‘Star Trek: Discovery’ salutes a new era with “The Vulcan Hello,” but should an otherwise-strong premiere have done more to set up the actual premise? And did the series already lose one of its best characters? Find out in our full review!
At long last, Star Trek is boldly going back to TV. Just two weeks out from its CBS All-Access premiere, Star Trek: Discovery introduces us to Michael Burnham in two new clips from the series, along with one very scary Klingon.
If you were wondering how Star Trek’s TV return might look after three action-packed reboot films, look no further than Star Trek: Discovery. The new Comic-Con trailer marks the most action-packed Trek yet, featuring first looks at the title ship, Harry Mudd, and new details that might just break the original canon.
Star Trek: Discovery at last provided us with a September premiere, but more than a few details of the series itself remain hazy. The trailer seemed to imply some Vulcan origins for Sonequa Martin-Green’s leading role; now explained by the Walking Dead alum herself.
At long last, CBS’ Star Trek: Discovery finally commit to a September premiere after delays from January, to May and beyond. The departure of showrunner Bryan Fuller was an understandable setback, but Fuller’s replacements now explain the delays, owing to “artistry and custom craftsmanship,” along with a brand-new bridge.
Just as earlier today brought our first Star Trek: Discovery photo, the first trailer is out of this world. Yes, literally and figuratively. See for yourself, along with the latest details on the 15 (!) episode series!.
Star Trek fans’ crushing uncertainty has at last come to an end, as CBS finally reveals a first look at Star Trek: Discovery. Ahead of the network's Upfront presentation, CBS reveals two members of the Discovery crew, and a very strange location.
The Walking Dead often struggles to keep major deaths under wraps, but doubly-so when stars take new gigs in conflict with the AMC horror drama. Sonequa Martin-Green fans certainly thought as much when her role in Star Trek: Discovery came about, though the now-Walking Dead alum suggests the timing was complete coincidence.
The Walking Dead already sent one of its heroes into space, so why not a second? Following Sonequa Martin-Green’s confirmed Star Trek: Discovery role, Dead head Andrew Lincoln now says he wants to join her in Starfleet, even if it means under layers of alien makeup.