Go Watch A Movie
The One Stop Shop For All Things Entertainment!


Tim Miller Shares Photo from ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ Editing Bay, Promises Trailer Soon

Amazon Prime Picks Up UK Premiere Rights To The ‘Star Trek: Picard’ Series

By Kelvin Owens

‘The Orville’ Renewed For Season 3 By Fox

While “Star Trek: Discovery” is a CBS All Access exclusive within the United States, internationally it’s a Netflix series and one of their more popular according to independent studies.

That’s not going to be the case with the upcoming Captain Jean-Luc Picard series however. Today, CBS and Amazon have announced that the upcoming Patrick Stewart-led series will air on Amazon Prime Video internationally.

New episodes will debut in more than 200 countries within 24 hours of each episode’s U.S. premiere. The untitled series also stars Alison Pill, Harry Treadaway, Isa Briones, Santiago Cabrera, Evan Evagora and Michelle Hurd. It is currently slated to air sometime this Fall.

CBS has already proved domestically it’s fine spreading some of this new age of Trek around—one of the two animated series currently in the works, more focused at younger audiences, is going to air on Nickelodeonrather than All Access. Now we know it’s going to be similarly fine internationally...which likely means more streaming subscriptions for Trek fans to keep up with.

Incoming Transmission from @SirPatStew! The untitled “#StarTrek” Jean-Luc Picard series will stream exclusively on Amazon Prime Video in more than 200 countries+ outside the US & Canada and on CBS All Access in the United States. #primevideo @primevideoukhttps://t.co/UgxPFcRyaT pic.twitter.com/gzAZBVe0MR
— Star Trek (@StarTrek) May 13, 2019