CBS Makes Star Trek: Picard Pilot Free On YouTube 'For a Restricted Time'

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Iwastheone shares a report from Ars Technica: CBS has made the whole thing of the primary episode of its new sequence Star Trek: Picard freely and publicly accessible as a YouTube video. This is a chance for viewers curious in regards to the present to see if Picard is value subscribing to the community’s streaming service, CBS All Entry, to observe the remainder of the sequence. The episode on YouTube is identical because the pilot episode that premiered on CBS All Entry final week. The second episode of Picard started streaming on CBS All Entry yesterday, and the community plans to launch episodes at a weekly cadence.

CBS has not mentioned whether or not it plans to make different episodes accessible without cost on YouTube sooner or later, nevertheless it appears possible. The outline for the video says the episode will solely be accessible “for a restricted time” and that it is offered by Geico. It doesn’t, nonetheless, make clear how lengthy “a restricted time” is or when the video would possibly turn out to be unavailable.

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