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New ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ video footage lands at NYCC with cast statements

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The feature-length very first episode of “Star Trek: Prodigy,” the latest animated entry into the “Star Trek” universe on the streaming service Paramount , distorted into New York Comic Con on Sunday (Oct. 11) together with brand-new video of its hologram Janeway and all we can state is: it’s truly excellent. Really excellent.

In addition to Prodigy’s very first episode (the program itself premieres Oct. 28 on Paramount ), NYCC’s sneak panel likewise revealed that Daveed Diggs (” Star Wars Resistance”) Jameela Jamil (” She-Hulk”), Jason Alexander (” Seinfeld”) and Robert Beltran have actually signed up with the season one voice cast with repeating functions. Diggs will voice Commander Tysess, Jamil will voice Ensign Asencia, Alexander will voice Doctor Noum and Beltran will repeat his “Star Trek: Voyager” function as Captain Chakotay. You might wish to take a look at our guide on where to stream all of the Star Trek series online to get ready for the brand-new program.

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Truth be informed, we’re more fired up about “Prodigy” than we are either Season 2 of “Picard” or Season 4 of “Discovery.” ( Image credit: Paramount )

The brand-new program from Paramount and Nickelodeon follows 5 kids who are put behind bars on an odd world in an uncharted part of the galaxy. They get away from their jail time and race throughout the world to discover a defunct speculative starship buried listed below the world’s surface area and they’ve never ever become aware of Starfleet or the Federation.

They go into the ship, however are not able to make it work. With jail guards hot on their heels, they all of a sudden come across a Training Hologram in the kind of Capt. Kathryn Janeway from the Voyager series. It’s up to Janeway’s hologram to teach them how to browse the universes, while they are pursued by the Diviner (John Noble) and Drednok (Jimmi Simpson) who desire the ship on their own.

More: Watch a preview of the ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ opening series


Provided “Prodigy” does not fall under the trap of depending on fond memories, it assures to a fresh, interesting brand-new program. ( Image credit: Paramount )

The New York Comic Con Star Trek panel included a live in-person discussion with series voice cast members Kate Mulgrew (Hologram Kathryn Janeway), Brett Gray (Dal), Rylee Alazraqui (Rok-Tahk), Dee Bradley Baker (Murf), authors Kevin and Dan Hageman, executive manufacturer Ben Hibon and Ramsey Naito, President, Animation & Development, Paramount Animation. Dawnn Lewis, who voices Captain Carol Freeman on “Lower Decks,” moderated and you can view a replay of the panel here

The program will premiere on Oct.28 on Paramount in the United States with a feature-length, one-hour episode. The series will likewise be offered to stream on Paramount in global areas consisting of Latin America, the Nordics and Australia.

The 2nd season of “Star Trek: Lower Decks” is presently airing on Paramount , together with all 3 seasons of “Star Trek: Discovery.”

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When Scott’s application to the NASA astronaut training program was refused, he was naturally upset … as any 6-year-old kid would be. He selected rather to compose as much as he potentially might about science, innovation and area expedition. He finished from The University of Coventry and got his training on Fleet Street in London. He still intends to be the very first reporter in area. You can follow Scott on Twitter @LorumIpsum.

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