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    ^ We're sorry, the content is only viewing for Canada. Screw me....

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    ^ Dang! I wondered if that might be the case.

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    Much as I wanna see it, I ain't paying for it. If the whole season comes out on DVD I'll probably buy it.

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    I'll probably wait until the season ends, subscribe for a month to watch all of Discovery and Picard, and then cancel it. I just don't want another streaming service. I plan on doing the same thing with Disney when the latest Star Wars movie hits it.
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    I thought Picard was excellent as well. Hit all the marks and Spiner and Stewart picked up their roles like they had never been away. The writing is sharp and I liked the new characters. Well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerjo View Post
    subscribe for a month to watch all of Discovery and Picard
    Discovery is on Netflix while Picard is on Amazon prime. But you do not really need to see Discovery, unless you like Fantasy action drama set in space. It has nothing to do with the Star trek canon.

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    I enjoyed the Picard premiere. I was impressed at the level of production quality throughout the episode. They really went all in. I won't say that this is next level awesome, but it's already better than most of the Next Gen movies.

    I haven't gone back and watched Discovery yet, but I will. I have low expectations there.


    Quote Originally Posted by thedunno View Post
    Discovery is on Netflix while Picard is on Amazon prime. But you do not really need to see Discovery, unless you like Fantasy action drama set in space. It has nothing to do with the Star trek canon.
    In the US, the only way to watch is to subscribe to CBS All Access.
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    Just saw the first episode of Picard on Youtube......gratis.
    Pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vic2012 View Post
    Just saw the first episode of Picard on Youtube......gratis.
    Pretty good.
    Me too, on CBS.com, and I'm definitely in. Does anyone know if CBS.com will make each episode available on a delayed basis or if the pilot was just a one-time teaser?
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    ^^ My guess is it was a teaser. The site I watched the pilot from is showing episode two but with a padlock, requiring entering one's service provider account details. I don't subscribe to any television service so I'll have to await the dvd's, if they even are available in that format eventually.

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    I'm done buying DVDs, so for me it's either plump for the CBS All-Access or wait until Hulu, Netflix or Amazon picks it up. As much as I enjoyed the pilot, I'm not sure I want to wait. The hook is set pretty deep...
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    My wife and I borrow dvds from our local library. It's free and they have a decent inventory. We've been watching Handmaid, Crown, Stranger Things and a host of other series this way for years.

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