Preview ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Episode 507 With New Images, Trailer And Clip From “Erigah”

The second half of the fifth and final season of Star Trek: Discovery continues on Thursday with the seventh episode, and we have details, new photos, and a clip WITH SPOILERS.

Episode 7: “Erigah”

The seventh episode of the season, “Erigah,” was written by M. Raven Metzner and directed by Jon Dudkowski. It also features the return of a familiar face, Rachael Ancheril as Nhan. The episode debuts on Paramount+ on Thursday, May 9.

Synopsis:

With Moll and L’ak finally in custody, the Federation is pulled into a diplomatic and ethical firestorm when the Breen arrive and demand they be handed over. Meanwhile, a frustrated Book looks for ways to help as Tilly, Adira, and Reno work to decipher the latest clue.

Co-showrunner Michelle Paradise previously teased this episode saying, “Tense and unexpected.”

NEW photos:

Rachael Ancheril as Nhan (Michael Gibson /Paramount+)

David Ajala as Book and Rachael Ancheril as Nhan (Michael Gibson /Paramount+)

Tig Notaro as Jett Reno (Michael Gibson /Paramount+)

Blu del Barrio as Adira, Tig Notaro as Jett Reno, and Mary Wiseman as Tilly (Michael Gibson /Paramount+)

Eve Harlow as Moll (Michael Gibson /Paramount+)

Mary Wiseman as Tilly and Anthony Rapp (Michael Gibson /Paramount+)

Blu del Barrio as Adira, Tig Notaro as Jett Reno, and Mary Wiseman as Tilly (Michael Gibson /Paramount+)

Blu del Barrio as Adira, Tig Notaro as Jett Reno, and Mary Wiseman as Tilly (Michael Gibson /Paramount+)

Sonequa Martin-Green as Burnham and Wilson Cruz as Culber (Michael Gibson /Paramount+)

Mary Wiseman as Tilly and Blu del Barrio as Adira (Michael Gibson /Paramount+)

Blu del Barrio as Adira, Tig Notaro as Jett Reno and Mary Wiseman as Tilly (Michael Gibson /Paramount+)

Tig Notaro as Jett Reno (Michael Gibson /Paramount+)

David Ajala as Book (Michael Gibson /Paramount+)

Episode trailer

Clip

You can see a clip from “Erigah” from the latest episode of The Ready Room below

The fifth and final season of Discovery debuted with two episodes on Thursday, April 4 exclusively on Paramount+ in the U.S., the UK, Switzerland, South Korea, Latin America, Germany, France, Italy, Australia, and Austria. Discovery also premiered on April 4 on Paramount+ in Canada and will be broadcast on Bell Media’s CTV Sci-Fi Channel in Canada. The rest of the 10-episode final season will be available to stream weekly on Thursdays. Season 5 debuted on SkyShowtime in select European countries on April 5.


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Gonna miss Tilly and Jett.

I bet that it ends with the former foes joining forces to battle a stronger enemy — the Breen.

I’m loving Reno’s little lab setup there and I’m liking that vest on Doctor Culber.

Nhan and Reno! Excellent. I’m glad the writers finally remembered there are characters besides Burnham and Book.

;)

Oh yeah the Breen is involved and Nhan is back!!! I can’t wait now!

Enjoyed the last episode, but I feel Discovery was catching its breath and now we’re gonna GO! Really looking forward to this one.

Although the last few episodes haven’t really excited me I did listen to TM last podcast and Anthony sounded very excited about this one and said big things happens in it so really looking forward to it now!

Can’t wait to see the Breen in action as well!

Definitely need more Jett Reno before the season’s done.

YES!! Tig is so cool and her character is a winner every time she’s on screen.

Cool. Another Bottle-Show.

Reno heavy episode? Can’t wait

It’s interesting what Kurtzman said about Michelle Paradis being the showrunner. He mentioned how meticulous she is. It shows, and it hurts this season. She delegated all sorts of individual tasks to the writers. One writes one scene, and somebody else writes another one. It’s why some of the eps feel so disjointed.
If I had to guess, her skill at being meticulous was to produce the episodes within or below the budget.
Some of the things Kurtzman talked about regarding Trek’s need to be authentic. Firstly, I’m a fan of DSC. Authenticity has been S5s biggest problem.
There is too much focus on Moll and Laak and not enough on the DSC crew.

Do you have specific quotes from people to back this up? If not, that is a lot of supposition about how she works and the writer’s room operates.

I have to agree there and I think Paradise generally sicks as a showrunner.

I don’t disagree with some of his overall points about the season itself but we have no idea how the season was written out.