Showing posts with label Star Trek Discovery. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Star Trek Discovery. Show all posts

Monday, September 07, 2020


 Hi Trekkers! In an age of tongue twisting technobabble getting your trekkie on at a Star Trek convention was such an enjoyable experience. Enthusiastic fans looking towards the stars, concerned about our little world have Star Treks scientific future to cling onto for hope. Even though some say Star Wars resurrected the franchise I say, hold on!!! Everyone matters. 

Yes, eager Star Trek fans with Paramount concerns trekking across earth want to be counted too. Don't forget us! Curious sciencefictionist  explorers we are boldly going seeking out new friends on new "civilizations" who love the fundamentalism of Star Trek. 

Lots of us will remember the 90's and well into 2000's when Star Trek engaged the hearts and minds of every living trekker on earth. Mr Spocks respect for science and Uhuras honeyed voice opening up sub-space frequencies -  Last year more than 200,000 tickets sold for New Yorks Comic Con with San Diego seeing 135,000 attendees at its in person convention for the year.

For a while it was beginning to feel like Star Trek ruled the globe. Along came CBS, Netflix streaming, Amazon Prime and Crave TV. Its a widely enjoyed phenomena that Star Trek celebrities united the fans who immediately go to conventions packed with lovable mysterious monsters etc and geek out.

We enjoyed the fun chats, Q and Answers with the stars, high fives, photo shots, autograph signings and news updates.

Today as the covid19 pandemic sweeps across the earth dozens of Star Trek celebs have lined up for Virtual Trek Con.... Trekker to Sci-fi fan its not quite the same is it? 

Nevertheless, the message is clear, stay safe. 

The last Virtual fan convention Variety reported ran from 22-26 was no more exciting than enjoying a nice cup of tea. To answer this question logically, Twitter tweets for Comic-Con@Home have nosedived to 93,681. 

Virtual Star Trek convention have slashed fan numbers by 95% so far (for 2020 ) Where did the live convention fans go? Apparently no-ones tweeting much on Twitter anymore (about pure Star Trek excitement because well...... lets just say the buzz has died) compared to 5 days in 2019. The figures speak for themselves 1,719,000 vs 93,681

So Trekkers, with Star Trek Streaming and Virtual Fan Conventions on the menu this year.... at least we're not having gravy with our ham salad while watching Star Wars on TV.

1. CBS All Access
5. Crackle
7. Drama Fever

Star Trek or Star Wars? go on now don't be shy..... 

Which Star Trek show rocks your boat, CLASSIC, TNG, PICARD OR DISCOVERY?

So what impact are virtual fan cons  having on peoples lives vs the noisy Star Trek conventions of the past year? 

Live Long and Prosper, my Friends.

Monday, September 16, 2019

45th Saturn Awards - Star Trek Winners

 Hollywoods filmmakers have cast their votes for The 45th Saturn Awards. So the academy elite membership of head honchos - J J Abrams, Bryan Singer, Steven Spielberg, Bryan Fuller, Mark A Altman, Vince Gillgan and James Cameron have spoken.

Indeed some say Star Trek finally won awards because so much is right about it. Finally Gene Roddenberry's legacy is being recognized - real acting awards for real actors, not just achievements in sound, special effects, costume, editing, hairstyling, makeup and music. Its true, these are still cool categories and Star Trek has deserved to win them.

However over the weekend all thats changed. Forget about the crumbs off the table. Duh what? cos' like Star Trek is boldly succeeding where no TV series has gone before......

Heres are the 2019 Saturn Winners for Star Trek Discovery TV show, warping through space with our heroes battling chaos in the galaxy.

At least 3 of these Star Trek nominees won Saturn Awards here on Earth with Starfleet picking up the tab since the Federations charter in 2161. Impressive aren't they?

Doug Jones    Star Trek: Discovery                         CBS All Access (WINNER)
Ethan Peck    Star Trek: Discovery                         CBS All Access
Wilson Cruz   Star Trek: Discovery                         CBS All Access

Star Trek Discovery       CBS All Access (WINNER)
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan     Amazon 
Russian Doll               Netflix                                                    

Good Omens                 Amazon  
Lost in Space               Netflix                                                    

The Expanse                 Amazon
Black Mirror                Netflix 

BEST ACTRESS IN A STREAMING PRESENTATION                                               
 Sonequa Martin Green     Star Trek: Discovery             CBS All Access(WINNER) 
Carla Gugino                          The Haunting of Hill House               Netflix                                  

Elizabeth Lail                          You                                                     Netflix / Lifetime
Natasha Lyonne                    Russian Doll                                       Netflix
Molly Parker                           Lost in Space                                     Netflix
Krysten Ritter                         Marvel’s Jessica Jones                     Netflix
Kiernan Shipka                      Chilling Adventures of Sabrina          Netflix

The Saturn Awards are often criticized for being too inconsistent with genres, as well as for nominating and awarding movies not related to sci-fi, fantasy or horror. Nomad would have a field day. What do you think? Speak now or be neutralized by nomad.


Live Long and Prosper my trekker friends.

Monday, September 09, 2019


Star Trek is boldly going to the Big Apple, New York Picard/Discovery style for Comic Con on thursday, October 3 to 6th - the third time now. So who's coming to the party my trekker friends?

NCC 1701

Currently-filming castmates Sonequa Martin-Green (Burnham), Doug Jones (Saru), Mary Wiseman (Tilly), Anthony Rapp (Stamets), Wilson Cruz (Culber), and newcomer David Ajala (Booker) are recording the ongoing adventures of the USS Discovery NCC 1031

 — crew now hard at work producing the third season of Star Trek: Discovery — 

It seems like these guys are trying to make the Discovery appear like traditional Star Trek again with Captain Pike back calling the shots.

The big draw for fans will certainly be the cast of the next big Trek adventure, Star Trek Picard - starring Patrick Stewart (Picard), freshmen Alison Pill (Agnes Jurati), Isa Briones (Dahj), Michelle Hurd (Raffi Musiker), Santiago Cabrera (Chris Rios), Harry Treadaway (Narek), and Evan Evagora (Elnor), along with executive producer Alex Kurtzman who will be part of both halves of the event.


These Starfleet Star Trek crews will be returning to The Theater at Madison Square Garden — the site of the last two years of NYCC Trek panels — on Saturday, October 5 from 1PM – 2:30PM ET.

Are you going to Comic Con this year to join in the fun? How do you rate Star Trek Discovery season 1, 2 and 3 for optimism?

Which Star Trek series, Discovery or Star Trek Picard are you a fan of? 

Which Star Trek characters will you be rooting for when S T Picard or STDiscovery streams online?

Live Long and Prosper, Trekker amigos. 

Monday, July 01, 2019

Star Trek Discovery Mystery

Hey trekkers, heres a puzzle for you to brainstorm. The United Federation of Planets Crossfield-class STARSHIP, USS Discovery NCC-1031 was reported destroyed in 2257............dun dun duuuuun. so that being the case why did it turn up abandoned in the 33rd century?

Live Long and Prosper, Trekkers

Wednesday, May 08, 2019


Science Fiction and in particular Star Trek is important. Consider all the great novels and movies produced in the 20st century and leading into the 21st. Theres no shortage of Sci-Fi works to discover by any of the greats. Isaac Asimov, H.G.Wells, Arthur C. Clarke. Robert Heinlein was often called the "dean of science fiction writers".  J.R.R. Tolkien sequel, "Lord of the Rings" is a best seller with over 150 million copies sold, Dune is another winning a nebula, I Robot was made into a blockbuster movie.

 World building is essential and when you're telling a Star Trek story, you're creating a multi episode arc thats physically one long story... Its really vital that writers know what it is before the telling begins and better again knowing the ending is fantastic!!! Star Trek Discovery has these fascinating elements and we're now into 29 episodes at a cost of 300 million dollars to make the show.

The question I'm putting to you trekkers is how do you rate Star Trek Discovery's dialogue? because the writing... what do you think? some say its dreadful..... while others some say its jolly good fun.... so which is it? So lets examine these clues without begrudging anyone.

So why not go further some say.... lets rip off an original Sci Fi concept or name from an already published book and while we're at it - remember to read it! That way we get the elements of the plot right?..... well now thats unfair I say.

Its a well established fact copycats plagiarize (which Google hates) but I don't know about the movie business and storytelling, that kind of thing takes it a level further or so some say. So what do you believe Trekkers? Is it time to Trekkinate the plagurators? Has David Mack Book titled Star Trek Section 31 - "Control" been used for Star Trek Discovery?

Some might say "ripped off" but hold on now, thats rash speculation? Odds are high CBS own the rights to Macks book, so what do you say? How do you rate Star Trek Discovery from 1 to 10?

Should CBS writers be congratulated for their hard scientific imagination boldly blowing up where no starship has gone before!

Live Long and Prosper my trekker friends

Wednesday, May 01, 2019


Mercifully season 2 of Star Trek Discovery has ended. But heres a puzzle. Discoveries Season 1 vs Season 2... So which gets your thumbs up? or Maybe having your brain amputated is a better idea. So lets examine these Star Trek mysteries in closer detail. Season 1 kicked off with Brian Fuller and Nicholas Meyer at the helm boldly exploring events set a decade before the original Star Trek series and following the crew of the USS Discovery during the Federation–Klingon war. Season two gives us the USS Discovery investigating seven mysterious signals. David Mack wrote a Star Trek Section 31 book titled Control.

Star Trek Discovery Season 2 have interesting plots... In terms of Star Trek cannon Discoveries episodes have no continuity. In terms of entertainment, fun and cheap laughs - hey join in with the comments! So lets get serious for a second, I wont take long...  The war between faith and science many ask....

The idea of the Red Angel spins into focus with a spiritual, much more religious Captain Pike. All thats scrapped once CBS/NETFLIX producers had a bargain basement grade terminator ripoff plot about control. So what in Terralysium is going on? Word is: Bestselling Star Trek author David Mack has written an exciting novel about Star Trek Section 31 His book "control" relates to artifical inteligence. So whats the kicker? Some say CBS owns the rights to Mack's book.... leaving him unable to sue...... for ripping off his best seller and doing such a ham job of it. So I guess Mack lost control? I dont know..... what do you think?

Macks A.I. plot is fascinating to be sure. Star Trek's Discovery, The latter half of the second season was one of the dumbest, most idiotic plotlines which rehashed an idea 30 years ago was already out dated but thats Star Trek Discovery for ya, this season...duh what?

 Then along comes Michael Burnams time travelling mother...go figure. Yeah she's the Red Angel, Here she is take a good look at those wings, aint she a beaut? So she took a church off the surface of the Earth and moved it like... get this a staggering 50 thousand light-years to start a new colony... like WHAT? How in Star Trek was that done I ask you my trekker friends?

 How do you transport a solid building full of humans, in a place of worship?, so like its a church!!!! and move it like jelly across 50K light years? They didn't have a spore drive right? Did Michael Burnams mother (Red Angel) have a time crystal built into her suit? It was like are you kidding me? Then you have this living entity.... this sphere which is in the galaxy. Apparently the Red Angel moves it into the flightpath of the starship Discovery. Was this thing alive? How did it store data and what was it? Does the crew of the starship USS Discovery NCC 1031 know what it was? The sphere entity was an A.I. but wanted more right?

 Do you think the sphere thing in Star Trek Discovery Season 2 wanted to become more of an A.I.? like what? seriously, but WHAT? does any of Star Trek Discovery make sense? . So like everyone is watching the show and I believe these questions need answers. So we're back to the SPHERE, unlike the Fesarius commanded by Captain Balok, the First federation or Vger - learn all that is learnable in the universe and Nomad.... does not compute, must analyse, error, error, must sterilize....

 You catch my drift these are all star trek's A.I's we understand and love but what is this Discovery Sphere about? We don't know, right! Do you? So it was going to send all its data to where? to the twilight zone perhaps and then? what do you think of Star Trek Discovery season 1 and 2? Are you a fan of the Red Angel, A.I.s or boldly exploring the universe?

Live long and Prosper my trekker friends

Wednesday, April 10, 2019


Hugo Award winner, Nebula Award winner and friend of Gene Roddenberry, Isaac Asimov is considered one of the Big Three Sci Fi writers of all time. He stated as a matter of fact what I am about to share with you now.

You may disagree or have an emotional outburst like Carol Marcos in Star Trek 2009 or Dr McCoy ST TOS, so I must warn you... Asimov's scientific core beliefs are not to be taken lightly. This guy was a charismatic character and one of my heroes I guess, who used sound reasoning and logic but he was also an atheist.

So if you're religious, you may wish to disengage from star trekking today. SPOILER ALERT::::

"When I die, I don't believe in Heaven or Hell. There will be nothingness, that I firmly believe."

 Now lets analyse Isaac Asimov's fundamentalist belief very closely. As humanists we hope and believe in pleasure often chased by pain because we're mortal and have fears. Dying being one. For millions of us "Pain is the fire in which we burn" Dr Soran's character in Star Trek Generations said this.

Fires burn but eventually extinguish, don't they? so pain can't last! Pain must get better, right?! Thats give us hope at least that the afterlife exists!!! Heaven is real, God almighty forgives and awaits those who believe. Now I bet you're happy. I can tell, so this is a good time to beam up.

I'm sorry my trekker friends. Just when you thought it couldn't get any worse... Theres bad news. It pains me to point out, one of the undisputed smartest Scientists, in the world (now deceased) - Stephen Hawking has stated otherwise.

"I regard the brain as a computer which will stop working when its components fail. There is no heaven or afterlife for broken down computers; that is a fairy story for people afraid of the dark."

 So what do you think now my friends? How can this reality be true?  It just can't get any worse... I mean whats right about it? but sadly I'm afraid it doesn't look good for us believers. Gene Roddenberry was known to be a humanistic atheist or agnostic.,,, but all logical indications appear to prove otherwise that God might... out there.... somewhere?  can this really be true?

Well there you have it.


Are you a believer in God Almighty? How can our human brains understand or communicate with the "creator of the universe" when we've never seen him or her? What value does 3 dimensional thinking have in an alien 11 dimensions? How does God separate the bad guys from the good guys? Is there any germ of sense in our current humanist beliefs beyond Earth?

See that navigation thingy down there? press engage, comment and your words will be immortalized for all time! Perhaps God will stop by to read! Have you ever seen  Captain James T. Kirk. Jean Luc Picard, Katryn Janeway or Benjamin Sisco teaming up against Godlike entities in the Galaxy? How shocked are you to discover men of Science and Star Trek humanist Gene Roddenberry are all atheists?

Live Long and Prosper, my Trekker Friends.

Monday, February 18, 2019


Star Trek Discovery has a Section 31. Surprised? You should be because these guys should be invisible. Continuity changes in CBS/Netflix StarTrek are boldly going with clandestine operations laced with advanced technology. So whats normal for Starfleet these days? and why get bothered about it? So lets examine the facts....

 Technology we have today started out in Top Secret army projects way back when in the 1960's. It was like deep, deep undercover Top Secret, stuff. I mean no-one, except the army guys knew what on earth was going on. Starting with computers to satellites, Top Secret stuff was passed on down to intelligence agencies like the NSA and CIA before eventually becoming "de-classified" for civilian use later on. So for Star Trek.......

 Believe it or not, this happens in the real world we know today! Now we're watching it on Star Trek Discovery! The reason we know this to be true,  DARPA a branch of the Department of Defense helped produce a lot of technology which the average Joe was clueless about at the time. What’s unbelievable is a lot of 60's DARPA research isn't so harebrained. Cool inventions like computers and smartphones in our 21st century sprung from somewhere, right? Hence for Star Trek the neat concept "Section 31" was born.

 So now earthers communicate to each other using cutting edge innovations/contraptions whose very existence originated at agencies like DARPA. But in Star Trek, remember there is no military. We have Section 31 and Starfleet. "Cornwell" involvement in an episode shows that Section 31 is a known division of Starfleet. Its agents answer to Starfleet officers despite taking orders from "Control." This is a far cry from Section 31 stand in the 24th century whereby it hid its relationship from Starfleet. This maintained Starfleet's pristine image and perpetuates Section 31 as a myth.

Still, someone had to design all this space age futurism which took intelligence and scientific know how, wouldn't you say?.

Perhaps Discovery writers are taking their inspiration from things like DARPA, TOS, with S31 as the ace in the hole. Since so much of Star Trek does actually come from real world events, societies and organizations I wouldn’t be at all surprised, would you?


Wednesday, October 24, 2018

To Boldly Discover Star Trek

Are Fans Rejecting Star Trek Discovery?

So with Netflix footing the bill for the entire season 1 of Star Trek Discovery. The question remains. Is the new show a financial success?

As predicted by the licensees the ship and costume designs and overall deviation from Star Trek Canon has caused a backlash in the fan community.

Discovery toys aren't readily available in stores except online...hmmm its a different story. Amazon is a good place to search. You can find a Sonequa Martin-Green STAR TREK DISCOVERY Autographed photo for $65... so if you've got the bucks to blow.. shes waiting for you!

But lets get serious for a second, the new changes have caused an unmistakable rupture in the space time continuum between borderline fans who dislike ST Discovery and fans who love it.

So which side are you on? Do you love the new Star Trek Discovery Costumes? or prefer the older kelvin timeline....... Kirk, Picard, Janeway, Seven of Nine perhaps or maybe McFarlane Fox toys? hehe CBS must be loving this. What about the JJ abramsverse Star Trek movies?

In some sense Star Trek Discovery was to Star Trek Fans what Star Wars the last Jedi would become later to Star Wars fans. Which timeline are you casting your vote in favor of?  Hey maybe you loved Star Trek Into darkness..............

Live Long and prosper.

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

New Spock for Star Trek Discovery

Star Trek Discovery welcomes aboard the grandson of Gregory Peck to play Mr Spock. Sounds great doesn't it? So now CBS is casting Spock for its second season of Star Trek Discovery, honoring the iconic role with the half human, half vulcan pointy eared science officer of the USS Enterprise NCC 1701.

Ethan Peck is known for playing: In Time, The Sorcerers Apprentice and Nothing Left to Fear. Spock has been the only character to appear in every iteration of Star Trek. Presumably taking over Leonard Nimoy's logical character will be a cinch. We can expect Star Trek DSC2 to premiere within fascinating CBS ALL ACCESS streamline range in early 2019.

What do you think of Peck's new Spock assignment taking place ahead of the classic Enterprise's timeline? Has the new guy got the ears to be a vulcan? Will Peck Spock be nerdier than Nimoy or Quinto? Aren't you curious to find out?

Live Long and Prosper, trekkers

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Rebecca Romijn cast in Star Trek Discovery - X-Men Hollywood Sensation

Heres Captain Christopher Pike from Star Trek the classic series resurrected for 13 episodes of the New CBS/Netflix show, Star Trek Discovery... big news in trekverse right?

Well... until CBS decided to cast X-Men Hollywood star, Rebecca Romijn to take over as second in command of the USS Enterprise NCC1701. So which is the bigger news?

Bet a lot of fantasies are running wild now....

Originally this role was Majel Barretts whose long black shiny hair and geeky voice wasn't a smash in the 1st pilot.... so she became the lovely Christine Nurse Chapel with blonde hair! No-one will ever notice she said, as she dazzled executives (with dyed blonde hair) and  mysteriously appeared before Star Trek  creator/ husband Gene Roddenberry who was amazed.

Will CBS recast the original Mr Spock with a digital recreation?

Who are you looking forward to seeing first in Star Trek Discovery? 

1. Rebecca Romijn
2. Mr Spock (digital recreation)
3. Captain Christopher Pike
4. Mr Spock (played by an actor)

Live Long and Prosper, trekkers.



Monday, June 18, 2018

Star Trek Discovery gets a new showrunner again.

Second star to the right, The Hollywood Reporter has dished the latest on Paramounts/CBS Star Trek Discovery show...

Showrunners Aaron Harberts and Gretchen Berg, replacements for Bryan Fuller who left the series,  are no longer calling the shots, with series co-creator Alex Kurtzman now taking the captains chair.

Alex Kurtzman

CBS released the following statement:

We’ve made some producer changes at Star Trek: Discovery. The series continues under the creative vision and leadership of executive producer and co-creator Alex Kurtzman. Discovery remains on course for season two in 2019 with new and continuing stories that build on its successful premiere season

Akiva Goldsman

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the first five episodes of season two have been completed under Harberts and Berg, but have come in over budget (which will have to be made up by the back end of the season). Some say the writing partners had emotional outbursts with other members in the writing room, with several writers threatening to leave the series! Sounds heavy doesn't it?

Meanwhile Akiva Goldsman Executive Producer 1st Season and Writer, Director has not returned for season two.

There may be troubled airspace ahead, what do you think?

Live Long and Prosper.

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Star Trek's Monstrous Timeline

Star Trek creators are trying to make a new Star Trek series that will appeal to audiences but are we losing something? Star Trek continuity is on shaky ground now. The technology and appearance of starships is far more advanced compared to any previous Star Trek shows. The ship is slick and shiny.... very high tech for a show 10 years before Captain Kirks USS Enterprise NCC 1701

Okay so the Klingons really need to be intimidating and monstrous given scary is fun right? Lets face it, Star Trek Discovery is set a decade before the original series in which Klingons had smooth foreheads. So what if the special effects were crap in the 60's...

The change in appearance was explained in a story arc in Star Trek Enterprise and DS9. Some wanted to boldly go back where no fan had gone before, Roddenberry era. hating these storylines. The thing is lots of fans just accept that Star Trek's classic budget was restricted which did not allow for fancy Klingon prosthetics and costumes.

Wrong say other fans. We love the Klingon Star Trek Enterprise episodes! These episodes are brilliant but yet again continuity is been cancelled out by Star Trek's new Discovery series. ... with monsterous Klingons! Isn't this great! Creatures, we love monsters and War!

Set roughly ten years before the events of Star Trek: The Original Series,[1] the show sees the united Klingon houses in a war with the United Federation of Planets that involves the crew of the USS Discovery

NO, NO! Never, never cry other fans!!!!!!

So which side of the fence are you on?

Classic Star Trek, Enterprise, DS9 or Discovery?

Some say the only way to enjoy watching Star Trek Discovery is to pretend all the other Star Trek shows never ever happened, like wowsers! Can you believe that?  First, Star Trek Enterprise was blamed for ruining Star Trek, attacking Berman and Braga.

So will fans hate Star Trek Discovery for changing Star Trek's continuity, even more?. Others might love it for being completely different. Change is exciting right? Where do you stand?


Aren't you looking forward to boldly trekking out where no fan or klingon has gone before?

Live Long and Prosper

Monday, May 21, 2018


Heres a list of Star Trek Discoveries Season One, (1 to 15 below.) Which ones did you enjoy the most? CBS and Netflix have aired the Season 1 finale, Will You Take My Hand? So now, the TV Network CBS are promoting the new Star Trek series with After Trek, which some say is more popular than the show! Lots of promotion materials are available with Trekmovie pointing the way.

The Seasons, finale, Will You Take My Hand shows Georgiou at the helm planning to end the Klingon war once and for all,  now the USS Discovery crew struggles to fathom and tolerate her hostile tactics. You'll remember her No 1 has a special, unique way with words,....

Memories of past hardships are rekindled within Burnham.

Star Trek NEEDS new 
ADVENTURESMISSIONSSTARSHIPSALIENS and unknown LIFEFORMS .....  but then we hear LT Commander Michael Burnham's words -

The Vulcan Hello
Battle at the Binary Stars
Context Is for Kings
The Butcher's Knife Cares Not for the Lamb's Cry
Choose Your Pain
Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad
Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum
Into the Forest I Go
Chapter Two
Despite Yourself
The Wolf Inside
Vaulting Ambition
What's Past Is Prologue
The War Without, The War Within
Will You Take My Hand?

The word for everyone watching Star Trek Discovery, Season 2 has already gone into production with the new cast on  26th April 2018. Have you tuned in for the fun yet? Which episode did you enjoy most? Will Captain Gabriel Lorca played by Jason Isaacs return?

Live Long and Prosper.

24 Sep. 2017
The Vulcan Hello
 7.3 (4,990)

While patrolling Federation space, the U.S.S. Shenzhou encounters an object of unknown origin, putting First Officer Michael Burnham to her greatest test yet.
24 Sep. 2017
Battle at the Binary Stars
 7.6 (4,538)

Escaping from the brig while the ship is under attack, Burnham joins the captain in an audacious plan to end a battle rapidly escalating into war.
1 Oct. 2017
Context is for Kings
 7.9 (4,176)

Burnham finds herself aboard the U.S.S. Discovery, where she quickly realizes things are not as they seem, including the mysterious Captain Gabriel Lorca.
8 Oct. 2017
The Butcher's Knife Cares Not for the Lamb's Cry
 7.3 (3,320)

With tensions and stakes high as Starfleet continues in their efforts to end the war with Klingons, Burnham begins to settle in to her new position aboard the U.S.S. Discovery.
15 Oct. 2017
Choose Your Pain
 7.5 (3,188)

While on a mission, Lorca is captured by the Klingons and unexpectedly finds himself in the company of prisoner of war Starfleet Lieutenant Ash Tyler and notorious criminal Harry Mudd.
22 Oct. 2017
 7.5 (2,853)

The USS Discovery crew is intrigued by new addition, Lt. Ash Tyler. Sarek seeks Burnham's help, rekindling memories from her past. Admiral Cornwell questions Lorca's tactics.
29 Oct. 2017
Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad
 7.6 (3,085)

As the U.S.S. Discovery crew attempts to let loose at a party, an unwelcome visitor comes aboard bringing about a problematic and twisted sequence of events.
6 Nov. 2017
Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum
 7.1 (2,361)

The U.S.S. Discovery is tasked with a high priority mission to the planet Pahvo and learn the science behind the Klingons' cloaking technology.
12 Nov. 2017
Into the Forest I Go
 8.2 (2,711)

Bypassing Starfleet's orders, Lorca uses the USS Discovery crew's ultimate asset, the ship itself, in an effort to end the war with the Klingons once and for all.
7 Jan. 2018
Despite Yourself
 8.2 (2,571)

While in unfamiliar territory, the U.S.S. Discovery crew is forced to get creative in their next efforts to survive opposing and unprecedented forces and return home.
14 Jan. 2018
The Wolf Inside
 8.2 (2,160)

As the crew continues their guise, Burnham undergoes a merciless mission in hopes of helping the U.S.S. Discovery return home. Tilly works on restoring Stamets' neurofunction.
21 Jan. 2018
Vaulting Ambition
 8.5 (2,403)

Burnham heads to the ISS Charon with a special "gift" for the Emperor. With the help of an unexpected source, Stamets gains clarity while trapped inside the mycelial network. Saru asks for L'Rell's help.
28 Jan. 2018
What's Past is Prologue
 8.4 (2,207)

Lorca plans to move forward with a coup against the Emperor, propelling Burnham to make a quick decision to save not only herself, but the U.S.S. Discovery.
4 Feb. 2018
The War Without, the War Within
 7.8 (1,588)

Burnham and the crew are faced with the harsh reality of the war during their absence. In order to move forward, Starfleet must use unconventional tactics and sources to take their next action against the Klingons.
12 Feb. 2018
Will You Take My Hand?
 7.3 (1,759)

With Georgiou at the helm of the plan to end the Klingon war once and for all, the USS Discovery crew struggles to fathom and tolerate her hostile tactics. Memories of past hardships are rekindled within 
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