Details Revealed For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season 3 Blu-Ray, DVD And Steelbook; Arriving In July

Before the fourth season of Star Trek: Discovery arrives later this year, you will have a chance to review season three with the home video release, arriving on Blu-ray, Steelbook, and DVD on July 20, 2021. Here are all the details.

Disco Season 3 comes home with 2 hours of features

The thirteen-episode third season of Discovery jumped the show into a whole new era with new characters and a whole new galactic crisis to deal with. The home video release features over two hours of special features:

  • STAR TREK DISCOVERY: THE VOYAGE OF SEASON 3 – Jump to the future with the crew of the Discovery as they discuss the new adventures with writers and producers, and dive into how their visions were realized by the cast, sets, costumes and props.
  • STUNTED – Featuring interviews with cast and stunt coordinator Christopher McGuire, fans get a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the stunts from rehearsal to the expertise required to make them safe, believable and executed to perfection.
  • BEING MICHAEL BURNHAM (Exclusive) – Sonequa Martin-Green takes fans on her season-long journey as Michael Burnham with her personal record of the season and this beloved character.
  • KENNETH MITCHELL: TO BOLDLY GO – Traditionally the man behind the mask in Discovery, Kenneth Mitchell is unveiled as Aurellio in the third season. Featuring cast and crew interviews, this emotional and intimate look touches on Kenneth’s life with ALS. With its first discussion of this on camera, the featurette highlights how Kenneth’s wheelchair was included for his on-screen character, his own take on the various roles he played in Discovery and what those roles mean to the show.
  • BRIDGE BUILDING – Fans have been intrigued by Starship Discovery’s bridge crew for three seasons. Now, they can immerse themselves in all things crew-related in this behind-the-scenes look showcasing the characters and actors who bring them to life each week.
  • WRITER’S LOG: MICHELLE PARADISE (Exclusive) – Showrunner Michelle Paradise provides a personal log about shooting the beginning of season three in Iceland.
  • DELETED SCENES (Exclusive)
  • GAG REEL (Exclusive)

Blu-ray, Steelbook and DVD

You can pre-order the Blu-ray set for $43.49 at Amazon.

The limited-edition Blu-ray Steelbook can be pre-ordered from Amazon for $51.99.

You can also pre-order the DVD set for $37.49 at Amazon.


Reminder: Lower Decks season 1 arrives next week

The first season of Star Trek: Lower Decks arrives on home media on May 18th. You can pre-order Blu-ray edition at Amazon for $24.99. The limited-edition Steelbook Blu-ray set can be pre-ordered at Amazon for $29.99. And the DVD edition can be pre-ordered at Amazon for $25.99.

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I would definitely buy this, if they show the whole season in one big fat episode! :P

Why are they putting seatbelts on couches this summer? Stardate: July 2021

Like the steelbook design.

Same, it’s really sleek!

Will the dvd have the same features as the blu-ray? I know they sometimes don’t,but hoping this one does.

I just want to watch That Hope Is You Part 1 & Part 2 and skip all the crap inbetween

When is the digital release? I’ve got season 1 and 2 of Discovery and Picard season 1, i rarely buy physical releases anymore and no i don’t do subscription services. If the wait is significant i may just get the blu ray.

Anything on a 4k blu ray release?

I don’t believe any of the shows were released in 4K. Unfortunately, television hasn’t really made that jump quite yet. But the next film (whenever that may release) will likely be released in 4K.

With that said, I have watched past blu-ray releases on a 4K TV and I think they still look spectacular :)

They aren’t filming or finishing in 4K at this moment, according to all the available public info which is limited. I’ve only being able to find out what the resolution for Picard and Disco season 1 was, neither were 4K. Disco Season 1 was 2.8K raw format and Picard was 3.4k. Both appear to have been finished at 2K res. But i’ve only been able to confirm that for Picard from the IMDB.

The HDR versions appear to be 2K masters. Of course these shows are filmed digitally on the Arri system ARRI Alexa and ARRI Mini.

I don’t see any mention of languages or subtitles… if the current trend continues (like the short treks and picard season 1 blu rays), tehy will not have any spanish language and/or subtitles… wish I knew why !!!!
Also, in Amazon Lower decks appear as pre sale, but Discovery season 3 appears as out of stock with no further information