A third season of the critically acclaimed series “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” is not only coming, but it appears to be ready to begin filming.

The show’s executive producer Akiva Goldsman popped up at the M.I.T. Media Lab this week for a lengthy interview (via YouTube. During the talk, he confirmed a third season was “just starting filming”.

He also revealed that the premiere date for the show’s second season will be announced imminently. That season wrapped production back in July last year:

Like both previous seasons, it’s expected the new run will likely consist of ten episodes. Goldsman’s comments also suggest plans are to continue the show’s approach of episodic storytelling with some serialised character arcs.

Officially Paramount and Paramount+ have yet to announce a potential third season of the series which stars Anson Mount, Ethan Peck and Rebecca Romjim and follows the crew of the Enterprise in the years before Kirk came on board.

The first season launched to rave reviews. With both ‘Discovery’ and “Picard” coming to an end, ‘Strange New Worlds’ is being seen as the franchise’s flagship series in the years to come.

Source: Trek Central

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