Television shows are known for time jumps, a trick often use to accelerate a story or breathe new life into a series after many seasons. But
The news comes out of San Diego Comic-Con, at the “Enter the Star Trek Universe” panel in Hall H on Saturday morning. It’s not a total shocker to viewers of the show: the second season ended with the Discovery headed into a time warp. What does the show look like now that our characters are 1,000 years in the future? “There will be things you recognize and don’t recognize,” Kurtzman told the audience, according to
In addition to the massive time jump, season 3 will also reveal the new captain of the Discovery, while Sonequa Martin-Green’s Michael Burnham goes through “a lot of changes,” says Kurtzman.
For fans worried that the time jump might mean changing the show’s focus or erasing what we know of familiar characters and planets, fear not. Kurtzman assured the audience that the creators are not erasing anything in canon, and that “every conversation about how we create
The other big announcement from the panel is that
— Discovery Writers (@StarTrekRoom) July 20, 2019
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