The first full-length episode of “Star Trek: Prodigy,” the most recent animated entry to the “Star Trek” universe on the Paramount + streaming service, was combined at New York Comic Con on Sunday (October 11). along with new images of his Janeway hologram and all we can say is: it’s really good. Really good.
In addition to the first episode of Prodigy (the show itself premieres October 28 on Paramount +), the NYCC preview panel also announced that Daveed Diggs (“Star Wars Resistance”) Jameela Jamil (“She-Hulk”), Jason Alexander (“Seinfeld”) and Robert Beltran have joined the voice cast of the first season in recurring roles. Diggs will play Commander Tysess, Jamil will voice Ensign Asencia, Alexander will voice Doctor Noum, and Beltran will reprise his “Star Trek: Voyager” role as Captain Chakotay. You may want to check out our guide on where to stream the entire Star Trek series online to prepare for the new show.
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The new Paramount + and Nickelodeon show follows five children who are imprisoned on a dark planet in an unexplored part of the galaxy. They escape their imprisonment and race across the planet to find a missing experimental spacecraft buried beneath the planet’s surface and have never heard of Starfleet or the Federation.
They get on the ship, but they can’t make it work. With the prison guards on their heels, they suddenly stumble upon a training hologram in the form of Captain Kathryn Janeway from the Voyager series. It is up to Janeway’s hologram to teach them how to navigate the cosmos, as they are chased by Diviner (John Noble) and Drednok (Jimmi Simpson) who want the ship for themselves.
More: Watch a sneak peek of the ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ opening sequence
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The New York Comic Con Star Trek panel featured a live in-person conversation with series voice cast members Kate Mulgrew (Hologram Kathryn Janeway), Brett Gray (Dal), Rylee Alazraqui (Rok-Tahk), Dee Bradley Baker (Murf), writers. Kevin and Dan Hageman, Executive Producer Ben Hibon and Ramsey Naito, President, Animation and Development, Paramount Animation. Dawnn Lewis, who voices Captain Carol Freeman on “Lower Decks,” moderated and you can watch a replay of the panel here.
The show will premiere on October 28 on Paramount + in the US with an hour-long episode. The series will also be available to stream on Paramount + in international territories, including Latin America, the Nordic countries, and Australia.
The second season of “Star Trek: Lower Decks” is currently airing on Paramount +, along with all three seasons of “Star Trek: Discovery.”
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