But there’s good news for ‘Picard’ and Prime International.
Tony and Laurie also cover the latest news on the Section 31 show.
CEO Bob Bakish says Star Trek is “working” for Paramount+; talks up ‘Discovery’ season four numbers.
ViacomCBS has listened to international fans, and has been working hard to give them options.
“We’re building out the Star Trek franchise,” says David Nevins.
The launch of ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ has Brian Robbins and Alex Kurtzman thinking of the big screen.
The studio moving to bigger focus on Paramount+.
TOS, ‘Voyager,’ and ‘Enterprise’ leaving Netflix USA could just be the beginning.
Ireland, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, and Austria are also getting ‘Prodigy’ on Paramount+.
10 Star Trek movies left Paramount Plus in August.
A future that could include a Worf-centric comedy.
And ViacomCBS has announced a restructuring focused on streaming.
The future of Star Trek’s streaming home could see more changes.
Star Trek has a new streaming home.
Comedy Central is also airing the pilot of ‘Star Trek: Lower Decks’ on Wednesday.
A new spot highlights the franchise’s themes.
The “expedition” including Star Trek characters reaches the top of Mount Paramount.
Sonequa Martin-Green from ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ leads new promo
Another promo for the new streaming service highlights the coming series ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.’
Patrick Stewart narrates them too.
The streaming home of the Star Trek Universe on TV is being rebranded and relaunched.
Star Trek featured prominently in today’s investor presentation.
The home of Star Trek is getting a new name in the USA, and some markets internationally.
On September 8th expect news and announcements about Star Trek’s future.
The ViacomCBS streaming service is set to be relaunched and rebranded in 2021
There are also new details on Tarantino’s Trek project.
Some good streaming news for ‘Star Trek: Picard’ Season 2, but maybe not for ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’
Content from BET, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, and Smithsonian Channel added to the home of new Star Trek.
The ViacomCBS ad-supported streaming service is adding a number of CBS shows.
We also have an update on the growing #TrekkiesTogether fan campaign.