Star Trek fans have been eagerly awaiting the next movement from the beloved utopian universe. With its most recent television iteration, Star Trek: Enterprise, having ended more than a decade ago now, anticipation is high for the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery. With only a brief teaser trailer and production interviews to go off of, little is known about the upcoming series, though it will take place between the timeframe of Enterprise and the original series.
Discoveryis controversially set to debut exclusively on CBS’ new All Access streaming service. The service costs $5.99 a month and currently has around 1 million subscribers. A commercial-free option was recently announced, which will cost $9.99.
Via Variety,Star Trek: Discovery was originally supposed to launch in February of 2017, but will now be pushed back to May. CBS’ new spinoff of The Good Wife will now be moving into the February slot. The reason? Discovery needed more time to incubate.
据Variety报道，《星际迷航：发现 》原本说好要在2017 年2 月推出，但将现在推迟到5 月。CBS《傲骨贤妻》的衍生剧将改在二月推出。为什么呢?因为《发现》需要更多的时间来“孵化”。
Star Trek: Discovery Pushed Back to May 2017
Netflix’s “Bloodline” will end after Season 3, Variety has confirmed.“’Bloodline’ season three will be the show’s final season,” Netflix’s vice president of original content Cindy Holland said in a statement released to Variety.
The series has been cancelled following its 2017 run, with its third season set to consist of 10 episodes. A premiere date for the final season has yet to be announced. “Bloodline” is produced by Sony Pictures Television, and it’s unclear whether the studio will shop the drama around following its conclusion on Netflix. The show films in Florida, where its first and second seasons were covered under the state’s entertainment tax incentives, but Florida opted to discontinue its credits program this year, making the series a more costly proposition moving forward.