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Star Trek: Discovery is an American web television series created for CBS All Access by Bryan Fuller and Alex Kurtzman. It is the first series developed specifically for that service, and the first Star Trek series since Star Trek: Enterprise concluded in 2005. Set roughly a decade before the events of the original Star Trek series and separate from the timeline of the concurrently produced feature films, Discovery follows the crew of the USS Discovery on various adventures.
Sonequa Martin-Green stars as Michael Burnham, a science specialist on the Discovery. Doug Jones, Shazad Latif, Anthony Rapp, and Mary Wiseman also star. They are joined by Jason Isaacs for the first season, and Anson Mount and Wilson Cruz for the second. The series was announced in November 2015, with Fuller joining as showrunner and wanting to make an anthology series. CBS wanted a single, serialized show first, with an idea for a prequel to the original series developed. After further disagreements with CBS and struggles with other commitments, Fuller left the series in October 2016, replaced as showrunner by Gretchen J. Berg and Aaron Harberts for the first season, with producing support from Akiva Goldsman. Goldsman did not return after the first season, while Berg and Harberts were fired by CBS during production on the second; Kurtzman took over as sole showrunner.
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1. THE FIRST EPISODE HAS KLINGON SUBTITLES
Qapla’! Raise your hand if you remember reading an article a few years ago about Portland, Oregon hiring a Klingon interpreter for those that may request one in court cases? We’re sorry to say that was one of those internet lies, like that duck quacks don’t echo or that Klingon’s can’t cry. Actually, that last one is true because Klingons don’t have tear ducts.
For some fans, Star Trek: Discovery can be watched on Netflix. If you go into the menu settings for the first episode, you will find that you can turn on subtitles in a variety of languages, such as Korean, Polish, and Klingon! The Klingon language was actually devised by Producer Jon Povill and James Doohan. Yes, Scotty helped create the spoken Klingon language for Star Trek: The Motion Picture! Now go download the Klingon Christmas Carol, spoken primarily in Klingonese.
2.EPISODES WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE MIRROR UNIVERSE
Star Trek: Discovery has touched on such classic Star Trek elements as Sarek, the war between the Federation and the Klingons, and even Harry Mudd. Thanks to some confirmed rumors, we know that the U.S.S. Discovery will head to the mirror universe for at least one episode. Perhaps after the last botched jump through the mycelial network in “Into The Forest I Go” we find out they’re already there?
3.TAKES PLACE 10 YEARS BEFORE ORIGINAL SERIES
The U.S.S. Enterprise was around for a long time, longer than most starships in Star Fleet. Star Fleet seems obsessed with rolling out different classes of ship year after year, which is why it was so comforting to see Constitution Class NCC-1701 US.S. Enterprise last for so long. Kirk wasn’t the first Captain of the ship, and neither was Christopher Pike. The first Captain was Robert April, who kind of looks a lot like Gene Roddenberry.
Before the Enterprise was destroyed in 2285 near the Genesis Planet, it was in service for nearly four decades! So where is Discovery in all of this? They are about 10 years before the original series. In fact they even mention the Enterprise by name in the episode “Lethe.” So if it’s 10 years before and they’re on five year missions, who’s the current skipper? Technically it should be Pike, but only time will tell.
4.SPOCK/SAREK RELATIONSHIP EXPLORED
In the first episode, “The Vulcan Hello,” we learn about Michael Burnham and her connection not only to the Vulcan culture, but to Sarek and Spock’s family. Sarek (Spock’s father) makes young Michael his ward and that technically makes Spock her foster brother. You think Spock would mention such a thing, but then again Spock waited until Star Trek V: The Final Frontier to mention he had a half-brother.
In “Lethe” we learn that both Spock and Michael applied to the prestigious Vulcan Expeditionary Group, but the group said that due to the controversy (Spock was half-human and Michael was human but raised Vulcan), they would only let one of Sarek’s kids in. Sarek opted to send Spock, but Spock declined and joined Star Fleet, which now explains why Sarek had buried animosity towards his son. We don’t normally like retcons, but in this case we’ll make an exception!
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