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Star Trek: Discovery

Star Trek: Discovery (Abbreviation DSC) is the seventh Star TrekSeries and the sixth real film series.

General [edit | Edit source]

The series Star Trek: Discovery premiered on September 24, 2017 in the USA and on September 25, 2017 in Germany. In the USA the series is published on CBS All Access, in Germany on Netflix. The series plays for 10 years in the first two seasons Star Trek. It is not related to Star Trek Beyond and the New Timeline. Star Trek: Discovery is the first Star Trek-Series in which the captain does not play the main role.

According to CBS, this will be [1], [2]

With Star Trek: Short Treks A companion series was created that sheds light on individual characters in short episodes. However, she later referred to other series as well.

Main characters and actors Edit source]

Synchronization [edit | Edit source]

The dubbing studio Arena Synchron is responsible for the German language dubbing of the series:

Episode list [edit | Edit source]

Season 1 Edit source]

Season 2 Edit source]

episode Product no. Sidereal time German first edition US first edition German title Original title
2x012011025,1918.01.201917.01.2019BrothersBrother
2x022021027,3225.01.201924.01.2019New EdenNew Eden
2x032031029,4601.02.201931.01.2019Point of lightPoint of light
2x042041834,251208.02.201907.02.2019The Charon pennyTo Obol for Charon
2x05205 15.02.201914.02.2019Old acquaintanceSaints of Imperfection
2x062061035,8622.02.201921.02.2019ThunderThe Sound of Thunder
2x07207 01.03.201928.02.2019Light and shadowLight and Shadows
2x082081532,908.03.201907.03.2019As far as the memory goesIf memory serves
2x09209 15.03.201914.03.2019Daedalus projectProject Daedalus
2x10210 22.03.201921.03.2019The red angelThe Red Angel
2x11211 29.03.201928.03.2019The time stormPerpetual Infinity
2x122121048,6605.04.201904.04.2019Valley of shadowsThrough the Valley of Shadows
2x132131050,8-1051,812.04.201911.04.2019Sweet sadnessFind Sweet Sorrow
2x142141201,719.04.201918.04.2019Sweet Sorrow, Part IISuch Sweet Sorrow, Part 2

Season 3 Edit source]

episode Product no. Sidereal time German first edition US first edition German title Original title
3x0130116.10.2020 15.10.2020A sign of hope, part 1That Hope Is You, Part 1
3x0230223.10.2020 22.10.2020Far from homeFar From Home
3x03303865211,330.10.2020 29.10.2020Inhabitants of the earthPeople of Earth
3x0430406.11.2020 05.11.2020do not forget meForget me not
3x0530513.11.2020 12.11.2020The acid testThe Trying
3x0630620.11.2020 19.11.2020VultureScavengers
3x0730727.11.2020 26.11.2020Reunification Part IIIUnification III
3x0830804.12.2020 03.12.2020The sanctuaryThe Sanctuary
3x0930911.12.2020 10.12.2020Terra Firma, part 1Terra Firma, Part 1
3x1031018.12.2020 17.12.2020Terra Firma, part 2Terra Firma, Part 2
3x1131125.12.2020 24.12.2020Su'KalSu'Kal
3x1231201.01.2021 31.12.2020There are tides ...There Is A Tide ...
3x1331308.01.2021 07.01.2021A sign of hope, part 2That Hope Is You, Part 2

Production [edit | Edit source]

Executive producers are Alex Kurtzman, Heather Kadin, Rod Roddenberry and Trevor Roth. Bryan Fuller initially acted as executive producer and showrunner before completely relinquishing the showrunner post to previous co-showrunners Gretchen J. Berg and Aaron Harberts at the end of October 2016. At the beginning of December 2016, it was announced that he had also resigned as executive producer. From the middle of the second season Kurtzman took over from Berg and Harberts as showrunners and from season three onwards Michelle Paradise will be supported as co-showrunner. Nicholas Meyer is also a member of the team of authors and a consultant producer. Other members of the writing team are Kirsten Beyer, Joe Menosky, Aron Coleite, Akiva Goldsman, Michelle Paradise and Edward Sullivan. The series is produced by CBS Television Studios and Kurtzman's production company Secret Hideout.

Production history Edit source]

November 2, 2015
StarTrek.com will post a press release about the production of a new Star TrekSeries released. [3]
February 9, 2016
Bryan Fuller is announced as the showrunner. [4]
February 26, 2016
Nicholas Meyer is named as a member of the writing team. [5]
4th March 2016
Rod Roddenberry and Trevor Roth join the production team. [6]
April 30, 2016
It is announced that the new series will be filmed at Pinewood Toronto Studios in Toronto. [7]
May 18, 2016
CBS publishes a first teaser showing the logo of the upcoming series. [8] At the same time, the series’s official website will go live. [9]
May 30, 2016
Kirsten Beyer is named as a member of the team of authors. [10]
4th June 2016
Joe Menosky and Aron Coleite are named as members of the writing team. [11]
June 6, 2016
Mark Worthington is confirmed as production designer. [12] It is also reported that the new series could be codenamed "Green Harvest", later confirmed by the Canadian Industry Union, with the shooting time being between September 26, 2016 and March 15, 2017. [13][14]
June 22, 2016
Showrunner Fuller reveals some production details: The first season will consist of 13 episodes. The stages have been booked. Construction will begin in the next few weeks. The casting process has started. The production of the first season is planned for the period September 2016 to March 2017. Vicenzo Natali has been recruited as a production director; the director of the pilot episode has not yet been determined. The special effects are created internally by our own team of effect producers. [15] In addition, Fuller denies rumors about the direction of the series: The series is neither designed as a procedural (episode series) nor is an anthology series planned. Instead, the new Star Trek-Series produced in the form of a serial (continuation series) with an overarching story arc. [16]
June 23, 2016
Bryan Fuller reports that by broadcasting on CBS All Access, the new series will not be bound by the usual standards of television production. According to him, this enables violence and profanity to be shown more explicitly. This also means that the individual episodes can be longer than in a typical TV series. [17][18]
July 18, 2016
Bryan Fuller tweeted a picture of a prop. You can see the chair of the captain of a spaceship. [19]
July 24, 2016
Heather Kadin explains that the material shown from the Comic-Con teaser is not final. [20]
July 31, 2016
David Semel is confirmed as the director of the pilot. [21]
August 24, 2016
On Twitter, Bryan Fuller is enthusiastic about the idea of ​​a fan suggesting the Star Trek: The Animated Series-Figure M'Ress in Star Trek: Discovery to let occur. [22]
15th September 2016
TrekMovie.com's Twitter account reports that filming should begin in November.[23]
2nd December 2016
Bryan Fuller announced in an interview with Newsweek that he has also retired from his role as executive producer and is no longer involved in any production or post-production. He hoped the material he created would be helpful to the series. He is open to a return for a possible second season.[24]
20th January 2017
Edward Sullivan posts on his Facebook account that he is now part of the team of authors.[25]
January 31, 2017
CBS All Access released a new promo video too Star Trek: Discovery. The almost one-minute clip shows insights into the filming of the new one Star Trek-Series and shows, among other things, several sets, a new Starfleet uniform for the technology department, two pieces of armor and an unfinished computer model for another Starfleet spaceship.[26]
February 27, 2017
CBS broadcaster Les Moonves sets the start date at the beginning of autumn 2017.[27]
22nd June 2017
Aaron Harvey shared details of the uniforms through Trekmovie.com.[28]
June 29, 2017
EntertainmentWeekly published an article that Jonathan Frakes will direct an episode of the new series. Gretchen J. Berg is quoted on this.[29]--Legat Garak (discussion) 16:24, May 7, 2019 (UTC)
July 2016
Netflix has secured exclusive broadcasting rights from CBS for areas outside of the US and Canada. This means that the new series will first be shown exclusively on Netflix in Germany in January 2017. [30]
23rd July 2016
Bryan Fuller introduces the revised series logo at the San Diego Comic-Con. An animation of the new Federation spaceship is also shown: The USS Discovery (NCC-1031). [31][32] Bryan Fuller also states that the new series will play in the original timeline, ignoring the Kelvin timeline. Furthermore, John Van Citters announces the official abbreviation for the new series: DSC. [33]
August 1, 2016
Bryan Fuller confirms that the registration number of the Discovery gives a significant indication of the period during which the series is set. He also states that a link to section 31 can be read into the first season of the series. [34]
August 8, 2016
Bryan Fuller tweeted a picture of a prop. The antennae of an Andorian can possibly be seen. [35]
August 10, 2016
On the Star Trek-Panel on Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour, Bryan Fuller Announces Further Details. The action period from Star Trek: Discovery will be about ten years before Captain Kirk's five-year mission begins. The choice of this point in the Star Trek-History explains Fuller with the possibility of being able to play with the iconographic design of the spaceships and uniforms in this era.