The drama directed by Patrick Stewart is all set to be renewed for another season! CBS All Access announced on Sunday during the press tour of the Television Critics Association that it had officially renewed the drama for another season. Rumour says the filming of season 3, which will probably be filmed consecutively with the Seafamore season, in which production is not very short between the high-end cycle.
Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 Release in Mid 2020 ( May )
Terry Matellas has also signed a general agreement with CTV TV Studios. Chabon and his wife, the writer Ailette Waldman, signed a general agreement with the producers of Picard, CBS TV Studios, and are accepting the old winning novels of the Pulitzer Prize, The Amazing Adventures of Cavaliers and Clay, as limited series such as corporate schedules.
As part of that agreement, Chabon will transition to the new series this year and will leave Picard. Picard’s first season production is complete, and a writer’s room for seasons two and three, which will be filmed in an attempt to control costs and everyone’s production schedule, has been underway for some time. Picard is one of the many Star Treks that serves as the cornerstone of the CBS All Access franchise.
The subscription platform also stars Star Trek: Discovery and the animated comedy Star Trek: Lower Deck and is working on the old spin-off directed by Michelle Yoh. Originals include The Good Wife spin-off The Good Fight, Interrogation, The Man Who Fell to Earth, produced by Kurtzman, the adaptation of Stephen King The Strand, the anthology The Twilight Zone and Why Women Kill.
The collection Tell me a story and the comedy No Activity await news about your future. There are also whispers for a third season. The work on season 3 has already begun to allow back to back production. However, the network hasn’t commented on those season three reports yet.