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The first season of Star Trek: Discovery was produced and released in 2017 and 2018.


Star Trek: Discovery season 1 premiere DSC episode: "The Vulcan Hello" was released on 24 September 2017 on the CBS All Access viewing service alongside a traditional television broadcast on the CBS network. This episode was written by Bryan Fuller, Akiva Goldsman and Alex Kurtzman and directed by David Semel. This episode was the first original Star Trek television production by CBS, and the first Star Trek episode in 12 years following the finale of Star Trek: Enterprise in 2005, and the last Star Trek episode to be broadcast on American television. "Battle at the Binary Stars", the second episode, was released immediately after, exclusively on CBS All Access. The second episode was the first Star Trek episode which was not broadcast (in the USA) in any manner, made available for streaming service subscribers only. In Canada, this episode was broadcast on SPACE immediately following "The Vulcan Hello". Overseas viewers had the episodes available to them on Netflix.

The first season was produced in two "chapters" with a hiatus between. Following the two pilot episodes, the first chapter was a seven episode introduction to the ship and major cast members, while the second chapter comprised six episodes focused on the mirror universe, with a return to resolve the first chapter's storyline in the finale episodes.

DSC season 2 was announced following the season 1 finale, which had a cliffhanger reception of a distress call from Captain Christopher Pike aboard the USS Enterprise.


  1. "The Vulcan Hello" (premiere)
  2. "Battle at the Binary Stars" (premiere continuation)
  3. "Context Is for Kings" (beginning of first "chapter")
  4. "The Butcher's Knife Cares Not for the Lamb's Cry"
  5. "Choose Your Pain"
  6. "Lethe"
  7. "Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad"
  8. "Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum"
  9. "Into the Forest I Go" (midseason finale)
  10. "Despite Yourself" (chapter 2 premiere)
  11. "The Wolf Inside"
  12. "Vaulting Ambition"
  13. "What's Past Is Prologue"
  14. "The War Without, The War Within"
  15. "Will You Take My Hand?" (finale)

Comics set during the first season[]



See Category:Memory Beta images (DSC season 1 images).

Publicity photos[]


Star Trek television seasons
The Original Series TOS season 1TOS season 2TOS season 3
The Animated Series TAS season 1TAS season 2
The Next Generation TNG season 1TNG season 2TNG season 3TNG season 4TNG season 5TNG season 6TNG season 7
Deep Space Nine DS9 season 1DS9 season 2DS9 season 3DS9 season 4DS9 season 5DS9 season 6DS9 season 7
Voyager VOY season 1VOY season 2VOY season 3VOY season 4VOY season 5VOY season 6VOY season 7
Enterprise ENT season 1ENT season 2ENT season 3ENT season 4
Discovery DSC season 1DSC season 2DSC season 3DSC season 4
Picard PIC season 1
Lower Decks LD season 1LD season 2

External Link[]

Star Trek: Discovery season 1 article at Memory Alpha, the wiki for canon Star Trek.