Star Trek: Discovery

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Season 3 episodes (13)

1 That Hope Is You, Part 1
Arriving 930 years in the future, Burnham navigates a galaxy she no longer recognizes while searching for the rest of the U.S.S. Discovery crew.
2 Far From Home
After the U.S.S. Discovery crash-lands on a strange planet, the crew finds themselves racing against time to repair their ship. Meanwhile, Saru and Tilly embark on a perilous first-contact mission in hopes of finding Burnham.
3 People of Earth
Finally reunited, Burnham and the U.S.S. Discovery crew journey to Earth, eager to learn what happened to the Federation in their absence.
4 Forget Me Not
Burnham and Adira visit the Trill homeworld in hopes of unlocking the secrets trapped within Adira's mind. Back on the U.S.S. Discovery, Saru's efforts to help the crew reconnect with one another take a surprising turn.
5 Die Trying
After reuniting with what remains of Starfleet and the Federation, the U.S.S. Discovery and its crew must prove that a 930 year old crew and starship are exactly what this new future needs.
6 Scavengers
After receiving a message from Book, Burnham and Georgiou embark on a rogue mission to find him, leaving Saru to pick up the pieces with Admiral Vance. Meanwhile, Stamets forms an unexpected bond with Adira.
7 Unification III
While grappling with the fallout of her recent actions, and what her future might hold, Burnham agrees to represent the Federation in an intense debate about the release of politically sensitive - but highly valuable - Burn data.
8 The Sanctuary
Burnham and the U.S.S. Discovery crew travel to Book's home planet to help rescue it from Osyraa, the formidable leader of the Emerald Chain. Meanwhile, Stamets and Adira continue their search for valuable information on the origin of the Burn.
9 Terra Firma, Part 1
The U.S.S. Discovery crew journey to a mysterious planet in hopes of finding a cure for Georgiou's deteriorating condition. Stamets and Adira make a stunning breakthrough with the newly acquired Burn data.
10 Terra Firma, Part 2
Georgiou uncovers the true depths of the plot against her, leading her to a revelation about how deeply her time on the U.S.S. Discovery truly changed her.
11 Su'Kal
Discovery ventures to the Verubin Nebula, where Burnham, Saru, and Culber make a shocking realization about the origin of the Burn as the rest of the crew faces an unexpected threat.
12 There Is A Tide...
After capturing the U.S.S. Discovery, Osyraa seeks a meeting with Admiral Vance while Burnham and the crew must overcome unimaginable odds as they attempt to regain command of their ship.
13 That Hope Is You, Part 2
Season finale. As the Emerald Chain tightens its grip and the mystery of the Burn is finally solved, Burnham and the crew have one last chance to save themselves - and the Federation.

About this show

"Star Trek," one of the most iconic and influential global television franchises, returns to television 50 years after it first premiered with STAR TREK: DISCOVERY. The series will feature a new ship, new characters, and new missions, while embracing the same ideology and hope for the future that inspired a generation of dreamers and doers.
303 reviews
Phillip Miceli
December 1, 2018
This is not only NOT STAR TREK, Its not even a good sci-fi show. Terrible writing, as expected of something involving Alex Kurtzman and the Bad Robot alumni. God awful story written by people who clearly have no idea or regard for what Star Trek really is. Terrible acting and stiff wooden main characters, The lead character, Burnham, being not only completely unlikable, but one of, if not the biggest Mary-Sue in modern Sci-fi with a matching lack of personality, Secondary characters being little more than cardboard cutouts with no personality or characteristics, complete bastardization of popular and iconic aliens (Those are NOT in any way Klingons), nearly every scene severely lacking light, and to top it all off, The biggest slap in the face to Trek Canon the franchise has ever seen. I watched 13 episodes of this abomination before I finally got angry enough to quit. This is not Star Trek. It's a poorly written, generic mess of a Sci-fi show with a Star Trek paint job. and the vast majority of the fanbase knows this, which is why it's failing faster than a Special Ed kid in honors classes. STD needs to be cancelled and stricken from canon, and Kurtzman and all the writers, fired.
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Connor Garvey
May 7, 2022
Huge production values, fun to watch just for eye candy. Otherwise, this Star Trek has been a let down. This is definitely fantasy, little understanding of science. "What if"s that make scifi so amazing are also mostly absent. Instead Discovery is futuristic action drama and doesn't pull it off very well. Also, it seems like there weren't notes from anyone who watched previous Treks. I hope for a return to what we loved about Trek, a bit more science and dreams of what could be.
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Glenn Ward
July 12, 2021
This version of Star Trek is more advanced, plays upon the previous versions history and I've already concluded the ending season, the Federation (after it's been cleaned up of Romulan subversives and the Klingons neutered) becomes Q. In the meanwhile time travel is played around with much more, but we already know that. Great series so far.
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