The latest installment of the long-running, iconic Star Trek franchise-Star Trek: Picard-has been getting tons of critical acclaim ever since its premiere earlier this year, but one thing LGBTQ+ fans of the show have noticed in this first season is the distinct lack of explicit queer representation.
As many of you would have properly assumed, Star Trek: Discovery is a hard show to produce in that there is so much work that goes into perfecting the episodes after the fact. There were a lot of showrunners present on the stage which includes Michelle Paradise, and executive producers Heather Kadin and Alex Kurtzman appearing on-stage.
In any case, it seems that ViacomCBS has big plans to Star Trek: Discovery, with multiple new stations as reported in the works.
"It's getting closer, but it may be a little bit more than we thought ..." It might still get delayed by sometime, but we are expecting it to release in 2020.
We suspect that Discovery was probably aiming for a summer launch, but now it may be driven to the fall. Wilson Cruz, who plays Dr. Culber in the exhibit, recommended by means of Twitter that Time 3's release could be delayed as a effect of the coronavirus outbreak's affect on the amusement marketplace."It truly is coming, but it might be a very little longer than we considered..."
However, we have new news for you that might delight and overjoy the fans! "We are looking for ways to push the show and push our characters". He further said "We know to go 930 years into the future, the audience has high expectations for what that might look like, what that might feel like". You can just come in and you don't need to know what came before. "You as the audience will experience the newness as the cast experiences it for the first time".
Discovery is all set to get a Season 3.