During a pre-recorded look at the digital panel for Dragon Con Goes, where the cast of Star Trek: Discovery met, Isaac was asked if his character would return. Isaac avoided giving a definitive answer and, although he did not speak on the subject, he greatly admired the writers of Star Trek. Isaac feels that if Lorca returns, the writers have the skills to do it correctly:
Jason Isaacs declined to speak about whether or not his character, Captain Gabriel Lorca, could go back in the imminent Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. Isaac’s character was a regular on Star Trek: Discovery Season 1. It remains to be seen whether or not his character returns to Strange New Worlds or any of the other Star Trek support shows.
Star Trek: The Strange New World promises to be an exciting outing for Trek TV, so before the company shoots lithium crystals again, we’ve set the coordinates for the 23rd century to be one of the best in Starfleet.
The expected release date of the Star Trek: Strange New Worlds:
A release date for Strange New Worlds has not yet been set, and film and television production will only resume operation after a near-total shut down due to the coronavirus epidemic.
Star Trek: Strange New World will be available to all customers with access to CBS in the US, as with all Trek series since the launch of Discovery in 2017.
Nothing is known about the UK broadcaster yet, although Discovery made its debut on Netflix in the UK and then aired on E4, recently Star Trek: Picard landed on Amazon Prime Video, so it’s possible Strange’s New World will also go to the highest bidder, which could be Netflix, Amazon, or some other platform.
The cast members of the Star Trek: Strange New Worlds:
Having owned the bridge when seconded to Star Trek: Discovery’s second season
- Anson Mount as Captain Christopher Pike
- Leonard Nimoy
- Ethan Peck as Spock.
- Rebecca Romijn