Star Trek: Prodigy to debut on Paramount Plus before leaving for Nickelodeon

Paramount Plus is getting another Star trek The show, the company announced at its kickoff event: Star Trek: ProdigyAnimated kid-friendly spinoff of the iconic franchise. Prodigy Originally set to debut on Nickelodeon, all ten episodes of its first season would then be aired on Paramount Plus, before eventually going on to the cable channel.

In addition to the change in location, Paramount also announced more details on the upcoming series, which will feature a group of teenagers arriving at an abandoned starship throughout. Star trek Universe. Kate Mulgrey will return to the voice of Captain Catherine Janeway, in which she plays Star Trek: Sailor. but Prodigy – First of all Star trek Intended to show for children – a new crew of young characters, which will feature a Star trek First, it will be made entirely of exotic species (Via Variety) Belongs to.

Main characters of Star Trek: Prodigy.
Picture: Paramount

The new show joins a rapidly growing crowd Star trek

Including shows available on streaming service Star trek discovery, Star Trek: PicardAnimated Star Trek: Lower DeckAlready announced Star Trek: Strange New World, And a Section 31-focused spinoff starring Yoh.

Star trek Paramount and one of CBS ‘most important brands, so it’s no surprise that the company is seeking a science fiction franchise to help anchor its service as it begins rebranding it.

And like CBS All Access before it, Paramount Plus would rely on Travel Meat out of his library to help with shows and movies as well. The service is already a near-complete one-stop shop for everything Star trek, Featuring every TV series, both past and present (a list included) Star Trek: The Original Series, Animated series, Next Generation, Deep space nine, Sailor, And The enterprise), Along with a fair of the films (though many of the earlier films in the franchise rebooted the “Calvin Timeline” triology, are not yet available).

Paramount Plus is scheduled to begin on March 4. In addition to a detailed list of Star trek Shows and movies, the streaming service will also include content from the company’s brandup, including BET, CBS, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon and Paramount Pictures, as well as live sports and news.

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