A lot of fans are eager to see the release of Star Trek: Discovery, but the series has been getting multiple delays ever since it was announced. Fans shouldn't worry though, as the developers behind the series are apparently very happy with the way production is going.
When asked about the release date by Vulture, CBS Interactive president Marc DeBevoise said that he was simply "not stating" when the show will come out. He did have this to say about the production, though:
"It's going great, I've actually been up there [to the set]. It is, you know, phenomenal. It is huge. And we're very excited about the content, the creators, the actors, all coming together. As you said, we're not tied to any specific release date. It'll be there when we're ready to do it, and when we feel it's in a great place. We're not worried about anything here. We're excited, and we'll have more specifics as we get closer to what will likely be the release dates."
Originally set to come out May 2017, Star Trek: Discovery has met delays after original showrunner Bryan Fuller chose to step down from his position and focus on his work on American Gods. Given DeBevoise's enthusiasm, however, it looks like we're ready for a whole new generation of Star Trek.
Hopefully Star Trek: Discovery starts airing this fall.