Star Trek: Prodigy, the latest entry in the Star Trek science-fiction franchise, returns with new episodes on Thursday nights, on Paramount+, completing its first full season. The family-friendly animated series features a motley group of young aliens who stumble upon a lost Federation ship. The ship’s Emergency Training Holographic Advisor is Voyager’s Captain Kathryn Janeway (voiced by Janeway herself, Kate Mulgrew). Aimed at a younger audience than other shows in the franchise, the series is computer-animated and features younger central characters. The episodes arrive first on Paramount+, followed by a run on the Nickelodeon channel (the first two episodes just started on Nickelodeon on December 17). Read on to learn more about how to watch new episodes of Star Trek: Prodigy without cable.
- When Does Star Trek: Prodigy Air: New episodes of Star Trek: Prodigy arrive on Thursdays.
- Where to Watch: Star Trek: Prodigy streams on Paramount+, to be followed by release on Nickelodeon channel.
- Best Way to Watch: Watch Star Trek: Prodigy on Paramount+ (Free Trial).
Where to Stream new Episodes of Star Trek: Prodigy
Star Trek: Prodigy is a partnership between Paramount+ and Nickelodeon, with new episodes landing on Paramount+ before their debut on the Nickelodeon channel a few weeks later. Paramount+ offers a 7-day free trial so that you can try the service with no risk. However, there are two plan options to choose from:
Paramount+ Premium: In addition to original programming like Star Trek: Prodigy, Paramount+ Premium provides live streaming access to your local CBS station so you can broadcast series as they air. This plan also offers on-demand ad-free access to Paramount+ content. After the 7-day free trial, the service price starts at $9.99.
Paramount+ Essential: This plan provides original content, plus ad-supported on-demand episodes of new shows the day after they air on CBS for $4.99 per month after a 7-day free trial. This plan doesn’t include live CBS, so you will have to wait a day for new episodes.
Paramount+ is available on Roku Players, Apple TV, Xbox, Chromecast, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Fire TV Stick. See our review of Paramount+ for more information on this streaming service.
Paramount Plus Device Support
Watch Paramount Plus by downloading the Paramount+ app to Roku Players, Apple TV, Xbox, Chromecast, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Fire TV Stick, and you watch right on your television. You can also stream on the go by downloading the paramount+ app to your iOS or Android Mobile device. The Paramount+ app is also available on Samsung, LG, and Vizio smart TVs, along with Xfinity Flex & X1 boxes.
Watch Star Trek: Prodigy on Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon will also have a run of Star Trek: Prodigy, however, episodes will be delayed by up to a few weeks. If you don’t have Paramount+ and are willing to wait, there are several ways to watch the show on Nickelodeon. Read our full write-up of Nickelodeon here, but below are a few of the streaming services that give you access to the Nickelodeon channel:
- Philo (seven-day free trial)
- FuboTV (fuboTV subscription)
- YouTube TV (1-week free trial)
- DIRECTV STREAM
- Hulu Live TV
About Star Trek: Prodigy
A motley assortment of teen and tween aliens stumble upon an abandoned Federation starship and form an unexpected crew as they learn to fly it to the Alpha Quadrant. Adventure and chaos ensue, not to mention some gold old-fashioned space chases. The computer-animated series is aimed at a younger audience than the previous series, making it an excellent match for partner network Nickelodeon. The show picks up after the end of Star Trek: Voyager, and in addition to Captain Janeway, includes several nods and references to the franchise’s lengthy and broad history.
Check out the trailer:
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