"Star Trek" is going boldly where it hasn't gone before with a brand-new edition of the sci-fi TV franchise.

William Shatner promotes the "Star Trek" 40th Anniversary on the TV Land network in Los Angeles, California on August 9, 2006. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

CBS Television Studios said Monday the "totally new" series will arrive in January 2017. But it will be available exclusively on CBS All Access, CBS' subscription streaming video service.

Only a preview episode will be aired, free of charge, on the broadcast network, CBS said.

CBS All Access, which costs $5.99 a month, already offers every episode of all previous "Star Trek" television series. The new "Star Trek" will be the first original series to be developed specifically for U.S. audiences for the service.

No story or cast details were disclosed.

The original "Star Trek" premiered in 1966 and has spawned multiple follow-up series and feature films.


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