In celebration of Star Trek Day on September 8, leading free streaming television service Pluto TV is airing Star Trek marathons on various channels across the service, including the two channels dedicated entirely to Star Trek.
In addition, Star Trek: Lower Decks will be available all month long, beginning September 1.
On September 8, 1966, the franchise aired for the very first time with “The Man Trap,” the pilot episode of Star Trek: The Original Series. On that day, creator Gene Roddenberry introduced audiences to a world that championed diversity, inclusion, acceptance, and hope. Celebrate that enduring legacy all day and every day on Pluto TV.
Here’s the full information about Pluto TV’s Star Trek Day programming:
- All Day on the Star Trek Channel: Star Trek: The Original Series
- All Day on the More Star Trek Channel: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
- Starting at 6:30pm on Funny AF: Star Trek Day: Lower Decks season 3 marathon
- Star Trek Day Special on Paramount+ Picks: Jerry O’Connell (Star Trek: Lower Decks) hosts a celebration of all things Trek, including 50 years of animation in the final frontier, a look at Star Trek: Discovery and the modern age of Star Trek, and much more!
- Star Trek: Lower Decks season 3 will be available all month long on-demand and on the Paramount+ Picks channel.
Pluto TV’s entire month programming can also be found here.