Check Out Behind The Scenes ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Photos & Video From “What’s Past Is Prologue”

Last Sunday’s episode was exciting and action filled, closing the 4-part story arc in the Mirror Universe. The Mirror Universe is always a fan favorite, and it’s a favorite of those working on the show too, the writer and director of “What’s Past Is Prologue” have shared a number of behind-the-scenes photos, check out some of the best below.

Jason Isaacs on Lorca’s story arc coming to a close

CBS has released a new video with Jason Isaacs discussing the dynamics between Lorca, Burnham, and Georgiou, and that final fight scene.

Behind the scenes photos

Showing lots of behind-the-scenes love for the mirror universe, the episode’s writer and co-executive producer Ted Sullivan (@karterhol) has been sharing photos from the set. Photos and captions are from Ted’s Twitter.

Bridge crew stepped up to help problem solve. Here’s Airiam.
(Photo: Ted Sullivan)

A bleak day on the ISS Charon
(photo: Ted Sullivan)

Doug Jones and Emily Coutts getting ready to attack the ISS Charon
(photo: Ted Sullivan)

Sonequa Martin-Green between takes in the Jefferies Tube
(photo: Ted Sullivan)

I love watching these two work. Director Olatunde Osunsanmi and Sonequa Martin-Green go over control panel operation.
(photo: Ted Sullivan)

#whathaveyoudonetome Sonequa Martin-Green and Michelle Yeoh line up for their close up
(photo: Ted Sullivan)

When you have Michelle Yeoh on set with mood lighting, you end up taking a lot of pics between takes
(photo: Ted Sullivan)

 

Director Olatunde Osunsanmi has also shared some cool photos on his Instagram.


With just two episodes left in Season 1, Star Trek: Discovery is available on CBS All Access on in the US and airs in Canada on the Space Channel, it is also available on the CraveTV streaming service. It is available on Netflix outside the USA and Canada.

Keep up with all the Star Trek: Discovery news at TrekMovie.

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TrekFan 1973

#GiveUsLorcaPrime Pleeeeeeeease!!!

ReysWes

plleeeeeeaaase, #giveuslorcaprime, plleeeeeeaaase!

Hauke Fischer

Check the upcoming Discovery novel Drastic Measures. Lorca and Giorgiou take on Kodos the Executioner.
Comes out Saturday.

Scott Gammans

Bawwww, that photo of Doug Jones and Ted Sullivan is ADORABLE. And if I’m perfectly honest with myself, I’ve had the kind of day where I need the warm, comforting embrace of Saru.
#SaruTakeMeAway

Benjamin Adams

*threat ganglia UP*

Dr Beckett

LOL!!!

Corylea

I love how generous Jason Isaacs always is when talking about his fellow actors. I’ve seen him do this a lot of times — he talks about how great the OTHER person is. Gabriel Lorca is a very bad man, but Jason Isaacs is a classy guy. ;-)

Vulcan Soul

He sure comes across as generous and classy when he’s denouncing 62 million Americans and their petty underclass concerns ;-)

Gary 8.5

He has never actually done that.
I come from a conservative family.
Love Isaacs, He is avery good actor and I am very glad the he is part of Trek lore now.

Tiger2

Yeah, Isaacs is the man!

BTW, he’s already lining up conventions lol. I know he’s going to be VERY popular at those.

Karidian

I agree, Isaacs is at his best when he’s denouncing the Deplorables and all the disgusting things they stand for. I’m sure it would please Roddenberry. Let’s hope he keeps doing it!

Tiger2

+100

John Bigbootee

+1000

Michael Hall

Yes, because as those 63 million would be the first to tell you, Trek has always been about building walls between people.

MysticalDigtial

Their concerns are valid, the course of action they think will solve those concerns is not going to help them or anyone else in this country. We want the UFOP, those 62 Million put on on a path toward the Terran Empire and rampant corporatism.

Cmd.Bremmon

The Terran Emprie = Rampant corporatism?? Did you have an aneurysm
when Mudd was talking free traders in the UFP?

PEB

I really want to explore the bridge set of the Discovery. It’s a thing of beauty!

Ian

Every one of these shows looks like it was a blast to make.