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wjfox wrote: Mon May 17, 2021 8:05 am
Can't wait for this to be back on and what will happen in the next season, I really enjoyed season 1.
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What’s Happening with the ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Section 31 Spinoff?
May 20, 2021

Rumors about a “Star Trek: Discovery” spinoff series focusing on the Starfleet Black Ops group Section 31 have been circulating since the fall of 2018. In November of that year, Deadline reported that Michelle Yeoh, who played Phillipa Georgiou in “Discovery,” was in talks with CBS All Access about her own series.

Since then, Yeoh, “Star Trek’s” showrunners, and the studio have all continued to tease the series. In January of 2019, CBS All Access officially announced an unnamed Section 31 themed show and confirmed that Yeoh would star. Later that month, Treksphere reported that the series had started pre-production.

Unfortunately, everything was derailed by the pandemic just a few months later. Little was said about the series for months as the behind-the-scenes teams figured out how to work amid the pandemic.
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Star Trek: The Mirror War Announced

May 19, 2021

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Star Trek returns to the Mirror Universe with the Star Trek: The Next Generation crew in Star Trek: The Mirror War. The new year-long event -- the Mirror Universe story's next chapter following the previous series Mirror Broken, Through the Mirror, and Terra Incognita -- will show Star Trek fans a universe subjugated by a twisted version of Captain Jean-Luc Picard. Veteran Star Trek comics writers Scott Tipton and David Tipton return to write the series with art by Carlos Nieto. In August's Star Trek: The Mirror War #0, they'll go deep into Mirror Universe lore with Mirror Picard summoned to Earth to answer to the Terran Emperor for his behavior. The series proper kicks off in Star Trek: The Mirror War #1 on September 9th.

The series will span eight issues, plus four tie-in specials. Each of those one-shots will focus on a different member of the Mirror Universe Next Generation crew. The first of these stories will spotlight Mirror Data and releases in December. The 13-part saga promises to chart Picard's path of conquest across the Mirror Universe galaxy, drawing the attention of the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance.
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The first trailer to Star Trek: Picard season 2.

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A scene from back in the day. :)


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