Along with announcing its “Twilight Zone” reboot start date and planned “The Stand” mini-series, CBS used its Television Critics Association tour time to offer details about some of its other series.
“Star Trek: Discovery” showrunner Alex Kurtzman says they’re already working on ideas for a third season though the official order hasn’t come through yet: “We have a lot of big ideas we’ve already started working on, so hopefully we’ll get the pickup and we’ll be off to the races.”
Kurtzman also says they’re currently editing the Season 2 finale and seeds have been planted throughout this season for more. The next series to take off though is “Picard” which will begin shooting in the Spring in Los Angeles ahead of a late 2019 release.
Sticking with CBS All Access, the third season of “The Good Fight” has set a March 14th premiere date and released a trailer which you can see below. Michael Sheen joins the cast this season as Roland Blum, a lawyer who is corruption personified and is essentially a spin on Roger Stone.
Over on the regular CBS network, a second season of freshman hit drama “God Friended Me” has been ordered and will air during the 2019-2020 broadcast season.
Also Their procedural crime drama “FBI,” which has already been renewed for season two, will use one of its season one episodes as a backdoor pilot for the spin-off series “FBI: Most Wanted”. That spin-off has already received a series commitment by the network.