The first season of Star Trek Discovery debuts September 24 at 10 pm, on broadcast CBS. Star Trek Discovery premiered on CBS All Access in 2017 and was exclusive to the streaming service. (See our review of CBS All Access). If you wanted to watch but were hesitant to pay for another streaming service, this is the best opportunity to watch. Every episode of season one will air on CBS, with an episode airing every Thursday at 10 pm. Below is a brief synopsis of our guide to streaming CBS online for those without cable.
6 Ways To Watch Discovery on CBS
Locast is a free way to stream local CBS in quite a few US TV markets . You can read more in our review of Locast. You can try their service by downloading Locast to your favorite supported streaming device or on their website.
TV Antenna – The easiest and cheapest way to watch your local CBS affiliate is by using a TV Antenna. Nearly every television market broadcasts CBS over the air, so all you need is an antenna, and you are enjoying CBS free of charge. Check out our guide on how to choose the best TV antenna for more information.
Hulu Live TV offers CBS in specific markets along with cable TV and broadcast networks. To see if live CBS is available in your area, you can use this tool: Hulu Live TV Channels by Zipcode. You can read all about it in our review of Hulu.
FuboTV is another excellent streaming service that offers live CBS in various markets around the country. Their service provides a 1-week free trial. You can learn more about their service in our review of FuboTV.
DIRECTV STREAM NOW offers live CBS streaming in many markets. CBS is offered in its base package for $55 a month, along with a ton of cable TV and other broadcast networks. They offer a free trial to allow you to make sure CBS is offered in your area. For more information, check out our review of DIRECTV STREAM NOW.
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