Free Month of CBS All Access + New ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Character Promos Debut

CBS All Access Free Trial

Leading up to Star Trek: Discovery‘s premiere on September 24th, CBS All Access is offering new subscribers a chance to get caught up on past iterations of Star Trek with a free month of service.

From now through August 18, you can use the promo code STARTREKSALE to get a free month of the CBS All Access service. It’s as easy as that! While the first episodes of Discovery won’t be added to the service until September, it does include every episode of The Original Series, The Animated Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise.

This is the best introductory offer CBS All Access has offered, that we’re aware of, to date.

You can sign up for your free trial of CBS All Access here.

Star Trek: Discovery Character Promos

CBS has unveiled all-new solo character promos for Star Trek: Discovery‘s Captain Philippa Georgiou, First Officer Michael Burnham, Lt. Saru, Captain Gabriel Lorca, and Lt. Paul Stamets.

Check them out below.

Captain Philippa Georgiou

First Officer Michael Burnham

Lt. Saru

Captain Lorca

Lt. Paul Stamets

Boldly Go Promo

Star Trek: Discovery‘s 15-episode first season is set to premiere on Sunday, September 24 at 8:30 PM ET on CBS. Immediately following the first episode’s release, the second episode will be available in the U.S. on CBS All Access, with subsequent episodes released on Sundays. The first eight episodes will run from September 24 through November 5, with the series returning in January 2018.

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  • Niels

    Again, these promotional video’s can’t be viewed outside the United States.
    It doesn’t make sense to put a regional filter on these.

    • nerdrrage

      Netflix has the license to everyplace outside the US and Canada, so whoever is doing the distribution is also doing the promotion. I wish i could see this show on Netflix…

      • Niels

        I understand, but actively blocking promotional (!) stuff feels like acting against your own interests. CBS will gain from a successful international launch as well. Plus it pisses off a lot of fans following official Star Trek News channels.

  • Andrew Krause

    damn it treknews we cant watch these outside of US and i aint serching for them on you tube so you provide the links at least will ya

  • Doc

    So how long before I can get live CBS in my city of Indianapolis? Kind of why I signed up.