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Star Trek, one of the most iconic and influential global television franchises, returns 50 years after it first premiered, with Star Trek: Discovery. The series will feature a new ship, new characters and new missions, while embracing the same ideology and hope for the future that inspired a generation of dreamers and doers.

Watch the explosive trailer for the next chapter of the Star Trek franchise. Star Trek: Discovery premieres September 24th on CBS All Access.

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1The Vulcan Hello42:48USD 1.99Download
2Battle at the Binary Stars38:28USD 1.99Download
3Context is for Kings47:59USD 1.99Download
4The Butcher's Knife Cares Not for the La49:24USD 1.99Download
5Choose Your Pain46:40USD 1.99Download
6Lethe44:37USD 1.99Download
7Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad46:50USD 1.99Download
8Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum40:50USD 1.99Download
9Into the Forest I Go46:58USD 1.99Download
10Despite Yourself48:21USD 1.99Download
11The Wolf Inside48:49USD 1.99Download
12Vaulting Ambition37:20USD 1.99Download
13What's Past Is Prologue43:00USD 1.99Download
14The War Without, the War Within48:55USD 1.99Download
15Will You Take My Hand?45:12USD 1.99Download
16This Season On Star Trek: Discovery02:10Download
17Get a Behind-the-Scenes Look At Star Tre03:08Download
18How Star Trek: Discovery's Mirror Univer03:53Download
19How the Klingons Were Reimagined for Sta03:02Download
20Here's How Star Trek: Discovery Brings I01:30Download
21Composer Jeff Russo On Scoring Star Trek01:50Download
22Star Trek: Discovery's Visual Effects Cr02:03Download
23See Star Trek: Discovery Props Go from S02:41Download
24Here's How Star Trek: Discovery Designed01:31Download
25Michelle Yeoh Takes the Captain's Chair 02:54Download
26Star Trek: Discovery Cast and Crew Discu02:12Download

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Conald-is-a Scourge-on-humanity
Conald-is-a Scourge-on-humanity
23 August 2019

Once ST fans that still had some shred of the most basic human decency are now jackboot licking scum who have become new far-right radial extremists and fascists !!

22 August 2019

This comment section is a prime example of a bunch of nerds bashing things they haven't even given a chance like yall are miserable people goddamn! this show is great don't listen to these cry babies in the comments.

Mary Bethune
Mary Bethune
24 August 2019

Without faith, nothing is possible. With it, nothing is impossible.

Jorge Delucas
Jorge Delucas
14 August 2019

Star Trek end on Voyager for me. The rest is trash!

Wedge W
Wedge W
24 July 2019

Now, compare this with the Picard trailer.

23 July 2019

Am I crazy, or did the music for this trailer use to be a remix of "I'd Love to Change the World" ???

Jack Sparrow
Jack Sparrow
19 June 2019

So many girls on discovery! Wtf? Nice! Can't wait to get there.. options options options! Too bad over half are not interesting in the slightest and pushing an agenda. Day one I'm getting locked in the brig...

5 star

I’m digging it. Lots of folks are geeking out over this and over analyzing it and that’s fine. To each their own. I feel that this was a solid step in the right direction to revive this franchise and I’m extremely happy to see it back.

5 star

Any honest Trek will tell you that most Trek shows don’t start off well, in fact, many of the beloved Trek shows’ first seasons have been relatively weak and messy, but what Star Trek Discovery has done is buck against the trend. This first season is one of strongest outings of any Trek show, bar perhaps The Original Series itself. Strong performances, great plot and pacing, as well as stunning visual effects all help elevate the show. You will find some people on here undoubtedly complaining about how it breaks canon and how it is not Star Trek. Firstly, the show does not break canon, nothing that appears in the show ever directly contradicts outright stated canon. Secondly, this IS Star Trek, it’s just in a different format from where it used to be episodic in nature with each episode wrapped up in a nice bow, now we have a long form story with a season long arc where previous episodes’ events have can impact down the line. Star Trek Discovery represents change, a sign of Trek’s own growth with the times, and what is more Star Trek than boldly going into a different way of storytelling and trying something new?

5 star

The connection to the original series combined with the special effects and production quality of this day and age make it something I look forward to watching. I can’t wait until season 3 starts!

Chuck Norris
Chuck Norris
24 August 2019

Chuck Norris uses a live Cobra for a hatband. It stays in place because it's frozen in fear.

19 June 2019

let Star Trk Discovery die. Don't bother with a season 3

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