Kurtzman additionally showed that a significant test of Star Trek: Discovery season 4. It would be in modifying the United Federation of Planets after it was almost devastated by Osyraa. The head of the Emerald Chain wrongdoing partner. Burnham will be confronted with the assignment of carrying different universes into the crease of the Federation. However she’ll additionally be stood up to by “fulfilling the rules and guidelines of being an individual from the Federation. Yet in addition not to ransack different societies of their character.”
Realizing that the scoundrel is a non-living element actually leaves a great deal of alternatives for season 4’s foe. Be that as it may, in light of Kurtzman’s remarks. It doesn’t seem like he implies something like a robot (Star Trek: Discovery has just had AI enemies), but instead an idea. Since Burnham will rejoin the Federation, maybe the “Huge Bad” has to do with biases that are keeping these future societies isolated.
The season’s actual scoundrel being a purposeful anecdote for bigotry (or something like that) would surely be opportune. With issues of race being socially common right now. Star Trek’s assorted cast and idealistic vision of things to come has consistently been a reaction to our present-day reality. So handling a particularly wide and prickly idea would be with regards to the show’s set of experiences. Despite season 4’s actual scalawag, it surely seems like Star Trek: Discovery is moving in fascinating ways.