Shazad Latif (Penny Dreadful’s Dr. Henry Jekyll), Rekha Sharma (Battlestar Galactica, The 100), Kenneth Mitchell (Jericho’s Eric Green), Clare McConnell and Damon Runyon (DeGrassi: The Next Generation, Gangland Undercover) have signed on to boldly go in CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Discovery.
Jason Isaacs has come aboard Star Trek: Discovery as Captain Lorca of the U.S.S. Discovery.
Mary Wiseman will portray Tilly, a Starfleet Academy Cadet in her final year, who has been assigned to the Discovery.
Terry Serpico, Maulik Pancholy and Sam Vartholomeos has signed up to play Starfleet officers on CBS All Access’ new series, Star Trek: Discovery.
Serpico will play Admiral Anderson, while Pancholy – as Dr. Nambue, and Vartholmeos – as Ensign Connor, will be officers aboard the Starship Shenzou.
Star Trek: Discovery has officially begun production.
The series is the first Trek series to have a non-captain as the lead character (Sonequa Martin-Green’s Lt. Cmdr Rainsford, aka Number One).
A premiere date has yet to be determined.
James Frain – best known for his villains you love to hate/hate to love (Ferdinand in Orphan Black; Theo Galavan on Gotham) – has joined Star Trek: Discovery, where he will play the iconic role of Sarek, father of Spock.
Should be very interesting…
What would Star Trek be without Klingons? As war-like as the Federation is peace-loving, Klingons have shown themselves to be one of the most inspired – and weirdly beloved – of all Trek antagonists.
So, obviously, ST:D couldn’t be without its own members of the Klingon empire. Read on to meet T’Kuva, Kol and L’Rell – the first Klingons cast in the new series.
CBS All Access has announces a couple of shifts in their first original programming plans.
Star Trek: Discovery is being pushed back from January to May, 2017, while the spin-off of The Good Wife will now premiere in February.
The shifts come as ST:D showrunner Bryan Fuller aksed for more time in pre and post-production to produce a show that is a worthy to the Star Trek tradition.
Details follow the jump.
CBS All Access is rolling out a commercial-free option as part of a two-tiered subscription package: the original plan which enables subscribers to watch CBS classic shows commercial-free and new content with reduced commercials, or the new tier which allows subscribers completely commercial-free viewing.
The new plan goes into effect immediately. Follow the jump for details.
Today CBS All Access announced its availability on Xbox One – bringing its vast library of classics, live streaming of local CBS stations and, in January, Star Trek: Discovery to owers of an Xbox One system.
Follow the jump for details.
CBS All Access unveiled the ship at the heart of the new Star Trek series: the U.S.S. Discovery – which will also figure in the title of the series – Star Trek Discovery.
Besides these revelations, Executive Producer Bryan Fuller also premiered a look at the U.S.S. Discovery’s test flight – which you can watch by following the jump.