Star Trek: Discovery - Season Three (Blu-ray)
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July 20 2021
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- Parcel Dimensions : 17.3 x 13.8 x 1.7 cm; 150 Grams
- Media Format : NTSC
- Release date : July 20 2021
- Actors : Sonequa Martin-Green,, Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp
- Studio : PARAMOUNT
- ASIN : B0939XD2VT
- Best Sellers Rank: #301 in Movies & TV Shows (See Top 100 in Movies & TV Shows)
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After following Commander Michael Burnham into a wormhole, the U.S.S. Discovery lands in an unrecognizable world 1,000 years in the future. With Starfleet and the Federation on the brink of collapse due to a catastrophic event known as The Burn, the Discovery crew, with the help of new and mysterious allies Book (David Ajala) and Adira (Blu del Barrio), must uncover what caused The Burn and restore hope to the galaxy.
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Unfortunately, there's one minor but significant issue that hurts this series for fans that also care about image quality. There is a lot of visible banding in darker scenes. This means that some shots that occur in space, or just dark, cave-like, poorly lit spaces, such as the episodes toward the end of the season can jump out at more image-conscious viewers. This probably wouldn't have been an issue if this were a 4K image, or if they'd just opened up the storage space a bit more on each disc and had fewer episodes per disc to allow for more bandwidth.
The banding issue aside, the details and colors of the series are well preserved here and modern television series continues to impress me with how great the production values are. Costumes, cinematography, and special effects are all comparable to film these days, and we're lucky to be able to enjoy that kind of production quality from series television.
They finally got it right by keeping the deleted scenes with the episodes and the extras on the 4th disc with the last episode of the season.
The Discovery crew flies through a worm hole, 900+ years into the future to discover the Federation just a fraction of what it was [because of what first was a blunder]. They encounter some interesting changes [Vulcans and Romulans living together for example.]
[Of course, if episodes aren't limited to the 41-42 minute episode like on regular TV channels, why exclude them. While most are short, they can still add to the episode.]