Star Trek: Prodigy has been removed from Paramount+, but the series is being shopped to other channels.
Season two of Star Trek: Prodigy is almost complete. Producer Aaron Watke tweeted an update about the season’s status, letting fans know that episodes 201-210 are “finished/locked” and the rest will be completed by January
Watke confirmed that the writing, voice recording, and animatics for all twenty episodes are completed, and the animation is almost done. Watke added that ther was a “small window” after completion where the episodes get closed captioned and foreign translations and marketing looks before going to air, but, of course, he didn’t know when that would happen. He encouraged Prodigy fans to “stay tuned,” but we already have that covered!
The active work to finish all of the episodes should give fans a lot of hope that the show will go on. It’s just a matter of finding another streaming channel, and according to Screenrant, Kevin and Dan Hageman, who created Prodigy, told fans at Star Trek Las Vegas they are “99% certain” that their active talks will lead to a new home for the series.
The recently revealed Star Trek: Prodigy clip has fans even more excited than ever before.
Discovering the return of The Doctor and seeing the reveal of the new Voyager Admiral Janeway is commanding was enough for every Prodigy fan to double their efforts in an attempt to save this show. Not only that, this season promises to be bigger than season one and will be much more than just a sequel to Star Trek: Voyager.
At the end of season one, the former crew of the USS Protostar were being given a chance to become Starfleet Academy cadets while continuing their training under Admiral Janeway who is on a mission to locate the missing Captain Chakotay. And Gwyn want off to 24th-century Solum to attempt to bring peace to her people to prevent the future war with Starfleet. So, essentially, the first season ended on a cliffhanger. With this and the fact that Prodigy is one of the best Star Trek series, it’s no wonder fans are determined to help in any way they can! And it’s promising to know that the Hagemans feel optimistic about the show’s future.