So my main concern, well more like personal feeling, is that Star Trek has always been something for the general public, especially with it's message of inclusiveness and hope. It has always been a beacon of diversity on television that was easy to access for people with and without the money to afford cable. But CBS is asking fans for more. To pay for the privilege of watching something they have always been able to get for free. It makes sense from a business standpoint. There is a loyal fan base who will pay for the privilege. And having Star Trek as an anchor for a streaming service is good business too. But it is not in the spirit of Star Trek in my opinion. Star Trek has always shown a hopeful and diverse future for humanity that you didn't have to pay for monthly. It had it's moments of dark and edgy, but the core of the series is was always hope. It might make good business sense to charge for Star Trek. After all, the property does belong to a company that needs to make money to survive. But it is the right thing to to. The new ways of delivering entertainment are great. But delivering a vision of the future never needed a paid subscription. With all the other content CBS has, does Star Trek really need to be online only?