CBS’ Star Trek is adding a informed name to a essay staff.
Nicholas Meyer has boarded a play from Bryan Fuller and Alex Kurtzman, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
CBS’ new Star Trek — picked adult true to array to atmosphere on CBS’ digital height All Access — hails from inclusive producer Kurtzman. The array is a new take on a dear sci-fi classic, with a premiere slated to atmosphere on a network in Jan 2017 before successive episodes atmosphere on a digital and VOD platform. Star Trek marks a initial strange array grown privately for CBS All Access.
Meyer will offer as a author and consulting writer on a play constructed by CBS Television Studios.
“Nicholas Meyer chased Kirk and Khan ’round a Mutara Nebula and ’round Genesis’ flames, he saved a whales with a Enterprise and a crew, and waged fight and assent between Klingons and a Federation. We are anxious announce that one of Star Trek’s biggest storytellers will be resolutely returning as Nicholas Meyer beams aboard a new Trek essay staff,” Fuller said.
Meyer penned a screenplay and destined 1991’s Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country and penned 1986’s Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. He also destined and wrote Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. He’s repped by Paradigm.