Star Trek: Discovery validated that the Netflix series will be back for a season 4. In a short brief video delivered on Friday (October 16) for announcement. And the show announced that season 4 would begin production on November 20, 2020. The statement was made by cast members Sonequa Martin-Green. And Doug Jones and co-showrunners Michelle Paradise and Alex Kurtzman also in the video.
What was in the video? Let us have a look:
“Oh, my goodness. I am so delighted to be final onset,” says Martin-Green in the clip. “It’s going to be exceptional to see everybody and really love each other.
“I’m so eager to be giving you a season 4 and to watch season 3. That’s what I’m really thrilled about.”
Jones added: “I am watching forward to the one thing I always look most forward to when we get to come back. Come back for a different season of Star Trek: Discovery. And that is to be reassembled with my family again, the Trek family, the Discovery family.”
Season 3 of Star Trek:
Burnham grounds in a strange new world for nearly a thousand years in the future. And as Star Trek: Discovery joins Season 3… a lot where everything she once identified is just ancient history. Discovery has only just hit off on Netflix, with a new episode available to run every week.
Having exploded 930 years into the future, the third season sees Michael Burnham (Martin-Green), Saru (Jones). And the rest of the USS Discovery team learns many things. Things include that the universe hit by a devastating event known as ‘The Burn.’ And that the Federation is no more.
It’s currently unclear what the fourth season will necessitate. And, but we’ll let you know as soon as we have added details.
We will be so excited to watch the season 4 as season 3 seems so right.