Star Trek Beyond CBS was delayed due to football
Sunday night, Star Trek Beyond It will make its TV broadcast debut As part of CBS’s Sunday Night movies, but some fans looking to see the 13th movie Star Trek appear on the small screen will have to wait a little longer than expected. On Sunday, CBS alerted fans that due to the prolonged running of the NFL games, the rest of the evening’s programming would change slightly with Star Trek Beyond It starts a little more than half an hour later than expected at 8:37 PM EST / 7:37 PM ET in select cities in the Eastern and Central time zone. Affected areas are eastern Minnesota, Wisconsin, Cleveland and Miami.
“Due to soccer overrides, the CBS Sunday Primetime schedule has been delayed in identifying cities for the Eastern and Central Time Zone,” a graphic shared by the official CBS Tweet Twitter account read with the same tweet provides details. Check it out for yourself below.
Because #NFL Long run game times and fresh start for # CBS It appears on Sundays only in the following regions: MN East, Whisk, Cleveland, Miami # 60 minutes 7: 37ET / 6: 37CT #CBSMovieNight 8: 37ET / 7: 37CT “Star Trek Beyond” pic.twitter.com/jTjv4VGGJo
– CBS Tweet (@CBSTweet) November 2, 2020
Released in 2016, Star Trek Beyond It is the thirteenth and third Star Trek movie in the universe an all-encompassing alternative to the Star Trek series named Kelvin Timeline. You can see the official film summary from CBS below.
“From director Justin Lin and producer JJ Abrams comes one of the best action films of 2016. He is sent on a rescue mission to the most distant regions of space, where Krall (Idris Elba), a ruthless enemy, sets up the USS Enterprise in a Union ambush. Landing crashes on a world Anonymous hostile, Captain Kirk (Chris Pine), Spock (Zachary Quinto), Lt. Aura (Zoe Saldana), Dr. Bones McCoy (Karl Urban), Scotty (Simon Page), Solo (John Chow) and Chikoff (Anton Yelchin) separate without any “A way to escape… Only Jaylah (Sophia Boutella), the rebel space warrior, can help them reunite and find a way out of the planet in a race against time to stop the deadly Kraal. From waging an all-out galactic war.”
Shortly before the theatrical release of Star Trek Beyond, A sequel has been announced by Paramount Pictures that will see Chris Hemsworth return as George Kirk, Captain Kirk’s father. However, in the years that followed, development in the project slowed as both Hemsworth and Pine walked out of the project, due to contract disputes. Development in this segment is still changing, but there are three different Star Trek films under development separately, including one Noah Hawley movie that will introduce an entirely new Starfleet cast.
Star Trek Beyond It airs tonight, Sunday, November 1 on CBS. The film was originally scheduled to be shown at 8 PM ET but will be delayed to 8:37 PM EST in eastern Minnesota, Wisconsin, Cleveland and Miami.
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