It’s a short clip, but this new look Star Trek: Prodigy it still gives us a lot: a comprehensive look at series’ main vessel how to activate for what seems the first time after a long time – and the moment when two the main characters of the series, 17 years old Dal (Brett Gray) i eight-year-old Rok-Tahk (Rylee Alazraqui), they realize that a powered boat means that for the first time they can understand what others are saying.
It’s a wonderful exchange. Whatever chaotic interactions they had before, they no longer matter, and the fact that they are bulky Rock-Tahk does not sound on everything as Dal assumed gives a valuable reminder that on Star Trek, as in life, you won’t get far when it comes to building teamwork if you judge a book by that, uh, a wrapper of alien rocks.
Here’s the official sonopposition for Star Trek: Prodigy: “Developed by Emmy Award winners Kevin and Dan Hageman (Troll hunters i Ninjago) CG-animated series Star Trek: Prodigy is the first Star Trek the series is aimed at a younger audience and will follow a diverse team of young aliens who must figure out how to work together as they sail a larger galaxy, in search of a better future. These six young outcasts know nothing about the ship they commanded –the first in history Star Trek franking—but during their joint adventures, each of them will get to know the Starfleet and the ideals it represents. ”
The rest of the cast includes Ella Purnell as Gwyn, Dee Bradley Baker as Murf, Angus Imrie as Zero and Jason Mantzoukas as Jankom Pog – plus, of course, Star Trek royal member Kate Mulgrew as Prodigy‘s Hologram for emergency training. (John Noble and Jimmy Simpson are also on board as villains “Prophet ” and Drednok, respectively.)
Star Trek: Prodigy premieres at Paramount + on October 28; aafter the end of the series, then it will start airing on Nickelodeon.
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