Star Trek: Discovery had design continuity issues from the beginning, and the U.S.S. Enterprise only complicated matters. As it turns out, the CBS drama is legally prohibited from utilizing the classic Enterprise, raising questions of how much we’ll see in Season 2.
One of Star Trek: Discovery’s biggest Season 2 mysteries has been answered. Following an Enterprise-ing tease, the CBS All-Access drama has confirmed Hell on Wheels and Inhumans star Anson Mount will captain Trek’s most famous vessel in a fan-favorite role.
After decades of TV detectives donning shades and hacking mainframes, a few shows were bound to repeat themselves. That said, an eerie similarity between CBS’ Instinct and an old episode of Bones has fans crying foul, and even the producer has apologized.
Not even CBS can keep The Big Bang Theory afloat forever. Star Johnny Galecki now says that CBS’ highest-rated comedy will likely call it quits after twelve seasons, sending off Leonard, Sheldon, Raj, Penny, Howard, Bernadette and Amy as early as 2019.
It looks like Star Trek isn’t the only sci-fi icon finding new life on CBS All Access. Network heads confirm that a Twilight Zone reboot is in development for the streaming branch, as produced by Get Out director and Key & Peele favorite Jordan Peele.
Say goodbye to earthquake sloths, mutant vultures and James Wolk – CBS’ Zoo is officially closing the gates. The fan-favorite sci-fi drama based on James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge’s novel has been canceled after three bonkers seasons, in spite of its profitable Netflix arrangement.
You didn’t think CBS would be so quick to dismiss its All-Access jewel, did you? No, the U.S.S. Discovery will continue its mission in the years before Kirk and Spock, as CBS officially confirms Star Trek: Discovery will return for Season 2.
Sitcoms don’t have the most graceful history of handling turnover among cast (Two and a Half Men, anyone?), and CBS’ Kevin Can Wait has added one for the books. Watch how they handled the departure of Erinn Hayes as Kevin’s wife Donna … in less than twenty seconds.
Star Trek: Discovery just aired its premiere, and already we’re impatient for Season 2. The same lengthy production that delayed Sunday’s arrival repeatedly might keep us waiting until 2019 for a second round, according to producers.
If you’ve seen one montage of Federation ships sailing through space, you’ve seen them all. That’s why Star Trek: Discovery aimed for something different with its title credits, as the intricate designs and technology leap off the page before Sunday’s premiere.