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Dr. Hugh Culber
Captain Christopher Pike
First Officer Michael Burnham
Lieutenant Paul Stamets
Cadet Sylvia Tilly
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The expansive visuals of the first episode begin to retreat into more familiar territory, but the emotions end up riding even higher, especially by the end of Episode 4.
It's finally able to grow, unfettered by entrenched canon or unnecessary blockbuster aspirations (or unnecessary white guys - did y'all even see one this week?), into a series that will succeed or fail as a Star Trek show on its own merits.
Despite a premiere that augurs poorly for its broader narrative arc, Discovery's third season at least momentarily succeeds in thinking about undiscovered things to come.
If the filmmakers manage to maintain the episodes' quality, Season 3 could be the best of the series so far. [Full review in Spanish]
Discovery, that hope for a better live-action, modern Star Trek was you. And somewhere, you lost it.
I'm not ashamed to admit I have been highly entertained by the most recent season of Star Trek: Discovery. It's had refreshing dilemmas, positive introductions, and pushed the envelope with a cast that has weathered some pretty amazing adventures.
The show needs to be better at engaging with those ideas and the show's larger themes if it's going to do right by the characters, the franchise, and the fans.
If you can forgive the implausibility of it all, 'There Is a Tide...' offers a solid dose of action-y entertainment.
We're happy to be back in this world and the new status quo finally frees the show up from the continuity issues that plagued it from its conception.
Based on the first few episodes, it looks to be a satisfying and resonant journey for anyone choosing to embark on it with them.
Star Trek Discovery looks and sounds as good as it ever has.
Audience Reviews for Star Trek: Discovery: Season 3
May 14, 2021It's crap. The whole premise that a) they couldn't find an alternative to dilithium, and that a child's grief would cause all dilithium to become momentarily inert is insulting Ly stupid.
6d agoThis is the worst show in the Star Trek series. The show should be renamed Star Trek: Burnham as the whole show revolves around her. This show killed the franchise for me. Wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
May 05, 2021When writers from teen dramas move into Star Trek, and think they're still writing for teen dramas. Tears, more tears, drama dram drama, social issues, more tears....yes, this was Star Trek!
Apr 28, 2021I honestly and really tried to give Discovery a chance. Watched first 2 seasons because "Star Trek is never good in first 2 seasons" but this 3rd season was the worst yet. Writers have no idea what they are doing. Forget good Star Trek, this isn't even good tv! No cohesive story line, absolutely terrible dialogue, terrible acting. I couldn't finish the season.
Apr 24, 2021Not Star Trek. Mindless pandering and virtue signaling from statist alphabet network. Co-opted the Trek franchise to advance the agenda and destroy another cultural icon. Dialogue is stilted and artificial, acting is clench inducing, plot is hacky and unoriginal. Little swear words are awkwardly thrown in for 'edge.' Time travel is once again used to further dilute and ultimately erase Trek story line. At this point the Trek franchise has gotten so maligned and disheveled it might as well be Quantum Leap, only dumber.
Apr 24, 2021Season 3 of this show, like many recent movies and shows, especially from Disney and CBS, (new Mulan, The last Jedi, Star Trek Picard) apply social issues with a sledge hammer detracting from plot and enjoyment. This is the polar opposite of exceptional TV such as For all Mankind and Watchmen that provide compelling drama and smartly integrates social issues into compelling cohesive narratives. I did really enjoyed Season one and two, but this season was meh.
Apr 22, 2021Doubling down on postmodernism.
Apr 21, 2021Super cringe, forced woke, slow, and full of plotholes. Trek at its worst.
Apr 20, 2021I could repeatedly watching TNG, VOY, DS5, ENT, Picard on netflix/amazon & already-scratched DVD; However, for now no big willing to play again "Discovery :: Season3". Season 1 is acceptable; Season 2 is so so, yet still acceptable. Later I felt season 3 are trying to educate me something for every Friday night, ehh? Gave up on middle of season 3, Sorry, could not even recall what was mainly performed in Season 3, sorry again.
Apr 16, 2021It is without doubt the worst Star Trek ever made. The first season sterted badly, but I decided to give it a chance. The second season descended into the abyss. I was so desperate for another good Star Trek series I decided to give the third season a chance. I felt like I had entered sci fi hell. After three episodes I decided enough was enough. It has none of the aspects that made the previous series great. The acting is ham and the direction is non-existent. It has probably the worst sccript writing team I have encountered. It doesn't deserve to be called Star Trek and has thoroughly forgetable characters. If I could have I would have given it a zero. It was worse than rotten. And this comes from a 40 year Trekkie fan who has watched every episode of Star Trek ever made. Shame on the producers.