Star Trek Prodigy Season 2 Release Date: What Will Season 2 Be About?

Kevin and Dan Hageman created the American animated television series Star Trek: Prodigy for Paramount+ and Nickelodeon. It premiered in 2021 as the ninth Star Trek series and is a part of Alex Kurtzman’s broader Star Trek Universe.

Beginning on Nickelodeon on December 17, 2021, after premiering on Paramount+ on October 28, 2021. The creators have stated that production on Season 2 will begin in November of 2021.

The ad promotes both Star Trek: Prodigy and the season finale of Star Trek: Picard, which will air on Paramount+ on February 16th. The release dates for the next three Star Trek series—seasons 2 of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, season 4 of Star Trek: Lower Decks, and season 5 of Star Trek: Discovery—are similarly expected to occur in 2023.

Star Trek Prodigy Season 2 Release Date

According to the decider, Even though a second season of Star Trek: Prodigy is still in production, there has been no word on when it will be made available online.

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Based on the time lapse between the first two episodes of the first season, we can estimate that the premiere will take place in late 2023 or early 2024. When more information becomes available, we will update this.

Star Trek Prodigy Season 2 Cast Members: Who Are In It?

We don’t know much about Season 2, but we can count on hearing from our favorite voice actors again, in addition to the newcomers who debuted in Part 2 of Season 1.

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  • Dal -Brett Gray
  • Murf – Dee Bradley Baker
  • Janeway – Kate Mulgrew
  • Gwyn – Ella Purnell
  • Rok-Tahk – Rylee Alazraqui
  • Jankom Pog – Jason Mantazoukas
  • Zero – Angus Imrie

What Will ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ Season 2 Be About?

Star Trek: Prodigy’s season one conclusion had the holographic Captain Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) sacrificing herself to save the Protostar’s crew. Her ultimate sacrifice prevented the destruction of the entire cosmos.

Heroic deaths to prevent galactic anarchy? Of course, a Star Trek tale would have a happy ending! (The courageous hologram would make Captain Picard very pleased.)


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In the wake of the hologram’s sacrifice, Vice Admiral Kathryn Janeway (who is, of course, not a hologram) found herself at the top of the command chain (also voiced by Kate Mulgrew).

The crew of the Protostar can finally go forward as a unit, now that they have a captain who exists (with apologies to holograms in any solar system).

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The Protostar cadets who were coached by Hologram Janeway didn’t quite make it to Starfleet Academy, but they did end up with something far better. Because of the crew’s heroic actions in rescuing other Starfleet vessels in the solar system, they were all promoted to warrant officers.


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Officer status allows our heroes to accompany (the real) Janeway to a parallel dimension to rescue Captain Chakotay (Robert Beltran). Janeway suggests that they will need “something bigger” if they are to succeed in their goal.

Where to Watch Star Trek Prodigy Season 2?

Star Trek: Prodigy Season 2 is required to determine whether or not that “something bigger” is a shipping upgrade. In the meantime, all twenty episodes from Season 1 are currently available to watch online via Paramount Plus.

Star Trek Prodigy Season 1 Part 2 Trailer

There’s still a whole half-season to watch as we wait for Season 2 news. For those of you who are eagerly awaiting Star Trek: Prodigy’s return in the middle of the season, here is a sneak peek at what


Star Trek: Prodigy serves as a sequel to Star Trek: Voyager in that it not only maintains Janeway and Chakotay’s relationship but also restores Janeway to her former position of prominence in Starfleet. The Hagemans have stated that they intend to continue producing Star Trek: Prodigy for at least one more season, and possibly even a full-length film.

Even still, it’s encouraging to know that the wait for the second season of Star Trek: Prodigy won’t be too long. For more details visit our website

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