Categorised | Internet TV

Tags |

CBS All Access's trailer for Star Trek: Discovery

Posted 9 days ago at 13:19 | Post a comment | Bookmark and Share

CBS All Access is a slight oddity, being a network in its own right making its own exclusive programming yet still being an adjunct of an existing broadcast network, CBS. So it doesn't get a separate upfronts presentation from CBS proper, yet does have its own programmes - but is too small to do much better than TNT and other smaller networks. 

Which is basically my way of saying I'll do CBS programmes in a bit but you can have this shiny trailer for CBS All Access's one new, but highly anticipated programme. International viewers (including the UK) will be able to watch it on Netflix.

Star Trek: Discovery
A prequel to the voyages of Star Trek's USS Enterprise, in which Commander Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) gets her own command of the Discovery. Also features Doug Jones, Jason Isaac and Michelle Yeoh as Burnham’s mentor.

The series will premiere on CBS, with all subsequent episodes available on CBS All Access. It is produced by CBS Television Studios in association with Alex Kurtzman’s Secret Hideout, Bryan Fuller’s Living Dead Guy Productions and Roddenberry Entertainment. EPs are Alex Kurtzman, Bryan Fuller, Heather Kadin, Gretchen J Berg & Aaron Harberts, Akiva Goldsman, Rod Roddenberry and Trevor Roth.

Read other posts about:

Allowable comments

You can leave just about any kind of comment you like. You can argue, suggest I am (or anyone else is) wrong, leaving general messages of love – anything. However, you absolutely can't leave messages that attack other commenters (or me), are simple variations of "your review sucks" or that are misogynistic, racist, homophobic, etc: your comment will either be edited or deleted and you'll be barred from leaving any further comments. We want to keep it civil here.

Spoilers

You can hide a spoiler by putting <spoiler> before it and </spoiler> after it. Hover over a spoiler to reveal it!

Featured Articles

Twin Peaks

Lynch at his best in years