Get ready to start again with Trek TV
The new issue of SFX Magazine features a comprehensive cover story about the third season of Star Trek: Discovery, including interviews with the cast, director Jonathan Frakes, and executive producer / co-showrunner Alex Kurtzman. When it came down to it discovery Kurtzman didn’t drop any major spoilers, but did hint at the main antagonist of season three, saying in the 32nd century, “People who were once allies are now enemies and vice versa.” The only specific group mentioned were the Borg just to confirm they won’t matter.
Kurtzman also talked about where things are when it comes to getting back to production for live-action Star Trek shows:
“Things are only just beginning to shoot. We would have been in production already Picardbut we couldn’t be because of COVID. It pushed ours discovery and Strange new worlds Dates just a little bit but I think we actually plan to stay on track for this one. By the time they turn, we’ll have innovated with a couple [non-Star Trek] shows and we will know where we are. And we’ll be done with one process a little more. ”
This is another mention of Kurtzman from discovery Return to production for a fourth season, although CBS has not officially announced the fourth season and will likely wait until after the third season debuts. All indications are that CBS and Secret Hideout will be producing three Star Trek shows in Canada in the coming months (discovery Season four and Strange new worlds Season 1) and Southern California (Picard Season two). It is possible that one of them will be ready to debut in 2021, but certainly not in time for CBS All Access to relaunch as Paramount + earlier this year.
Kurtzman also talked about how Strange new worlds actually benefited from the pandemic shutdown:
“The silver lining is Akiva [Goldsman] and Henry [Alonso Myers] are ready to appear and able to really get ahead with scripts. When we go back to production, we will have a lot of scripts ready, which we normally don’t. We always run in front of the freight train that is being produced trying not to be flattened, but this time we actually have an advance warning with a lot of prep time. ”
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Kurtzman wants Star Trek TV and movies to be unified
Although Alex Kurtzman directs the Star Trek Universe for CBS, this is still limited to the TV shows. ViacomCBS was reunited in early 2020, bringing CBS and Paramount Pictures under the same corporate umbrella. However, it seems that the film side is still working separately. Kurtzman, who co-wrote the first two Kelvin Universe films for Paramount, told SFX that he hoped the two sides would come together:
“I have no involvement in [Star Trek films] right now. I don’t know where this is going. To be honest, I have my hands very full. After making two of these films, I’ve loved them so much, and I’d really like to see continuity and unification between the features and the TV side because I think that’s what is good for Star Trek, and this can be done in a number of ways. ”
From Star Trek Into Darkness, co-written by Alex Kurtzman
More from Kurtzman, Frakes, and the cast of Star Trek: Discovery in the new issue of SFX Magazine, available now.
Keep up to date with the Star Trek Universe on TV at TrekMovie.com.
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