CBS TV wants Star Trek shows on all the time

The online streaming services CBS All Access and Showtime OTT will reach 8 million subscribers by 2019. This will be a year earlier than projected and might reach 16 million subscribers by 2022.

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5 thoughts on “CBS TV wants Star Trek shows on all the time”

  1. Translation: Discovery sucked so bad, they just want to keep on doing it to reel in more fans who haven’t wised up yet to being total suckers. In other words, it is the Star Wars Franchise x 11.

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  2. Translation: Discovery sucked so bad they just want to keep on doing it to reel in more fans who haven’t wised up yet to being total suckers.In other words it is the Star Wars Franchise x 11.

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  3. Translation: Discovery sucked so bad, they just want to keep on doing it to reel in more fans who haven’t wised up yet to being total suckers.

    In other words, it is the Star Wars Franchise x 11.

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  4. Meh. Speaking personally, I won’t be paying for streaming. I’ll wait for it to show up on Netflix or just get the torrents. I cut the cord to save money not be nickeled and dimed by streaming services.

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  5. Hello . . . you are watching the Star Trek Channel . . . all the trek . . . all the time . . . all day, all night. So keep it tuned right here, to the Star Trek Channel.

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