Star Trek: The Next Generation’s fourth season, which premiered in February, is set to be the series’ final season.
This was announced this morning by CBS All-Access, which said that a second-season, “Star Trek: First Contact” will air on CBS starting June 3.
The show’s third season premiered in September 2016, and the fourth season will debut in May 2021.
The original series ran for seven seasons from 1966 to 1987, and it ran for four seasons from 1987 to 1991.
A new spinoff, the rebooted “Star Wars Rebels,” will air the show’s sixth season in 2018.
CBS All American recently reported that CBS will air Star Trek all-access shows, such as the CBS All Star Baseball, Star Trek and Star Trek Beyond, at the end of the year.
But it’s a different story for CBS All access.
All Access will premiere a new series on Thursday, May 1, in a time slot that was chosen by CBS executives because it will be “an important part of our plan to continue to innovate and develop content.”
This is the first time All Access has picked a time when its content will be broadcast.
“StarTrek is our passion project,” CBS All America president, Scott Aukerman, said in a statement.
“Our passion for Star Trek is rooted in the belief that the Star Trek brand is more than a movie franchise.
The brand is a foundation for creativity, and our mission is to provide our fans with a place to engage and engage with our content.”
CBS AllAccess was launched in September of this year and has become one of the leading sources of Star Trek content.
Its shows are available in more than 20 countries and are available to watch on devices like Android and iOS.
“CBS All Access is a destination for fans to discover the next great Star Trek series, and we want to make it as easy as possible for them to discover it,” CBS President & CEO Nina Tassler said in the statement.
CBS has also said that the series will not be cancelled.
The Star Trek universe is still very much alive and well, and fans will be able to follow its stories through to the end.