This Week in Sci Fi TV: Star Trek: Discovery Gets a Launch Date, a Watchmen TV Series is in The Works, and More

After multiple delays and some behind the scenes shake-ups, the newest entry in the Star Trek television franchise finally has a target launch date. Discovery will have its debut on CBS on September 24th, then the rest of the show’s first season will stream on CBS All Access. One episode per week of the fifteen-episode season will be released through November 5th, before going on hiatus. And then the show will resume in January with a weekly release of its remaining eight episodes.

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Prior Week Posts:

June 16th: The Cylons Had No Plan, Nathan Fillion Joins Lemony Snicket, Black Mirror Heads to Print, and More

June 9th: Cowboy Bebop To Get Live Action Series, Stargate: Universe Headed To Comics, a Misfits reboot And More

June 2nd: Netflix Cancels Sense8, Tales from the Crypt Gets Sent Back to the Tomb, Sci Fi TV Development News, and What Ever Happened to Diana Prince?

May 26th: Trailers for Game Of Thrones, Orphan Black, The Strain, and more; a Supernatural / Scooby Doo Cross-over; Twin Peaks Gets Lost in Peak TV; and More