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    From Ars Technica:

    First Star Trek: Discovery trailer goes where many Treks have gone before
    Oft-delayed series comes to CBS All Access this fall.

    If you’ve been waiting patiently for Star Trek: Discovery, we have some good news and some bad news (and, I guess, some in-between news). The good news is that the series will make its debut on CBS All Access this fall, and that its order has been expanded to 15 episodes from the originally promised 13 episodes. The neither-good-nor-bad news is that it will be accompanied by a Talking Dead-style post-show discussion show called Talking Trek, which you can watch if you like that sort of thing or ignore if you don’t. And the bad news is that, well, the trailer falls a little flat, especially knowing what we do about the behind-the-camera turmoil (Bryan Fuller, its original showrunner, dropped out of the process partway, and the show was originally supposed to launch this past January).

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    I finally watched the trailer and it did absolutely nothing for me.

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    For me, the trailer just lessened my already tepid enthusiasm for this show.


    “We’ve never lost an American in space, we’re sure as hell not gonna lose one on my watch! Failure is not an option.” – Gene Kranz

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