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24 November
Following fan outrage regarding Star Trek: Discovery being pulled from Netflix in international markets days before the program's fourth season, CBS announces a deal to make the program available once more. For those markets which already have access to Paramount+, the first two episodes of the program will be released on 26 November, with the remaining episodes being released weekly. For those in which Paramount+ has not yet been launched, the program will be made available via the free streaming service Pluto TV following the same schedule. [1]
17 November
Star Trek: Discovery is pulled globally from Netflix, just days before the premiere of the program's fourth season. Though the program is slated to begin a global rollout in 2022 on Paramount+, for the time being the program has become officially unavailable in markets outside of the United States and Canada. The move sparked anger among many fans. [2]
14 November
It has been reported that actor Gavan O'Herlihy, who played Jabin in the Star Trek: Voyager pilot "Caretaker" has passed away on 15 September, at the age of 70. [3]
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Morga and Jonathan Frakes

Thomas "Tom" A. Morga is a stuntman, stunt actor, and stunt coordinator who holds the record for being the most seen stuntman in Star Trek. Between 1979 and 2005 he appeared in six feature films and all four spin-off television series, doubled main actors and guest actors, and played almost every major race.

Morga also served as assistant stunt coordinator to Dennis Madalone on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: Voyager for fourteen years. This position included fight choreographies for episodes such as "Blood Oath" and the creating of props such as the blade weapons in "Battle Lines". For the majority of his appearances he received no on-screen credits.

Outside of Star Trek, Morga has worked on numerous other films, including Ghost Busters, Alien Nation, Army of Darkness, The Shawshank Redemption, Independence Day, Spider-Man, and all three Pirates of the Caribbean films. His television credits have thus far included Scarecrow and Mrs. King, NYPD Blue, Babylon 5, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Seinfeld. Throughout his career, he has doubled such actors as Bruce Boxleitner, Jeff Goldblum, David Hasselhoff, John Travolta, and Star Trek Nemesis' Ron Perlman.


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