As Star Trek: Picard prepares to close out Season 1, CBS All Access and Patrick Stewart have a special treat for America. Those who have been waiting for the season to complete to binge it are in luck, because the star of the Jean-Luc Picard adventure has provided Star Trek fans and casual audiences alike an opportunity to watch the entirety of Season 1 absolutely free.
Patrick Stewart shared a code for folks to use on his Instagram, and paired it with an emotional video about the history of Star Trek. Watch the video, and be reminded of just how special it is this sequel series is even happening at all.
As stated above, anyone who uses the promo code "GIFT" at the provided link will be able to activate one free month of CBS All Access. That will be more than enough time to watch all 10 episodes of Star Trek: Picard, as well as all 29 episodes of Star Trek: Discovery. It may be even enough time to jump through a solid chunk of another classic Star Trek series, depending on how dedicated someone is!
Of course, the current hot show on the platform is Star Trek: Picard, which checks in on the retired Admiral 20 years after the movie Star Trek: Nemesis. Jean-Luc Picard is inspired to get back in the saddle when approached by a girl with a very unique situation. That story, which involves Romulans, Synths, and a whole lot of nostalgia is now open for anyone around America to enjoy absolutely free, which is quite a value.
This is especially true ahead of the Season 1 finale, which could possibly feature some pretty substantial changes to Star Trek canon. If the Season 1 ending of Star Trek: Picard is half as climactic as some of the wild season cliffhangers for Star Trek: Discovery, expect the internet to be on fire with speculation and opinions on what this all may mean for the future of Jean-Luc Picard and the Star Trek franchise.
While this deal from Patrick Stewart and CBS All Access is being centered around Star Trek: Picard, it appears the promotion covers everything that's available to watch on the streaming platform. That means an extensive library of CBS programming like NCIS, Big Brother, and Survivor just to name a few. There are also originals like Tell Me A Story, Jordan Peele's The Twilight Zone, and The Good Fight that are just as worthwhile as the critically acclaimed Season 1 of Picard.
Star Trek: Picard's Season 1 finale will debut on CBS All Access Thursday, March 26 at 12:01 PT. Continue to stick with CinemaBlend before and after the finale for updates on the world of Star Trek, and for the latest news happening in television and movies.