Paramount Plus is getting another Star Trek program, the business revealed at its kickoff occasion: Star Trek: Prodigy, the animated kid-friendly spinoff of the renowned franchise. Prodigy was initially set to debut on Nickelodeon, however it will rather air all 10 episodes of its very first season on Paramount Plus prior to ultimately heading over to the cable television channel at a later date.
In addition to the shift in place, Paramount likewise revealed more information on the upcoming series, which will include a group of teenagers adventuring on a deserted starship throughout the Star Trek universe. Kate Mulgrew will go back to voice Captain Kathryn Janeway, her character from Star Trek: Voyager Prodigy— the very first Star Trek reveal planned for kids– will likewise include a brand-new team of more youthful characters who, in a Star Trek initially, will be totally made up of alien types (through Range).
The brand-new program signs up with a progressively congested lineup of Star Trek reveals offered on the streaming service, consisting of Star Trek Discovery, Star Trek: Picard, the animated Star Trek: Lower Decks, the currently revealed Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, and the Area 31- focused spinoff starring Michelle Yeoh.
Star Trek is among Paramount and CBS’s crucial brand names, so its not a surprise to see that the business will be seeking to the sci-fi franchise to assist anchor its service as it starts it rebranding.
And similar to CBS All Gain access to prior to it, Paramount Plus will be depending on the Trek programs and movies to assist expand its library, too. The service is currently a near-complete one-stop buy all things Star Trek, including every TELEVISION series, both previous and existing (a list that consists of Star Trek: The Original Series, The Animated Series, The Next Generation, Deep Area 9, Voyager, and Business), in addition to a reasonable portion of the movies (although numerous of the earlier films in the franchise, in addition to the restarted “Kelvin timeline” trilogy, aren’t offered yet).
Paramount Plus is set to debut on March fourth. In addition to a broad brochure of Star Trek programs and movies, the streaming service will likewise include material from the business’s lineup of brand names, consisting of BET, CBS, Funny Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, and Paramount Pictures, in addition to live sports and news.