Star Trek: Prodigy Season 1 Episodes 11-20
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Star Trek: Prodigy Season 1 Episodes 11-20 Blu-ray Review

The first season of Star Trek: Prodigy is now available on Blu-ray with the recent release of Star Trek: Prodigy Season 1 Episodes 11-20. The series has found success on both Nickelodeon and Paramount+ thanks to its blend of Star Trek sci-fi and family television. Thanks to some smart choices, Kevin and Dan Hageman have created a new spin on Star Trek that the whole family can bond over and enjoy.

“In the remaining Star Trek: Prodigy Season One episodes, as the hopeful crew makes their way toward Starfleet, their dreams are threatened when they discover the U.S.S. Protostar harbors a weapon designed to tear the United Federation of Planets apart,” reads the synopsis. “To make matters worse, the U.S.S. Dauntless is on a manhunt for the Protostar as the real Vice Admiral Janeway is eager to uncover what happened to her missing former First Officer Chakotay. With these two ships on a collision course and destruction on the horizon, the fate of the Alpha Quadrant hangs in the balance. This 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.”

This package features the final 10 episodes of Prodigy, which sees the young makeshift alien crew of the USS Protostar continue on their journey. The stakes are raised with a Borg encounter in Episode 12 and a surprisingly intense two-part season finale. While this is more targeted at children than other Star Trek fare, the return of Kate Mulgrew as Kathryn Janeway is a real thrill for longtime fans, and there are plenty of other references to the greater universe that make it all the more worth watching. After all, at its core, it’s a fun, well-written sci-fi show, regardless of age.

The second disc of the two-disc set features three featurettes that total over 45 minutes. The biggest of these is “The Odyssey of Prodigy,” a 21-minute video that features the creatives and voice actors discussing the series’ progression and their goals. It’s an interesting watch, especially to see Mulgrew discussing going back to the role of Janeway in animated form. The other two featurettes are “Producing Prodigy: The Planets” and “Producing Prodigy: The Ships,” which are 14 and 12 minutes long, respectively. These are more focused and informative looks at their respective topics. It’s really impressive to see how much thought goes into every aspect, and I could listen to producers discuss Star Trek ship designs all day.

As for the packaging, the initial release includes a slip cover and four character cards (including cards for fan-favorites like Zero and Murf). The cards are colorful and have descriptions on the back. All of the designs match nicely to the packaging of Season 1 Episodes 1-10, so fans that have gotten both sets won’t have to worry about anything clashing.

Star Trek: Prodigy Season 1 Episodes 11-20 Blu-ray Review: Final Verdict

The Star Trek: Prodigy Season 1 Episodes 11-20 Blu-ray is a nice collection that wraps up the first season of the animated Star Trek show. Fun for children and adults, the show ups its intensity in the back half and rewards longtime fans with some familiar faces. Backed up by some worthwhile special features, this is a nice collection that fans will find worth buying.

Disclosure: The publisher provided ComingSoon with the product for our Star Trek: Prodigy Season 1 Episodes 11-20 Blu-ray review.

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