Trekkies rejoice! CBS will be offering a free month-long trial for its subscription service CBS All Access, so you will be able to catch shows like Star Trek: Picard and Jordan Peele’s The Twilight Zone while stuck at home due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The announcement was made by none other than Admiral Jean-Luc Picard, Sir Patrick Stewart, himself who took to Twitter to post the news.
CBS All Access plans range from $5.99 to $9.99 per month, though you can also opt for an annual payment. Right now, by simply using the code GIFT when signing up for a new account, you will be able to enjoy a free 30-day trial on the streaming service.
The code will be valid till 23 April 2020.
Aside from CBS, a number of companies have also made their services available for free. This includes Amazon’s Audible who have made their huge library of audiobooks available for free, and Amazon Prime Video who recently made their kids shows free to stream. Disney has also dropped Frozen 2 onto their streaming platform Disney+ and it will be followed closely behind by their newest Pixar release Onward.
Germaine is a fun-sized introvert who loves nothing better than sleeping in on rainy days. She can be found reading fanfiction and manga while still waiting for her Hogwarts acceptance letter. It’ll come eventually.