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Star Trek: Discovery beams into retail with new merchandising partners

Star Trek: Discovery is boldly going into the retail space, as CBS Consumer Products has announced a slate of new merchandising partners to support the hit CBS All Access series, available on Netflix in the UK.

Hallmark, UD Replicas, Perth Mint and Her Universe are among the licensees debuting new product lines across apparel, accessories, collectables, stationery, and other areas tied to the sci-fi show.

“We have seen a high level of fan demand for Star Trek: Discovery products that have already launched, so we’re excited to bring fans more opportunities to interact with and enjoy the series,” said Veronica Hart, senior vice president, CBS Consumer Products. “These new licensees will add to the franchise’s momentum as audiences continue to follow the adventures of the U.S.S. Discovery."

The season finale of the show dropped this Sunday and is available internationally through CBS Studios International on Netflix in 188 countries and in Canada on Bell Media’s Space channel and OTT service CraveTV.

The full list of new Star Trek: Discovery licensees and products includes:

Ata-Boy (Buttons)

Bioworld (Bags, Hats, Apparel)

Bye Bye Robot (Posters, Prints)

Crowded Coop (Bags, Pet Accessories)

Cufflinks.com (Cufflinks, Socks)

eCell (Mobile Cases)

EMP (Apparel, Gift / Germany)

Eugene Textiles (Fabrics)

Fascinations (3D Metal Models)

Gold Bubble (Dresses)

Hallmark (Ornaments)

Her Universe (Dresses)

IGPC (Stamps)

Insight Editions (Journals)

Just Funky (Drinkware)

Katalyst (Apparel, Gift / Canada)

MIB (Flags / Italy)

PerfectWorld (Star Trek Online)

The Perth Mint (Collectible Coins)

Philcos (T-Shirts / Canada)

Rittenhouse (Trading Cards)

Rocklove (Jewelry)

ThinkGeek (Apparel, Gifts)

Titan Merchandising (Figures)

Trademark (T-Shirts / Canada)

UD Replicas (Functional Replica Leather Gear)

Underboss (Sleepwear)

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