Just days before the start of the fourth season of Star Trek: Discovery, ViacomCBS withdrew the series from fans around the world. The only exceptions: USA and Canada. the scene flared up Artists showed solidarity And streaming service Paramount Plus had a bad reputation even before its international launch. Now the media company withdrew. to allow Netflix to re-stream the series in 190 countries — but that hasn’t let itself go away. The solution is a bit more complicated.
globally for four years – now only in a small circle
The Trekkies, who were deprived of the full series a few days before the long-awaited start of the season, reacted angrily. Some said they would now illegally use the increased energy to see results. After all, Viacom had announced that the series would be brought back to the home screen a year or more before the global launch of Paramount Plus. But not in 190 countries, but 45. In Germany, Paramount streaming should reach people’s homes through Sky in 2022. But now everything is falling apart.
First on Paramount Plus
A message from the franchise on the website and social media networks read “We love this series too” and “Star Trek has always put its fans first. We want to do the same.” Then she explains the New Testament. Logically, nothing will change for the United States and Canada: you may already be enjoying it. In countries that have Paramount Plus, the first two episodes of the new season will be released on November 26 – a day after the second episode aired in the USA and Canada. It applies to: Australia, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Finland, Guatemala, Honduras, Colombia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Sweden, Uruguay and Venezuela.
In Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, ViacomCBS will air episodes every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 9 p.m. local time via the free streaming platform Pluto. It also belongs to the American group. Also, a broadcast is to be broadcast on the Star Trek channel on Pluto in Great Britain, Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The platform is better known for its old film and series content.
Star Trek Discovery for Digital Shopping
ViacomCBS will also offer the series on “selected digital platforms” starting November 26 in some regions. Germany is one of them apart from Russia, South Korea, France and Great Britain. The company does not specify which providers. Presumably they are the ones who sell the series digitally, including Amazon Prime and Apple. The statement concludes: “We promise this franchise and its loyal fans all the cosmic love and visibility into our expanded universe at Paramount+.”
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