There have been announcements about Star Trek: Discovery extra cast members joining the crew. As it is, Shazad Latif will star as “Lieutenant Tyler,” a Starfleet officer in the Federation. Latif is popular for his role as Dr. Henry Jekyll in the TV series Penny Dreadful. Rekha Sharma will feature as “Commander Landry,” the security officer of the Starship Discovery. Sharma’s TV credits incorporate Battlestar Galactica and The 100.
Other new cast individuals are Kenneth Mitchell, who will be seen as “Kol.” He will be a commanding officer in the Klingon Empire. Mitchell’s TV credits have the fan-most loved Jericho on CBS, The Astronaut Wives Club and Frequency. Clare McConnell will play the role of “Dennas,” a pioneer in the Klingon Empire. McConnell’s film credits incorporate Dim the Fluorescents, set for release this fall.
Damon Runyan will play “Ujilli,” a pioneer in the Klingon Empire. Runyan’s TV credits comprise of Suits, Supernatural and Gangland Undercover. Latif was initially declared for the role of “Kol,” which is now played by Kenneth Mitchell. The cast is led by Sonequa Martin-Green as First Officer Michael Burnham, alongside Rainn Wilson as Harry Mudd. He’s the charming conman and intergalactic criminal initially presented in the first Star Trek TV show.
The cast likewise features Michelle Yeoh as Captain Georgiou, the Starfleet Captain on board the Starship Shenzhou, Doug Jones as Lt. Saru, a Starfleet Science Officer and another alien species to the Star Trek universe. We have Chris Obi as T’Kuvma, the Klingon pioneer looking to join the Klingon houses, Shazad Latif as Kol, the Commanding Officer of the Klingons and apprentice of T’Kuvma and Mary Chieffo as L’Rell, the Battle Deck Commander of the Klingon deliver.
This new show will highlight the first straightforwardly gay character, Lt. Stamets, played by Anthony Rapp. He’s an an astromycologist, fungus expert, and Starfleet Science Officer on board the Discovery, alongside James Frain as Spock’s dad, Jason Isaacs as Captain Lorca, captain of the Starship discovery, and Mary Wiseman as Tilly, a Starfleet Academy Cadet in her last year of study, doled out to the Starship Discovery.
Star Trek, a standout amongst the most notable and powerful worldwide TV franchise, comes back to TV 50 years after it initially debuted with Star Trek Discovery.
The show will highlight another ship, new characters and new missions, while grasping a similar philosophy and a future that enlivened an era of visionaries and practitioners.
The series will debut on the CBS Television Network with every ensuing episode accessible on CBS All Access, the Network’s digital membership video on request and live streaming. It will be disseminated simultaneously by CBS Studios International on Netflix in 188 countries and in Canada on Bell Media’s Space station and OTT benefit CraveTV.
Star Trek Discovery is a production of CBS Television Studios in association with Alex Kurtzman’s Secret Hideout, Bryan Fuller’s Living Dead Guy Productions and Roddenberry Entertainment.
Alex Kurtzman, Bryan Fuller, Heather Kadin, Gretchen J. Berg, Aaron Harberts, Akiva Goldsman, Rod Roddenberry and Trevor Roth fill in as executive producers.
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