Star Trek: Prodigy: Season 1 Volume 1 Review and #Giveaway – Ends 1-31-2023

Get ready to travel among the stars for some galactic adventures with an all-new crew in Star Trek: Prodigy: Season 1 Volume 1 Blu-ray™ and DVD! Join the cool kids as they come together as a team to navigate a cosmic collision, explore new planets, and find themselves along the way in ten adventurous episodes. Go beyond each episode with never-before-seen bonus content and exclusive cards featuring key art from the series!

Star Trek: Prodigy: Season 1 Volume 1 will be available on Blu-ray™ and DVD from Paramount Home Entertainment and Nickelodeon Home Entertainment on January 3, 2023, for the suggested retail price of $17.99. It will have 10 episodes:

  • Lost and Found, Part I
  • Lost and Found, Part II
  • Starstruck
  • Dreamcatcher
  • Terror Firma
  • Kobayashi
  • First Con-tact
  • Time Amok
  • A Moral Star, Part 1
  • A Moral Star, Part 2

I got the chance to review Star Trek: Prodigy: Season 1 Volume 1 and here is what I thought.

Get ready for Star Trek from the eyes of a young crew travelling the stars with guidance from one of my favorite captains, Janeway, as a hologram. Like Voyager, Dal, Gwyn, Jankom Pogm, Zero. Rok-Tahk, and Murf make their way towards the Alpha Quadrant all while trying to keep the ship in one piece, escaping a time traveling Vau N’Akat known as The Diviner, and trying to work together to make something of their cadet Starfleet life.

Star Trek: Prodigy is meant for a young audience with the characters learning morals and going through growing pains. The show teaches working together, empathy, the importance of research, listening to those who can help, and more. But while these are common themes throughout the show, adults will find there is a lot for them as well. Star Trek: Prodigy may look like a kids show, but it feels very adult. We get fantastic character growth, wonderful voice acting, and tons of easter eggs from past series that fans will find. For example, in Terror Firma, did anyone catch the shape of the Exocomps? I know I was excited to see them!

We also get a wonderful antagonist who is bent on stopping the Federation from meeting his people on Solum in an effort to stop a world ending civil war. The Diviner travels back in time, through a wormhole, and searches out the Protostar, the ship our crazy crew just-so-happens to be flying. It is a long arc to the series and one the audience will enjoy. Personally, I have always liked a “bad guy” that believed he was doing good. It creates a well rounded character.

The art, they stories, and the easter eggs makes Star Trek: Prodigy Season 1, Volume 1 and amazing series and fun to watch. I love the character developments, the amazing colors, and even the morals the show teaches. It’s fantastic that it caters to both kids and adults. I give Star Trek: Prodigy Season 1, Volume 1 five stars!

In celebration of such an amazing Star Trek show coming to DVD, we are hosting a giveaway!!! Use the form below to enter for a chance to win Star Trek: Prodigy Season 1, Volume 1 on DVD. Comment, follow, tweet, and visit my social media platforms to earn entry points. One winner will be randomly selected to win Feb 1, 2023! Good Luck!

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    • Mikhail Rapoport on 01/05/2023 at 15:14

    My favorite Star Trek character is Mr. Spock

    • Brian on 01/04/2023 at 14:40


    • Daniel M on 01/02/2023 at 17:40


    • bill norris on 01/02/2023 at 01:07

    I’ve been a Worf fan for a while now.

    • Gina Ferrell on 01/01/2023 at 15:29

    My favorite Star Trek character is Spock.

    • Shakeia Rieux on 12/31/2022 at 23:18

    I don’t have a favorite character.

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