Star Trek: Discovery- has a ‘New Captain’

Star Trek: Discovery- has a ‘New Captain’

Star Trek: Discovery has another captain. SPOILERS for Star Trek: Discovery’s Season 3 finale, “That Hope Is You, Part 2,” follow. Since Star Trek: Discovery dispatched, its captaincy has been in flux. Its first captain, Gabriel Lorca, ended up being a mirror universe twofold bowed on revenge. Capt. Christopher Pike substituted him for a period yet ultimately needed to re-visitation of the Enterprise.

After showing up in the 32nd century, Saru took order of the boat. However, Saru is no longer on board Discovery as the show’s third season closes. He’s gotten back to Kaminar to assist Su’Kal with changing being “outside.”

All things considered, at Saru’s suggestion and with Admiral Vance’s endorsement, Michael Burnham is currently the captain of the USS Discovery. The second brings Burnham’s story full circle, as she was once prepared for a commend while serving on board the USS Shenzhou, however lost the open door in the wake of submitting mutiny.

ComicBook.com addressed Doug Jones, who plays Saru after the Kelpien took order of Discovery. During the meeting, Jones appeared to allude to Burnham following him in the job, satisfying the story set out from Discovery’s beginning.

“When we first did season one, the writing team told me that both Burnham and Saru are on the rise through the ranks,” Jones said. “They’re both on the climb in Starfleet to become — hopefully, they’re both headed to a captain’s chair one day. So I didn’t know exactly how that was to play out. And of course, Michael Burnham is the story of the show. She’s going and we’re all really following. And her rise will always continue, I believe. So what happens with Saru in that? I’m just tickled pink to be in the captain’s chair now. It’s a good fit for my bony butt.”

Toward the finish of the scene, Burnham is seen strolling onto the bridge of Discovery as its captain for the first time. She and her group are equipped in the 32nd-century Starfleet uniforms, grey with division stripes going vertically down their front, giving up their past blue uniforms behind. It seems like the beginning of a fresh out of the plastic new time for the USS Discovery and Star Trek: Discovery.

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