Star Trek: Discovery Season Two has the green light! CBS has regenerated this Trek series for a 2nd season. This is fabulous news for all who are Star Trek fans. As long as Star Trek is on television, there’s hopefulness.
A few changes are on board for season two. The show has let go of showrunners Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts and gotten Akiva Goldsman. There are plenty of online stories about this.
Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 Release Date
With Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 starting production, the assumption is that Discovery Season 2 will come back to TV about the same time that Season 1 did which means Fall ’18 unless another problem arises with the show’s writers. There is always the chance that it will be later, but don’t worry you’ll know.
Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 is filmed and produced in Toronto. Even though there isn’t a trailer for the new season two, there are plenty of sneak peeks and behind the scenes of what is coming up in the second season.
Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 Cast
The show has cast the well-liked and talented Anson Mount as Captain Christopher Pike, a role that was given to Jeffrey Hunter in the pilot, Sean Kenney in the episode of the original series Star Trek called “The Menagerie,” and Bruce Greenwood in the Star Trek films.
Jonathan Frakes, who will be directing the second episode of the second season, lately let it slip that his episode will not only show Pike, but also show a young Spock and Burnham. If you recalled, Frakes was a part of TNG.
Tig Notaro has also been cast in Discovery Season 2. Based on reports, she will star as Chief Engineer Denise Reno of the U.S.S. Hiawatha.