There are just two episodes left of the current season of Star Trek: Discovery and fans are desperate to find out how things will wrap up.
It’s very much been set up as a race against time to prevent Starfleet from being annihilated in the Prime universe, but we have no idea how this is going to happen.
Thankfully, the CBS All Access series’ showrunners have given Entertainment Weekly some tantalising hints about what’s coming.
“As the crew of Discovery deals with the fallout of Mirror Universe Lorca, they must end the war with the Klingons once and for all,” Gretchen J. Berg and Aaron Harberts said.
“Burnham is going to have to strike unexpected alliances in a mission that requires the Discovery team to take the fight directly to the Klingons.
“Will there be redemption for Burnham’s mutiny against Georgiou or Tyler’s attacks on Culber and Burnham?”
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They also promised that there are answers coming to the mysteries that have so far been set up.
“As the first season wraps up, the stakes have never been higher for the U.S.S. Discovery and we’re excited to answer many of the questions that have been asked since the first episode, as well as tease what’s to come,” they said.
Jason Isaacs, who plays Lorca, has revealed that he wouldn’t rule out returning to the series in some form, despite Lorca being killed by Emperor Georgiou (Michelle Yeoh) and disintegrated into dust.
“I said yes to a fantastic story,” he said. “You never quite know with television because it’s written week by week.
“I thought the writers really delivered a fabulous, interesting story, and for me as an actor, I had just a banquet every scene. If they came up with a great story, I would be all ears.”
Star Trek: Discovery airs on CBS All Access in the US and Netflix in the UK.
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