New Star Trek TV Show Teaser Promises "New Heroes, Villains, and Worlds."
The long-running sci-fi franchise returns to TV in 2017.
Star Trek is heading back to TV screens next year, and the first teaser for the new show has been released. Details on the upcoming series are few, but this short promo does reveal a logo and suggests that it will stand apart from the franchise's previous series and movies. Check it out below:
Earlier this month it was reported that the show would start production in the fall, and will shoot in Toronto, Canada. Although the title, cast, and broadcast date are yet to be announced, former Hannibal showrunner Bryan Fuller will oversee the series, alongside Alex Kurtzman, who co-wrote the last two movie adventures.
While the first episode will be broadcast on the CBS network channel, all subsequent episodes will initially screen on the company's All Access digital subscription service, making it the first show to launch on a broadcast network but air primarily on a VOD service.
The last series in the franchise was Star Trek: Enterprise, which ran for four seasons between 2001 and 2005.
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