Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 Episode 7: Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 follows the USS Discovery team as they travel to the future about 900 years after the era of the original Star Trek series. Created by CBS TV along with Secret Hideout and Roddenberry Entertainment, Alex Kurtzman and Michelle Paradise are the showrunners of the show.
The thirteen episodes of the third season started airing on October 15, 2020. Six episodes of the series are already out. All of these episodes have bagged positive reviews. The next episode will bring in more actions. What will come up? Here is everything to know
Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 Episode 7: What’s Next?
While we don’t have a lot of information about what could happen in the upcoming episode of the show, there is a small promo that the creators have released. In the promo, viewers can hear Michael Burnham as he talks about all the good things the Federation has done. Then, she appears as she makes her case to the Vulcans that have assembled.
The clip also shows a glimpse of Burnham’s Vulcan past, which is something that seems very important in the episode. The Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 Episode 7 is titled Unification III that makes us think, what if this is the sequel of the two-part Unification storyline that we saw on Star Trek: The Next Generation?
Is Spock Coming Back?
The last episode saw Spock’s first appearance in the series since the original Star Trek was released. In the original series, the storyline followed the complicated diplomatic treaty with the Romulans. The series also saw Sarek’s death. Sarek was Spock’s father. He had a great role in Burnham’s life. When Burnham jumped to the future, she skipped past the death of her father and met the Vulcans. She might come to know how her father died, and that would bring some very emotional moments.
With that said, unless Star Trek: Discovery does not plan to bring any time travel, it is unlikely that we would get to see more of Spock or Jean-Luc Picard in the upcoming episodes. Both of them are long dead. Even if we take into account the fact that the last time we saw Picard, he was in a synthetically designed body, and Vulcans live longer than humans, there are slim chances that any of them will appear in the episodes.
Where And When Can We See It?
Fans can watch Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 Episode 7 on CBS All Access website and all the CBS apps. The show can also be streamed globally on Netflix the day after the original release. Viewers can also purchase the episodes from Amazon Prime. The seventh episode will air on November 26, 2020. So, it will be available on Netflix on November 27. We will keep updating you with more information about the show as we get it, so you stay tuned.