still a possibility but based on BBC's 2-year 3-D pilot program
including making a Doctor Who
anniversary episode in 3-D to be broadcast and shown in cinemas on November 23, 2013.
Kim Shillinglaw, the BBC’s head of 3D, has admitted that the technology has not taken off with the British public and said that the Corporation will take a three-year break from developing 3D programming at the end of this year.
that would be the end of 2016. By then we'll have a new Avatar
sequel and who knows maybe 3-D will continue but more than
a pilot (possibly screened in cinemas as an event) for the next Trek series in 3-D sounds unlikely.