Jonathan Frakes, who stages some episodes of Season 3 of Star Trek: Discovery, has spoken about what we can expect from the new episodes. Fans can adjust to changes.
Jonathan Frakes has not only directed two episodes of Star Trek: Picard, but also directed several episodes of the third season of Star Trek: Discovery. He now reveals a few details of what to expect in the new episodes.
The mood changes
"Discovery is primarily about Sonequa's character, as you will see," said Frakes. "At the end of season two, we traveled 930 years into the future. Michael Burnham has found a new core, not to mention a new accomplice. Again there is a big change in the mood of the series. Burnham is now less driven by pain and guilty of their past rather than the magical reunion of the discovery crew and wherever they went. God knows where they went as the Red Angel. So these two things that come back together are the subject and how grateful everyone is and what's next. We have a lot more action adventures now, and not that much pain. "
Maybe this adjustment in the mood of Star Trek: Discovery is exactly what fans want. The series was often accused of being too bleak. This now seems to be changing with the new episodes. We will find out exactly how this will affect this year. Season 3 of Star Trek: Discovery does not have a launch date yet, but it should still be in 2020.
Source: Comic book
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