“Star Trek: Discovery” is coming back for a second season. Just weeks after its premiere, CBS All Access announced on Monday that it will replenish the series.
“Star Trek: Discovery” helped CBS All Access break its record for subscriber sign-ups in a singular day in September; after its televised premiere, the show has been exclusively accessible on CBS All Access.
The show stars Sonequa Martin-Green, Jason Isaacs and Anthony Rapp. It is the latest reboot of “Star Trek” and is the first to underline a black lady in the lead. Set a decade before the first “Star Trek” series, the show has an expansive, cinematic look, new characters, new missions and a new ship.
In “Star Trek: Discovery” Martin-Green plays the adopted human sister of maybe the franchise’s many beloved impression – Spock.
“Star Trek” has a story of compelling inclusion and diversity. The show done story in 1968 when it showed the first interracial lick on television.
“‘Star Trek’ has always left boldly, it always has. That’s been the hint of it,” Martin-Green said.
Asked if “Star Trek: Discovery” continues in that trend, she said, “We’re support the bequest but again holding that next step brazen since here we am, the first black womanlike lead. We’ve got the first Asian womanlike captain, we’ve got the first lady captain – with a lady first officer.”
its best week and month ever when “Discovery” premiered, interjection also to the kick-off of the tumble deteriorate of “NFL on CBS,” the deteriorate culmination of “Big Brother” and the “Big Brother Live Feeds.”
New episodes of “Star Trek: Discovery” are accessible on CBS All Access each Sunday at 8:30 p.m. ET. Fans can also watch “After Trek,” the messenger after-show of “Star Trek: Discovery” hosted by Matt Mira. “After Trek” hits CBS All Access at 9:30 p.m. ET.