In Season 2 of Star Trek: Prodigy, these six young outcasts who make up the Prodigy crew are assigned a new mission aboard the U.S.S. Voyager-A to rescue Captain Chakotay and bring peace to Gwyn’s home world. However, when their plan goes astray, it creates a time paradox that jeopardizes both their future and past.


When Paramount+ decided to axe Star Trek: Prodigy from its production line-up after only one season despite having greenlit a second one, Trek fans were understandably upset. When the show was cancelled, the production company Secret Hideout was already well into production on Season 2 of the popular show. The show was left in limbo, its future uncertain, but that foggy uncertainty has now obviously been lifted.

The last minute rescue of Star Trek: Prodigy is due at least in part to the passion of the fans, who did not want the show to die due to some misguided clerical decision in some unseen corporate office. During the WGA strike, fans even paid for a banner flown over the offices of Netflix, Hulu and Amazon in hopes of finding the beloved series a new home.

After gathering 33,000 signatures in a petition on and raising money via GoFundMe, the fans contracted a plane to fly a “Save Star Trek Prodigy” banner over the Los Angeles offices Amazon, Hulu and Apple — including circling for 10 minutes over the Netflix offices on Sunset Boulevard.

Star Trek: Prodigy will stream on Netflix globally (excluding-Canada, Nordics, CEE, Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Russia, Belarus, and Mainland China) and is available on SkyShowtime in the Nordics, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and Central and Eastern Europe and Season 1 will be available in Canada on and the CTV App.

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