Paramount + has announced that the fourth season of “Star Trek: Discovery” will be taking a break.
The seventh episode of the season airs on December 30, after which it takes a few weeks off and returns with its second half on February 10 with six episodes running until March 17.
The delay is also expected to affect the international rollout on Amazon Prime. In the meantime, the child-oriented “Star Trek: Prodigy” will return with its five remaining episodes in the first season, which airs from January 6th to February 3rd.
The second season of “Star Trek: Picard” was to be launched after the original end date of the ‘Discovery’ finale in mid-February. Now it will likely switch to a kickoff at the end of March. That season has ten episodes.
The new Captain Pike-led “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” series is expected to premiere after the new season of ‘Picard’ closes, in which case it will potentially debut around the first week of June.
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