Science lovers who want to “go boldly where no one has gone” now may enjoy the new “Star Trek: Discovery” season. The Paramount+ streaming service now offers three episodes of all 13 seasons.
“Star Trek: Discovery” starts its tale ten years before the original series “Star Trek.” The program centers on the USS Discovery crew exploring the cosmos. Sonequa Martin-Green is known as the scientific expert of the ship Michael Burnham, a human reared according to volcanic customs. Also starring are Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp, and Mary Wiseman.
Episode three of “Star Trek: Discovery” takes two cliffs after the season and follows the crew in the far future. The new setting will enable the series to portray tales that were before unexplored in the franchise “Star Trek.” The first series of the program premiered in 2017 and the second in 2019. Third season reviews were good and the program now has a cumulative “85% Fresh” rating on the Rotten Tomatoes review aggregation website and a 73% Metacritic rating.
Upgraded by Steven Cohen on 1/7/2021: The wording has been updated in this article to ensure timeliness and inform the public that “Star Trek: Discovery” is currently accessible throughout the third season.
‘Star Trek: Discovery’
Season 1: Of the first episode of Star Trek: Discovery, the events in Star Trek: The Original Series follow a decade ago and follow the crew of the USS Discovery as the conflict between the Federation and the Klingon continues. Stream now on Paramount+ only.
Season 2: In the second episode of Star Trek: Discovery, the crew of USS Discovery will continue to monitor seven strange signals. Season 2: Stream on Paramount+ now exclusively.
Stage 3: In the third episode of the show Star Trek: Discovery, almost 900 years after the Star Trek events, they follow the USS Discovery crew as they go into the future. Stream now on Paramount+ only.
‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Watching
To view new episodes of “Star Trek: Discovery” in the US, you’ll need to subscribe to Paramount+. Paramount+ is a streaming platform featuring exclusive programs, a large library of on-demand movies and live CBS network access.
In one of the two options Paramount+ is available: a limited-commercial or a commercial-free choice. When new users join up, they may get a free seven-day trial.
The restricted business plan costs $5.99 a month or $59.99 annually if the yearly subscription is paid. This package has frequent advertising interruptions during live TV and advertising when watching movies on demand.
The commercial free option costs $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year for those wishing to eliminate the need for advertisements. While live TV is still often advertised with this option, most on-demand programming is ad-free. This means that you may watch “Star Trek: Discovery” without any business interruptions.
A range of mobile devices, media players and smart TVs may download the Paramount Plus app. The service is supported by Apple TV, Fire TV, Roku devices.
Samsung Smart TVs, iOS, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, LG Smart TVs and Vizio Smart TVs. You may also watch Paramount+ on a PC using a web browser.
Even though new episodes of “Star Trek: Discovery” are exclusive to Paramount + in the United States, the program will be aired on Canadian CTV Sci-Fi Channel.
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When are new episodes going to debut ‘Star Trek: Discovery?’
The first series of Season 3 of “Star Trek: Discovery” aired at 12 a.m. PT on October 15, 2020. New episodes were launched every Thursday till January 7, 2021. The third season consists of a total of 13 episodes.
A 4th series is presently being shot for “Star Trek: Discovery,” however a release date was not specified.
On Paramount+, what else can I watch?
Paramount+ has a growing selection of on-demand and live entertainment, beyond ‘Star Trek: Discovery.’
Other original programs specifically produced for this service include “The Stand,” “Star Trek: Picard,” “The Good Fight,” and “The Twilight Zone.” There is also another “Star Trek” series, called “Strange New Worlds.”
Paramount+ also offers an extensive range of over 20,000 on-demand episodes, spanning a variety of current and vintage TV programs and over 150 films. The day after they have premiered on TV, you will be able to watch new episodes of series like “Young Sheldon” or “NCIS” or binge episodes of old favorites like “Cheers” or “I Love Lucy” anytime you want.
At last Paramount+ also enables members to live watch their local CBS network including CBSN, CBS Sports HQ, and ET Live across more than 200 cities throughout the country. Live local CBS streaming includes NFL games in your market.