CBS All Access, the streaming service by ViacomCBS just released Star Trek: Picard series. The episode one of this new flagship series is now available to watch for free on Youtube. The offer is only for a limited amount of time. It is an opportunity for those who are curious and want to take a glimpse of this new series and still contemplating on getting yet another streaming service subscription care of CBS All Access.
Star Trek: Picard is about Jean-Luc Picard, the USS Enterprise Captain with Patrick Stewart reprising his role. It is set 14 years after Captain Picard retired from his post in the Starfleet. Set in the idyllic setting of a vineyard in the French countryside, Picard lives along with his canine companion, a Pitbull. His peaceful life is disrupted with a new adventure rebooted when a young woman named Dahj (Isa Briones) found Picard bringing along with her a brand new mission on hand.
Two new episodes are now available for streaming on CBS All Access. Star Trek: Picard is also given a go signal for a second season set to premiere in 2021 along with another Star Trek series called Star Trek: Discovery.
Watch Star Trek: Picard Free on Pluto TV
On top of the free Youtube streaming for the first episode, Pluto TV also offers a 24-hour marathon of the series. Pluto offers free streaming video service supported by ads and is also a subsidiary of ViacomCBS. Pluto TV airs several episodes of this groundbreaking new series on its Sci-Fi channel (Channel 60) until February 5 after the 24-hour marathon on January 30.
Here is the Star Trek: Picard’s Schedule on Pluto TV’s Sci Fi channel:
- 1/30 – Star Trek Picard, 24-hour Marathon of debut episode
- 1/31 – 8 PM – Star Trek Picard, Invasion of the Body Snatchers
- 2/1 – 8 PM – Star Trek Picard, The Giver
- 2/2 – 8 PM – Star Trek Picard, The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus
- 2/3 – 8 PM – Star Trek Picard, The Librarian: Quest for the Spear
- 2/4 – 8 PM – Star Trek Picard, The Librarian: King Solomon’s Mines
- 2/5 – 8 PM – Star Trek Picard, The Librarian III
CBS All Access Subscription
If you have decided to give CBS All Access a try, it will cost you $6/ month for an ad-supported version of the service. Ad-free service is at $10/month. This might be a cool addition to your Hulu, Disney Plus or Netflix subscription.