Things We Saw Today: Nickelodeon’s Star Trek: Prodigy Will Be the First CG Trek
It seems we are just going to be inundated with Star Trek content for a while as the new logo for Star Trek: Prodigy was shared during [email protected] Alex Kurtzman and Heather Kadin will serve as EPs for the series, and it will be a younger-skewing kind of Trek, which means a faster way to get the smolls into the fandom.
— Julie Benson (@TheJulieBenson) July 23, 2020
The #StarTrekUniverse is expanding as we develop #StarTrekProdigy! Here’s a first look at the title logo for our new animated #StarTrek series coming to @Nickelodeon. #SDCC #ComicConAtHome #StarTrekUniverse pic.twitter.com/Du89WXNPGv
— Alex Kurtzman (@Alex_Kurtzman) July 23, 2020
Deadline says that the show is set to premiere next year on Nickelodeon and “will revolve around the adventures of a group of teens who take over an old Starfleet vessel and of course, go on adventures.” Prodigy will be the first full CG Star Trek show when it debuts in 2021. This will be the most recent animated Trek series, following the Lower Decks show that will premiere August 6, 2020, and will consist of 10 episodes.
(via Deadline, image: Nickelodeon)
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