'Star Trek: Discovery' Renewed for Third Season

"Star Trek: Discovery" has been renewed for a third season by CBS All Access, according to Deadline. Michelle Paradise has also been promoted to co-showrunner (joining Alex Kurtzman).

Paradise joined Discovery originally in 2018 as writer/co-executive producer, with her first writing credit being March 14's "Project Daedalus" episode. She previously worked on CW's "The Originals" and Logo's "Exes & Ohs."

"Her grasp of character and story detail, her drive and her focus have already become essential in ensuring the Trek legacy, and her fresh perspective always keeps us looking forward," said Kurtzman.

(Image credit: CBS All Access)

Discovery's 14-episode second season is underway now, with episode 7 scheduled for Thursday. The debut date for this third season has not been announced.

Originally published on Newsarama. 

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