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Watch the ‘Star Trek: Picard’ Premiere Marathon for Free Right Now on Pluto TV

CBS All Access started 2020 off right with the new flagship series Star Trek: Picard; read our own Haleigh Foutch‘s review here. But that’s not the only place you can check it out. Today, Pluto TV–a ViacomCBS subsidiary–will be airing a marathon of the streaming series’ premiere, so you can watch 24 hours of Jean-Luc Picard (PatrickStewart). But just in case you miss that marathon today, Pluto TV will also be airing the premiere episode nightly through February 5th as a lead-off title for a programming block starting at 8pm.

The timing of this news is interesting, especially since I just wrote about how the newly re-merged company ViacomCBS could be quite the contender to other streaming services if they unite their vast content pool under one banner. But this is another example of how, yeah, they’re not doing that. Pluto TV is the megacorp’s free streaming service and it’s now, briefly, a home to (paid subscription service) CBS All Access’s major new release title / premiere episode, Star Trek: Picard. This is actually a pretty savvy move because audiences can check out Star Trek: Picard to hopefully get hooked on the CBS All Access while sampling out what else the free service of Pluto TV has to offer.

Details follow below:

Star Trek: Picard’s Schedule on Pluto TV’s Sci Fi channel (Ch. 60) is as follows:

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