Star Trek: Prodigy is a Sci-Fi American TV series that is going to come soon on Paramount+. Dan Hangman and Kevin have created the series, and it will also come on Nickelodeon. In this, we will see a group of teens using a deserted starship to look up for the adventure. This animated series was announced officially in 2020 during ComicCon@Home Panel.
Kurtzman first mentioned the series in January 2019, and then it was confirmed a month later. Nickelodeon ordered two seasons of the show. The show is specifically made for younger children. First, the show will come on Paramount+ and then on Nickelodeon.
Release Date of Star Trek: Prodigy
The show Star Trek: Prodigy is scheduled to release on October 28, 2021, with its first episode that is an hour long. The first season has ten episodes, and it will be released on Paramount+. After it is released on Paramount+, it will also be available to watch on Nickelodeon.
For the audiences living in Europe, the show will be available for them to watch in 2022 because the service of Paramount+ will be launched there later.
The Plot of Star Trek: Prodigy
To have a good future, six teenagers come across an almost destroyed ship. It is in 2383 that is after Star Trek: Voyager, when these young aliens in the Delta Quadrant come across the ship. They know nothing about how it works or even how to operate it. Despite this, they have to fight for a better future and freedom. In the process, they learn how to deal with each other. These young outcasts have no knowledge of Starfleet, but they are closer to knowing its functioning, and they might even turn out to be better than the academy graduates. Using their learning abilities, they reach Alpha Quadrant.
The Cast of Star Trek: Prodigy
In the series, we will see Kate Mulgrew in the role of Kathryn Janeway, Brett Gray in the role of Dal, Rylee Alazraqui in the role of Rok-Tahk, Angus Imrie in the role of Zero, Ella Purnell in the role of Gwyn, Jason Mantzoukas in the role of Jankom Pog, Dee Bradley Baker in the role of Murf, Jimmi Simpson in the role of Drednok and John Noble in the role of Diviner.
Apart from the main cast, some recurring cast include Daveed Diggs in the role of Tysess, Jason Alexander in the role of Noum, Jameela Jamil in the role of Asencia, and Robert Beltran in the role of Chakotay will also be seen. Billy Campbell will be seen playing a guest appearance as Thadiun Okona.
Official Trailer of Star Trek: Prodigy
A new poster and trailer have been released for Star Trek: Prodigy. The teaser trailer was released in June 2021. Then a full trailer came in September 2021 (on Star Trek Day) full of excitement and laughter and is 1min 40 sec long. Special mention to the “phew-phew button,” and it surely made the viewers laugh. These alien teens surely have a lot of potentials and a great future ahead of them.
Where can You Watch Star Trek: Prodigy?
As mentioned above, the show can be enjoyed on both Paramount+ and Nickelodeon.
The audiences in the US will be able to watch the show on October 28, 2021, on Paramount+. As per the other audiences living in other parts of the world, they can enjoy the show for free on the official website of Star Trek.