|Bryan Fuller: "I'm Not Involved" With DISCOVERY Dec 02, 2016|
Former STAR TREK: DISCOVERY showrunner Bryan Fuller, who left the role back in October, elaborated today in a new interview that he’s at this point totally out of the show’s leadership team – despite his ‘executive producer’ title - and does not expect to be involved with the production process of the upcoming first season in any capacity.
|First Official STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Cast Named Nov 29, 2016|
BREAKING NEWS: CBS today has named the first three official cast members of 2017's "Star Trek: Discovery" - Michelle Yeoh, as previously rumored, as well as notable prosthetic actor Doug Jones and accomplished Broadway actor Anthony Rapp.
|Michelle Yeoh STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Rumors Heat Up Nov 23, 2016|
That STAR TREK: DISCOVERY casting rumor which hit the web last night has taken on some new life this evening, as Hollywood heavyweights Variety, Deadline, and The Hollywood Reporter are all now reporting that that Chinese actress Michelle Yeoh has beamed aboard the upcoming Trek television revival in a yet-undisclosed role – though CBS has not yet publicly confirmed that to any news outlet.
|PREORDER: David Mack's First DISCOVERY Novel! Nov 07, 2016|
We still don't know much about STAR TREK: DISCOVERY or the mission of the ship and crew, but the first of David Mack's DISCOVERY tie-in novels - written in coordination with Kirsten Beyer and the new show's writing team - is now available for preorder, set for release in May 2017!
|Bryan Fuller Leaves DISCOVERY Showrunner Role Oct 26, 2016|
New breaking developments on the behind-the-scenes staffing at STAR TREK: DISCOVERY have been revealed today: executive producer and up-until-now showrunner Bryan Fuller will now be taking on a reduced role in the upcoming Trek television revival.
|DISCOVERY Producers "Begged" CBS to Push Out Date Sep 15, 2016|
We were surprised to learn yesterday that STAR TREK: DISCOVERY has been pushed out to a May 2017 start date, after producers Bryan Fuller and Alex Kurtzman decided they would not have enough time to produce a quality product by the planned January debut - and today CBS president Les Moonves weighed in on the scheduling change.
|STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Sets New Course for May 2017 Sep 14, 2016|
Well, after almost a year of build-up to January’s launch of STAR TREK: DISCOVERY on CBS All Access, the broadcaster announced today that the new series will now be leaving spacedock next May - requested by Bryan Fuller and the production team to make sure they don't "compromise the quality" of the new show.
|Kirsten Beyer and Nick Meyer Talk DISCOVERY in NYC Sep 03, 2016|
At the Mission: New York convention in New York City today, STAR TREK: DISCOVERY writers Kirsten Beyer (ongoing Voyager novelist) and Nick Meyer (writer/director of multiple Trek films) took the stage to discuss the new series.