Discovery In Star Trek Timelines

Angelo Anderson
September 23, 2017

CBS All Access costs $5.99 per month. But come October, in Star Trek Timeline's Discovery: A New Anomaly mega-event, they will see "more crew, more ships, and more stories into the game" from the new show.

Guests on the first show will be Sonequa Martin-Green (First Officer Michael Burnham), James Frain (Ambassador Sarek) and Star Trek: Discovery executive producer and co-showrunner Aaron Harberts.

"Star Trek: Discovery" premieres September 24 at 8:30 p.m. on CBS.

"After Trek will serve as the ultimate weekly forum for Star Trek fans with in-depth discussions and recaps of the latest Star Trek: Discovery episode".

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CBS will premiere the show on Sunday, using the network exposure as a tease meant to drive people to CBS All Access, its subscription streaming service. While watching, fans will be able to "engage" with the show via social and other interactive elements by using the hashtag #AfterTrek.

By leveraging "Trek" in this fashion - to the chagrin of some fans - CBS is essentially mirroring the strategy that Paramount employed in the mid-1990s, when it used "Star Trek: Voyager" as the cornerstone of its then-fledgling network, UPN.

Launched just this week, Version 3.0 of Star Trek Timelines includes a completely revamped user interface for Ship Battles, a new Ship Battle rewards system, plus the new Voyages feature that allows players to send crews out on long-duration missions into the unknown.

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