 2
CBS All Access has renewed Star Trek: Discovery for a fourth season, with the Starfleet crew set to return to the bridge when filming begins on November 2. Check out the cast announcement video below!
Just days after the premiere of Star Trek: Discovery Season 3, CBS All Access has announced that the series has been renewed for a fourth season, with production scheduled to begin on November 2.
The announcement came by way of video as executive producers and co-showrunners Michelle Paraise and Alex Kurzman, along with series stars Sonequa Martin-Green (Michael Burnham) and Doug Jones (Saru), expressed their excitement to return to the set, despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
"It's going to be great to see everybody and I think we're going to really love on each other," Martin-Green said. "I'm really excited to be giving you a season four and watch season three. That's what I'm really excited about."
The third season of Star Trek: Discovery debuted on the streaming service on October 15. The 13-episode season picks up after the Discovery drops out of the wormhole they entered into in the second-season finale. Having emerged in an unknown future far from home, the crew -- along with some new faces they meet along the way -- must work together to restore hope.
CBS All Access has really ramped up its production on all things Star Trek. In addition to Discovery, the streaming service is also home to Picard and the animated adult comedy Lower Decks. There are additional animated and live-action series in development as well, including Prodigy, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, and Section 31.