Jul 312021

Star Trek Discovery Season Three arrives on Blu-ray and DVD from Paramount and includes several featurettes, select episode deleted scenes and a gag reel.



Star Trek: Discovery – Season Three

Genre(s): Science Fiction, Adventure, Drama
Paramount| NR – 666 min. – $45.99 | July 20, 2021

Date Published: 07/31/2021 | Author: The Movieman

Writer(s): Gene Roddenberry (“Star Trek” created by); Bryan Fuller and Alex Kurtzman (created by)
Cast: Sonequa Martin-Green, Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp, Mary Wiseman, David Ajala, Wilson Cruz, Rachael Ancheril, Michelle Yeoh, Oded Fehr

Features: Featurettes, Deleted Scenes, Gag Reel
Slip Cover: Yes
Digital Copy: No
Formats Included: Blu-ray
Number of Discs: 4

Audio: English (DTS-HD MA 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 5.1)
Video: 1080p/Widescreen 2.00
Subtitles: English SDH, French
Codecs: MPEG-4 AVC
Region(s): A, B, C (untested)



Synopsis: After following Commander Michael Burnham (SONEQUA MARTIN-GREEN) into a wormhole, the U.S.S. Discovery lands in an unrecognizable world 1,000 years in the future. With Starfleet and the Federation on the brink of collapse due to a catastrophic event known as The Burn, the Discovery crew, with the help of new and mysterious allies Book (DAVID AJALA) and Adira (BLU DEL BARRIO), must uncover what caused The Burn and restore hope to the galaxy.



This four disc set comes housed in an HD keep case and comes with a glossy, title-embossed, slip cover.


  • Writer’s Log: Michelle Paradise (13:49) is an interview with the executive producer and writer behind ‘That Hope is You Parts 1 & 2’ and ‘Far From Home’.
  • Star Trek: Discovery: The Voyage of Season 3 (28:32) is an overview of the third season and how the storylines and characters were developed.
  • Stunted (14:33) delves into the stunt work of the season.
  • Being Michael Burnham (24:20) is on the development of the character over the course of season 3.
  • Kenneth Mitchell: To Boldly Go (18:04) is a profile on the actor who is suffering with ALS and his character, Aurellio uses a hoverchair to move around.
  • Bridge Building (25:37) looks at the bridge crew of Discovery.

Gag Reel (4:33)

Deleted Scenes — ‘People of Earth’, ‘Forget Me Not’, ‘Unification III’, ‘Terra Firma, Part 1’, ‘Terra Firma Part 2’, ‘Su’kal’, ‘There is a Tide’ and ‘That Hope is You, Part 2’


VIDEO – 4¼/5, AUDIO – 4½/5

Paramount releases Star Trek: Discovery onto Blu-ray where it’s presented in its original 2.00 widescreen aspect ratio as originally shown on CBS All Access/Paramount+. The picture is pretty good overall, detail isn’t the best for some of the more distant shots while close-ups looked decent. Colors are bright and vibrant while black levels are stark without appearing crushed. It’s nothing overly striking but still probably on par with how it was streamed.

Each episode is accompanied with a robust and very impressive DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 track which sounds absolutely fantastic. Dialogue levels sound crisp and clean but where it especially amazes is with the various action-centric scenes which makes usage of every available channel where the surrounds envelop the room and the bass turns for that extra kick rattling the floor with each phaser blast or impact strike. (Copied from the Season 1 Review)

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