When it was revealed that the upcoming Star Trek TV series will air on streaming service CBS All Access in the US, many fans started worrying about what that would mean for those outside of America who obviously don’t have access to it. Thankfully, the network has confirmed today that Netflix is going to broadcast the show exclusively in 188 countries.

Just like Better Call Saul reaches Netflix in the UK less than 24 hours after it airs on AMC (and how Preacher is shown on Amazon Prime), the same will apply to the still quite mysterious Star Trek series. That’s good news for those worried about spoilers or the prospect waiting months until it finds a channel willing to air it on this side of the pond.

That’s pretty exciting news, but here’s where things get even better for Trek fans. CBS also confirmed earlier today that all 727 existing episodes within the Star Trek television library – spanning from The Original Series, The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine to Voyager and Enterprise – will be available on Netflix around the globe by the end of 2016. That’s huge!

The new Star Trek series will commence production in Toronto in September ahead of a January 2017 premiere. Co-created and executive produced by Bryan Fuller (Hannibal) and Alex Kurtzman, the show will feature a new ship, new characters and new missions.