Star Trek: Discovery season 4 is coming. We will be able to watch it in November. The U.S.S. The Discovery series will come back in 2 months! We saw a new picture of the captain. She is very good at her job.
Here are the things we know so far about Season 4. We talked to Mackenzie about Burnham’s new role and what she will be doing in the latest episodes. We know lots of things about Star Trek: Discovery. There are also many people in the cast, and we know what is happening in the first trailer.
Star Trek – Discovery season 4: Release date
Season 4 will be released on November 18, 2021. It will be available on Paramount Plus. The new season will be airing on October 16, 2020. Filming began on November 2, 2020. Doug Jones (who plays Saru) says that filming has about come to an end. The cast of this show was affected by Covid-19. They had to stay in quarantine for two weeks before they started filming again. The show is going a little slower than it usually does.
When we are shooting, it is going well. It just takes a tiny bit longer than usual because of Covid procedures. There are more hoops to jump through before you can get done with your day. But they keep us safe, so it is worth it in the end.
Star Trek: Discovery season 4: Story
The lead character, Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green), and her crew boldly go where no one has gone before as they face new life forms and humanitarian crises as well as familiar ones. As the fourth season begins, Captain Pike (Anson Mount), Number One (Rebecca Romijn), and the crew have found Spock’s home planet, where he finds his mother Amanda Grayson (Mia Kirshner) alive. But Spock will have to continue on a solo journey to figure out who he is.
On Earth, Michael has taken another job which finds her involved with the Vulcan survivors and the mysterious red angel (Tig Notaro). She also works closely with Rainsford (Shazad Latif) and Quarrel (Rekha Sharma). There are tricky times ahead for this new Starfleet. As they meet new alien races, they face spiky situations battle fighting pirates. Meanwhile, Leland (Alan Van Sprang) is back and looking for Spock to help him seize power again.
Star Trek: Discovery season 4: Plot
In the wake of a world war with the Klingons, Captain Pike leads the U.S.S. Discovery’s crew is on a new mission to explore strange new worlds and new civilizations in Star Trek: Discovery season 4. Following the brief peace made with their longtime nemesis, uncertainty clouds an uneasy truce as Michael Burnham and her crew find themselves at a turning point in both their lives and human history.
While Earth woes take a distant back seat to this peril, both sides seek solace in a newly discovered Spock, but he will have to embark on his journey of self-discovery to understand what it is that unites all living things.”
Star Trek: Discovery season 4: Cast and characters
Anson Mount takes over the role of Captain Christopher Pike from Jeffrey Hunter in the pilot episode Carry On. The character was previously played by Bruce Greenwood in the 2009 J.J Abrams Star Trek movie and later by Jason Isaacs in Star Trek: Discovery’s second season. And we can’t forget Sam Vartholomeos, who plays Ensign Connor, a member of Pike’s crew. After being brainwashed by Control, he will appear in this role when he returns from his ten-month deployment to Section 31.
Rebecca Romijn takes over the role of Number One. She appeared in J.J Abrams’ 2009 Star Trek movie but was played by Majel Barrett, who reprised her role from the original series pilot episode ‘The Cage.’ This character also appears in Star Trek: Discovery season two episode ‘Lorca,’ but is not seen on screen. The actress who plays the person behind the mask is Michelle Paradise.
Mia Kirshner reprises her role as Amanda Grayson, Spock’s human mother. Mia last appeared in Star Trek: Discovery during season one, when she took part in Burnham’s court-martial after she mutinied and killed Captain Georgiou (Michelle Yeoh). She later would help them rescue T’Kuvma’s sister after she sacrificed herself to save her.
Tig Notaro guest stars as the red angel, an ancient entity with powers beyond Spock’s comprehension. The character was first mentioned in ‘Context is for Kings,’ but only appears during the finale of season four.
The daughter of Sarek (James Frain), Amanda Grayson, had Michael Burnham with Sarek’s human aide. She raised her on Vulcan before sending her back to Earth at age 7, eventually meeting Captain Georgiou (Yeoh). It isn’t known if they are still friends or whether the two will end up on opposite sides again as they did during Burnham’s court-martial trial. Perhaps it will be the “new” Spock who finds a way to bring them back together.
Some fan favorites also return this season, including Harry Mudd (Rainn Wilson) and his robot friend Mr.Chen (Alan Van Sprang), who fans first met during ‘Choose Your Pain.’ We meet him again as he helps prepare for the war with the Klingons, which makes it fun playing poker with Admiral Cornwell (Jayne Brook). The two form an unlikely friendship along the way, but later on, her loyalties are called into question when Leland learns that she is a member of Section 31. This forces Mudd to try and kill her before she exposes all of their secrets…