STAR TREK DISCOVERY, Spike TV, Ramsay Gordon and More...

Star Trek Discovery pulled in almost 10 million viewers on CBS for its premiere. Of course CBS plan to get people to pay for their streaming service that no one else wanted, worked, where a bunch of Trek fans ponied up for the streaming service setting records to the number of sign ups for a day and month.

With me, as much as I wanted to watch the show, I steered clear of it. There was no reason to watch that first episode if I could not catch the rest of the series without paying for it. I do not need an extra monthly fee to watch TV. I pay enough as it is.

But that's just me.

Any way, good plan CBS. It worked.


Remember, Spike TV is rebranding itself to The Paramount Network starting on January 18th, and to celebrate that change, their first show they will broadcast will be Lip Sync Battle, then a six-part series called Waco.

Huh, Lip Sync Battle? That's their lead-in to their new personality? Huh.

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Netflix renewed BoJack Horseman for a fifth season.

Chicago PD had it's off-network rights acquired by USA and Oxygen networks.

Fast N’ Loud will return to Discovery on Monday, Oct. 16.

Fox ordered a new Gordon Ramsay show, Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell & Back. It will be an eight-episode series where Ramsay will try and save a failing restaurant, within 24 hours.

The Daily Show on Comedy Central got a five year extension, letting the show run on off into the 2022 season.

The Great American Baking Show will return to ABC for a third season.

Freeform ordered a spin-off of Pretty Little Liars, called Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists, which will star Sasha Pietese and Janel Parrish.

Mark Hamill, Lena Headey and David Bradley have joined the voice cast for the  second season of Netflix's animated series, Trollhunters, a story from Guillermo del Toro.

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