Season 4 production of the CBS All Access series Star Trek: Discovery is to begin this July.
Although the producers will try to wrap it up by next January in Toronto, Canada. Most of the show shooting will take place in Pinewood Toronto Studios.
Star Trek: Discovery series has led to widening the Star Trek franchise to a wide range. There is, in fact, a direct spin-off series Star Trek: Short Treks.
Fans are quite aware of the end of ‘Star Trek: Enterprise’ back in 2005. Hence it makes sense to be excited for this seventh series in the franchise after this long gap. The plot begins a decade before the original series.
In season two, Discovery tries to understand the seven mysterious signals. What is this mysterious ‘Red Angel”?
This is the question that The Discovery tries to answer. It later goes on to travel to the 32nd century, 900 years into their future. The story chronicles the various adventures of the crew of USS Discovery.
Sonequa Martin-Green(The Walking Dead) will play Michael Burnham, Doug Jones(Hellboy) will play Saru and Shazad Latif(Penny Dreadful) as Voq/Ash Tyler.
Also, Anthony Rapp(Rent) playing Paul Stamets and Mary Wiseman(Marriage Story) playing Sylvia Tilly are some of the very talented cast that fans will see on-screen.
Events behind the scenes
The official announcement came around November 2015. From February to October, 2016 fans got to see Bryan Fuller onscreen who pretty much won every heart.
Sadly he had to leave the show later on. Gretchen J. Berg & Aaron Harberts were taken as replacements with the producer Akiva Goldsman.
After season one there was no Goldsman. Gretchen & Aaron were both fired by CBS in season two. Alex Kurtzman was the new showrunner in season 3. Michelle Paradise joined him in the same season.
Unfortunately, there is no official air-date for the new season 4 or the upcoming third season of ‘Discovery’.