‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ Season 1, Volume 2 Coming To Blu-ray & DVD In September

Hot on the heels of the confirmation of the release date at the Star Trek Animation panel at Comic-Con, we have full details about the Blu-ray and DVD release. The second half of season one will be available on Blu-ray and DVD September 26, 2023 in the US.

Blu-ray and DVD set details

Prepare for epic adventures throughout the cosmos in the all-new Star Trek: Prodigy Season 1, Episodes 11-20 Blu-ray and DVD. Join an extraordinary crew of outliers as they uncover secrets, encountering wonders and challenges beyond imagination and so much more! Dive deeper into each episode with over 45 minutes of brand-new bonus content featuring exclusive interviews and collectible character cards only available in the Blu-ray and DVD release.

Star Trek: Prodigy Season 1, Episodes 11-20:

  • Asylum
  • Let Sleeping Borg Lie
  • All the World’s a Stage
  • Crossroads
  • Masquerade
  • Preludes
  • Ghost in the Machine
  • Mindwalk
  • Supernova, Part 1
  • Supernova, Part 2

Special features

The 2-disc set includes 3 new in-depth featurettes with more than 45 minutes of content revealing how Star Trek heritage shapes Prodigy’s characters, story and settings.

  • The Odyssey of Prodigy
    • A review of the second half of the season with the director, producers and cast
  • Producing Prodigy: The Planets
    • Creating the different worlds of Prodigy and how the design, music, writing and show elements come together to create environments essential to the story.
  • Producing Prodigy: The Ships
    • Evolution of ship design in Star Trek and how its rich heritage influences the design of the U.S.S. Protostar and the Borg ship
  • 4 Collectible Character Cards – Limited Time Only!
    • Featuring: Murf, Jankom-Pog, Zero & Drednok along with highlights about the U.S.S. Protostar and The Borg and definitions of Universal Translator and the Neutral Zone.

Complete season 1 coming soon to Europe

The first volume of Prodigy season 1 wasn’t released in Europe. Instead Nickelodeon and Paramount will be releasing the complete season on disc for the UK and Germany

  • United Kingdom – September 25, 2023
  • Germany – October 5, 2023

Keep up with news about the Star Trek Universe at TrekMovie.com.

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I got a lot of heat here for saying they should just call this Season 2 given each part is 10 eps, plus the year-long break between the two, but now we clearly see that we have to pay for 2 separate Blu-Rays to get one season.

I was correct all along — this should really be Season 2. The only reason it isn’t called that is because of the marketing and $$$.

Absolutely agree with you. What a bunch of sh*t. And I’m going to wait until I see at least a couple of reviews here about the quality of the back 10 before I consider buying it sight unseen.

The quality of the back 10? Quality in what sense – A/V quality of the disc presentation? We’ll have to wait to find out, but it’s inconceivable to me that a Blu-ray release of a very recent CG-animated TV show would have anything less than the stellar A/V quality one would expect of an HD release drawn directly from the digital source. If you mean their quality as Star Trek episodes (story, etc.), these are episodes that were originally seen several months ago, and which I think most fans who’ve seen them agree maintain a high standard. I think the show is terrific, myself, though YMMV, of course, as always.

Episodes 11 to 20 of Prodigy have some episodes that are some of the best Star Trek in decades. Definitely worth a purchase.

Apparently they don’t consider Europeans and Brits as gullible as North Americans given they are going to get a release over there that has all 20 eps of S1.

I’m going to pick up that one at some point – I’ve got a multi region Blu-ray player given I watch a lot of international films as well as Blu-Ray releases of North American films that you can’t get here.

Actually dividing it into parts like that is kinda normal for animated shows with longer seasons. The long wait was because they didn’t want it airing at the same time as other Trek shows but waiting at least 4 months in between season halves is what LEGO has been doing for a while now.

Yeah. Just look at Family Guy. There was one season that was divided into four separate releases.

There’s a sucker born every minute

Fans in Britain in Europe are getting a single set release with all 20 eps on it though. They just know how gullible fans in North America are and that they will pay twice for something they should only have to pay once for.

Witness the majestic ostrich, sticking its head in the sand.

… yet easily out running obtuse fans with chips on their shoulders and extra large posteriors.

All kinds of good news today on the Trek animation front!

Great news! Love this series so much… I can’t believe it’s gone…