How to watch 'Star Trek: Discovery' Season 3 on CBS All Access — new episodes premiere every Thursday

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Star Trek Discovery on CBS All Access

  • “Star Trek: Discovery” is now streaming its third season on

    CBS All Access
    .
  • New episodes will premiere every Thursday through January 7,
    2021.
  • The sci-fi series stars Sonequa Martin-Green (“The Walking
    Dead”) as Michael Burnham, a crew member aboard the USS
    Discovery.

  • CBS All Access
    costs $5.99 a month with limited commercials, or
    $9.99 per month without commercials.

Sci-fi fans looking to “boldly go where no man has gone before”
can now enjoy the latest season of “Star Trek: Discovery.” New
season three episodes are premiering weekly via the
CBS All Access
streaming service.

“Star Trek: Discovery” begins its story 10 years before the
original “Star Trek” series. The show focuses on the crew of the
USS Discovery as they explore the universe. Sonequa Martin-Green
stars as the ship’s science specialist Michael Burnham, a human who
was raised following Vulcan traditions. Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp,
and Mary Wiseman also star.

Season three of “Star Trek: Discovery” picks up after the season
two cliff-hanger, and follows the crew as they arrive in the
distant future. The new setting will allow the series to tell
stories in a time period previously unexplored in the “Star Trek”
franchise.

The show’s first season debuted in 2017 and a second season
followed in 2019. Initial reactions to the new third season have
been positive, and the show currently holds a cumulative “87%
Fresh” rating on review aggregation website Rotten
Tomatoes
, and a score of 72/100 on Metacritic.

How to watch ‘Star Trek: Discovery’

To watch new episodes of “Stark Trek: Discovery” as they
premiere in the US, you’ll need a
CBS All Access subscription
. CBS All Access is a streaming
platform with exclusive shows, an extensive library of on-demand
titles, and access to the live CBS network.


CBS All Access
is available in one of two plans: a
limited-commercial option or a commercial-free option. New members
can receive a free seven-day trial when they sign up. 

The limited-commercial plan is $5.99 a month, or $59.99 per year
if you pay for an annual subscription. This plan features regular
commercial breaks during live TV, as well as ads while streaming
on-demand titles.

For people who want to avoid having to sit through ads, the
commercial-free plan costs $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year.
While live TV is still subject to regular commercials with this
option, most on-demand content is ad-free. This means you’ll be
able to stream “Star Trek: Discovery” without any commercial
breaks.

The
CBS All Access
app can be downloaded on a variety of mobile
devices, media
players, and smart TVs. The service is supported on Roku players,
Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, Android TV, iOS, PlayStation 4, Xbox
One, Samsung smart TVs, LG smart TVs, and Vizio smart TVs. You can
also watch CBS All Access on a web browser through a computer.

Though new episodes of “Star Trek: Discovery” are exclusive to
CBS All Access in the US, the show is broadcast on the CTV Sci-Fi
Channel in Canada and is streamed on Netflix in other global
markets. 

When will new episodes of ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ premiere?

The first episode of “Star Trek: Discovery” season three
premiered on October 15 at 12 a.m. PT. New episodes will debut
every Thursday at that same time through January 7, 2021. Season
three will include a total of 13 episodes.

If you’re signing up for
CBS All Access
just to watch “Star Trek: Discovery,” you’ll
need to remain a subscriber through the first week of January 2021
in order to catch all the new episodes as they premiere. If you’re
only interested in binge watching the show, you could wait until
January 7 to subscribe in order to watch the entire season at
once. 

What else can I watch on CBS All Access?

Beyond “Star Trek: Discovery,”
CBS All Access
features a growing collection of on-demand and
live content.

Other original shows developed exclusively for the service
include
“Star Trek: Picard,”
“The Good Fight,” and “The Twilight Zone.”
An adaptation of Stephen King’s “The Stand” is set to premiere
later this year, and another “Star Trek” series, titled “Strange
New Worlds,” is also in the works.

In addition to original shows,
CBS All Access
features a huge collection of more than 20,000
on-demand episodes from an assortment of current and classic TV
series, as well as more than 150 movies. You can watch new episodes
of shows, like “Young Sheldon” and “NCIS”, the day after they
premiere on TV, or you can binge episodes of old favorites, like
“Cheers” and “I Love Lucy,” whenever you’d like.

Finally, CBS All Access also allows subscribers to live stream
their local CBS network, as well as CBSN, CBS Sports HQ, and ET
Live in over
200 markets nationwide
. Live local CBS streaming includes

NFL games
that are broadcast in your market.


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How to watch 'Star Trek: Discovery' Season 3 on CBS All
Access — new episodes premiere every Thursday