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'Trek's' tight ship: The new series makes hush-hush CBS debut before flip to streaming

"Star Trek" is back, you may have heard on your subspace communicator, in the shape of a television series for the first time since "Enterprise" completed its four-year mission in 2005. There have been movies since, running on their own timelines, with different people, but to my mind "Star Trek" requires the authority of a TV cast and crew. So welcome back to your home medium, Esteemed Franchise.

"Star Trek: Discovery" is the latest chapter of a tale whose telling began half a century ago; like the last few series, it

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