Up for a little scare? On Monday, CBS All Access renewed the new version of The Twilight Zone for a second season. Never far from a trend, Netflix has recently premiered a whole tomb full of scary shows including one launched just last Friday: Chambers. It stars Uma Thurman and Tony Goldwyn and it is
Captain’s log Stardate Thursday, January 17. Star Trek: Discovery boldly sets sail for a second shot-in-Toronto season. Fourteen new episodes will premiere on CBS All Access in the States and on specialty channel Space and the french-language Z in Canada. Canadians can also stream it on Crave. Netflix has rights in over 180 other countries.
Here’s some news that came Over The Top and straight from the top: CBS CEO Leslie Moonves told industry analysts Thursday that the Eye network’s CBS All Access streaming service will cross the border into Canada in June. That is indeed an eye opener. The subscription based service has exceeded expectations so far, said Moonves.
Last month I boldly went — along with about 40 reporters representing outlets from all over the planet — onto the set of Star Trek Discovery. The series –originally booked to launch last January — finally takes off Sunday at 8:30 pm ET/PT on both CTV and CBS. A second episode airs right after in
Set phasers for stun! CBS Television Studios announced Monday that they are boldly going forward with an all-new Star Trek series. Lift off is set for January, 2017. There will be a special preview broadcast on CBS, then the premiere and all subsequent first-run episodes will be available in the U.S. on CBS All Access,the