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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|2||Battle at the Binary Stars||38:28||USD 1.99||Download|
|3||Context is for Kings||47:59||USD 1.99||Download|
|4||The Butcher's Knife Cares Not for the La||49:24||USD 1.99||Download|
|5||Choose Your Pain||46:40||USD 1.99||Download|
|7||Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad||46:50||USD 1.99||Download|
|8||Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum||40:50||USD 1.99||Download|
|9||Into the Forest I Go||46:58||USD 1.99||Download|
|10||Despite Yourself||48:21||USD 1.99||Download|
|11||The Wolf Inside||48:49||USD 1.99||Download|
|12||Vaulting Ambition||37:20||USD 1.99||Download|
|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|
|15||Will You Take My Hand?||45:12||USD 1.99||Download|
|16||This Season On Star Trek: Discovery||02:10||Download|
|17||Get a Behind-the-Scenes Look At Star Tre||03:08||Download|
|18||How Star Trek: Discovery's Mirror Univer||03:53||Download|
|19||How the Klingons Were Reimagined for Sta||03:02||Download|
|20||Here's How Star Trek: Discovery Brings I||01:30||Download|
|21||Composer Jeff Russo On Scoring Star Trek||01:50||Download|
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|24||Here's How Star Trek: Discovery Designed||01:31||Download|
|25||Michelle Yeoh Takes the Captain's Chair||02:54||Download|
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Star Trek: Discovery, Season 1 Reviews (6,512)
Never send a woman to do a man's job.
Great series. I love how season two is tying up with "The Cage."
There is no great genius without some touch of madness.
I remember when this trailer had different music, what happened?
Garbage. They must have some real Morons at CBS, although I wouldn't be surprised. TV execs have been fucking up potentially good programming for decades. This moron kurtzman has pretty much single handedly destroyed a beloved franchise with this way over done CGI SJW propaganda piece of shit. Forget about the bad writing and bad acting, there are fan films on YouTube that are better written then this tripe. When are the execs at CBS gonna pull their 5cent heads outta their asses and get a clue before they fuck up Picard as well. I'm thinking they are enjoying the view too much.
Anyone else find it annoying a 95lb chick is supposedly defeating a warrior race of superhuman armored battle hungry Humanoids in Hand to hand combat? I get the whole "women are strong" PC culture but could they at least make it somewhat believable? We get it, white males are evil except if your gay, can we make a watchable Trek again? All previous Star Trek's had men of unbreakable morals, strong, dominate, positive role models to strive to become. The very best of humanity. Now they are portrayed as the villains or something to overcome. To be PC they completely missed what Trek is all about.
Someone is looking for a cash grab on this crap. I will wait for it to be on Netflix
I love this show. I can’t get enough.
im not a “Trekkie” but i love Star Trek...and this is the best series of them all
Max Headroom is the result of Chuck Norris kicking Duke Nukem's ass.
Season one sucks!!!
Star Trek: Discovery, Season 1 Wiki
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