As streaming services increase in numbers on what feels like an almost daily basis, it's becoming harder and harder for them to find ways to stand out. When Disney launched Disney+, they could rely on well known in house brands to get them over, such as Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, National Geographic and their own incredibly deep backlist. Quibi has not had the same luxury.
Taking things a step further, more and more old school networks have launched their own proprietary streaming services. CBS All Access has managed to build a name for itself in recent years thanks to the always popular Star Trek franchise.
Their first series was Star Trek: Discovery, set a decade before the adventures of Kirk's Enterprise on a prototype ship called the Discovery. CBS followed this up with Star Trek: Picard which continues the story of Jean-Luc Picard. Both series have new seasons on the way. Additionally, CBS All Access has at least two more series in the works, Star Trek: Lower Decks and Star Trek: Section 31 starring Michelle Yeoh.
But Star Trek has been making TV shows, movies and more since 1966. There are an incredible number of opportunities for more series, mini-series and movies for CBS All Access.