We have a good for Patrick Stewart fans. The actor is coming back with his iconic role of Jean-Luc Picard in the upcoming series Star Trek: Picard. For this trip, Stewart and Picard are firmly going into the streaming era.
Unfortunately, the series won’t be released on television in most of the regions. Now a question would arise in your mind as to how you will watch this fantastic show. You would not be able to see Star Trek: Picard on television in most regions.
Where Do You Live
It all depends on the place where you live because the series will be released on different dates.
Star Trek: Picard will be released first on television. New episodes will be aired on Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. P.T. If you drop the broadcast, new episodes of Star Trek: Picard will be ready to stream through the Crave streaming service the following day. The service also hosts Star Trek: Discovery and Star Trek: Short Treks in Canada.
In the United States
The viewers in America will be able to watch new episodes of Star Trek: Picard before anyone else. New episodes become accessible to stream on CBS All Access on Thursdays. You need to sign up for a CBS All Access, and a new episode will be expecting you and your every week.
When CBS All Access says Thursday, it implies as soon as its Thursday everywhere in the country. New episodes will be going live at 3:01 a.m. ET/12:01 a.m. PT. CBS All Access subscriptions cost $5.99/month with advertisements and $9.99/month without advertisements.
In addition to browser streaming, the CBS All Access application is accessible for Android devices, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Chromecast, Vizio, and on various other devices. As a bonus, after subscribing to CBS All Access you will be receiving the access to the entire Star Trek streaming library.