Star Trek: Discovery is boldly going on to its second season. Six episodes into its first season, CBS All Access has officially renewed the Star Trek TV series starring Sonequa Martin-Green. But Trekkies’ long wait for season 1 — which...Show More Summary
Star Trek: Discovery will return to CBS All Access for a second season, the network announced Monday. More Jason Isaacs, more Michelle Yeoh, and more Sonequa Martin-Green! “The series has a remarkable creative team and cast who have demonstrated their ability to carry on the Star Trek legacy,” Marc DeBevoise, ... More »
Actors Sonequa Martin-Green and James Frain talk to USA TODAY's Bill Keveney about the privilege and responsibility of being part of CBS All Access's 'Star Trek: Discovery.'
In the latest TV Legends Revealed, discover if Star Trek: Discover is the reason Sonequa Martin-Green left The Walking Dead! The post TV Legends: Did Sonequa Martin-Green Leave Walking Dead For Star Trek? appeared first on CBR.
The cast and crew of Star Trek: Discovery stepped out for a night with PaleyFest! Sonequa Martin-Green and her co-stars Doug Jones, Jason Isaacs, Wilson Cruz, Anthony Rapp, Mary Chieffo, Shazad Latif, and Mary Wiseman, among others, were in attendance at the panel at The Paley Center for Media on Saturday (October 7) in New [...]
"She's a queen,” Star Trek Discovery's Sonequa Martin-Green told New York Comic Con today of original Star Trek cast member Nichelle Nichols. "I owe so much to her, we all owe so much to her," The Walking Dead alum emotionally said of...Show More Summary
The crew of the CBS All Access dram series Star Trek: Discovery – cast and creators – will appear at New York Comic-Con 2017 for a panel to be moderated by Trekker and former astronaut Dr. Mae Jemison. Sonequa Martin-Green, Jason Isaacs,...Show More Summary
You can also watch James Frain and Sonequa Martin-Green demonstrate how naturally the Vulcan salute comes to them.
Names have power: just ask Rumpelstiltskin. As someone with a longstanding interest in the meaning of names, the first thing that caught my attention while watching Discovery was that the first officer played by Sonequa Martin-Green has a traditionally masculine name. I had to know more.
'Star Trek: Discovery' stars Sonequa Martin-Green and James Frain ably demonstrate the Vulcan salute, but Frain, who plays Vulcan Sarek on the CBS All Access series, also cops to an 'egregious' early error. ...
Plus check out a video of the moment Sonequa Martin-Green found out she landed the job on Star Trek.
She also talks about the sibling rivalry between Michael Burnham and Saru in 'Star Trek: Discovery'
For Sonequa Martin-Green, being cast as the lead in Star Trek: Discovery means “the sky is the limit for all of us.”...
Sonequa Martin-Green and Jeremy Piven pair up to present an award at the 2017 Emmy Awards held at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday (September 17) in Los Angeles. The two presented the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series award to Ann Dowd for The Handmaid’s Tale. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Sonequa [...]
Sonequa Martin-Green is struggling to express her feelings. It takes very little time to realize that this is far from normal. The Alabama-born actress generally speaks in long, thoughtful streams of sparkling musicality that occasionally erupt intotorrents of words, frequently punctuated by laughter...
Sonequa Martin-Green's Star Trek: Discovery character is already blazing a new trail by being the only first officer to be the main focus of a Trek series. Now we've learned that the character will be different in another, wholly unexpected way.
Martin-Green talks about Burnham's desire to be captain and life growing up on Vulcan.
In December, CBS All Access announced that The Walking Dead's Sonequa Martin-Green would be playing the lead role on Star Trek: Discovery, the latest iteration of the venerable space franchise. It wasn't just the first time the leadShow More Summary
Sonequa Martin-Green made appearances on Late Night With Stephen Colbert and CBS This Morning, where she shared clips from the forthcoming show....
The actress also talks more about Michael Burnham growing up in Spock's family on Vulcan.