A few days ago the agreement between Viacom CBS and Netflix ended, which means that the fourth season of Star Trek: Discovery It will not be available on the platform as before. But that doesn’t mean it will come out of the streaming, as it is coming to Pluto TV and Paramount Plus.
The official announcement says that the series will have international availability and can be seen in all countries where Paramount Plus is officially located. The first two chapters will be released on December 26, while the following will arrive on a weekly basis.
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Star trek discovery It can be seen on Paramount Plus in Australia, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, Ecuador, El Salvador, Finland, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Dominican Republic, Sweden, Uruguay and Venezuela.
Meanwhile, the series will be on Pluto TV in Germany, Austria, Spain, France, Italy, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
The output of Star Trek: Discovery Netflix has to do with Paramount’s strategy, which wants to bring its Paramount Plus service to more markets and users around the world. And to capture new subscribers, nothing like offering your original productions exclusively, such as Discovery that until recently was part of the Netflix catalog.
Star Trek: Discovery It started in 2017 and has had such a good reception that it has already been extended for several seasons. The series has received nominations and won several awards both related to its staging and special effects, as well as for the representation of minorities, costume design or the quality of its performances.