By Jamie Lovett – April 4, 2020 05:46 pm EDT Share 0 Comments 0 ✖ Jeff Russo is an Emmy-winning and Grammy-nominated composer known to Star Trek fans for his work on Star Trek: Discovery. This year, he expanded his reach in the Star Trek universe by scoring the first season of Star Trek: Picard. Outside of the Star Trek franchise, his work spans film, television and video games. He won an Emmy Award and received two more nominations for his on FX’s award-winning series Fargo, created by Noah Hawley. He received a BAFTA nomination for Best Music for the video game What Remains of Edith Finch. Last Year, he received a World Soundtrack Award nomination for “TV Composer of the Year 2019.” With the first season of Picard now behind him and the third season of Discovery on the horizon, Russo spoke to ComicBook.com over the phone about his work in the Star Trek universe. He touched on Picard, the past and future of Discovery, and discussed what separates and connects the two shows. He also spoke a bit about other Star Trek projects like the upcoming pilot for the Star Trek: Section 31 spinoff and Hawley’s upcoming Star… Read full this story
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