Classic ‘Star Trek’ Films Return to Streaming on November 1st – Review Geek
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Earlier this month, the 10 original Star Trek films exited Paramount+, the “home of Star Trek.” The unexpected beam out left many Trekkies wondering where their favorite movies would rematerialize and when. Now, we know that Captains Kirk and Picard, along with their respective Enterprise crews, will return to streaming on HBO Max starting November 1st.
TrekMovie reports that the move to Warner Brother’s platform is part of a licensing agreement that predates Paramount+’s formation in 2021. When the terms of that arrangement expire, the films will likely return to Paramount+ to rejoin the rest of the Trek family.
Deals like those between Paramount and Warner Brothers (the owners of Paramount+ and HBO Max, respectively) are common in Hollywood. However, with the streaming wars raging, owners of big franchises like Star Trek will likely hold their intellectual property more closely for exclusive content on their streaming platforms.
The 10 classic Star Trek films include Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979), Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn (1982), Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984), Star…
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