CBS to Stream Impactful Star Trek Episodes to Support Black Lives Matter

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This Wednesday, on June 17, CBS All Access invites fans to take part in the #StarTrekUnited where the streaming service will air 15 of the most culturally relevant episodes of Star Trek to support Black Lives Matter. It's a really good move from the company since the franchise has always been known for being a fairly progressive one, from the first show that started in the ‘60s to the current programs that are dominating All Access.

It's not just CBS All Access subscribers who get to have all the fun since these episodes will also be free to stream for one week on CBS.com so now's your chance to see how big of an impact this series has had on people. CBS has also revealed which 15 episodes will be shown as part of #StarTrekUnited.

  • Star Trek: The Original Series, Season 3 Episode 10, "Plato's Stepchildren"
  • Star Trek: The Original Series, Season 1 Episode 25, "The Devil In The Dark"
  • Star Trek: The Original Series, Season 3 Episode 15, "Let That Be Your Last Battlefield"
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation, Season 2 Episode 9, "The Measure Of A Man"
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation, Season 3 Episode 7, "The Enemy"
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation, Season 4 Episode 21, "The Drumhead"
  • Star Trek: Voyager, Season 4 Episode 4, "Nemesis"
  • Star Trek: Voyager, Season 3 Episode 6, "Remember"
  • Star Trek: Enterprise, Season 4 Episode 20, "Demons"
  • Star Trek: Enterprise, Season 4 Episode 21, "Terra Prime"
  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 6 Episode 13, "Far Beyond The Stars"
  • Star Trek: Discovery, Season 2 Episode 6, "The Sounds of Thunder"
  • Star Trek: Picard, Season 1 Episode 1, "Remembrance"
  • Star Trek: Picard, Season 1 Episode 2, "Maps And Legends"
  • Star Trek: Picard, Season 1 Episode 3, "The End Is The Beginning"

As if all that Star Trek goodness wasn't enough to convince you to take part in this, CBS is also pledging to give $1 to a number of Black Lives Matter charities for every tweet that has #StarTrekUnited in it. Why they don't just donate $1 million to a number of charities is beyond me but we suppose they want some social media presence for this. Here's hoping they end up giving a sizable donation.

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Fans can partake in the #StarTrekUnited event tomorrow on June 17.

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