CBS said the premiere ofStar Trek: Discoverypushed its CBS All Access over-the-top subscription service to a record for most subscriber sign ups in a single day.
Star Trek: Discoveryhad its premiere on CBS in primetime Sunday (September 24). Episode 2 is available exclusively on CBS All Access. Future episodes ofStar Trek: Discoverywill be made available on Sunday nights after 8:30 p.m. ET.
CBS said previously it had the most signups for CBS All Access the day CBS aired the 2017 Grammy Awards.
The company said CBS All Access also had its best week and month with the launch ofStar Trek, the kick off of the NFL on CBS on its local live feeds and the season finale ofBig Brother.
CBS All Access viewers can also watch a post-Star Trektalk show discussing the episodes,After Trek.
CBS has not been specific about how many subscribers it has for CBS All Access and for its direct-to-consumer version of Showtime.
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