I'm a little apprehensive to bring this topic up as I'm actually pretty satisfied with CBS All Access being the home for new Star Trek. But I can't help but think putting Discovery, Picard, and all the future live action shows on a cable channel somewhere would benefit the new shows and increase their popularity just simply by making it more accessible. How many times have you read "I ain't paying to see Star Trek when I already pay $XX per month for cable!" on the Facebooks or Twitter or whatever? The Paramount Network is the one that I really think makes the most sense. It used to be Spike, which used to be TNN, and if you remember TNN/Spike at one time was airing about 1,315 (give or take) TNG/DS9/VOY episodes per day. I know when they re-branded as 'The Paramount Network', they said they wanted prestige programming with a rural setting (like Yellowstone), but they're showing things like John Wick, Bar Rescue and Cops, so I don't think Trek would be a stretch. Plus, with the Viacom/CBS merger, The Paramount Network becomes a sister subsidiary to CBS All Access, making it more likely. It really makes the most sense. CBS All Access can still be the exclusive 'streaming' home to 'new' Star Trek - but on cable, The Paramount Network is where you would turn to. And if anything, Star Trek feels like it BELONGS on anything branded 'Paramount' just based on tradition. BBC America and IFC also comes to mind as they seem to air a lot of TOS/TNG/VOY episodes during the day. But they're also owned by a competitor. Not sure if CBS would want to ship out 'new' Trek to a competitor. Just my three cents. I really do struggle with keeping my Threads short. Thanks to those who actually read this far, whether or not if you agree with the post. =) Moderator(s): I wasn't 100% sure where to put this. I seriously considered just putting it in the general Star Trek forum, but since it deals with how 'future' Trek would be released, I put it here. Apologies if that was an error of judgement.