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For the first time since ended in 2005, is returning to television... sort of. will air on CBS's All-Access streaming service. Follow along for all of the developments, commentary, and trailers.

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Star Trek: Discovery: all the trailers, commentary, and updates for the new TV series


The Verge
152 d ago

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For the first time since ended in 2005, is returning to television... sort of. will air on CBS's All-Access streaming service. Follow along for all of the developments, commentary, and trailers.

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