Star Trek: Discovery Season Two out on Blu-Ray and DVD next month

Star Trek: Discovery Season Two arrives on Blu-ray and DVD on 18th November from CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment, offering over two hours of exclusive special features, including Never-Before-Seen Cast and Crew Interviews, Behind-the-Scenes Footage, Audio Commentaries, Deleted Scenes and a Gag Reel.

Star Trek: Discovery Season Two Blu-Ray and DVD

“Certified Fresh” by Rotten Tomatoes, all 14 episodes of the CBS series’ latest season appear with brilliant sound and picture across four discs in both the Blu-ray and DVD formats. Both the Blu-ray and DVD releases will include over two hours of exclusive, captivating special features, plus two episodes of “Short Treks” related to Star Trek: Discovery Season Two: “Runaway”, featuring Ensign Sylvia Tilly and “The Brightest Star”, featuring Commander Saru.

After answering a distress signal from the U.S.S. Enterprise, Star Trek: Discovery Season Two finds the crew of the U.S.S. Discovery joining forces with Captain Christopher Pike (Anson Mount) on a new mission to investigate seven mysterious red signals and the appearance of an unknown being called the Red Angel. While the crew must work together to unravel their meaning and origin, First Officer Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) is forced to face her past with the return of her estranged brother, Spock (Ethan Peck).

Star Trek: Discovery Season Two also stars Doug Jones (“Commander Saru”), Anthony Rapp (“Lt. Commander Paul Stamets”), Mary Wiseman (“Ensign Sylvia Tilly”), Shazad Latif (“Ash Tyler”), Wilson Cruz (“Dr. Hugh Culber”), Mary Chieffo (“L’Rell”), Tig Notaro (“Chief Engineer Reno”), Rebecca Romijn (“Number One”) and Michelle Yeoh (“Philippa Georgiou”).

Also on the release are two Star Trek: Short Treks, stand-alone short stories which offer fans a deeper dive into key themes and characters that fit into Star Trek: Discovery and the expanding Star Trek universe. In “Runaway,” Ensign Tilly (Wiseman) encounters an unexpected visitor in need of help onboard the U.S.S. Discovery. However, this unlikely pair may have more in common than meets the eye.

“The Brightest Star” takes a look back at Saru’s (Jones) simple life on his home planet of Kaminar with his father and sister. Young Saru, full of ingenuity and a level of curiosity uncommon among his people, yearns to find out what lies beyond his village, leading him on an unexpected path.

Star Trek: Discovery Season Two Exclusive special features

Enter the Enterprise – Captain Pike shepherds U.S.S. Discovery through Season Two, but must return to his original command on the U.S.S. Enterprise. The production designer, builders, actors and producers discuss the daunting task of reviving the iconic ship’s bridge.
Putting It Together – Follow the real life Discovery crew through preparation, shooting and posting the amazing Season Two finale. A true in-depth look at the many talents that come together to bring Discovery to life.
The Red Angel – A major plot point of the season is the Red Angel. Go behind-the-scenes with producers, directors and Sonequa Martin-Green, along with the craftspeople that created it and made it come to life.
Designing Discovery: Season Two – On a show where no location exists in our world, the production and lighting design teams must create every space. Look at the locations and spaces created for Season Two.
Prop Me Up: Season Two – Propmaster Mario Moreira takes fans through the world of Discovery props.
Dress for Success: Season Two – Each species has its own fashion style dictated by both culture and physical attributes. Gersha Phillips and her team discuss how costumes inform a character and how they create a spectacular array of clothing, uniforms and armor for every kind of species.
Creature Comforts: Season Two – Producers, craftsmen and actors discuss the design process, the implementation and the performance required to bring characters to life. Fans can also catch a one-on-one discussion with makeup artist James McKinnon and L’Rell actress, Mary Chieffo.
Creating Space – There are some shots that simply can’t be done practically when you are set in space. The VFX team, headed by Jason Zimmerman, pushes the envelope every week to create amazing computer graphics to give fans a realistic feel of space.
Star Trek: Discovery – The Voyage of Season Two – A look at the adventures and plot twists encountered in Season 2 by the crew of the Discovery.
• Cast and crew audio commentaries on four episodes
• Deleted scenes
• Gag Reel

The Blu-ray and DVD breakdown

Disc One:

Episodes
“Brother”
– Audio Commentary by Sonequa Martin Green and Alex Kurtzman
– Episodic Promo
“New Eden”
– Audio Commentary by Anson Mount and Jonathan Frakes
– Episodic Promo
– Deleted Scenes
“Point of Light”
– Episodic Promo
– Deleted Scenes
“An Obol for Charon”
– Episodic Promo

Special Features
Designing Discovery: Season 2
Prop Me Up: Season 2

Disc Two

Episodes
“Saints of Imperfection”
– Episodic Promo
“The Sound of Thunder”
Star Trek: Short Treks: The Brightest Star
– Episodic Promo
– Deleted Scene
“Light and Shadows”
– Episodic Promo
– Deleted Scene
“If Memory Serves”
– Episodic Promo

Special Feature
Dress for Success: Season Two
STAR TREK: SHORT TREKS: Brightest Star

Disc Three

Episodes
“Project Daedalus”
– Episodic Promo
– Deleted Scene
“The Red Angel”
– Episodic Promo
– Deleted Scene
“Perpetual Infinity”
– Episodic Promo
“Through the Valley of Shadows”
– Audio Commentary by Anson Mount and Ethan Peck
– Episodic Promo
– Deleted Scenes

Special Features
Creature Comforts: Season Two
Creating Space

Disc Four

Episodes
“Such Sweet Sorrow”
– Episodic Promo
– Deleted Scenes
“Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2”
– Audio Commentary by Olatunde Osunsanmi, Michelle Paradise, Jenny Lumet and Alex Kurtzman
– Putting It Together
Star Trek: Short Treks: Runaway
– Episodic Promo
– Deleted Scene

Special Features
Star Trek: Discovery: The Voyage of Season Two
Enter the Enterprise
The Red Angel
STAR TREK: SHORT TREKS: Runaway
Gag Reel

Star Trek: Discovery Season Two Blu-ray and DVD are presented in widescreen format. Including English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, the collection can also be played in German, French, Italian, Castilian and Japanese 5.1 (Dolby Digital). Subtitles are offered in English SDH, Italian, German, French, Castilian, Japanese, Dutch, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish.



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