Paramount Pictures could also be battling the way to proceed with Star Trek on the massive display, however that doesn’t look like the case relating to CBS and the TV facet of the franchise.
This week noticed the premiere of the third season of Star Trek: Discovery on CBS All Access, and it has now been confirmed that the now-32nd century set collection has formally been renewed for a fourth season which can starting filming on November 2nd.
Along with the fourth season of Discovery, CBS is engaged on second seasons of Star Trek: Picard and Star Trek: Lower Decks, with Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, Star Trek: Prodigy and a Section-31 collection additionally on the horizon.
Star Trek followers definitely have a packed slate forward of them (which can or might not be a constructive, relying on how you’re feeling about this newest tackle Trek), and government producer and ‘overseer’ Alex Kurtzman has revealed to THR that they’ve content material laid out for a minimum of the subsequent seven years:
“Heather Kaden and Aaron Baiers, who work with me at [production company] Secret Hideout – we literally just got off a call with the network mapping out with us through 2027. Now when I say that, it’s not like it’s set in stone. It’s just, ‘Here’s a plan. Here’s what we’re looking at. Here’s how the different shows are going to drop.’
“Consider the fact that it takes a year from inception – from starting production – to airing, you have to plan way, way, way in advance to get these things done, and you have to stay on top of the zeitgeists and make sure that what you’re doing is relevant. So you have to plan so far in advance now in different kinds of ways [like safety and budget] to seem loose and improvisational, but there’s nothing loose and improvisational about it.”