Star Trek: Discovery (2020): S03E03 – People of Earth


The third season of the American television series Star Trek: Discovery follows the crew of the USS Discovery as they travel to the future, over 900 years after the events of the original Star Trek series.


With Sahil not able to locate the Discovery in 3188, Burnham becomes a courier and works with Book, searching for clues as to the fate of the Federation. She finds a transmission from Admiral Senna Tal on Earth, but is unable to get there with their limited dilithium. After a year, Discovery arrives in the future and Burnham finds them. Saru becomes the new captain, and Discovery’s dilithium is stored on Book’s cloaked ship, which he parks in their docking bay, for safety. Using Discovery’s advanced spore drive, they travel to Earth and find it no longer part of the Federation. Investigators from the United Earth Defence Force board Discovery and explain that Tal is dead. They are all attacked by dilithium bandits who the EDF attempt to destroy until Burnham and Book trick the bandits, capturing their leader Wen. In negotiations between Wen and EDF Captain Ndoye, the two sides realise that they can help each other and prevent further fighting. A young investigator named Adira reveals that they are the host of Tal’s Trill symbiont and is connected to his memories.

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Production & Filming Details

  • Release Date: 29 October 2020.
  • Running Time: 50 minutes.
  • Country: US.
  • Language: English.

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