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Updated Discovery Scheduling Revealed

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Star Trek: Discovery will now air as a nine-episode first chapter and a six-episode second chapter, it was announced by CBS All Access. That’s a change from the previously reported eight- and seven-episode blocks. As a result, the final episode of chapter one will now debut on Sunday, Nov. 12. The second chapter, featuring the remaining six episodes, will return in January 2018.

Star Trek: Discovery streams Sunday nights on CBS All Access in the U.S. and Space Channel in Canada. The series streams Mondays on Netflix in the rest of the world.

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I like what i have seen of the series so far and am looking forward to more eps as it continues to find its legs, although it seems to be leaning heavily towards a covert operations (need I say Section 31?) subplot already. I am stoked that there is new Star Trek available, but wish there were more episodes to look forward to. 

Only fifteen episodes with a two month hiatus after a mere nine episodes into the series? I am kind of disappointed in that. Especially considering I am paying for CBS All Access to view this show (most of the other programs I would watch are already available on Netflix). I was really hoping for a 25+ episode season much like other series have given us in years past. Still, I am glad there is Star Trek rather than no Trek at all. 

I just hope CBS produces more eps when they rollout season 2. 

 

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