CBS All Access Officially Orders Star Trek: Discovery Season 4

Lawrence Kim
October 17, 2020

As the third season of the Star Trek series that kicked off this new golden age of Trek has hit CBS All Access (and Netflix internationally) this week, CBS has officially confirmed that yes, indeed, its very successful Star Trek show will continue to be a thing for a good while yet.

Stars Martin-Green and Doug Jones broke the news that the series would be getting a fourth season alongside co-showrunners Alex Kurtzman and Michelle Paradise in a video posted to the streamer's official YouTube channel. Discovery launched in 2017, and the years since have seen the premieres of Short Treks, Picard, and Lower Decks, with two more spinoffs on the way with Prodigy and Strange New Worlds.

Star Trek: Discovery season three debuted on 15 October 2020 while Discovery season four will begin production on 2 November 2020 in Ontario, Canada.

Discovery also stars Anthony Rapp, Mary Wiseman, and Wilson Cruz. But because the world is still facing a pandemic, it will be under different circumstances than usual.

In the video, Kurtzman proudly proclaims, "We are back!" "And that is to be reunited with my family again".

Rumours had already been circulating the internet for some time now. The streamer is also now developing another season of Star Trek: Picard, with Patrick Stewart. New shows are reportedly planned all the way through 2027. In all likelihood, CBS All Access made the decision months ago, but waited to announce now because Star Trek: Discovery season 3 just premiered. Tell us what you think in the comment section! This affiliate advertising program also provides a means to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.

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