Monday, February 20, 2017

Star Trek Discovery

CBS Studios and Secret Hideout have started on the next chapter of #StarTrekDiscovery... Heres the latest Starfleet Officers trekland has to offer. Word has it these recruits have beamed aboard at Pinewood Studios, Toronto, Canada with Sam Vartholomeos......Apparently he's signing up as Ensign Connor joining the starship Shenzhou. Maulik Pancholy plays Dr. Nambue, the Chief Medical Officer aboard the Shenzhou and Terry Serpico is playing Admiral Anderson as a high-ranking Starfleet official.




Star Trek Discovery's cast is listed on Memory Alpha: But heres the short version -


Sonequa Martin-Green is Lieutenant Commander Rainsford playing the lead character aboard the starship Discovery NCC 1031.

Doug Jones portrays Lt. Saru as an alien Starfleet Science Officer of an unknown species -


Anthony Rapp plays Lt. Stamets specializing in astromycology. Duh....what? He's a Science Officer aboard the USS Discovery NCC 1031



James Frain plays Sarek, Spocks father.
Michelle Yeoh plays Georgiou captain of the starship Shenzhou.
Sam Vartholomeos plays Ensign Connor.
Maulik Pancholy plays the USS Shenzhou's CMO Doctor Nambue.
Terry Serpico as Admiral Anderson.



Chris Obi plays T'Kuvma, a Klingon leader seeking to unite the Klingon houses!
Shazad Latif plays Klingon Kol Mary Chieffo plays L'Rell (Battle deck commander on a Klingon ship)
Emily Coutts as Conn officer



 Set 10 years before the adventures of Kirk in The Original Series, Star Trek: Discovery sees the return of Star Trek to television. The series is expected to debut on CBS All Access streaming service sometime this year, with episodes available in the US and on Netflix in certain areas of the world.


Whats your favorite TV show? Is 7 your lucky number? Have you got CBS or NetFlix?
Live Long and Prosper, trekkers.

6 comments:

Liz A. said...

That CBS all access thing may eventually have quite a few good shows on it to justify people spending money on it. Let's hope this turns out to be a good show.

Spacer Guy said...

Star Trek TNG cost 1 million a show, think that was expensive? Discovery is way more expensiver...haha

Tony Laplume said...

I love that there's a big cast, and spread throughout a number of environments. Star Trek used to be scared of that. But then it kind of became the norm in scripted television.

Birgit said...

Ooohhhh...it will be on CBS which is great since I don't get Netflix or HBO. I am going to look forward to seeing this and now...when will it be on? When does it start? I love Michelle Yeoh so this will be fun and Sarek is one of my favourite characters.

Susan Kane said...

Sounds like this will be awesome, with new talent!

Discovery is way more expensiver?

Elizabeth said...

The cast and characters of Star Trek: Discovery look promising. I'm glad to hear it might be on Netflix. I'd be much more likely to renew my Netflix than sign up for CBS All Access.

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