CBS’s New ‘Star Trek’ TV Series Has a Name, a New Starship and a Cool First-Look Video — Check It Out Here

Jul 25, 2016  •  Post A Comment

The new CBS “Star Trek” TV series, which bows in January, will have the title “Star Trek: Discovery” and will feature the new starship U.S.S. Discovery. You can get a look at the new ship, along with graphics for the series, in the “test flight” clip below.

CBS unveiled plans for the series over the weekend as part of the “Star Trek 50th Anniversary” celebration at San Diego Comic-Con International.

The show, executive produced by Bryan Fuller, will premiere on the CBS broadcast network before moving to the CBS All Access streaming service for its regular run.

The Comic-Con celebration featured a panel moderated by Fuller, with stars from previous iterations of the “Star Trek” franchise, including William Shatner, Brent Spiner, Michael Dorn, Jeri Ryan and Scott Bakula.

Here’s the first look at “Discovery” …


  1. It’s just… wrong.

    And I won’t be watching it for $7 a month, when the rest of the world outside of the US and Canada can see it for free on Netflix.

    Screw you, CBS.

  2. Again, will someone from CBS please clarify if this series will be available on VOD to cable subscribers. I already pay more than enough to Altice USA and CBS/WCBS each month through cable programming and retransmission fees. Spending an extra $7 is double dipping and this trekkie will not pay it, and stop watching other CBS programming. Clarification is needed if anyone from CBS Brodacasting is reading this newsletter.

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