The original CBS All Access series, Star Trek: Discovery, has been renewed for a fourth season. The new episodes will also be available on Netflix in 2021.
The news came this Friday, October 16 with a video of the series’ protagonists, Sonequa Martin Green (Michael Burnham) and Doug Jones (Saru), along with the producers of the show in which they confirmed the production of the fourth installment.
The third season of Star Trek: Discovery premiered this October 15, both on CBS All Access and on Netflix . Actually only the first episode, as the rest will be released on Thursdays of each week.
At the moment a possible premiere date for the fourth season has not been revealed, but both the actors and the producers confirmed that production and filming will begin on December 2 of this year. The new episodes will hit the CBS screen in 2021, and simultaneously on the Netflix platform outside the United States.
Star Trek: Discovery is a spin-off prequel centered 10 years before the events starring Captain Spocl, Kirk, and the Enterprise. The USS Discovery discovers new worlds and intelligent life forms as a Starfleet officer begins to understand the extraterrestrial world.
The Star Trek franchise continues to grow day by day. In addition to Star Trek: Discovery, other shows are currently being broadcast such as Stark Trek: Picard on Amazon Prime Video , another show called Short Treks, the animated series Lower Decks and a new production that will premiere in 2021: Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.