Star Trek: Discovery is out and it looks glorious

  • Star Trek: Discovery is out and it looks glorious

Star Trek: Discovery is out and it looks glorious

After a number of unfortunate delays, CBS is finally releasing the first season of its long-awaited science fiction television series, "Star Trek: Discovery".

Netflix also revealed that every episode of the 15-episode first season will be available to watch on the streamer with Klingon subtitles, so that the most super of fans can test their knowledge and brush up on their Klingon. "You're always looking for those continuity glitches", Bormanis explained, "but who's to say that they didn't have other styles of transporters on other kinds of starships back then?"

Johnson: I hope readers dedicate themselves to the teachings of Kahless and confess undying loyalty to the Klingon Empire.

If they are able to get just a small fraction of these viewers to sign up, you have to think that this is a breakaway hit for them.

The show will come to Netflix this autumnWho will star in Discovery? .

Soon enough, Michael is redeeming herself by accompanying Georgiou on a suicide mission to capture T'Kuvma on the Klingon ship, ticking the Trek checklist box for senior management's consistent failure to delegate the most risky missions.

By the time we get anywhere, we realize that we've just watched the world's longest trailer, and the Federation is going to be at war with the Klingons, which may or may not play a key role in the show.

You might not have been able to tell from the muted uniform colours, but Connors was in the operations division, a redshirt. Unsurprisingly, it's a little bit harsh on the ears.

The highly-anticipated new Star Trek: Discovery series is boldly going where no trek series has gone before.

There's no particular reason for it, though writer Rick Berman did once joke that "47 is 42 corrected for inflation". It moves fast and the story is gripping, and the visuals easily eclipse anything done by Star Trek on TV before.

"We aim to dream big and deliver, and that means making sure the demands of physical and post-production for a show that takes place entirely in space, and the need to meet an air date, don't result in compromised quality".

Actor Doug Jones at the premiere of "Star Trek: Discovery" in Hollywood on Sept 19. Trek thrives on these debates, but the new aggression does breathe some life into the show - it's hard to imagine one of Picard's Next Generation monologues on this ship.

There's mention of skirmishes with the Klingons at both Donatu V and H'atoria, previously referenced in The Trouble With Tribbles and All Good Things respectively.

Reinforcements for the USS Shenzou arrive and Captain Georgiou attempts to resolve the issues through peace but the Klingons have other ideas and open fire.

That's fun, so far as it goes. It was interesting that the first officer was the adventurous one after Captain Kirk (the William Shatner version) paved the way for that.