Discussion in 'Future of Trek' started by NewHeavensNewEarth, Feb 6, 2020.
Is the 7+ months to shoot 10 episodes timespan typical for modern Trek?
Discovery Season 1: around 9 months to shoot 15 episodes.
Season 2: Around 8 months for 14 episodes
Season 3: Around 7 months for 13 episodes
Picard season 1: Around 5 months to shoot 10 episodes.
So compared to Picard it is a bit longer, but you have to consider that Covid precautions are slowing down production.
Absolutely, COVID precautions are (sensibly) slowing down the process here. I'm comfortable with that.
New Trek: worth the wait.
*two years later*
That was not worth the wait.
Haven't lost anything.
Five Cast Members For ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ Announced – TrekMovie.com
Combine that with the casting sheets and I think we have our new Uhura and Dr. M'Benga!!
Beat me to posting that clip.
Ok, now I'm excited. Mount's excitement is palpable in that clip.
This has a good feel to it...I'm pumped.
Really excited for this show.
I'm SO HOPING we get Mount reciting "Space, the final frontier..." on this show.
That would be a cool addition.
Even more excited after seeing the cast reveal video and Mounts infectous enegery.
Hopefully we'll get single story episodes or multi arcs like on ENT season 4 but hopefully no seasonal arc like DSC/PIC.
Looking forward to a colorful (crew/cast and uniforms) and less "dark/grey for grittiness sake" tv show.
Looking forward to this.
We've got LOTS of new Trek coming out (Prodigy, Lower Decks S2, Disco S4 ).
Didn't he do part of that in the DIS Season 2 finale?
Not that I recall, no.
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