Star Trek Prodigy – Producers tease the new episodes

Beware spoilers if you haven’t seem the first 10 episodes of Star Trek: Prodigy!  In the UK, the first half of Star Trek: Prodigy’s first season aired in late April/early May on Nickelodeon. It’s now also available to stream on Paramount+. The show is the franchise’s first to be squarely aimed younger viewers. The story … >

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Star Trek: Prodigy – already renewed for a second season

The teen-centered Star Trek animation has scored a recommission after airing  just three of its first run.  In a remarkable show of faith, Paramount+ have committed to a second season of the animated Star Trek: Prodigy. The show, which only began on the 28th of October, will return for a further ten episodes after those … >

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Star Trek Prodigy announces further talent

Star Trek: Prodigy announces additional vocal talent at NYCC

The new animation adds some high profile voices to the season 1 cast, including another Voyager star Paramount+ revealed during the Star Trek: Prodigy New York Comic Con panel that Daveed Diggs (Hamilton), Jameela Jamil (The Good Place), Jason Alexander (Seinfeld) and Robert Beltran have joined the season one voice cast with recurring roles. Diggs … >

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Star Trek Prodigy villains

Star Trek: Prodigy villains and title sequence revealed

We’ve first-look images of the Star Trek: Prodigy villains as well as the title sequence, all thanks to Paramount+ As the first Star Trek title aimed at younger viewers draws ever closer, we can now see the Prodigy villains for the first time, and the opening title sequence. The Prodigy villains revealed Welcome to Drednok (voiced by Jimmi Simpson) and The Diviner … >

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Star Trek: Prodigy first look

Star Trek: Prodigy — cast and first look pictures revealed

Paramount+ has announced the voice talenst behind the six young alien starship crew members featured in its upcoming all-new animated kids’ series Star Trek: Prodigy First look images of the series were also revealed, and we have to say they look magnificent. The cast are: Rylee Alazraqui (Doug Unplugs, Home Economics) as “Rok-Tahk,” a Brikar and … >

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