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Now in a new interview the head of CBS Interactive Marc De Bevoise (who oversees CBS All Access) doesn’t seem to want to get any more specific, even when pressed. And we’re very excited about the content, the creators, the actors, all coming together. Production started in Toronto at the end of January.
In fact, he wouldn’t even confirm what Moonves already stated for a target window. It’s been delayed a bit, and you parted ways with Bryan Fuller. De Bevoise: It’s going great, I’ve actually been up there [to the set]. As you said, we’re not tied to any specific release date. As Trek Movie recently reported, production on episode 102 wrapped at the beginning of this month.
The new trailer suggested that a war with the Klingons — possibly involving a nefarious Starfleet faction — will factor prominently into the narrative of the show’s first season. Shenzhou Captain Philippa Georgiou (Michelle Yeoh) and Science Officer Saru (Doug Jones), as well as U.
In January the date was pushed back again and in February CBS CEO Les Moonves said first episode would arrive “late summer, early fall.” He used the same wide range prediction of “late summer, early fall” again as recently as five weeks ago.
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