The wait for Star Trek, Discovery season 3 goes on just a little longer. Due to the ongoing Coronavirus infection pandemic, According to the sources, the series has been delayed until a little later in the year. But fear not, as there’s still plenty to learn about the upcoming batch of episodes, which will take us boldly beyond where Star Trek has been before as we jump 930 years into the future a period in the Star Trek timeline that has so far remained unexplored.
Season 3 was confirmed on January 18, 2019, the month the second season began. We’re still waiting for a specific release date, though. Season 1 premiered in September 2017, and season 2 arrived in January 2019. With that 16-month gap in mind and a 2020 release confirmed by Kurtzman above, the very earliest season 3 could release is in April, since Picard is releasing weekly until the end of March and it seems unlikely they’d debut new episodes at the same time.
We also get a sneak peek of David Ajala plays the role of Nightflyers as a new character Cleveland Booker. According to the sources by Variety at San Diego Comic-Con 2019, Kurtzman announced by the Booker or Book that it is going to be a role that breaks the rules a little bit. The cast Ajala is joined by new cast members Maulik Pancholy Dr. Nambue, Chief Medical Officer on the USS Shenzhou, Terry Serpico plays the role of Admiral Anderson, a top Starfleet official, and Sam Vartholomeos Connor, a Junior Officer also on the Shenzhou.