The Discovery cast have been talking up their next season, Patrick Stewart has been talking up Picard’s second outing, ViacomCBS confirm the arrival of Paramount+ and The Trekzone Variety Show is announced.
ViacomCBS CEO delivered a huge confidence boost to the numerous Star Trek production teams, essentially promoting the series as a tentpole for the forthcoming rebranding of CBS All Access and global launch of Paramount+. Meanwhile, on the Fox lot, The Orville production kicks off again in December and plans to honour Leonard Nimoy gain family support in Boston.
As Network 10 holds it’s annual upfronts, confirming Paramount+ for down under, Kurtzman speaks with SFX magazine for Discovery’s return – detailing his hopes for the film franchise to return to continuity with TV. Plus, details of Virtual Trek Con 2 happening now and STLV becomes The 55-Year Mission back at the Rio but in August next year.
Netflix has finally updated their series page for Discovery, confirming an October 16 release. Meanwhile Picard won an Emmy for Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup.
As we gear up for Discovery’s third season, CBS All Access announces it’s becoming Paramount+ in the new year. Meanwhile, The Mandalorian has swept the Creative Arts Emmys with five gongs – including one for an Aussie cinematographer.
Discovery’s third season trailer drops, but is it coming back to Netflix? Lower Decks mid-season trailer, but still no word on an international release. Strange New Worlds will be episodic – and a fan film not done right
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