Starfleet Academy Can Do What Star Trek Discovery Didn"t

The upcoming Star Trek: Starfleet Academy series can achieve something that Star Trek: Discovery has failed to do. Although the exact timeline of Starfleet Academy is still to be confirmed, the new show’s press release states that: "For the first time in over a century, our campus will be re-opened", which indicates that the series will be set in Discovery's 32nd century. It will potentially also feature Lt. Sylvia Tilly (Mary Wiseman) as one of the instructors, after she joined the new Starfleet Academy in Discovery season 4.
This setting will allow Alex Kurtzman and Noga Landau, the co-showrunners of Paramount+'s Star Trek: Starfleet Academy to further reveal what the far future of the Star Trek universe looks like. It was hoped that Discovery would do this once the USS Discovery arrived in the 32nd century, but the show's long-form season arcs have considerably narrowed the show's focus to dealing with galactic crises. Now, Starfleet Academy can properly expand upon Star Trek's 32nd century as the educational institution becomes a hub for the diverse species and races that inhabit it.


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