Star Trek: Discovery opens with a wonderful title sequence

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To promote the show, a "spaceship" created to resemble the show's USS Discovery was flown over New York City on Saturday night.

Just hours ahead of the highly anticipated series premiere, CBS All Access has released Discovery's opening credits.

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Star Trek is about to return to television for the first time in over a decade, and fans surely won't want to miss it. The USS Discovery then banked right at the George Washington Bridge and returned to make another pass over the New York City skyline.

Which is why Gretchen J. Berg and Aaron Harberts, two of the executive producers on Star Trek: Discovery (available on Netflix) think now is the flawless time for the return of a weekly dose of the humanist space fable. The theme song, composed by Jeff Ruso, takes cues from Star Trek: The Original Series.

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The first episode of Star Trek: Discovery will be viewable everyone in the USA that can view the traditional linear CBS network, available on cable TV, satellite TV, over-the-air using an antenna, and on any device that is able to stream the network through a TV service provider such as PCs, tablets, media players, and mobile devices. If you don't have CBS All Access already, you can watch "Star Trek: Discovery" with a free, one-week trial. After the on-air premiere, it will also be available on CBS All Access.

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