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DISCOVERY Producer Alex Kurtzman Says That Ending Is a Promise of More Answers

DISCOVERY Producer Alex Kurtzman Says That Ending Is a Promise of More Answers

Star Trek: Discovery producer Alex Kurtzman joined After Trek host Matt Mira and Discovery stars Sonequa Martin-Green and Anthony Rapp following the premiere of the finale to discuss the first season and that ending.

Spoilers ahead.

Discussing how the Discovery writers decided to put the Enterprise in the season finale, Kurtzman revealed that this has been the plan all along.

The whole season was reverse engineered from knowing… really the beginning where we wanted to end. From Sonequa’s arc to the bridge crew coming together as a family and knowing the the Enterprise was going to show up as the last frame… because obviously we owe the audience some answers to the question of ‘Why has Spock never mentioned his half-sister before?’.

The Enterprise promises answers to that question.

CBS announced that Star Trek: Discovery had been renewed for a second season back in October 2017.


On whether Stamets and Spock would get along, actor Anthony Rapp confidently said:

Hell yeah.

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  1. O

    August 22, 2019 at 8:31 pm

    Please stick to star trek values.
    Torture, canibbalism sex abuse -out. Moral center, good story, leadership – we are all for it. If we wanted sex and violance we’d watch Game of Thrones….

  2. Xeo

    August 22, 2019 at 8:31 pm

    She would be his adopted sister.

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