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Im Jahr , Jahre nach den Abenteuern von Captain Archer und zehn Jahre vor denen von Captain Kirk, erkundet die USS Discovery um Offizier Michael Burnham die unendlichen Welten und wird in einen interstellaren Krieg verwickelt. Star Trek: Discovery. aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie. Zur Navigation springen Zur Suche springen. Fernsehserie. Season two of STAR TREK: DISCOVERY finds the crew of the U.S.S. Discovery joining forces with Captain Christopher Pike on a new mission to investigate. Jetzt Staffel 3 auf Netflix ansehen. Unter den Drehbuchautoren und Produzenten von „Discovery“ ist auch Rod Roddenberry, der Sohn des „Star Trek“-Erfinders. Star Trek: Discovery: Wir schreiben das Jahr – hundert Jahre nach den Abenteuern von Captain Archer und zehn Jahre vor denen von Captain Kirk. . Die Zeitreise in der dritten Staffel der Serie Star Trek: Discovery bringt ein paar Probleme mit sich. In der Folge People of Earth der US-Serie Star Trek: Discovery wagen unsere Figuren eine Reise zur Erde, also, der zukünftigen Erde. Auf der.
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S1 E10 Jan 07, Despite Yourself. S1 E11 Jan 14, People have to make mistakes—mistakes are still going to be made in the future. We're still going to argue in the future By June , Fuller had met with several actors, and said that "we want to carry on what Star Trek does best, which is being progressive.
So it's fascinating to look at all of these roles through a colorblind prism and a gender-blind prism". He said the series would also include more alien characters than other Star Trek series, and would feature at least one openly gay character.
Fuller, who is gay himself, had been determined to see this happen since receiving hate mail while working on Voyager when a character on that show was rumored to be coming out as gay.
By August, Fuller had discussed the series' casting with Mae Jemison , the first black woman in space who made a cameo appearance in an episode of The Next Generation.
The majority of the series main characters were believed to have been cast by then, but no actress had been cast for the series' lead role.
This was a source of "some internal stress" at CBS. Rapp revealed in July that Wilson Cruz , whom Rapp had previously worked with on the musical Rent , would portray Stamets's love interest Hugh Culber.
However, the executive producers of the series, Cruz, and GLAAD immediately released a statement saying "death is not always final in the Star Trek universe" and that the relationship between Culber and Stamets would continue to be explored.
Harberts described it as one of the most important relationships in the series. Mark Worthington and Todd Cherniawsky served as initial production designers for the series,  with Tamara Deverell taking over during production on the first season;  Gersha Phillips and Suttirat Anne Larlarb designed the costumes for the series;   veteran Star Trek designer John Eaves designed starships with Scott Schneider;   Glenn Hetrick and Neville Page of Alchemy Studios provided prosthetics and armor,   with Page having previously designed for the "Kelvin Timeline" Star Trek films;  and Mario Moreira served as prop master for the series.
Fuller said on the general approach to design on the show, "we're producing the show in We have to update the style of the effects, the style of the sets, the style of the makeup The main uniforms seen in the series are a navy blue specifically mixed for the show, with gold or silver embellishments depending on the division of the officer.
Medical officers wear a "hospital white" variant, also custom-dyed in Switzerland, while the captain's uniform is the standard navy blue but with additional gold piping on the shoulders.
Props such as tricorders and hand scanners, communicators, and phasers were produced with 3D printing and heavily inspired by their designs in The Original Series.
The graphics used for the Starfleet computer systems were designed to be believably more advanced than modern technology, but to also "honor the look and feel" of the designs used in previous series.
The initial colors allowed for the graphics were mostly restricted to blues, with the intention of these becoming more colorful the closer the series gets to the time period of The Original Series.
The opening title sequence for the show was created by Prologue using 2D motion graphics. The sequence, which uses a "vivid, sepia-soaked palette", depicts elements from throughout the history of Star Trek —such as phasers, communicators, and the Vulcan salute—and deconstructs them.
A theme of "blueprints" was decided for the sequence to acknowledge that it is a prequel, "literally deconstructing Trek iconography".
Criado explained that original plans were for the sequence to be in black and white, but this was found to be too "cold" and was replaced with a Renaissance -inspired sepia look "to make it look like we are designing everything from scratch".
The sequence was completed before the theme music for the series was finalized. When updating the sequence for the second season to deconstruct new elements specific to that story—including the Captain's chair and the "Red Angel"—Prologue was able to match the rhythm of the music more closely than they were for the first season.
The sequence was updated again for the third season. Kurtzman felt this was especially important since the series' initial logo had been reflective of the first season's Klingon storyline, which the series had now moved on from.
For the visual scope of the series, Kurtzman felt that the show had to "justify being on a premium cable service".
A more kinetic camera, a more dynamic way of existing". Visual effects producers were hired to begin work on the series during the initial writing period, with Fuller explaining that the series would require such things as "digital augmentation on certain alien species" and "the transporter beams".
He said, "We're trying to cultivate distinct looks for all of those things that are unique to our version of Star Trek and carry through the themes we love seeing in fifty years of Star Trek , but doing a slightly different approach.
The first teaser for the series featured music composed by Fil Eisler, which he "threw together as an audition" within three weeks.
In July , Jeff Russo was announced as composer for the series. Studios in California. Individual soundtrack albums for the two chapters of the first season were respectively released on December 15, , and April 6, The first full trailer for the series was released in May Star Trek: Discovery is real, and now we have proof.
News described the trailer as "gorgeous" and "truly cinematic", and because of the appearances of Sarek and the Klingons in the footage, "this is the Star Trek you know and love.
She continued, "What gets short shrift in this trailer is the series' overarching plot In any case, seeing the Klingons in all their combative glory feels a bit like coming home for Trek fans.
CBS Consumer Products senior vice president Veronica Hart explained that McFarlane was chosen as the first licensee for the series because of its "commitment to quality and dedication to fans".
The deal will also see the company "create merchandise from the entire Star Trek universe, ranging from the classic The Original Series to its popular movie franchise.
Subsequent first-run episodes stream weekly on All Access. The website's critical consensus reads, "Although it takes an episode to achieve liftoff, Star Trek: Discovery delivers a solid franchise installment for the next generation—boldly led by the charismatic Sonequa Martin-Green.
The website's critical consensus reads, "The second season of Discovery successfully—if stubbornly—cleans up the problematic storylines of Trek past while still effectively dramatizing new takes on the lore.
The website's critical consensus reads, "With less canonical baggage and a welcome dose of character development, Discovery continues to forge its own path and is narratively all the better for it.
In August , Egyptian video game developer Anas Abdin announced that he would be suing CBS for allegedly infringing his creative property by copying elements of his unreleased videogame Tardigrades ,  including oversized tardigrades and similar characters.
The lawsuit was dismissed by Judge Lorna G. Schofield in September , finding that the series and videogame were not "substantially similar as a matter of law", and that the only similarities were the space setting and the use of alien tardigrades.
In June , after becoming sole showrunner of Discovery , Kurtzman signed a five-year overall deal with CBS Television Studios to expand the Star Trek franchise beyond Discovery to several new series, miniseries, and animated series.
He added that he would "weigh in meaningfully and significantly at all the critical junctures" for each new series.
Kurtzman cautioned that this was a preliminary plan that could change, especially as they paid attention to the zeitgeist surrounding the series, but explained that they needed to plan so far out due to the long production schedules for each series.
Kurtzman announced in July that a spin-off miniseries of shorts would be released between the seasons of Discovery to "deliver closed-ended stories while revealing clues about what's to come in future Star Trek: Discovery episodes.
They'll also introduce audiences to new characters who may inhabit the larger world of Star Trek. By November , Michelle Yeoh was in talks with CBS to star in a spin-off series as her character Philippa Georgiou, with the series expected to follow her adventures as a member of the secretive organization Section The expanded franchise also includes several series unrelated to Discovery but set in the same universe:.
Beyer, the writer of many Star Trek: Voyager novels , explained that she would work with fellow Star Trek novelist David Mack and Star Trek comic writer Mike Johnson to ensure that all three media "are coming from the same place".
The release of the books and comics was set to coincide with the series' premiere. That made it a challenge to represent that era faithfully while also staying true to the new elements being introduced" in the new series.
Beyer explained in August that the intentions of the series' writers was to take story opportunities that the series did not have time to address and let them be told through other media.
She said the novels and comic books would not be required reading to understand the series, but would enhance the overall story for fans.
She said the writers of the tie-in works and the series' writers room would work together to not contradict each other, but if an idea was developed for the series that did not work with something established in a tie-in then the series would take priority.
Beyer's hope was that parts of the universe could be "carve[d] out" specifically for the tie-ins so the series would not interfere with them.
The first tie-in novel was Desperate Hours , a prequel set one year before Discovery and one year after " The Cage ".
Written by David Mack, the novel follows Burnham aboard the Shenzhou. Fuller had asked for a book to be written based on that premise, and Mack worked with the Discovery writers to remain "in the loop" with the series' backstory.
Johnson compared working with Beyer to his work on the Star Trek: Countdown comic—a tie-in to the Star Trek film co-written by Kurtzman—saying that her position as a staff writer on Discovery meant "we have all the inside access that we need.
So the story in the comic will really matter and not just feel like a one-off. Johnson stated that they were "building out the characters in the Klingon world with these comics, and we can't wait to show you.
IDW editor Sarah Gaydos said, "The access we're getting to the show to create these comics that are integral to fleshing out the backstories of the characters is unheard of, and I do a lot of licensed comics.
The Annual focused on Stamets' mycelial network research. It is set in the Mirror Universe and expands on the Mirror Universe story arc from the second chapter of the first season  A one-shot issue, exploring events aboard Discovery with Saru acting as Captain on a one-time mission, was announced in November It covers the time after the Discovery travels to the future at the end of the second season and before Spock goes back to duty aboard the Enterprise.
By August , "hours" of Discovery -based content were set to be added to the video game Star Trek Timelines , including introducing Michael Burnham and Saru as new crew members for the game and new ships from the show, Federation and otherwise.
A month-long "Mega-Event" based on the series was run to coincide with the launch of the series. Set during the first season of the series following the Battle at the Binary Stars, the event introduces a story set on the USS Glenn and includes the character Sylvia Tilly.
Wiseman returned to voice the character. Other elements inspired by the series included new starship and Klingon designs.
The companion series was confirmed in , with the title After Trek and host Matt Mira. The series aired after each episode of Discovery , and featured a rotating panel of guests, including celebrity Trekkies , former Star Trek actors, cast members and crew from Discovery.
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Casting had begun by June for the new role of Adira, a non-binary character described as "incredibly intelligent and self-confident".
The character was set to have a major role in one episode with the potential to become a recurring guest throughout the rest of the season.
Despite the character being portrayed as 16 years old in the season, an actor 18 years or older was being looked for. Both characters were noted to be the first explicitly non-binary and transgender characters within the Star Trek franchise, respectively.
The series' opening title sequence was updated for the season by Prologue ,  to feature red dilithium crystals, Burnham's new braided hair, DOT-7 robots, Book's ship, the new 32nd Century Starfleet badges, and the wormhole that brought Discovery to the future.
Kurtzman felt this was especially important since the series' initial logo reflects the Klingon storyline of the first season, which the series had moved on from.
This meant creating evolved versions of existing Star Trek technology to ground the season in the designs of the franchise.
The season began filming in July , with six days on location in Iceland ,   before moving to Pinewood Toronto Studios in Toronto, Canada on July However, both episodes required location filming in Iceland.
Osunsanmi ultimately directed both episodes, including all of the Iceland shoot for each. Frakes then directed the third episode in Toronto.
Frakes noted that the style of the series was still "shoot to thrill", but this was toned down for the third season compared to the previous two.
By late March, post-production work for the season, including editing, visual effects, and scoring, was taking place remotely due to the COVID pandemic.
Star Trek: Discovery was the first visual effects-heavy series to go through post-production during the pandemic.
Kurtzman and Paradise reviewed visual effects shots remotely several times a week with visual effects supervisor Jason Zimmerman.
Visual effects for each episode on Discovery typically take eight-to-ten months to complete, and this took longer for the third season during the pandemic.
Since the production was unable to carry out additional photography to film pickup shots with the actors during lockdown, visual effects were used to fill these requirements.
Fully computer-generated shots were created for these, featuring digital doubles of the actors based on existing scans.
The actors filmed motion-capture performances from the houses that were then used to drive the performances of the digital doubles. By the end of January , composer Jeff Russo had written some pre-recorded music for the season but had not yet seen any of the completed episodes.
He said his approach to the season's music would not be affected by the time-jump between seasons since it was still the same series.
His intention was to record the scores with an orchestra later, once it was safe to do. Recording engineer Michael Perfitt was tasked with combining the different recordings to make them sound like the musicians were recorded together at a scoring stage, and Russo felt the final result would not be of a lower quality compared to his scores for the previous seasons.
He reiterated that though the season would feature new motifs for new characters and locations, it would still sound like Star Trek: Discovery.
Several commentators questioned whether Starfleet still existed in the universe based on dialogue in the trailer. The images were shortly taken down due to a copyright claim from CBS, with the original account believed to be a fake.
The series' cast and executive producers promoted Discovery in a virtual " Star Trek Universe" panel for the Comic-Con Home convention, where the cast of the second season's finale participated in a table read of the first act of that episode before teasing the third season of the series.
The event included a marathon of episodes from across the Star Trek franchise, with a break during the day for a series of panels about different Star Trek series.
These included a panel for Discovery featuring Martin-Green, Ajala, Kurtzman, and Paradise during which they revealed a full trailer for the season.
It was accompanied by the official release of the season's key art poster. The cast and crew discussed the season and revealed the opening scene of the season premiere.
Netflix has streaming rights for the series in another countries, and releases each episode of the series for streaming within 24 hours of its U.
The website's critical consensus reads, "With less canonical baggage and a welcome dose of character development, Discovery continues to forge its own path and is narratively all the better for it.
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