As part of a sequel to the CBS All Access original series, Star Trek: Discovery, the streaming now has a new Star Trek-related series called Star Trek: Picard, which simply being referred to as “Picard.”
Picard premiered on CBS All Access last week and to increase the viewership, get more people interested in it and possibly get more subscribers to CBS All Access, ViacomCBS has made the move to put the first episode of Picard on Pluto TV, another streaming service that ViacomCBS owns and manages.
The first episode of the series is being aired all day on Pluto TV’s SCI-FI channel that can be found on channel 661. It is also in the “Featured” section of the channel guide.
After today, the first episode of the series and the rest of the episodes will air only on CBS All Access.
Along with a 10-episode first season, Picard has already been renewed for a second season from CBS.
CBS All Access costs $5.99 a month for the ad-supported tier and $9.99 a month for the ad-free version. The show and all of the other CBS All Access shows are available to stream in the CBS app that is available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.
In addition to that, Pluto TV is a free streaming service that is advertiser-supported and is available to stream on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and the Mac. In fact, the service does actually have an app in the Mac App Store, unlike most services where users of them have to stream the content from the browser like Safari, Google Chrome or Firefox.