Enlarge / Nichelle Nichols (left, who played Lt. Uhura in The Original Series) and Sonequa Martin-Green (First Officer Michael Burnham) attend the premiere of CBS’s Star Trek: Discovery at The Cinerama Dome on September 19, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (credit: Todd Williamson / Getty Images News)
Get yourself to a viewscreen: Sunday, September 24, 8:30pm ET is the moment that Star Trek fans have spent years waiting for.
The first episode of Star Trek: Discovery will broadcast on traditional television (your local CBS station) as a way to kickstart the series before it moves over entirely to CBS All Access, the company’s nearly-three-year-old paid online video service.
According to CBS, after the first broadcast of Episode 1 airs (“The Vulcan Hello”), the first two episodes will be made available on CBS All Access.

A one-week trial is free, otherwise the service costs $6 per month or $10 per month with an ad-free version.

All Access is available on all mobile platforms, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, Fire TV, and more.
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