Yes, it is official, Star Trek: Discovery has been renewed for another season at CBS All Access. The news of the renewal of the series was announced in a video which was featuring series stars Doug Jones and Sonequa Martin-Green as well as the executive producers and the showrunners Michelle Paradise and Alex Kurzman. In addition to this, they made an announcement that the production of the fourth season of the series will officially begin on November 2.
The third season of Discovery made its debut on October 15. In addition to Jones and Martin-Green, the series stars Anthony Rapp, Mary Wiseman, and Wilson Cruz. Along with Kurtzman and Paradise, John Weber, Heather Kadin, James Duff, Frank Siracusa, Olatunde Osunsanmi, Rod Roddenberry, and Trevor Roth serves as executive producers of the show. Also, we would like to tell you that this show is produced by CBS Television Studios.
It was announced by CBS in the month of August that it would be beginning the airing of the first season of Discovery on its linear broadcast network. While it was not entirely unprecedented, the first episode of Discovery was aired when it first began in the year 2017 on the network. The move to air the entire first season came as CBS was looking forward to fill the holes in its schedule.
Star Trek: Discovery | Officially Renewed On CBS All Access For Season 4
Due to the shutdown of the production, which was caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, most of the broadcast shows have been unable to return for their usual fall timeslots. It has been recently announced that the dates of the premiere for a number of its scripted shows, which is going to be launched in the month of November.
CBS has placed a big bet on Star Trek in the recent years. Including Discovery, there are now five of the shows in the shared universe on All Access: Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. It was a Discovery spinoff which was ordered in the month of May. Star Trek: Picard, the first season of which was aired this year, which is already renewed for a second season.
Star Trek: Short Treks, and the adult animated series, Star Trek: Lower Decks, which made its debut this year, and it was picked up for two seasons. Nickelodeon is also prepping an animated Star Trek kids series that will be featuring Kate Mulgrew as Captain Janeway.