The home of Star Trek is getting a new name in the USA, and some markets internationally.Read More
The podcasters look at what the future holds for (streaming) Star Trek shows.
Take a look at how CBS is promoting ‘Picard,’ ‘Short Treks’ and Anson Mount for Emmy voters.
Star Trek’s streaming home is headed for big changes, with more franchise originals coming.
The podcasters discuss how audience demographics and marketing money shape Trek.
Although he knows Star Trek’s creator would have issues with the conflict between the characters.
Meanwhile, Paramount’s parent company is dealing with the impact of the pandemic crisis.
Chabon is changing roles as his own projects heat up.
Reunited and it feels so good!
Effects of the planned merger may be seen a bit sooner than you think.
The Star Trek franchise will soon be back under one roof.
A deal that would bring the owners of Star Trek back under one roof is closer than ever.
At TCA, Michelle Paradise also explained how the Section 31 show ties in.
It’s looking more and more like it is going to happen this time.
The Star Trek brand is about to get a big shot in the arm.
Joe Ianniello also talked up growth for CBS All Access at home and overseas.
The TV and Film components of the Star Trek franchise could reunite.
We also have an update on Viacom merger talks and a hint at how Picard show may be handled internationally.
CBS is focused on creating more original content for All Access to meet ambitious new growth target.
CBS also revealed the premiere date for Jordan Peele’s ‘The Twilight Zone’ coming to All Access.
The studio is still talking Star Trek while the industry expects a re-merger with CBS.
CBS is touting the success of ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ for their growing streaming service.