Well, actually, Chateau Picard has already been real for quite a while. But ahead of Star Trek: Picard, you’ll now be able to enjoy an episode or six alongside a bottle of Jean-Luc’s finest.
Château Picard in Saint-Estèphe, France had actually been making wine in Bordeaux long before those fictional Picards showed up in La Barre. But now it’s teamed up with CBS and Wines That Rock to bring you an official version of the wine that made the name of the Enterprise captain’s family, ever since the vineyard was first glimpsed in The Next Generation’s fourth season.
Now TV do this in the Uk. When the company also have a subscription TV box and an online subscription service, you can't use the online service on a TV and a TV subscription online.Okay, I joined CBS Streaming so we could watch Picard. We were very excited to watch it. I told my Comcast remote to go to Amazon (and it did), clicked on my channels, clicked CBS Streaming, and then clicked Picard and it said, "Fuck you! You can't watch this because CBS (not Amazon) does not like the kind of device you're using to watch this...." What in the actual fuck? So, I connected our old Roku device and tried again. It said, "Fuck you again...." Apparently CBS thinks I should only be able to watch this on my phone, my computer, tablet, or should cough up the money to buy a smart TV and only access it through an app on a smart TV.
Well fuck you CBS. I signed up so I could watch this show on my tv with my husband. I do not want my computer tied up so I can connect it to the TV while we watch this show. I should be able to access this content the same as I access all of my other content through Amazon. I hope your streaming services go belly up, and you have to declare bankruptcy.