Star Trek: Discovery is taking an unplanned season break after its next episode on December 30, Gizmodo has reported. It runs for a month and a half until February 10, essentially making way for the next season of the kid-oriented Star Trek Prodigy, which returns on January 6.
Discovery took a similar mid-season hiatus in season one, but this time around, there’s more content to fill the gap. After it returns in February and finishes its run, Picard’s second season should be about ready to launch. The idea of having enough Star Trek series to run them almost continuously was Paramount’s goal when Discovery first launched in 2018.
Discovery’s fourth season has had a creative launch, in part thanks to a more episodic format that will make it easier for regular fans to follow. Substantively, however, the season started controversially when Paramount announced that the series would be pulled from Netflix in non-US territories. Season 4 is now streaming on Pluto TV in some countries in Europe, at least until Paramount+ can expand to those regions.
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