Star Trek: Discovery renewed for season 2. Duh

Star Trek: Discovery renewed for season 2. Duh

Star Trek: Discovery renewed for season 2. Duh

Star Trek: Discovery has been renewed for a second season by CBS All Access. Regardless, it doesn't seem to matter enough to CBS, as they've definitely seen enough success from the show that they'll be giving it at least a second season. No details about the second season were given - such as the number of episodes, or whether or not it too will be split into separate chapters as season one has been - but presumably the show will continue to air in the U.S. exclusively on All Access, rather than making the leap to network TV.

The most common complaint we get here though, is that "Star Trek: Discovery" is only available on CBS's standalone streaming service CBS All Access. Over the course of the first few episodes, Burnham is court martialed and ends up aboard the Discovery, where she's recruited to help develop new technology for the Federation's war against Klingons.

It remains unclear exactly how long Star Trek: Discovery could go in the age of streaming television.

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There has been some concern from Trek fans, that Discovery was going to be a scrubbed down version of the show's ancestors, but thus far those fears have been squashed by what has proven to be a very successful show. "We are extremely proud of what they've accomplished and are thrilled to be bringing fans a second season of this tremendous series".

We can safely assume that future seasons of Discovery will have to wrap this up, or risk contradicting canon established over 50 years ago.

The show's first season is divided into two parts, with the first half wrapping up on November 12, followed by a pause until new episodes resume in January.

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