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Star Trek: Picard series detailed: Here’s what we know so far

Star Trek: Picard series detailed: Here’s what we know so far

Nearly a year ago, CBS confirmed plans to release a new Star Trek television series that would focus on actor Sir Patrick Stewart in his role as Captain Jean-Luc Picard. A name for the series was not provided at the time, but the company is finally back with more details, revealing that its upcoming show will simply be called Star Trek: Picard.

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Stephen King’s ‘The Stand’ mini-series heading to CBS All Access

Stephen King’s ‘The Stand’ mini-series heading to CBS All Access

Popular Stephen King novel The Stand will be transformed into a mini TV series, according to CBS. The company plans to release the show on its streaming platform CBS All Access, the current destination for Star Trek: Discovery and the upcoming The Twilight Zone reboot. This won't be the first King work to get a streaming service adaption; his Castle Rock and 11.22.63 are both on Hulu.

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Twilight Zone reboot premieres on CBS All Access in April

Twilight Zone reboot premieres on CBS All Access in April

Back in December 2017, CBS revealed that it would be rebooting The Twilight Zone for its modern audience, something we later learned would involve Jordan Peele as both executive producer and host. After years of effort, CBS will finally be launching its revived hit show on April 1 with a two-episode premiere, though fans will need a CBS All Access subscription to stream them.

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CBS Super Bowl LIII broadcast will include 8K and augmented reality

CBS Super Bowl LIII broadcast will include 8K and augmented reality

CBS has announced big plans for its Super Bowl LIII broadcast, including 8K cameras and the use of augmented reality. The network will have 115 cameras at the game, with "multiple" of them being 8K cameras intended for "dramatic close-up views" of the game action, according to the company. This will be the first time any US network has used 8K cameras to present the game.

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CBS All Access ‘Interrogation’ crime series can be watched in any order

CBS All Access ‘Interrogation’ crime series can be watched in any order

CBS All Access has announced an upcoming true crime show called Interrogation that can be watched in any order. Every episode will be based on a real police interrogation; the first season will have nine episodes as well as a proper season finale. Unlike some true crime series, CBS says its upcoming show can be watched in any episode order.

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The Twilight Zone reboot gets Jordan Peele as host and narrator

The Twilight Zone reboot gets Jordan Peele as host and narrator

Late last year, CBS revealed that it will be rebooting The Twilight Zone with plans to make it exclusively available on CBS All Access. The reboot will retain the same iconic name as the original, offering a blend of fantasy, horror, and science fiction that explores human nature and offers social commentary. In a new teaser video, CBS revealed the show's new host.

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CBS All Access adds offline downloads for ad-free subscribers

CBS All Access adds offline downloads for ad-free subscribers

CBS All Access, the network's on-demand and livestreaming service, is adding an offline downloads feature called Download & Play. The new option is similar to the offline downloads available on Netflix, meaning that only some content can be saved for offline viewing. However, CBS All Access also has another restriction tossed into the mix: you have to pay more.

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CBS Sports will stream Super Bowl LIII on mobile, no sign-in required

CBS Sports will stream Super Bowl LIII on mobile, no sign-in required

Football fans will soon have unprecedented access to Super Bowl LIII, at least when it comes to streaming, according to CBS Sports. The network will offer the upcoming Super Bowl game on its website and through its mobile app, no authentication needed. The network will also be streaming its broadcast coverage of the game on CBS All Access.

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Captain Picard is back: Patrick Stewart confirms new CBS Star Trek series

Captain Picard is back: Patrick Stewart confirms new CBS Star Trek series

Captain Jean-Luc Picard is to return, with Sir Patrick Stewart again to star as the iconic Star Trek character in a new series. The show, as-yet untitled, will be made for CBS All Access, with Stewart confirming the news today on his Twitter account and in an announcement at the Star Trek convention.

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Star Trek: Short Treks mini-series brings four episodes to CBS All Access

Star Trek: Short Treks mini-series brings four episodes to CBS All Access

We've previously heard rumors that CBS planned to expand its Star Trek content, but nothing official was stated. That changes today with the announcement of Star Trek: Short Treks, a new series that will be available through CBS All Access, the network's subscription service. The new series was announced at San Diego Comic-Con and is confirmed to have four short episodes.

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CBS All Access mobile NFL game streaming starts this season

CBS All Access mobile NFL game streaming starts this season

CBS All Access subscribers will be able to stream NFL games on their mobile devices starting this upcoming fall, the company has announced. The new streaming option is made possible via the company's extended agreement with the NFL, which adds mobile streaming rights onto the package. The new streaming pact is good through 2022.

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Star Trek reboot with Patrick Stewart as Picard tipped at CBS

Star Trek reboot with Patrick Stewart as Picard tipped at CBS

Patrick Stewart may return to Star Trek under a new deal that revives his The Next Generation role. Sources talking about the alleged show claim Alex Kurtzman, who has renewed his contract with CBS, is working with Akiva Goldsman on the reboot. Even better, the sources claim that Patrick Stewart may return to the rebooted series in his role as Captain Jean-Luc Picard.

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