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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|13||What's Past Is Prologue||43:00||USD 1.99||Download|
|14||The War Without, the War Within||48:55||USD 1.99||Download|
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|21||Composer Jeff Russo On Scoring Star Trek||01:50||Download|
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Star Trek: Discovery, Season 1 Reviews (6,526)
Star Trek is supposed to provide hope for the future. But you keep shooting up the past. Have you thought about filming every episode in black and white, calling phasers "six shooters", and introducing such catchphrases as "draw!" and "reach for the sky!"?
CBS just doesn't get it. Awful shit that needs to go away and forgotten about.
Edison failed 10,000 times before he made the electric light. Do not be discouraged if you fail a few times.
Oh my God, the dialogue is so cringe worthy....
Picard and janeway are better
@MaddowBlog @JoshAndrews66 Or how about you don't take your child on a trek across the Mexican desert without food…
@conservmillen: She died because of the trek, not because of border patrol. But I get that’s not the point you want people to take from…
@Ajrosner68 @realDonaldTrump They gave her no water after that trek through Mexico, they failed to get her medical…
Our Common Ancestry
Damn, loved the trailer and potential. Too bad I stopped paying for TV and cable 10 years ago.
...RUN.... Away from this show
Gene Rodenberry must be spinning in his grave with this one. The show is lost in the time warp of mid-1980's PC. And, gosh oh golly, they actually used the "F" word twice! How sophomoric and insulting to the past quality of the franchise. Let this one quickly be lost in the Badlands...
Can’t wait for season 2
I wasnt sure what to think when I first saw it. It was different sure, but different doesnt always mean bad. If I had one major complaint, I really do not like the redsigns of the Klingons, dont know if that has been addressed. There were some other hiccups in the story in my opinion, but it was pretty enjoyable, and I would watch more of it.
When Chuck Norris points a gun at you you're actually safer
So many dislikes on the trailer... The show turned out good, except for the fact that it was a CBSAA exclusive, which kind of ruined the whole thing.
Star Trek: Discovery, Season 1 Wiki
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