Star Trek: Discovery may not return until 2019, but Season 2 is already boldly going. Get a look at the new (old) Enterprise with a first production teaser that puts a Discovery spin on those classic yellow, red and blues.
Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 just doubled its pointy-ear budget. Following the arrival of the U.S.S. Enterprise and its early Captain, a fan-favorite director has confirmed Spock will be making an appearance in the show’s second season.
Star Trek: Discovery had design continuity issues from the beginning, and the U.S.S. Enterprise only complicated matters. As it turns out, the CBS drama is legally prohibited from utilizing the classic Enterprise, raising questions of how much we’ll see in Season 2.
As it turns out, Star Trek: Discovery had an even bigger surprise than the U.S.S. Enterprise swooping in. Comedian Tig Notaro is the latest to join Season 2’s cast, but is she in a role as familiar as Anson Mount’s Christopher Pike?
One of Star Trek: Discovery’s biggest Season 2 mysteries has been answered. Following an Enterprise-ing tease, the CBS All-Access drama has confirmed Hell on Wheels and Inhumans star Anson Mount will captain Trek’s most famous vessel in a fan-favorite role.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before, but a new adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand may be moving forward. Reports indicate the years-delayed adaptation may have found a home at CBS All-Access under New Mutants director Josh Boone.
After decades of TV detectives donning shades and hacking mainframes, a few shows were bound to repeat themselves. That said, an eerie similarity between CBS’ Instinct and an old episode of Bones has fans crying foul, and even the producer has apologized.
Star Trek: Discovery left us with one Enterprise-ing tease for Season 2, but the real threat was hidden on the cutting room floor. A deleted finale scene name-drops a sinister branch of Starfleet from the Deep Space Nine days, and confirms a familiar face will return in Season 2.
The onslaught of classic sitcom revivals continues. Next on the factory floor is none other than Murphy Brown, as CBS is putting together an official reunion series with original star Candice Bergen and creator Diane English.
Even if the fans beat them to it, Sunday’s Star Trek: Discovery at last confirmed that a major character was not what they seemed. “The Wolf Inside” revealed its Klingon twist beyond any doubt, but – for those still confused – stars and producers explain the logist…