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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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Resistance is not futile

"Scorpion" was the 26th and final episode of the third season of Star Trek: Voyager.

In a region of space, two Borg cubes are seen. They are advancing on their next intended targets for assimilation. Their hail is cut off abruptly as energy beams lash out at the cubes, which are instantly destroyed.

On one of the USS Voyager's holodecks, Captain Kathryn Janeway is running a Leonardo da Vinci holo-program, conversing with a Leonardo hologram in a simulation of the historical figure's workshop. She receives an urgent hail from Commander Chakotay, who urges her to go to engineering to take a look at something.

There, Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres explains that the long-range probe they sent out months ago has stopped transmitting. However, she was able to catch the last few seconds of telemetry, which show a Borg drone's face staring into the viewscreen.

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The computer mouse was first put into practical use on this date in 1968.

Scotty talks to a mouse.

"Hello computer..." - Scotty struggles with a 20th century Macintosh mouse.
(Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

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