CBS All Access has announced that Star Trek: Discovery will return for a third season, and Michelle Paradise (one of the show's co-executive producers ) will join Alex Kurtzman Becomes a co-showrunner.
Paradise marks the fifth official showrunner for Discovery followed by Bryan Fuller (who has left the project), Aaron Harberts and Gretchen J. Berg (fired over budget disputes and complaints for abuse of multiple writers) and Alex Kurtzman (current showrunner and senior architect of Star Trek CBS TV projects any time soon). I hope the show will enter a slightly more stable production phase in the third season, after all the previous drama behind the scenes.
. "Michelle joined us in the middle of season two, reviving the room with her wild knowledge of Trek ," says Kurtzman. "Their understanding of the character and details of the story, their drive and focus are already essential to the Trek heritage, and their fresh perspective always keeps us looking forward. I'm proud to say that Michelle and I are officially running Star Trek: Discovery .
Discovery is by no means the only Star Trek television program in the plant. CBS is already working on a series in which Sir Patrick Stewart will repeat his iconic role as Captain Jean-Luc Picard. The release is scheduled for 201