I remain quite a big fan of Star Trek, so I’m fascinated by the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery because, frankly, we haven’t had weekly Trek on the tube for quite a long time now.
We’ve been wondering when the premiere for Star Trek: Discovery would happen. This morning, CBS released that date, and it is a lot sooner than we thought it would be.
Though Star Trek Discovery is plagued by problems, hangups and delays, CBS has released a new video giving us our first look at the sets and costumes from the show.
Titan Comics has announced it has reached a deal with CBS Consumer Products to bring more Penny Dreadful tales to fans around the world in a new series kicking off in 2017.
Word out of H’wood has producer Bryan Fuller leaving the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery from CBS.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced it has worked out a deal with CBS Consumer Products to produce new comic books based on the Mighty Mouse and Charmed television properties.
Star Trek fans may be freaking out a bit more than usual today after CBS announced it is bumping the new Star Trek: Discovery series from a January 2017 launch to May 2017.
If you plan on watching CBS’s Star Trek Discovery series, you’re going to have to plunk down $5.99/month to do it. If you want to watch it commercial free, you’re going to pay even more.
Back in the ’80s there was nothing better than MacGyver. Well, okay, there was the A-Team, Charlie’s Angels, Dallas, Dukes of Hazard, but when it came to mixing science with action, the mullet headed MacGyver was the joy of my youth, and the bane of my physics teacher. CBS is reviving the franchise this fall, and has cast Lucas Till in the Richard Dean Anderson role. The first trailer for the series has dropped, and… well… you’ll just have to see it for yourself.
At first, the announcement that Netflix had secured an exclusive deal with CBS to stream the upcoming Star Trek series 24 hours after release, seemed like a joyous bit of news, but when it comes to charging you for your hard earned monies, CBS wants it more.