Every movie and TV show in the works


the Star Trek The Universe continues to expand. The franchise returned to the television format when Star Trek: Discovery launched on CBS All Access in 2017. Three years later, CBS All Access launched Star Trek: Picard, bringing Patrick Stewart back to the franchise. Now Discovery has two spinoff shows in the works, there are two Star Trek shows on the way, the film series is still figuring out its next move, and there’s even more to come. With all of these new shows and movies in development, it can be difficult to keep track of what’s going on, where, and when. ComicBook.com is here to keep you up to date with everything you need to know about what’s in store for you since Star Trek franchise.

Keep reading to get all the information you need on what’s new and upcoming in the Star Trek Universe. Let us know what excites you most in the comments section.

Star Trek: Discovery Season 3

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Star Trek: Discovery ended his second season with a major reshuffle. The ship and her crew have stepped back in time for over 900 years. This kind of leap into the future opens up a wide range of opportunities for expansion. Star Trek canon in exciting new ways.

Michelle Paradise joins Season 2 showrunner Alex Kurtzman as co-showrunner for the new season. The season ended filming before the coronavirus pandemic broke out. Post-production continued as the team worked from home, and the new season airs on CBS All Access on October 15.

Star Trek: Picard Season 2

Star Trek Picard Patrick Stewart

CBS All Access trusted their second Star Trek live-action series by renewing it for a second season before the start of the series. The series follows Jean-Luc Picard on his post-Starfleet adventures. The season one finale breathed new life into Picard in the form of a new android body. This is something the new season could explore further.

Season 1 showrunner Michael Chabon hands over the showrunner duties to Terry Matalas. The first season saw Picard reunite with former teammates William Riker and Deanna Troi. There have been hints that more next-gen reunions could take place in season two.

The second season of Picard was hoping to start production in the summer of 2020. The coronavirus pandemic has prevented this, but pre-production is still ongoing.

Star Trek: Lower Bridges

Star Trek Lower Bridges
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The next series to debut on CBS All Access won’t be another live-action adventure. Instead, it will be an animated comedy. Mike McMahan, writer for Rick and morty and co-created Solar opposites, develops comedy. McMahan’s first Star Trek project was a Twitter account and a book recounting the non-existent eighth season of The Next Generation.

The animated show takes place in 2380 after the events of Star Trek: Nemesis, and follows the support crew of “one of Starfleet’s less important ships,” the USS Cerritos. The show’s voice cast includes Tawny Newsome, Jack Quaid, Noël Wells, Eugene Cordero, Dawnn Lewis, Jerry O’Connell, Fred Tatasciore and Gillian Vigman.

The series now launches new episodes of its first season Thursdays on CBS All Access. Work is already underway for its second season.

Star Trek: fallout of Article 31

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The first one Star Trek: Discovery The announced spin-off by CBS All Acess focuses on the secret organization Section 31. Michelle Yeoh will direct the series as former Earth Emperor of the Mirror Universe, Philippa Georgiou, who now works for Section 31.

Discovery screenwriters Bo Yeon Kim and Erika Lippoldt are developing the series. The pilot episode was aimed at starting filming after Discovery has completed its third season. The coronavirus pandemic could delay these plans.

Star Trek: Prodigy

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The first one Star Trek series advertised for cable television instead of CBS All Access is an animated series set for Nickelodeon. Dan and Kevin Hageman, known for their work on Troll hunters and Lego Ninjago, develop the show. contrary to Lower decks, this animated series is aimed at children and hopes to create new, young Star Trek Fans.

CBS and Nickelodeon (both of which are members of the ViacomCBS family following Viacom’s merger with CBS) jointly produce the series. He follows a group of lawless teenagers who discover an abandoned Starfleet ship and use it to search for adventure, meaning, and salvation. A writer’s room is in place and award-winning director Ben Hibon is the creative lead. Star Trek: Prodigy the series will debut in 2021.

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds

Star Trek Strange New World Pike Series Announcement
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In May, CBS All Access announced Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, his second Star Trek: Discovery derivative series. The show will bring the crew back from the USS Company who debuted in the second season of Discovery. This show is a spinoff that fans have been campaigning for since this team debuted.

Anson Mount returns as Captain Christopher Pike, with Rebecca Romijn reprising her number one role and Ethan Peck playing Spock.

Akiva Goldsman will produce the series and write her first episode. Goldsman said that Strange new worlds would feature the classic Star Trek optimism and episodic storytelling, and Alex Kurtzman echoed that notion. The series begins filming in 2021.

Star Trek 4

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Paramount announced Star Trek 4 before Star Trek Beyond opened in theaters, claiming the film would bring Chris Hemsworth back as Captain Kirk’s father, George Kirk. Beyond’s disappointing box office performance slowed the pace of the sequel’s development. Eventually, Hemsworth and Pine abandoned the project, with reports citing contract disputes as the cause, although Hemsworth tells a different story. SJ Clarkson, who had signed on to be the first woman to direct a Star Trek movie, also dropped out to take on other jobs while the film was on hold.

Reports suggest Paramount has put the film on hold indefinitely, but a new report says the idea of ​​time travel involving Kirk’s father is still alive.

Quentin Tarantino’s Star Trek movie


Quentin Tarantino launched JJ Abrams on an idea. Abrams liked it enough to take it to Paramount, who forwarded it to a writer’s room for further reflection. Mark L. Smith stepped out of this room as the film’s screenwriter. At the last check, he had finished a script and sent it to Tarantino for notes..

Tarantino said the project would have his signature style, comparing him to “pulp Fiction in space. “We now know that the film is inspired by the Star Trek: The Original Series “A Piece of the Action” episode, in which the Enterprise crew visits a 1920s gangster planet. Tarantino has given up directing the film, but Paramount is still considering moving forward with the project.

Noah Hawley’s Star Trek movie

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With the idea of ​​Tarantino continuing to percolate, Paramount has defined another Star Trek film on a separate track. The studio hired Noah Hawley, from Legion and Fargo glory, to write and achieve a new Star Trek movie. The premise of the film remains a mystery.

There has been speculation as to whether the film would bring back the cast of the Star Trek films since 2009. Hawley has been vague about it, pointing out that he wanted the film to be his take on the Star Trek franchise. While he hasn’t given a straightforward answer one way or another, it seems the idea of ​​putting together a new cast is on the table. The idea gained traction as stars like Simon Pegg admit to being unsure of their involvement in the project.

A report revealed that Hawley’s idea involved a galactic plague. As the world suffers from a real pandemic, Paramount has decided to put this film on the back burner.

Mystery Star Trek Television

Star Trek Universe
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There is at least one more Star Trek television project that CBS did not disclose. Earlier this year, franchise lead producer Alex Kurtzman confirmed that two new TV projects are in the works. CBS has since announced Strange new worlds but didn’t mention what the other project might be.

Rumors have circulated about some projects that could be this mystery show. Wrath of Khan Director Nicholas Meyer has said he wrote a three-part miniseries about Khan Noonien Singh. There were also rumors of a Starfleet Academy project. CBS hasn’t commented on any of those projects, which means it could be something that was never revealed.


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