After a series of delays, CBS has released a new video announces that Star Trek: Discovery has finally entered production.
Star Trek: Discovery is filming in Toronto. The video traces the history of Star Trek back to its roots in the mind of creator Gene Roddenberry and concludes by mentioning that every episode of Star Trek ever, from the original series through all of the spinoffs leading to Star Trek: Discovery, will be available to stream via CBS All Access.
The production teaser shows Star Trek: Discovery sets being built on set. It also shows an updated show logo, new captain's chair and a glimpse at new Federation uniforms. Star Trek: Discovery is said to be set prior to the events of Star Trek: The Original Series and the Star Trek: Enterprise prequel series. The uniforms have a blue and gold color scheme similar to those worn on Star Trek: Enterprise.
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Star Trek: Discovery was greenlit for a 13-episode first season. The premiere will air on CBS in May. Subsequent episodes will be released via the CBS All Access streaming service.
Star Trek: Discovery was created by Bryan Fuller and Alex Kurtzman and stars Sonequa Martin-Green, Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp, and James Frain.