It was sad news for Trekkies last week as is was announced that Star Trek: Discovery, the new series from Hannibal showrunner Bryan Fuller and Star Trek 2009 co-writer Alex Kurtzman, would be delayed five months. January was looking a little soon for a series that hasn’t even announced a cast yet. In fact, all […]
Star Trek: Discovery, the new Star Trek television series set to premiere in January 2017, has been delayed. The show has been pushed back to May, reports The A.V. Club. Showrunner Bryan Fuller and Executive Producer Alex Kurtzman have put out a statement. Show More Summary
Fans are going to have to wait a little while longer before Bryan Fuller’s “Star Trek: Discovery” makes its big debut on the small-screen. On Wednesday (Sept. 14), CBS announced they will be pushing the premiere of the series to May, 2017 — switching places with “The Good Wife” spinoff, which will start airing in […]
CBS has issued a new press release today, with a bit of disappointing news: Star Trek Discovery has been pushed back to May 2017. Producers Bryan Fuller and Alex Kurtzman are quoted in the press release. Read on for the pertinent bits. Show More Summary
Star Trek: Discovery‘s Bryan Fuller tweeted yesterday that “a favorite TOS episode Balance of Terror is a touchstone for the Star Trek:...
Ever since Star Trek: Discovery co-creator Bryan Fuller promised to "spoiler it up" in the months leading up to the series' January 2017 premiere, he's certainly delivered on that front so far.
Bryan Fuller reveals the Original Series episode that introduced the Romulans will influence the Season 1 storyline of the CBS revival. The post Classic Star Trek Episode Will Serve as ‘Touchstone’ For Discovery appeared first on CBR.com.
Although producer and showrunner Bryan Fuller has been holding any and all details about Star Trek: Discovery close to his vest, he has not been shy about dropping references and sly hints concerning what we can expect from the new show when it premieres early next year. Show More Summary
Star Trek: Discovery executive producer and showrunner Bryan Fuller tweeted yesterday that a favorite episode from The Original Series, “Balance of Terror,” is a “touchstone” for DSC’s story arc. A FAVORITE TOS EPISODE "BALANCE OF TERROR"...Show More Summary
We’re now only four months away from the arrival of Star Trek: Discovery, the newest addition to the hallowed franchise. Showrunner Bryan Fuller has kept most details under wraps, but fans have been privy to some snippets of info. We...Show More Summary
Show runner Bryan Fuller has slowly been revealing details about the up and coming Star Trek television series Star Trek: Discovery. But, what do we really know about the new show? We made this handy infographic with everything we know about DSC, all in one place. UPDATED with latest information as of 2016-09-06
Following Star Trek Beyond‘s underperformance at the box-office, we don’t know the exact future of Trek as a film franchise. We do know, however, that Trek is returning to television next year with Star Trek: Discovery, thanks to CBS, showrunner Bryan Fuller (American Gods), and plenty of more talent responsible for the new sci-fi series. Show More Summary
Star Trek fans waiting on the edges of their captain chair seats to learn what the new project would be called, and now that we've all gotten used to calling it Discovery, Bryan Fuller has revealed the inspiration behind the title.
Excited though Star Trek fans are to finally have the franchise back on TV with Bryan Fuller’s Discovery, many had to wonder why the series opted to follow the prequel route yet again. The series will venture early into Trek history with a pre-Kirk setting, something writer Nicholas Meyer says offers more “room to maneuver.” Continue reading…
Bryan Fuller, the acclaimed showrunner behind the new Trek series, explains the significance of the title Star Trek: Discovery. The post Bryan Fuller Explains Star Trek: Discovery’s Title appeared first on CBR.com.
While there was no new footage or casting announcements made for Star Trek: Discovery at Mission New York today, there was a video from executive producers Bryan Fuller and Alex Kurtzman, which talked a little bit about the choices they have made with the new show. More »
While there was no new footage or casting announcements made for Star Trek: Discovery at Mission New York today, there was a video from executive producers Bryan Fuller and Alex Kurtzman, which talked a little bit about the choices they’ve made with the new show. Read more...
Bryan Fuller’s AMERICAN GODS Has Cast A HANNIBAL Vet As Jesus Christ!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! Jeremy Davies, who played motherfucker Ray Aibelli in “Spanking The Monkey,” Corporal Upham in “Saving Private Ryan,”...Show More Summary
Nerd World Report have a lengthy interview with Bryan Fuller, the producer/showrunner behind both Starz's American Gods and CBS's Star Trek: Discovery. Fuller packs in a fair bit of info from both shows, including: American Gods The first, nine-episode season will cover roughly a quarter of Neil Gaiman's novel. Show More Summary
Star Trek: Discovery show runner Bryan Fuller recently appeared on the Nerd World Report radio show, and revealed several new details about the new Star Trek TV series and its production.That chat included some details on how far along...Show More Summary