Something I haven't seen mentioned yet is how the episode structure of Discovery will be affected by the announced addition of commercials on the basic tier of CBS All Access. Instead of being able to have the story flow continuously during the hour, possibly ending in a cliffhanger at the end of the episode, the writers will now need to structure stories more like in traditional (American) broadcast series, depending on how commercials will be presented. I rather doubt they'll be clumped together before or after the episode, where they can be easily ignored. If they're grouped into a few clusters scattered throughout the episode, my assumption is that they'll end each segment with a climax to keep the viewer hooked into staying through the commercials. (David Gerrold had an interesting discussion of story structure around this requirement in one of his behind-the-scenes books, The Trouble With Tribbles or The World of Star Trek. Ten minutes of story, then BANG! a climax. He compared TV screenwriters to cheap hookers, climaxing every 10 minutes...) This very traditional (American) presentation will feel very familiar to fans of all the previous Star Trek series. But it's certainly a departure from the episode structure viewers of most on-line and streaming series have gotten used to the last few years. I know I certainly enjoy watching a story straight through, with no interruptions and no contrived-feeling climaxes breaking up the more immersive continuous story. And even overseas viewers, watching on Netflix with no commercials, will still experience the episodes structured for regular commercial breaks. Do you think this episode structure will be a good fit for a 21st century, modern Star Trek series? Will you find it annoying to have the story broken up into chunks? Or will it just feel like Star Trek has always felt?