There is good news for fans of Star Trek: Prodigy who are missing the show since it was removed from streaming on Paramount+.
Prodigy available digitally now
Episodes 11-20 from the first season of Star Trek: Prodigy were released this morning digitally and are now available for purchase at Amazon, Google, Apple, and elsewhere in the USA. This is the first time all of season 1 has been available since the show was removed from Paramount+ in June. This has been confirmed for the USA, but may also be the case in other countries. [NOTE: The two-part series premiere is considered a single episode, which is why some digital sellers list the season as having only 19 episodes.]
Blu-ray news next?
Volume 2 of Prodigy season 1 (with episodes 11-20) showed up for pre-order earlier this month on Amazon and other retailers but was subsequently removed. We are awaiting more details about the release, but with the digital release now available, hopefully, an official announcement will arrive soon.
Still waiting for new streaming home for Prodigy
Work on the second season of Prodigy is still underway. Paramount has committed to licensing both seasons of the show to another outlet; however, there is no news yet on where or when this will happen.
Earlier in the week, c0-executive producer Aaron Waltke tweeted about working on post-production for one of the season 2 episodes, teasing how it ties together Trek lore.
Can’t give any spoilers due to NDA…
But I just watched down the final mix of a new #StarTrekProdigy episode that ties together 56 years of Star Trek canon, lore, and legacy…
The world needs to see this.
— Aaron J. Waltke (@GoodAaron) July 15, 2023
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