Star Trek, one of the most iconic and influential global television franchises, returns 50 years after it first premiered, with Star Trek: Discovery. The series will feature a new ship, new characters and new missions, while embracing the same ideology and hope for the future that inspired a generation of dreamers and doers. Star Trek: Discovery, Season 1 Wiki
1 - The Vulcan Hello
Series premiere. While patrolling Federation space, the U.S.S. Shenzhou encounters an object of unknown origin, putting First Officer Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) to her greatest test yet. Starring Sonequa Martin-Green, Michelle Yeoh, Doug Jones.
2 - Battle at the Binary Stars
Face to face with Klingon vessels, the U.S.S. Shenzhou prepares for the possibility of war if negotiations fail. Amidst the turmoil, Burnham looks back to her Vulcan upbringing for guidance. Starring Sonequa Martin-Green, Michelle Yeoh, Doug Jones.
3 - Context is for Kings
Burnham finds herself aboard the U.S.S. Discovery where she quickly realizes things are not as they seem, including the mysterious Captain Gabriel Lorca (Jason Isaacs). Starring Sonequa Martin-Green, Jason Isaacs.
4 - The Butcher's Knife Cares Not for the Lamb's Cry
With tensions and stakes high as Starfleet continues in their efforts to end the war with Klingons, Burnham begins to settle in to her new position aboard the U.S.S. Discovery. Starring Sonequa Martin-Green, Jason Isaacs, Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp, and Mary Wiseman.
5 - Choose Your Pain
While on a mission, Lorca unexpectedly finds himself in the company of prisoner of war, Starfleet Lieutenant Ash Tyler (Shazad Latif) and notorious intergalactic criminal, Harry Mudd (Rainn Wilson). Burnham voices her concerns about the repercussions of the spore drive jumps on "Ripper". Starring Sonequa Martin-Green, Jason Isaacs, Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp, Mary Wiseman, Shazad Latif. Guest starring Rainn Wilson.
6 - Lethe
The U.S.S. Discovery crew is intrigued by new addition, Lt. Ash Tyler. Sarek seeks Burnham's help, rekindling memories from her past. Admiral Cornwell questions Lorca's tactics. Starring Sonequa Martin-Green, Jason Isaacs, Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp, Mary Wiseman, Shazad Latif.
7 - Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad
As the U.S.S. Discovery crew attempts to let loose at a party, an unwelcome visitor comes aboard bringing about a problematic and twisted sequence of events. Starring Sonequa Martin-Green, Jason Isaacs, Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp, Mary Wiseman, Shazad Latif. Guest starring Rainn Wilson.
8 - Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum
The U.S.S. Discovery is tasked with a high priority mission to planet Pahvo and learn the science behind the Klingon's cloaking technology. Starring Sonequa Martin-Green, Jason Isaacs, Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp, Mary Wiseman, Shazad Latif.
9 - Into the Forest I Go
Bypassing Starfleet's orders, Lorca uses the U.S.S. Discovery crew's ultimate asset, the ship itself, in an effort to end the war with the Klingons once and for all in the Chapter 1 Fall Finale. Starring Sonequa Martin-Green, Jason Isaacs, Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp, Mary Wiseman, Shazad Latif.
10 - Despite Yourself
While in unfamiliar territory, the U.S.S. Discovery crew is forced to get creative in their next efforts to survive opposing and unprecedented forces and return home.
11 - The Wolf Inside
As the crew continues their guise, Burnham undergoes a merciless mission in hopes of helping the U.S.S. Discovery return home. Tilly works on restoring Stamets' neurofunction.
12 - Vaulting Ambition
Burnham heads to the ISS Charon with a special "gift" for the Emperor. With the help of an unexpected source, Stamets gains clarity while trapped inside the mycelial network. Saru asks for L'Rell's help.
13 - What's Past Is Prologue
Lorca plans to move forward with a coup against the Emperor, propelling Burnham to make a quick decision to save not only herself, but the U.S.S. Discovery.
14 - The War Without, the War Within
Back on the U.S.S. Discovery, Burnham and the crew are faced with the harsh reality of the war during their absence. In order to move forward, Starfleet must use unconventional tactics and sources to take their next action against the Klingons.
15 - Will You Take My Hand?
Season one finale. With Georgiou at the helm of the plan to end the Klingon war once and for all, the U.S.S. Discovery crew struggles to fathom and tolerate her hostile tactics. Memories of past hardships are rekindled within Burnham
16 - This Season On Star Trek: Discovery
Take a look at what's ahead for the rest of Season 1 of Star Trek: Discovery
17 - Get a Behind-the-Scenes Look At Star Trek: Discovery's Artful Production
In this new, behind-the-scenes featurette for Star Trek: Discovery, the series' cast and crew delve a little deeper into the incredible undertaking of bringing Star Trek back to TV for the first time in over a decade.
18 - How Star Trek: Discovery's Mirror Universe Fashion Draws from Classic Trek
Star Trek: Discovery cast and crew walk us through the show's Mirror Universe's wardrobe and how it pays homage to the original Star Trek episode "Mirror, Mirror."
19 - How the Klingons Were Reimagined for Star Trek: Discovery
Learn how Alchemy Studios drew inspiration from previous Star Trek series and ancient empires to create Star Trek: Discovery's iconic warrior race.
20 - Here's How Star Trek: Discovery Brings Its Unique Creatures to Life
From Kelpien to Klingon, learn how Star Trek: Discovery uses makeup and prosthetics to create its one-of-a-kind alien life-forms.
21 - Composer Jeff Russo On Scoring Star Trek: Discovery's Biggest Moments
From a Kaseelian Opera to scoring Lorca's pivotal scene, Emmy-winning composer Jeff Russo uses music to illustrate characters' emotions on Star Trek: Discovery.
22 - Star Trek: Discovery's Visual Effects Create a Deeply Cinematic Experience
Get a front-row seat to how the Star Trek: Discovery visual effects team builds a highly realistic, incredibly detailed universe for the CBS All Access series.
23 - See Star Trek: Discovery Props Go from Sketch to Build
In this behind-the-scenes video, Star Trek: Discovery Props Master Mario Moreira talks about his department's "period piece" approach to creating the new phasers, tricorders, Klingon weapons, and more.
24 - Here's How Star Trek: Discovery Designed Its Ultra-Intricate Sets
Executive Producer Alex Kurtzman and Production Designer Tamara Deverell talk designing Star Trek: Discovery sets, including the Qo'noS black market, the rebel planet Harlak, and more.
25 - Michelle Yeoh Takes the Captain's Chair On Star Trek: Discovery
Michelle Yeoh explains how Captain Philippa Georgiou's murky background and inherent optimism make her the ideal choice to command the U.S.S. Shenzhou.
26 - Star Trek: Discovery Cast and Crew Discuss Their Personal Connection to Trek
Watch as Star Trek: Discovery stars Sonequa Martin-Green, Jason Isaacs, Shazad Latif, Anthony Rapp, and Mary Wiseman - as well as crew members-explain what Star Trek means to them.
|1||The Vulcan Hello||42:48||USD 1.99||Download|
|2||Battle at the Binary Stars||38:28||USD 1.99||Download|
|3||Context is for Kings||47:59||USD 1.99||Download|
|4||The Butcher's Knife Cares Not for the La||49:24||USD 1.99||Download|
|5||Choose Your Pain||46:40||USD 1.99||Download|
|7||Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad||46:50||USD 1.99||Download|
|8||Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum||40:50||USD 1.99||Download|
|9||Into the Forest I Go||46:58||USD 1.99||Download|
|10||Despite Yourself||48:21||USD 1.99||Download|
|11||The Wolf Inside||48:49||USD 1.99||Download|
|12||Vaulting Ambition||37:20||USD 1.99||Download|
|13||What's Past Is Prologue||43:00||USD 1.99||Download|
|14||The War Without, the War Within||48:55||USD 1.99||Download|
|15||Will You Take My Hand?||45:12||USD 1.99||Download|
|16||This Season On Star Trek: Discovery||02:10||Season Only||Download|
|17||Get a Behind-the-Scenes Look At Star Tre||03:08||Season Only||Download|
|18||How Star Trek: Discovery's Mirror Univer||03:53||Season Only||Download|
|19||How the Klingons Were Reimagined for Sta||03:02||Season Only||Download|
|20||Here's How Star Trek: Discovery Brings I||01:30||Season Only||Download|
|21||Composer Jeff Russo On Scoring Star Trek||01:50||Season Only||Download|
|22||Star Trek: Discovery's Visual Effects Cr||02:03||Season Only||Download|
|23||See Star Trek: Discovery Props Go from S||02:41||Season Only||Download|
|24||Here's How Star Trek: Discovery Designed||01:31||Season Only||Download|
|25||Michelle Yeoh Takes the Captain's Chair||02:54||Season Only||Download|
|26||Star Trek: Discovery Cast and Crew Discu||02:12||Season Only||Download|
This is not star trek.
I do enjoy seening Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) get beemed up from the world of the dead to Star Trek, I think she makes an excellent Vulanized human. As for Michelle Yeoh, sorry Sonequa, she was a great Bond (Tomorrow Never Dies) girl, but she isn't a Kate Mulgrew (Voyager). Also, I can see why the Klingons look like JJ Abram's redition but they talk/feel more like Hirogen (STV), even their armor is Hirogen-like, with more detail, obviously. The special effects although CGI, and some great artistry with nods to HR Giger are wonderfully done, the writing is kinda not. If you go by lore, yeah, STDs (pun) all the way. It is a good popcorn series like much of JJ Abrams' Treks, but I wouldn't consider them or STD canon at all. Visually, it ranks up there with The Expanse, just The Expanse pulls it off with excellent writting. I do like seeing some well known actors in this series and that is why I am watching it, frankly, but if it had a bunch of unknowns, I would have probably just shelved it, too much focus on the mirror universe in one season, frankly, not even DS9/Enterprise did that, and they had 27 episodes a season! Great visuals are nice and all, but story and writting have to come first, the actors are really not at fault, here. You could have made a series of Trek with overuse of paper mache and models on wires/strings with great writting and it would be all good, sadly the production value focused more on visuals and action sequences than great storytelling/character development.
Watched on CBS All Access. Save your money. Save yourselves. Avoid this show at all costs.Farewell...
While this is a departure from previous Star Trek outings of the franchise, I applaud the gutsy, ballsy stark reality portrayed in this show. I believe this is more Star Trek than the soft, polite attitudes seen in much of the former series. Discovery paints a truer realization of what humans with warp capability and starships would encounter. I do not think niceness, platitudes and sillyness as seen in bridge banter in the Next Generation or DS9 are true versions of meeting warlike species. I think Discovery is far more accurate than earlier adventures. I like Discovery and welcome the darker, spartan look of the show. I believe this show and the Expanse tell it like it will be, when we as a species venture out into the stars.
Well-written , great characters, visually stunning. Love it!
Having watched all iterations of Star Trek over the years (1st run viewing starting with TNG), THIS version captures the spirit of Star Trek that some of the later (post TNG at least) iterations didn’t quite succeed at. The serialization allowed the writers to present a much deeper and engaging narrative. As with ALL Star Trek series though, this one DID take a few episodes to find its rhythm (4 maybe?), but it was far quicker than the 3 SEASONS (50 episodes) of TNG, 4 SEASONS Of DS9 (75+ episodes), etc, etc. You are watching the crew grow episode by episode until you see the camaraderie of a starship crew we’ve become accustomed to takes hold. It’s so natural of a progression i didn’t realize what it was happening until the end. It was fantastic. The performances by the cast are are grounded and truly had me wanting more at the end of each episode. I bought the CBS subscription and don’t regret it a minute. I will purchase this as well as the physical steel-case edition as well. HOWEVER, If a potential buyer is unable/unwilling to embrace the future (And the present) and is not comfortable with a 21st Century telling of Gene Roddenberry’s vision of the future, they most likely will not enjoy this and may wish to stick with the 1960 version.
A visual spectacle - Star Trek: Discovery shines bright in a sky full of stars. You won’t be disappointed.
This was a very good new series to expand the creative flow of StarTrek. Instead of one episode dealing with a problem this took the whole season to explore personal relationships involved during a single crisis while providing plenty of action.
I’m incredibly satisfied with this series. I feel a strong connection with all the characters. Every episode that I watched feels like watching a movie. A great cinematic experience on television.