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Thanks to the free month of Paramount+ I decided to check out Star Trek Prodigy Season 1. I did not know much about this Nickelodeon television show. It can be nice to just check something out with no idea what it is about or where it is going. Star Trek Prodigy Season 1 has nine to eleven episodes. It all depends on how you count. The shows are generally under thirty minutes each. The first episode has two parts and it is put together as one double length episode on Paramount+. The last two episodes are also parts one and two and they are kept separate.

We find a motley group of aliens in the Delta Quadrant in Star Trek Prodigy Season 1. They are mining in a prison colony where they were sold into slave labor. They find the USS Protostar and escape. Their captor was actually trying to find that ship. The group of aliens learn to work together and become a crew. There are some small hints given here and there to what happened to the ship in the past. How it got lost is a bit of a mystery still.

Star Trek Prodigy Season 1 contains some issues that will bother families. Those issues are violence, lying, stealing, and more. There is a hologram of Janeway that brags about how great she was. Of all of the Star Fleet captains she continues to be my least favorite. She is very wishy washy in Star Trek Prodigy Season 1. At times she enforces Star Fleet protocols. Other times she just ignores them and makes the ship stealing aliens feel better.

There is some humor here and there in Star Trek Prodigy Season 1. The group of aliens eventually form into a crew in Star Trek Prodigy Season 1. The time anomaly episode is a great example of when and where they worked together to become a crew. The rock like character comes into her own in Star Trek Prodigy Season 1 as well. Having all of that time alone to study must have helped in that regard. The time episode is fascinating.

Star Trek Prodigy Season 1 even lets us see an obsessive amount of effort put into beating the Kobayashi Maru. There are plenty of characters from the past put into Star Trek Prodigy Season 1. I liked the animation and voice acting in Star Trek Prodigy Season 1. I am curious to see where this crew goes from here. Star Trek Prodigy Season 1 ends with a bit of a connection to the second season. What did happen with the original crew of this ship?
- Paul

UPDATE {12/28/2022}: Family Friendly Gaming was provided the Blu-ray version of Star Trek Prodigy Season 1 that contains seventy-five minutes of special features and character cards.


Graphics: 75%
Sound: 75%
Replay/Extras: 85%
Gameplay: 75%
Family Friendly Factor: 65%

System: Paramount+/Blu-ray
Publisher: Nickelodeon
Developer: CBS Studios
Rating: ‘TV-Y7’ for SEVEN and OLDER ONLY

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