Star Trek and Paramount+ coming to international markets in 2022

“Starstruck” Ep#104 -- Jimmi Simpson as Drednok of the Paramount+ series Star Trek: Prodigy . Photo: Nickelodeon/Paramount+ ©2021, All Rights Reserved.
“Starstruck” Ep#104 -- Jimmi Simpson as Drednok of the Paramount+ series Star Trek: Prodigy . Photo: Nickelodeon/Paramount+ ©2021, All Rights Reserved. /

Star Trek’s parent company has a new name following content dump.

Star Trek’s parent company used to be CBS. Then it merged with Viacom and it became ViacomCBS. Simple enough. Now, however, it’s getting yet another new name. Going forward, the parent company of Star Trek and other CBS and Viacom properties will simply be known as Paramount. Surely this won’t cause any complications with Paramount Network or Paramount Pictures.

That’s not all, however, as Star Trek fans outside of North and South America will finally get access to the shows they love. The service has already been in the Nordic region of Europe, as well as Australia, but a major rollout is happening in the next two years.

Star Trek fans in the UK, South Korea, and the Caribbean will get Paramount+ through its Sky international partners by the end of the second quarter in 2022, which is about early summer. An additional expansion into France, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, and Austria will occur by the end of this year. Then come 2023,  Asia, Africa, and the Middle East will have access to the platform as well.

New content coming this year

New shows are coming over the next few years as well, including, Land Man, 1932: The Yellowstone prequel, Tulsa King, Lioness, Bass Reeves, Beavis and Butt-Head (new series and archived episodes), South Park, Sonic the Hedgehog, Dora the Explorer, The Challenge: War of the Worlds, All Star Shore, The Real World Homecoming: New Orleans, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds,
Fatal Attraction, Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies, Rabbit Hole, The Offer, Happy Face, and more.

There’s also a PAW Patrol spinoff in the works as well, as well as a new Monster High animated series.

Shows are getting renewed as well, with iCarly, Halo, Cecilia, and Billions among some getting new orders.

Original films are coming as well, with a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, followed by Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, Sonic the Hedgehog 3, Blue’s Big City Adventure, 3 new
SpongeBob SquarePants spinoffs, a Teen Wolf film bringing back the original cast from the MTV series, a SEAL Team movie based on the show,  the new Star Trek 4 film, Fantasy Football, Honor Society, a movie called Hush Hush, a Quiet Place spin-off, a Baby Shark movie, and more.

Go to for a complete list of everything coming and when to expect them.

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