The first is a drama called Strange Angel, created by Mark Heyman (Black Swan) with Ridley Scott as one of the executive producers "explores the dramatic intersection between genius and madness, science and science fiction".
Kurtzman said "it became clearer and clearer" that the targeted January debut would "compromise the quality of the show", so it was pushed with the blessing of CBS Chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves.
"We don't necessarily call her the half sister, we tend to refer to her as Sarek's ward or Sarek's nearly foster adopted daughter", said executive producer Akiva Goldsman.
"We are telling a story that we believe in. The craftsmanship here in our entire company, behind the camera and in front of the camera, is nothing short of stellar", said Green.
CBS chose this event to preview a recording of the Star Trek: Discovery theme music scored by Jeff Russo and performed by a 60-piece orchestra. According to the sources, Meyer's new project takes him back to Khan Noonien Singh, the "genetically superior" villain played by Ricardo Montalban in the original series episode "Space Seed" and in The Wrath of Khan, and by Benedict Cumberbatch in the J.J. Abrams-helmed Star Trek Into Darkness.
Set 10 years prior to the five-year mission of the Enterprise in Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: Discovery follows the adventures of Starfleet on their missions to discover new worlds and new lifeforms, and one Starfleet officer who must learn that to truly understand all things alien, you must first understand yourself.
Executive producers Alex Kurtzman and Akiva Goldsman discussed the decision to set Discovery during a time of war between Starfleet and the Klingons, a concept which could be seen as controversial by some fans considering Gene Roddenberry's belief that humanity would mostly have outgrown such impulses in the future. CBS also announced their CBSN 24-hour news network will be available on CBS All Access starting this week.
From the creators of "The Good Wife", Robert and Michelle King, THE GOOD FIGHT's first season is now available to stream on CBS All Access, and the series will return for a second season in early 2018 with an expanded season order of 13 episodes.