Star Trek's new TV series to be streamed
Sci-fi classic Star Trek is boldly going into the streaming universe. A new series will be shown primarily on network CBS' subscription service, CBS Access, from January 2017 and only one preview episode will be broadcast.
Enthusiasm over Monday's announcement was tempered by concern as some Trekkies griped about having to pay to watch the show. Many fans were also unhappy that it will be executive-produced by Alex Kurtzman, who wrote the 2009 movie reboot that killed Spock's mother.
The new series is not related to the rebooted movies starring Chris Pine as Kirk and Zachary Quinto as Spock, CBS said.
Sandy Lam plays judge in new show
Hong Kong pop star Sandy Lam is making her debut in Chinese variety television as a judge on a new show, Grammy Salute To China, starting on Nov 21.
She will appear on the programme with Chinese rock star Cui Jian, who is also making his debut in variety TV, and singer Liu Huan, who was a coach on The Voice Of China.