On Saturday, August 5, 2023, a new Star Trek: Prodigy clip was released at the STLV:57-Year Mission. After the clip was shared at the annual Star Trek convention in Las Vegas it was also released on StarTrek.com. In addition to giving us a glimpse at the shape of the upcoming season, the clip reveals the inclusion of another Star Trek alum to Prodigy‘s roster. This is the Emergency Medical Hologram (EMH), better known as “The Doctor” (Robert Picardo).

Star Trek: Prodigy season 2 clip

The clip begins in San Francisco on Earth. It shows Dal R’El (Brett Gray) reuniting with his friends from the Protostar, as seen in Prodigy season 1. These include Rok-Tahk (Rylee Alazraqui), Zero (Angus Imrie), Murf (Dee Bradley Baker), and Jankom Pog (Jason Mantzoukas). They also discuss the absent additional member of their crew, Gwyn (Ella Purnell). This conversation includes several updates for the status quo since season 1.

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As the clip continues, The Doctor arrives to pick up the former Protostar and bring them to meet Vice Admiral Janeway (Kate Mulgrew). This reveals the hero ship for Prodigy season 2: the Voyager-A! Dialogue by The Doctor further reveals that this is a distinct ship (the original Voyager having been turned into a museum). However, it has been specifically updated with the technologies pioneered and developed by Star Trek: Voyager‘s crew during their tenure in the Delta Quadrant.

While every detail revealed by the clip is exciting, Prodigy season 2 still does not have an officially announced home. Furthermore, season 1 is not available for streaming. However, season 1 is available for digital purchase. Meanwhile, the first half of season 1 is available for purchase on physical media, with the second half to follow in late September, as confirmed at San Diego Comic-Con 2022.

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You can watch the season 2 clip on StarTrek.com right now. Please be sure and let us know what you think of it as we all cross our fingers for an official release (and renewal) announcement for Prodigy season 2.

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