Star Trek Prodigy Season 2 has arrived, and it does not fail. After such a thrilling debut season, viewers can’t wait to see what else the Starfleet crew has in store for them. The second season will take fans on an exciting trip full of mystery and excitement.
Come with Captain Ransom and his crew as they discover alien worlds, search for advanced civilizations, and fight off hostile aliens. Star Trek Prodigy will be an unforgettable adventure because of its compelling cast of characters and a riveting plot.
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Star Trek Prodigy Season 2 Debut Confirmed for 2023
The revival of Star Trek: Prodigy this year means that 2023 will be a huge year for the original Star Trek series on Paramount+.
The second half of the first season of Star Trek: Prodigy aired in the final week of 2022. Each season of the show consists of twenty episodes, and each season is divided into two volumes of ten episodes each. Paramount+ has announced that the show will return in 2023.
— Star Trek on Paramount+ (@StarTrekOnPPlus) December 20, 2022
The announcement was made in a new commercial for Paramount+ and Showtime, which teased the services’ upcoming integration in 2023. There was a clip from the first season of Prodigy under the words “New season streaming this year.”
Prodigy’s executive producers thought the second season would premiere in 2023 during a panel in January, but Kevin Hageman said, “We don’t even know when it’s going to get published.” At the time, they were doing the final mix on the first two episodes, but Ben Hibon assured everyone that production was “in full swing” and that all twenty episodes would be finished by the end of the season.
Another Big Year for Trek
With Paramount+’s confirmation, there will be as many as fifty brand-new episodes of Star Trek in 2023, just like in 2022. Picard’s third season premieres next week, so things will get going then. The second season of Strange New Worlds, the fourth season of Lower Decks, and the fifth season of Discovery will all premiere on Paramount+ in 2023, as was initially announced.
The second season of Prodigy will presumably be split into two 10-episode volumes, with the second half premiering in 2024. See the latest promo for Paramount+, which features a plug for the third season of Star Trek: Picard.
Review: ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ Season 1
I wasn’t sure what to expect from Prodigy, and I knew I wasn’t alone among fans. I hoped it would inspire a new audience to embrace the Star Trek franchise. The opening sequence, which depicts several alien children being forced into labor on a distant asteroid, may not be what you anticipate. Still, it establishes the story’s context and the challenges these kids must overcome.
Once our ragged crew locates the USS Protostar and meets Hologram Janeway, it’s evident that the program has a firm grasp on what makes Trek so beloved and how to introduce newcomers to the Federation and Starfleet best.
It’s a sweet show with a lot of heart and well-written characters who develop into fuller people with Holo Janeway’s reassuring guidance once they’re no longer forced to work as slaves on Tars Lamora. Among these first ten episodes, “Kobayashi” and “Time Amok” are particularly noteworthy.
The Blu-ray set
Two Blu-ray discs contain the first ten episodes of the season in addition to bonus materials. The discs, as is customary for a Paramount/CBS home video release, prominently display the titles of the episodes they contain, and a complete breakdown of the contents of the set is included on the inside back of the case.
The season can be purchased on a standard DVD for those who like it. Also included are four character cards with supplemental information on the show, the Federation, Starfleet, etc. on the back.