Star Trek: The Next Generation: Sirens of The Dead is set to debut in early-to-mid 2017 as the show prepares to move to the new home of Discovery on the CBS All Access streaming service.
The sci-fi thriller is a follow-up to the original 1987 Star Trek series, which aired from 1979-1983.
The film follows a group of scientists investigating the mysterious death of a young girl.
The episode, which premieres on CBS All-Access on January 8, will feature guest stars like Kate Mulgrew, Richard Ayoade, and Mark Lenard.
“We are excited to have Sirens Of The Dead join Discovery as it takes the place of ‘Songs of Andorra’ and ‘The Doomsday Machine’,” said CBS AllAccess President, Dave Howe.
“Star Trek is a family, and this is an incredible opportunity to share stories and experience with audiences of all ages.”
Star Trek fans who have seen previous episodes of Sirens can now see the new trailer below.
Star Trek Discovery is slated to premiere in 2017.
The new trailer is below.
The cast of Star Trek is as follows: Kate Mulgrough – Kate Mulgrave (Kirk) as Lieutenant Gulen, Sargon the Wise (Viktor Rama) as Chief O’Brien, Patrick Stewart (Chekov) as Commander Sulu, Patrick Dempsey (Picard) as Worf, Karl Urban (Pickelhaube) as Captain Janeway, Anthony Rapp (Odo) as Bashir, Jason Isaacs (Captain Archer) as Ezri Dax, and Anton Yelchin (Rom) as Neelix.
James Frain – James Fraine (Sigourney Weaver) as Lt.
Theatrical trailer (2:30): The Sirens trailer, starring Kate Mulglough as Lt., Lt.
O’Bannon, Lt., and Lt. Gulen. (2)