Ten years before Kirk, Spock, and the Enterprise, the USS Discovery discovers new worlds and lifeforms as one Starfleet officer learns to understand all things alien.
Ten years before Kirk, Spock and the Enterprise, there was Discovery. (season 1)
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Did You Know?
Paul Stamets and Hugh Culber are the first openly gay characters to be featured in the "Star Trek" franchise. While there have been other characters hinted as being LGBT, such as the Mirror Universe Kira and Ezri in "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(1993)" and Sulu in "Star Trek Beyond
(2016)," Stamets and Culber are the first unambiguously gay characters. See more
In Star Trek: The Next Generation (which takes place more than a century after Discovery), much was made of the fact that Worf was the first Klingon to serve in Starfleet. However, Ash Tyler (aka Voq) is a Klingon who serves aboard Discovery (and later within Section 31). Even though Tyler was believed human for most of his time on Discovery, his true heritage became common knowledge among the crew and certain Starfleet officials. This is one of the many reasons why the producers of the show chose to officially expunge Discovery and her crew during the Season 2 finale, so their decisions would no longer contravene established canon. See more
The serif-font legends and subtitles in the "broadcast" episodes are absent from the DVD versions, where they are replaced with the standard DVD subtitles. See more