As we all know, large numbers of ST episodes across all five series' have often been very cerebral and moralistic, focusing on teaching a lesson or exploring the many facets of humanity. Some of Star Trek's greatest stories have come out of these episodes, but I'm wondering, would they be acceptable to modern audiences in the new show? I'm asking this because I think it's germane to the possible survival of Discovery. We live in the age of Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, and the multitudinous Marvel shows, where many of the episodes are like mini action films. Do you think modern viewers would accept a show with a large complement of episodes like The Child and many others, or will they demand a more action-based series? I'm worried that while too much action could dilute the Trek uniqueness, a show that plays things too conservatively could bore audiences and sink the show.