The sci-fi drama will conclude its run in 2024.
March 2, 2023
Paramount+ announced today that Star Trek: Discovery will be coming to an end after its upcoming fifth season. It has been nearly a year since the sci-fi drama last aired a new episode, and fans will have to wait about another year until it returns for its final season, which won't air until early 2024.
"Star Trek: Discovery is a perennial favorite on the service, near and dear to the hearts of legions of 'Star Trek' fans as well as all of us here at Paramount+," said Tanya Giles, chief programming officer at Paramount Streaming. "The series and its incredible cast and creatives ushered in a new era for 'Star Trek' when it debuted over six years ago, embracing the future of streaming with serialized storytelling, bringing to life deep and complex characters that honor Gene Roddenberry's legacy of representing diversity and inclusion, and pushing the envelope with award-winning world-building. This final season will see our beloved crew take on a new adventure and we can't wait to celebrate the series' impact on the franchise leading up to its final season early next year."
Taking place 10 years before the events of the original 'Star Trek' series, Star Trek: Discovery follows a brand new crew on a new ship as they take on missions to find undiscovered worlds and lifeforms during the Federation-Klingon war.
Season 5 will find Captain Burnham and the crew of the U.S.S. Discovery uncovering a mystery that will send them on an epic adventure across the galaxy to find an ancient power whose very existence has been deliberately hidden for centuries. But there are dangerous foes also on the hunt, desperate to claim the prize for themselves.
03/12/23 at 10:56am
Hypothesis: A hypothesis is an educated guess, based on observation.
Theory: A scientific theory summarizes a hypothesis or group of hypotheses that have been supported with repeated testing.
Law: A scientific law generalizes a body of observations. At the time it's made, no exceptions have been found to a law.
(Your statements of Hypothesis and Theory are backward)
03/12/23 at 09:43am
...and he is back to insulting me when he cannot counter my point...
"I am not winning this argument, so I shall throw a tantrum"..what's the male form of a Karen? I'll just stick to Karen. If a female character can be named Micheal, Karen is good enough.
03/12/23 at 08:05am
So help me God elbae you are an unsufferable idiot that tries everything including tomfoolery to prove that she or it alone knows Star Trek and wokeology (and some garbage about context) inside out. You've gone off the deep end and into the abyss with your incoherent foolishness and there isn't anybody to help you. I pray you find sanity and comfort someday. Sincerely. What I wrote was on target and all honesty. When I gave a short reply saying I would come back later, so help me God, I had NO idea then what you had written - I only saw there was a lot. I don't expect you to believe me because you have no sense. I wrote out my reply to you one comment at a time as I read each for the first time. You should try just being honest, it makes for easy. You are a bloody mess.
03/12/23 at 01:54am
...and when he cannot explain himself, he pivots back to American gender politics...is your ego so fragile that you get freaked out when a female has a male name of Micheal?
And Keith, your statistical definition of normal does nothing for the discussion at hand.
One of the basic tricks trolls do is change the context of words. For example, a scientific theory is labelled a "theory" only after it has been extensively proven. Until then it is a hypothesis. In colloquial talk, however, a theory is something someone thought up, as opposed to a fact. But bad faith trolls will change the context because they cannot prove their point otherwise.
Can you put your statistical definition of "normal" in the context of the discussion being had? The context not being bad faith american gender politics. Its how the anti-woke trolls have grown complacent and boring....which so far is being proven by Steve-O's replies...and the fact that he had to go away and think a little and get help in order to reply to me.
03/11/23 at 08:39pm
To elbae, Your idiot troll here.
"you keep proving me right all the time without even realizing it."
You've said this already and frankly, I don't believe anybody thinks that, even you.
"There are many here including me for whom being disappointed in the series have nothing to do with it being woke."
The dispute is about wokeness so anything that doesn't relate to wokeness is irrelevant and not being debated.
"Define your normal."
Just Keith just did it for me (impressively I might add - I've also taken statistics for both business and math). Refer to his elegant explanation. Being gay, let alone trans and other manipulations and configurations is not normal. But many things are not normal. I and all of us are not normal in all kinds of ways. Probably weird too, although weird is largely subjective and relative in degree. There's also interesting weird and disturbing weird. Star Trek has ventured into disturbing weird because of its wokeness.
" 'Star Trek went on such a hiatus that we were starved for more.'
Why? It was woke before the term woke was invented..."
Certainly there was stuff I didn't like and I saw probably all of all Star Treks before Discovery. There wasn't that much weird gender relationships in Star Trek and almost everywhere else so few to nobody was unduly bothered by the smattering that there was. Most of us liked the intensity, the life and death, the normalcy, the weirdity, aliens, Queue, Worf, combat, going ... into outer space, and moral outcomes. It had no vulgarity, which I like. The term woke isn't the issue, it's the agenda that's being pushed so hard right now that has people recoiled. You must want to ignore that.
"Speak for yourself first. Why were you watching a historically woke show for 5 seasons?"
How many have aired? I thought it four. Speaking for myself, I pay attention to what other people say. I don't live in an isolated bubble. You act like people can't fairly criticize if they've seen much. You really don't get it do you. We all grin and bear through stuff in our lives to get the good parts. We remain free to bitch about the bad parts, and wokeism qualifies as a disease. However, I must humbly bow to your intimate first-hand knowledge of the Voyager and its critics. Not.
03/11/23 at 12:04pm
That's pretty funny! I'm a troll and a whole bunch of other stuff. Or did you forget?
I read your first sentence only and I'm laughing hard. Later today I'll be back and read further and respond if needed.
Ha ha ha ha ha.
03/11/23 at 10:38am
Normal: The center 68% of any bell curve. (standard deviation)
Since everything "woke" exists in the 16% to either side of that bell curve, it is by definition NOT normal. (i.e. ABnormal)
Of course people could always look up the definition for yourself.
03/11/23 at 06:08am
The very fact that you keep attacking me instead of being civil and discussing the issue says more about you than it does about me or the series. As for the points you make, you keep proving me right all the time without even realizing it.
"People would not be complaining if Discovery had not descended into wokeness."
There are many here including me for whom being disappointed in the series have nothing to do with it being woke. We had actual points to make instead of the uninspired repetitive troll-point of "hurr durr woke".
"What they don't like is when normal is replaced by weird so that there is no normal."
Define your normal.
"Star Trek went on such a hiatus that we were starved for more."
Why? It was woke before the term woke was invented...
"Not everybody got sick at the same time and many watched because others were watching."
Speak for yourself first. Why were you watching a historically woke show for 5 seasons?
"Star Trek may be gone for good now because of the rot you pretend not to see. Eventually you will be consumed by it if you aren't already. You live in a weird world."
You make the above statement and then call my world weird....how ironic.
03/11/23 at 05:24am
You are a complete phony elbae. People would not be complaining if Discovery had not descended into wokeness. People want to get along, and enjoy diversity and creativity. People have not change. Star Trek obviously did. What they don't like is when normal is replaced by weird so that there is no normal. Star Trek went on such a hiatus that we were starved for more. But people didn't want what they got even though many ate the whole bushel of popcorn. Not everybody got sick at the same time and many watched because others were watching. Star Trek may be gone for good now because of the rot you pretend not to see. Eventually you will be consumed by it if you aren't already. You live in a weird world.
03/11/23 at 01:20am
You proved my argument for me...Thank You.
"I'll watch this here show that is part of a franchise that has been the hallmark of progressive thought and equality of genders and nationalities for the past several DECADES, in the hope that it caters to my anti-woke views, and I'll watch it for 5 years, and consistently taunt it for being woke."
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