Sunday, September 24, 2017

STAR TREK DISCOVERY DAY

Star Trek DISCOVERY grand debut on CBS all access and Netflix is today. So if you want to discover what all the excitement is all about, check out CBS digital press kit at Trekcore



How can you watch Star Trek Discovery?

CBS All Access subscribers can simply download the CBS App on their mobile device, Roku Player, Apple TV, Chromecast, Android TV, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, or Fire TV.

Or you can visit cbs.com/star-trek-discovery to begin your trek journey through the stars.

The series will be broadcast by CBS Studios International on Netflix in 188 countries and in Canada on Bell Media's Space channel and OTT service CraveTV.

Do you want to see STD? Warp over to Rotten Tomatoes and cast your vote...

Live long and Prosper

13 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I'll watch the pilot but that will likely be all I get to see.

L. Diane Wolfe said...

CBS is going to regret their decision to put it on their All Access channel.

nashvillecats2 said...

Have a great time watching....not over here yet.

Yvonne.

Spacer Guy said...

Discovery is being marketed as Star Trek but questions will be asked afterward. Michael Burnam as the main character... roaming free to engage in her desires. "We target its neck and cut its head off" What does this mean?

Elephant's Child said...

Enjoy.

Liz A. said...

They're actually showing it on CBS, too. Tonight? I think. Not sure if I want to see it when I won't have access to the rest of the series. (I won't be shelling out for their pay service. Not yet, anyway.)

Tony Laplume said...

Loved it. Totally rewarding for long-time fans (though I guess it's now impossible not to irritate some of them, but I try not to worry about that anymore), if they get what Burnham is experiencing in the first two episodes.

A Beer For The Shower said...

I've heard some good things and some bad (namely, the Klingons) but I'll be watching soon to make up my own mind. Hoping it lives up to the expectations.

Susan Kane said...

Haven't checked its availability on our service, but I'm guessing that we can get it.

As a long time Trekkie, I hope it is strong enough to hold onto people like me.

Spacer Guy said...

I know what you mean guys - the shows got so much potential.

Manny Kent said...

Oh dear oh dear what have they done? Why is it that everything that the millenium generation touch turns into urban liberal effluent? A absurd hysterical exercise in gender transposition as a first officer supposedly schooled on Vulcan by Spock's father who would have Spock turning in his grave and a crew not fit to adorn the underside of Kirk's boots. Worst of all a captain who has the personality of a lettuce and the destruction of the glorious Klingon heritage that had been so gloriously crafted in the 20th Century with such ridiculous monstrous caricatures of their forebears, The lack of any real continuity in this exercise in Hollywood self indulgence is an insult to the Star trek mythology.

The Original Series is classic, Next Generation sublime, Deep Space Nine magnificent, Voyageur wonderful, the films both old and new largely superb and even Enterprise added to the legend but this? It is nothing more than a pathetic reflection of the broken generation of cloned liberal eloy now inheriting the 20th century's legacy. On the basis of the first two episodes this travesty of a show will be lucky to see out the first series!

Charles Garnier said...

I was there to see the first original Star Trek episode and have been an avid fan to this day. However, I abhor the use of foul language and personal liberal agenda in Fantasy and Sci_fi. Seeing it now enter into Star Trek breaks my heart. It's a different world, but it is certainly not for the better. Enjoy the future, I'll stick to the reruns.

Charles Garnier said...

I was alive to see the first episode of the original Star Trek and was an avid fan ever sense. It breaks my heart though to see the unnecessary infusion of profanity and heavy liberal agenda in this new series--none of which will add positive virtue to the overall story line. It's fine that the developers want to change the Klingons to some monstrous race along with other character changes to show us how talented the staff are with today's technological tools. However, if the series wants to cater to profane language, a focus on abhorrent sexual practices, and offer the fans an over-the-top liberalized agenda, then this one is not for me. I'll delete it the same way I've recently deleted other SciFi shows from my list of "super" series I previously enjoyed.

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