Welcome aboard the USS Discovery! Let’s see where each season of this fantastic show ranks when it comes to giving us a galaxy’s worth of intrigue, adventure, and drama.
Set roughly a decade before the events of the original Star Trek series, Star Trek: Discovery boldly takes the franchise into uncharted territory, blending the beloved traditions of its predecessors with a fresh, modern touch. As we journey through the stars and nebulas with this most diverse and dynamic crew, we’re not just exploring strange new worlds; we’re going deep into rich, complex narratives that both challenge and captivate viewers.
From the very first season, Discovery has been a trailblazer, introducing us to Michael Burnham and her journey from disgraced Starfleet officer to respected commander. With its cutting-edge special effects, intricate storylines, and a deeper dive into the emotional and ethical dilemmas of space exploration, each season of Discovery builds upon the last, continually raising the stakes. The series creates a tapestry of politics, timeless themes of hope and humanity, and the ever-present quest for knowledge and understanding.
In this ranking, we’ll navigate through the highs and lows of all four seasons, exploring what makes each one unique and why they resonate with fans. Strap in and prepare for warp speed as we rank the seasons of Star Trek: Discovery from the ground-breaking first season to the latest epic voyage in Season 4.