CBS waited until the day after the premiere of the third season to officially announce what was already obvious, Star Trek: Discovery has been updated for another season.
Discovery stars and producers are announcing a return to production
The fourth season of Russia Discovery begins production in Ontario, Canada, on November 2. This was announced today through a video featuring executive producers and producers Alex Kutzman and Michelle Paradise, as well as Sonekwa Martin Green (Michael Burnham) and Doug Jones (Sarah). In the video, Kurzman proudly declares, “We’re back!” Martin-Green says she is “happy to be back on set … It will be great to see everyone and I think we will really love each other.”;
Jones mentioned the new world of production during the pandemic, saying:
“I’m looking forward to one thing I’m looking forward to when we get back for another season Star Trek: Discovery and it needs to be reunited with my family again Discovery family … To be in the same room again, even if we can’t hug each other right away. I don’t know how it will all work, but I can’t wait. “
[International fans can watch video at official site]
Production of “Star Trek” in the COVID era
Preparation for work on Discovery in fact, it has already begun under the new strict COVID protocols, including requiring the cast and crew to quarantine before filming. Picard and Strange new worlds it is expected to go into production in 2021. In the latest issue of SFX magazine, Kurzman talked about how the pandemic shook the plan for three series of “Star Trek” live:
“It simply came to our notice then. We would already be in production Picardbut we couldn’t be through COVID. This pushed us Discovery and Strange new worlds a few dates, but I think we actually plan to keep up. “
And last week, Kurzman talked to THR about how to move on Clarice (CBS series tied to Silence of the Lambs his production company Secret Hideout is filming in Ontario) announces future production on the show “Star Trek”:
“We just started filming a new show, and it was a real learning curve in just three days of doing it. The great news is that it is very possible, but it is a very militarized operation, everything is slower. Between testing and your set, it doesn’t work the way it used to, there are groups that are checked by unions, units in the groups themselves, there is rotation in and out of people, so if someone gets sick in your floor, the pod is simply removed and the other pod is pushed. but it does not infect the whole group. This is a massive massive operation. And we haven’t even started it yet on the Star Trek show.
New series Star Track: Discovery premieres Thursdays on CBS All Access in the US and on the sci-fi channel CTV in Canada, where it is also available for broadcast on Crave. The episodes will be available on Fridays internationally on Netflix.
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