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  1. Star Trek: Discovery goes where the series has never gone before Season 3 is a reboot that will appeal to fans and newcomers alike CBS For the first time in nearly 20 years, there are multiple new Star Trek shows you can watch at once. There’s the Next Generation sequel series Picard for those feeling nostalgic; for fans looking to undo a few buttons on their Starfleet uniforms and maybe even drink a beer, there’s the off-kilter animated comedy of Lower Decks. But the series I’m most interested in is Star Trek: D
  2. NY Comic-Con: the Dark Man cometh in first trailer for The Stand miniseries "The Dark Man grows stronger every day. Soon he'll destroy all who stand against him. " James Marsden, Whoopi Goldberg and Alexander Skarsgård star in the new CBS All Access limited miniseries The Stand, based on the Stephen King novel of the same name. It's Stephen King's world; we're just living in it. During New York Comic Con, CBS All Access dropped the first official trailer for its ten-episode limited miniseries of T
  3. Linux Star Trek fans, rejoice: CBS All Access now works in your OS [Updated] There's probably a lot of overlap in the Star Trek↔Linux Venn diagram. Enlarge / No CBS All Access on Linux makes elderly Picard cry. Aurich Lawson / CBS / Getty Update, January 31: After this story went live earlier in the week, an Ars reader reached out to speculate that the problem was most likely due to enabling VMP (Verified Media Path) on CBSi's Widevine server. Verified Media Path, similarly to UEFI Secure Boot, makes certain that content wil
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