Star Trek: Discovery premiered in 2017 and arrived in Spain thanks to Netflix. However, the new episodes of the series will not be in the catalog of the 'Streaming' service, but can be seen free on another different platform.
Pluto TV will offer in open the fourth season of fiction days after its debut in the United States. It is a free television provider through the Internet, which does not require registration or subscription and has advertisements in its programming.
The Spanish fans will be able to follow the aforementioned Pluto TV sci-fi production from Friday, November 26. The thematic channel will emit the first two episodes of this new batch from 9:00 p.m. It will repeat them at the same time on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28, but they will not be available on demand.
Pluto TV published a statement on his Twitter account to announce this novelty in his programming: "We are also SuperFans of Star Trek and we promise to give this saga and their faithful followers all the love and visibility they deserve."
Star Trek: Discovery premiered in the United States as one of the first original titles of the 'Streaming' service CBS All Access, which later became called Paramount +. At the international level, the series was distributed through Netflix, which does not offer it anymore in its catalog.
Pluto TV is part of ViaComcbs, a company behind Skyshowtime. This is a new platform that will disembark in Spain and more than a score of European countries in 2022, offering productions of Showtime, Peacock, Nickelodeon, Sky Studios, Paramount +, Paramount Pictures and Universal Pictures.
The fourth season of Star Trek: Discovery presents Captain Michael Burnham (Sonoqua Martin-Green) and the shipping of the USS Discovery ship dealing with a new threat that has endangered all the galaxy, both inside and outside the Federation . The protagonists must join forces to face an uncertain future, since they will have to travel to places that nobody had ever gone.Updated Date: 26 November 2021, 06:41