It is officially confirmed: Star Trek: Discovery is coming with its season 3rd. Here is we are going to tell you everything that you should know about the third season of Star Trek Discovery release date, cast, and other detail. The second season of Star Trek: Discovery was broadcasted to your respective streaming devices all the way back in January 2019 in the UK.
Executive vice president of original content at CBS All Access Julie McNamara told in a statement, ‘The huge success of Star Trek: Discovery’s second season launch exceeded our hopes in both driving supporter increase and generating a phenomenal acknowledgment from Star Trek fans.’
However, time travel was formally considered difficult – according to the Vulcan Science Directorate – we’re still going to travel into the future to have a good guess about what we can anticipate about Discovery season three because we’re eager.
Here’s everything that you should know.
Star Trek Discovery season 3: Release Date
There is no official announcement about the release date of the third season of the show. The first half of Star Trek: Discovery Season 1 released in September 2017, with the second half returning from a break in January 2018. Season 2 released in January 2019.
However, with the Picard TV show set to release sometime in 2020, Discovery‘s release pattern could change, possibly releasing after Picard has concluded its run, which would mean the end of March.
Star Trek Discovery season 3: Trailer
The first teaser trailer has landed! Watch it here:
Star Trek Discovery season 3: Cast
With the Discovery skipping 950 years into the future in the Season 2 end with only some of its usual series cast, and many Star Trek spin-off shows in the productions, you better understand its Season 3 cast might look a little different.
The expected cast: Cmdr. Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green), Dr. Hugh Culber (Wilson Cruz), Cmdr. Nhan (Rachael Ancheril), Lt. Cmdr. Paul Stamets (Anthony Rapp), Lt. Nilsson (Sara Mitich), Lt. Keyla Detmer (Emily Coutts), Cmdr. Saru (Doug Jones), Lt. Joann Owosekun (Oyin Oladejo), Lt. Gen Rhys (Patrick Kwok-Choon), Philippa Georgiou (Michelle Yeoh), Ensign Sylvia Tilly (Mary Wiseman), Lt. R.A. Bryce (Ronnie Rowe), and Jett Reno (Tig Notaro).
Casting news appeared throughout SDCC 2019: David Ajala (Nightflyers)will come to Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 as a new character, Cleveland Booker, according to a source, which represents him as having a real charm and devil-may-care nature that tends to get him into difficulty as frequently as it gets him out.
A source explained that Ajala stated throughout the Star Trek board at SDCC of his figure: ‘Book is gonna be a character that’s gonna break the rules, just a little bit.’
‘He will be a character who isn’t exactly what you expect right away,’ showrunner Alex Kurtzman told of the Booker.
‘When they get to the other side of the wormhole, they have big difficulties. Even getting to see each other will be a puzzle because they may not have arrived in the same place.’
According to a source, Captain Pike will not be coming back for Season 3 (not will Ethan Peck and Rebecca Romijn), though you can get them in some Short Treks.