Pluto TV Adds Star Trek: Picard For Free for a Limited Time




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Star Trek: Picard

Pluto TV is now airing the first episode of the CBS All Access original series Star Trek: Picard on their free service. Pluto shared the news on their Twitter account this morning. Check out their tweet, below.

Following the non-stop marathon, for one week only, Pluto TV will air the episode as part of a primetime block on Pluto TV Sci Fi, all for free. Here’s the upcoming schedule for the Pluto TV Sci Fi channel:

  • 1/30 – Star Trek Picard, 24-hour Marathon of debut episode
  • 1/31 – 8 PM – Star Trek Picard, Invasion of the Body Snatchers
  • 2/1 – 8 PM – Star Trek Picard, The Giver
  • 2/2 – 8 PM- Star Trek Picard, The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus
  • 2/3 – 8 PM – Star Trek Picard, The Librarian: Quest for the Spear
  • 2/4 – 8 PM – Star Trek Picard, The Librarian: King Solomon’s Mines
  • 2/5 – 8 PM – Star Trek Picard, The Librarian III

ViacomCBS has reported that they’ve seen a record number of signups this month, partially a result of the popularity of this new series. Star Trek: Picard premiered last week, on January 23rd. The series will air new episodes weekly on CBS All Access.

Right now, you can watch the first episode for free, on repeat for 24 hours on Pluto TV. You can also catch the first episode for free on CBS All Access until February 5th. The streaming service again shared the news in a tweet.

ViacomCBS owns Pluto TV and has commented that they have plans to use the free service to promote CBS All Access. Airing the first episode of this fan favorite new series is a great first step.

Pluto TV is a free streaming TV service with over 100 channels. With the Pluto app, you’ll get news, sports, movies, TV shows, viral videos, cartoons, and more. Pluto TV has both live and on-demand content.

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