Star Trek: 'Short Treks' Coming to CBS All Access

Christopher Davidson
September 24, 2018

It's now set for "January 2019" but having Harry Mudd's episode immediately lead-in to the second season premiere a week later on Sunday January 14 sounds about right to me.

Episode one will focus on Tilly (Mary Wiseman), and is called Runaway.

At Comic-Con this year, Showrunner Alex Kurtzman confirmed a January 2019 return for Star Trek: Discovery.

This is exciting. Star Trek Discovery mini-episodes are on the way and, not only are they going to bridge the gap between now and the second season in 2019, they sound like fully-fledged, super-interesting tales in and of themselves.

The second short, titled Calypso, centers on Craft, played by Aldis Hodge and drops on November 8. Here's hoping we get to see more of Hodge in season 2 as he is an incredible talent and would add to the dwindling diversity on the show.

Steelers listening to offers for Bell
His profound impact on the passing game has led Bell to argue that he should earn more money that other running backs. Not only would it be tough for the Patriots to have any shot at trading for Bell, it will be tough for any team.

"This star can be seen with the naked eye, unlike the host stars of most of the known planets discovered to date", said Bo Ma, lead author of the new research and an astronomer at the University of Florida, in a.

The December 6 episode, the Brightest Star, is a whole Star Trek Discovery mini-episode based around Saru's early years on his home planet of Kaminar. Young Saru, full of ingenuity and a level of curiosity uncommon among his people, yearns to find out what lies beyond his village, leading him on an unexpected path.

And The Escape Artist is directed by and stars Rainn Wilson and depicts his character Harry Mudd finding himself 'in a precarious position aboard a hostile ship - just in time to try out his latest con, ' according to the network.

Star Trek: Discovery has gathered quite a fanbase with its nods to nostalgia combined with modern sensibilities.

Live long & prosper: Real-life Planet Vulcan orbiting "Star Trek" sun & could host life Astronomers have boldly gone where no man has gone before in announcing that Star Trek's fictional planet Vulcan is real - and even has a sun just like ours. Well, we can assume that if Tilly's involved, we will all be smiling.

Other reports by

Discuss This Article