"I've been calling my time on Walking Dead my sort of post-graduate degree", Martin-Green told ET's Cameron Mathison at the CBS TCA party in Los Angeles on Tuesday. That's something that was considered with "Discovery" but, when it came to writing up the scripts and making the story, those behind-the-scenes decided that they'd do nothing to ruin the overall reputation that "Star Trek" has set out in the past.
Discussing the show's delay, executive producer Alex Kurtzman clarified why the original airdate was missed, saying that they wanted to make sure everything was done right and not rushed.
Lt Stamets - played by Anthony Rapp - is the first openly gay character in the 51 year history of Star Trek.
It's always a good time for a Wrath of Khan rewatch, but the film may be particularly relevant now amidst the rumors that Meyer is developing a Khan reboot TV series for CBS.
" Star Trek Continues ," a non-profit fan series, on Sunday released its ninth episode, " What Ships Are For ". Akiva Goldsman added: "I think you can see that we are not value-neutral about inclusion or the dismantling of stereotypes".
It looks like Star Trek's favorite trilling pests will be seen in Star Trek: Discovery. "Can I say that?"
Martin-Green said that doing a Star Trek show is a big deal to her and everyone working on it.
Khan had everything 1979's Star Trek: The Motion Picture lacked: action, acting histrionics, and the warm and often amusing character interplay between Kirk (William Shatner), Spock (Leonard Nimoy) and McCoy (Deforest Kelley).
"Playing a Vulcan, it's been interesting looking at the human world through those eyes", Frain says.
According to a report from Marketplace, the new CBS series Star Trek: Discovery will be streaming on Netflix outside of the United States.