Set roughly ten years before the events of the original Star Trek, the series follows the crew of the USS Discovery as they discover new worlds and civilizations, while exploring the franchise's signature contemporary themes. The season-long story line revolves around an incident and an event in Star Trek history that's been talked about but never been explored.
Star Trek: Discovery on CBS channel is the sixth fantastic series of the world-famous “Star Trek” Universe, where viewers will see unfamiliar heroes-members of Star fleet crews and original villains, and also other civilizations and great discoveries.
The events of the sci-fi series take place in the original universe 10 years before the adventures of Mr. Spock and Captain James T. Kirk. This is a completely different side, telling about other characters and their fascinating adventures. The crew of USS Discovery NCC-1031 goes on a journey to explore the deep space, discovering new worlds and civilizations.
The main heroine Michael Burnham has to make a difficult choice at the very beginning of the TV show and continue to get her own way throughout season 1 to achieve her own goals. It will influence her, the entire Star fleet, the Federation and the whole Universe. The choice will lead her to the ship of Captain Lorca and the famous journey will begin at that moment. However, unlike the previous films about the Star Trek universe, special attention in the TV series Star Trek: Discovery is given to conflicts and relationships within the crew.