Taking the top prize for "least surprising news of the year", CBS have announced that Star Trek: Discovery's premiere date is going to be delayed from January until May next year.
Given they haven't announced any casting or started shooting yet, and showrunner Bryan Fuller is still wrapping up work on his other show, American Gods, the January date was more than slightly ambitious.
Star Trek: Discovery takes place ten years before the events of The Original Series and revolves around a new cast of characters on board the USS Discovery. The first season will consist of a 13-part, tightly serialised story. The series will air on CBS All Access in the United States, SPACE in Canada and Netflix in most of the rest of the world.