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Matt Mira is the host of After Trek.
Star Trek: Discovery is gearing up for its return to the small screen by releasing the main title sequence ahead of CBS' Sunday night premiere. It will run from September 24 until February 18, 2018. If you don't have CBS All Access already, you can watch "Star Trek: Discovery" with a free, one-week trial.
In other words, they hope that Discovery will keep the Star Trek TV brand living long and prospering. The premiere episode will be broadcast live at 11pm ET.
If you live outside of the US and Canada watching Star Trek: Discovery is really straightforward.
"Of course, we would prefer the world to be in a more peaceful, less fraught place, but it certainly is giving us plenty of inspiration, for lack of a better word, in the writers room", says Berg who with Harberts has previously worked on everything from the soapy Revenge to the quirky Pushing Daisies with original Star Trek: Discovery showrunner Bryan Fuller.
Hopefully at least some of these mysteries will be solved when the first two episodes drop on Netflix next Monday - as if we needed more reasons to be excited.
After Trek will also be available on Netflix outside the United States of America and Canada. Central, although times may vary according country and service used. Then scroll to the end of this article and take the poll, letting us know what you thought about the new opening sequence.
The show stars Sonequa Martin-Green (First Officer Michael Burnham), Jason Isaacs (Capt. Gabriel Lorca), Michelle Yeoh (Capt. Phillipa Georgiou), Doug Jones (Lt. Saru), Anthony Rapp (Lt. Paul Stamets), Shazad Latif (Lt. Ash Tyler), Wilson Cruz (Dr. Hugh Culbert), James Frain (Sarek) and Mary Wiseman (Ensign Sylvia Tilly).