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Pluto TV

Pluto TV is an American internet television service owned by ViacomCBS. Based in Los Angeles, California, Pluto TV is a free, advertiser-supported video on demand service that primarily offers a selection of programming content through digital linear channels designed to emulate the experience of traditional broadcast programming. The service's revenue is generated from video advertisements seen during programming within ad breaks, again structured to emulate the experience found on conventional television.

In July 2020, Pluto TV launched a full-time Star Trek-themed channel. Initially airing Star Trek: The Next Generation and a few Star Trek films, the channel promises that "more Star Trek series [will be] added later." [1] [2]

In November 2021, following the sudden removal of Star Trek: Discovery from Netflix in all markets ahead of its fourth season, Pluto TV became the exclusive broadcaster of the program in markets in which Paramount+ has yet to roll out. The service will premiere the first two episodes of the fourth season on 26 November, 2021, with additional new episodes releasing weekly. In Austria, Germany and Switzerland, the program will also release as a simulcast on Pluto's Star Trek channel. [3]


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