Star Trek: Prodigy fans are taking to the skies to save the show

Pictured: Art for Star Trek: Prodigy . Photo Cr: Nickelodeon/Paramount+ ©2021, All Rights Reserved.
Pictured: Art for Star Trek: Prodigy . Photo Cr: Nickelodeon/Paramount+ ©2021, All Rights Reserved. /

Star Trek: Prodigy fans aren’t sitting idly by and letting the show disappear without a fight.

They’ve been on a mission to save Star Trek: Prodigy since its cancellation in April. Social media has been buzzing with graphics, tweets with the hashtag #savestartrekprodigy, and videos that will hopefully reach the discerning eye of an executive or two at one of the other streaming channels. And fans are hoping that channel will not only pick up Prodigy for its second season but renew it for a third season and beyond because the series has a lot of stories to tell.

Now, as reported by Trekmovie, fans are planning to take to the skies with a skywriter or sky banner to pass over the offices of potential streaming channel homes for Prodigy. It started with a GoFundMe that has exceeded its donation goal, and not only has it gotten the attention of Prodigy creators, Kevin and Dan Hageman, it’s received their endorsement as well. The Hagemans say that want to know when the message “takes to the skies” as they and all of Prodigy want to see it.

Star Trek: Prodigy executive producer, Aaron Watke, is behind the campaign, too!

Since the GoFundMe campaign raised more than its initial goal, the fans may be able to “lobby more streamers” and really get the word out about Prodigy. Executive Producer Aaron Watke tweeted the news about the skywriting, saying how the crew would love if it this came to fruition.

If you’re a fan of Prodigy trying to help find the series another streaming channel home, you’ll want to be on the lookout for the banners. If they’re not in your area, they’ll show up on social media so we can all retweet, reshare, and repost to further spread the word about what a great show Prodigy is and why it deserves a second chance!

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