What If ‘Star Trek’ Were Free?

Even after seven television series and thirteen movies, Star Trek’s existence is always precarious. The failure of a show like Star Trek: Enterprise, saved once from cancellation after its second season, kept Star Trek off television for a generation. Now, with Discovery airing behind the CBS All Access paywall, it’s the Star Trek movie series that…


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One Response to What If ‘Star Trek’ Were Free?

  1. Michael John Scott Reply

    March 6, 2018 at 12:52 pm

    I’m not a Trekkie, at least not in the colloquial sense, but I do enjoy most Star Trek shows, with latest being Discovery. No doubt CBS turned off a lot of fans because they were requiring a subscription of $11 a month to get access to all their programming, without commercials. Didn’t turn me off. Certainly not at that price.

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