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CBS is making Star Trek: Picard Pilot free on YouTube for a limited time

Episode 1 of Star Trek: Picard on Youtube.

CBS has completed the entire first installment of its new series Star Trek: Picard free and open to the public as a YouTube video. This is an opportunity for viewers who are curious about the show to see if Picard It’s worth subscribing to the network’s streaming service, CBS All Access, to see the rest of the series.

The episode on YouTube is the same as the pilot episode that premiered on CBS All Access last week. The second episode of Picard started streaming on CBS All Access yesterday, and the network plans to release episodes with weekly cadence. CBS hasn’t said whether it plans to make more episodes available free on YouTube in the future, but it seems likely.

The description of the video states that the episode will only be available “for a limited time” and will be presented by Geico. However, it does not clarify how long “a limited time” lasts or when the video may become unavailable.

Picard has received generally positive critical reviews so far, but it’s early for the series. The show takes place 20 years after 2002 Star Trek: NemesisThis was the last time actor Patrick Stewart appeared as Picard in a live action on the big screen Star Trek Production. Some cameos have already been recorded by actors and characters The next generation-Epoch Star Trek. Stewart, who is also an executive producer at Picard, said recently that his goal is to see all of the main characters of The next generation in the Picard before the series ends.

The series was also extended for a second season, which is due to premiere in 2021. CBS plans to bring them back Star Trek: Discovery for a third season with a new showrunner, and there are plans for more series in the Star Trek universe, including one that focuses on Michelle Yeoh, who portrays her role as Philippa Georgiou discovery.

We have embedded the full sequence of Picard about.

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