New Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 Trailer And Poster

by Jay Cochran
September 08, 2020
CBS All Access, ViacomCBS' subscription video on-demand and live streaming service, today revealed the official trailer and key art for the third season of its hit original series STAR TREK: DISCOVERY. The season three trailer and key art also featured a first look at STAR TREK: DISCOVERY's new logo, which reflects this season's jump into the future. The surprise trailer reveal was introduced by series star Sonequa Martin-Green as part of the STAR TREK: DISCOVERY panel during CBS All Access' virtual Star Trek Day celebration.

Season three of STAR TREK: DISCOVERY will premiere on Thursday, Oct. 15, and new episodes of the series' 13-episode third season will be available on demand weekly on Thursdays, exclusively for CBS All Access subscribers in the United States.

After following Commander Burnham into the wormhole in the second season finale, season three of STAR TREK: DISCOVERY finds the crew of the U.S.S. Discovery landing in an unknown future far from the home they once knew. Now living in a time filled with uncertainty, the U.S.S. Discovery crew, along with the help of some new friends, must work together to restore hope to the Federation.

STAR TREK: DISCOVERY season three cast members include Sonequa Martin-Green (Commander Michael Burnham), Doug Jones (Commander Saru), Anthony Rapp (Lt. Commander Paul Stamets), Mary Wiseman (Ensign Sylvia Tilly), Wilson Cruz (Dr. Hugh Culber) and David Ajala (Cleveland "Book" Booker). Also appearing in season three are Blu del Barrio (Adira), Ian Alexander (Gray) and Michelle Yeoh (Philippa Georgiou).

Seasons one and two of STAR TREK: DISCOVERY are available to stream now on CBS All Access, and the series is distributed concurrently by ViacomCBS Global Distribution Group on Netflix in 188 countries and in Canada on Bell Media's CTV Sci-Fi Channel and OTT service Crave. The series is produced by CBS Television Studios in association with Secret Hideout and Roddenberry Entertainment.

In addition to STAR TREK: DISCOVERY, the "Star Trek" franchise on CBS All Access currently includes hit original series STAR TREK: PICARD; the new animated comedy series STAR TREK: LOWER DECKS; the recently announced U.S.S. Enterprise set series STAR TREK: STRANGE NEW WORLDS, featuring Anson Mount, Rebecca Romijn and Ethan Peck; and the development of a Section 31-based series with Michelle Yeoh. A CG-animated series aimed at younger audiences is also in the works for Nickelodeon, titled STAR TREK: PRODIGY.

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JayC - 2020-09-11 @ 8:06 pm

Getting back on subject, Enterprise wasn't perfect and I actually ended up enjoying it far more when I went back an rewatched the entire series recently on Netflix than I did when it originally aired, but they respected for the most part what had come before. They made sure the technology within reason didnt look like it came from the 24th century or beyond. They designed the ship so it felt more like a cramped submarine and not bigger than the Constitution Class ships let alone a Galaxy class starship. They used things like shuttle pods because the transporters were still new. In other words they went to great lengths to fit the time period the show was supposed to have taken place in. Discovery didn't do that. You can have modern FX without making things look more futuristic than the time period it's supposed to take place in. At least with the Chris Pine movies they were smart enough to make it an alternate universe so they could have more freedom and not be bound so much by continuity. That was not the case with Discovery. Again putting them in the distant future was the best thing they could have done with the show. I don't know if they will be able to do anything with it but at least now going forward they can do their own thing.

JayC - 2020-09-11 @ 7:57 pm

Also keep it on topic. I don't care who started it, if you can't have a discussion without attacking someone then refrain from posting. If you like the new shows, great if you don't also great. Either way your likely not going to change someone's mind on the subject. We each watch these things with different perspectives, viewpoints and expectations or perhaps some with no expectations at all.

JayC - 2020-09-11 @ 7:47 pm
On 9/10/2020 at 12:45 PM, jlavaia said:

what continuity was crapped on? nothing canon has ever been made from that time period and nothing in the show made something that came later not have happened. 

There is to much to try and explain it all. There has been plenty of cannon established before and after Discovery that Discovery just crapped on IMO. Just off the top of my head having holodecks, holographic communications and the big one, being able to traverse anywhere in the universe in a blink of an eye. The bridge of Discovery looks like it's bigger than a 24th century Galaxy Glass ship as do their quarters. Kilingons having cloaking technology which didnt happen until they traded their ship designs with the Romulans during TOS. The looks of the Kilingons. Like I say they manage to do some damage control in season 2 to try and gloss over the crap that was season 1 but sending them into the distant future was probably the best thing they could do for that show.

jlavaia - 2020-09-11 @ 6:54 pm
20 minutes ago, mako said:

I was just about to ask you the same thing.

there is actually, i like to use the one called "how to respond to salty bandwagon fans and their burner accounts"

mako - 2020-09-11 @ 6:52 pm
11 minutes ago, jlavaia said:

is there a book or manual you clowns get this stuff from cause you all post it the same way?

I was just about to ask you the same thing.

jlavaia - 2020-09-11 @ 6:43 pm

see thats whats wrong with you children. we're having a nice discussion about theories and whatnot, very enjoyable, and but you kids cant handle it when youre theories get disproven or you try to find a deeper meaning thats just not there and you get upset and then the internet tough guy cones out. is there a book or manual you clowns get this stuff from cause you all post it the same way?

jlavaia - 2020-09-11 @ 6:36 pm
38 minutes ago, Satam said:

I've tried very hard to be civil and never insulting, despite little jabs from you here and there, but I have to say that you have some serious issues with reading comprehension.

excuse me? what is it that i cant comprehend kid? you replied to something i asked another user as if you were asked and proceeded to answer for them and then added that maybe that user would have more to add. you attempted to backup a statement thats been proven false with thoughts and theories about what occured off screen. nothing that occured on screen in discovery "crapped on" anythinh that came later continuity wise on screen. 

you know what i think youre right. see im not a young guy anymore so im not up on slang terminology and internet jargon so im probaly am having a problem comprehending. so what does "crapped on continuity" actual mean then. i assumed it meant that it somehow altered, changed, or damaged it. clearly im mistaken.

and my words im typing are not ds9 where you like to make up whats occuring off screen to go along with the show. what is typed is what it is. no hidden meanings, no "jabs" as you called it. so the only person on these boards thats made an insult is you. 

Satam - 2020-09-11 @ 6:08 pm
28 minutes ago, jlavaia said:

they werent really operating in the open either. lets be real here, one ship and starfleet high command knew about them and they had authority only cause starfleet was at war and this comes from section 31 appearance in enterprise. remember discovery the ship was highly classified itself and basically worked under section 31. 

and dont see the issues with my 2 questions there. 1st sentence is asking why you assume a newly promoted captain would have access to the types of contacts associated with the most classified department of starfleet. the 2nd is stating that you have no clue what occured off screen. no one does. we can guess and theorize but we just dont know and probaly never will know. and thats the whole thing, youre saying that discovery "crapped on continuity" cause it went against what you perceive occured off screen.

I've tried very hard to be civil and never insulting, despite little jabs from you here and there, but I have to say that you have some serious issues with reading comprehension.

jlavaia - 2020-09-11 @ 5:45 pm
29 minutes ago, Satam said:

I don't assume anything at all, necessarily.  All of it works better had they not been operating in the open, even as far back as 120 years earlier.  That's what I said before.  Again.  Circles.  BTW,  you should reread the last sentence of your first and second paragraphs there. Done with this now.

they werent really operating in the open either. lets be real here, one ship and starfleet high command knew about them and they had authority only cause starfleet was at war and this comes from section 31 appearance in enterprise. remember discovery the ship was highly classified itself and basically worked under section 31. 

and dont see the issues with my 2 questions there. 1st sentence is asking why you assume a newly promoted captain would have access to the types of contacts associated with the most classified department of starfleet. the 2nd is stating that you have no clue what occured off screen. no one does. we can guess and theorize but we just dont know and probaly never will know. and thats the whole thing, youre saying that discovery "crapped on continuity" cause it went against what you perceive occured off screen.

Satam - 2020-09-11 @ 5:20 pm
20 minutes ago, jlavaia said:

why do you assume that low ranking officers and diplomats would hear rumors about a secret branch of starfleet that operates behind the scenes at the highest levels? and now knowing what we know from discovery makes it even less likely that the secret would get out. 

we also dont know that sisko didnt hear of any rumors. we only know what he told julian. in your mind you have what you assume to have occured off screen as fact and unfortunately if it didnt happen on screen it didnt actually occur with regards to the canon of this franchise.

I don't assume anything at all, necessarily.  All of it works better had they not been operating in the open, even as far back as 120 years earlier.  That's what I said before.  Again.  Circles.  BTW,  you should reread the last sentence of your first and second paragraphs there. Also other captains are not "low ranking officers." Done with this now.

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