20 episodes of the popular but canceled Paramount+ animated series will stream at its new home on December 25.
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As he does with AWN every season, the two-time Emmy winner riffs on his latest collection of sci-fi adventures that ‘boldly, but not too boldly’ go where no one has gone before; his uniquely funny and very ‘Trekky’ adult animated comedy, the ‘Star Trek’ franchise’s first, is now streaming on Paramount+.
Season 1 to stream later in 2023, while Season 2, which was in production when canceled at Paramount+ this summer, will debut in 2024.
The hugely popular animated comedy that boldly goes – but not too boldly – ‘where no man has gone before,’ streams the first two Season 4 episodes today - September 7.
The animated comedy follows the antics of the Starfleet crew residing in the ‘lower decks,’ which is to say, where the lowly, less important crew goes about their business; new season kicks off September 7 with two episodes that go boldly – but not too boldly – ‘where no man has gone before.’
Last weekend at San Diego Comic-Con, the streamer teased Season 4 of its popular animated comedy series, revealing a clip, debut date and key art; the season kicks off with 2 new episodes this September.
The kid-centered animated series that debuted in Fall 2021 will hopefully find a new home after the streamer cancels the show prior to launching the previously greenlit sophomore season.
In the all-new episode debuting tomorrow on Paramount+, the crew answers a distress call to find a colony trapped in Starfleet’s past, and Rok-Tahk stays behind during the away mission to care for an unwell Murf.
Is there a sinister plan to rig the lottery for better crew quarters? In tomorrow’s all-new episode on Paramount+, ‘Room for Growth,’ Mariner, Boimler, and Tendi clash with their arch-rivals as Delta Shift and the Cerritos engineers go on mandatory relaxation leave; get a jump on tomorrow's episode and watch AWN’s sneak peek ‘Room Lottery.’
Creator Mike McMahan offers an in-depth look at the creative impulses and collaborative effort behind his hit Paramount+ animated sci-fi comedy, whose third season debuts today.
Mike McMahan’s animated comedy returns for its third season this August, and will collide with ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ in a live-action / animated episode in that hit show’s second season.
Streamer also drops key art for the new season of the popular animated series; created by Emmy Award winner Mike McMahan, the show tells the story of the crew serving on one of Starfleet’s least important ships, the U.S.S. Cerritos.
The first series of the storied franchise aimed at younger kids follows a group of lawless teens as they discover and commandeer a derelict Starfleet ship; the adventure beams onto Nickelodeon July 8.
Streamer unveils video and poster at this past Saturday’s ‘Star Trek: Mission Chicago’ fan event, joining with CBS to support ‘First Contact Day’ with $1 donation for every Tweet sent using hashtag #StarTrekUnitedGives through April 10.
Streamer announces new seasons and upcoming premiere dates for ‘Star Trek: Discovery,’ ‘Star Trek: Picard,’ ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds,’ ‘Star Trek: Lower Decks,’ and ‘Star Trek: Prodigy.’
More adventures await the motley crew of the U.S.S. Protostar with an all-new season coming from Nickelodeon Animation Studio and CBS Studios’ Eye Animation Production; Season 1 episodes drop weekly through November 18 with the last five episodes rolling out beginning January 6.
Creators Kevin and Dan Hageman and director Ben Hibon talk about the conception and production of the first ‘Star Trek’ series geared specifically to kids, premiering today on Paramount+.
Streamer’s NY Comic Con panels reveals the highly anticipated new CG series’ Kathryn Janeway hologram and just added voice cast members; show premieres October 28 with a one-hour special episode, ‘Lost & Found.’
The ‘China, IL’ creator’s new 2D animated adult comedy, about a fun, wacky mom who loses her job, forcing a family move from riches to rags, fondly reflects his own upbringing in the razorback state; show premieres today on Paramount+.
Series star Kate Mulgrew and executive producers Kevin and Dan Hageman unveiled the materials at yesterday’s Star Trek Day celebration; show debut set for October 28 with a one-hour premiere.
John Noble and Jimmi Simpson are welcomed aboard as the show’s bad guys, joining the cast that includes Kate Mulgrew reprising her role from ‘Star Trek: Voyager,’ on the upcoming CG animated ‘Star Trek’ series; show debuts on Paramount+ later this year.
With a Primetime Emmy nomination in hand, the ‘Star Trek’ franchise’s first adult animated comedy launches its sophomore season on Paramount+ with a fresh set of sci-fi adventures often overshadowed by nerve-wracking crew discoveries of their own inner hopes and dreams.
The ‘China, IL’ creator Brad Neely’s all-new 2D adult comedy follows a single mom in Arkansas forced to move to the ‘other side’ of town; series premieres September 16 exclusively on the streaming network.
Virtual panel at Comic-Con@Home featured a conversation with cast members and creator Mike McMahan, part of the Paramount+’s ‘Peak’ Animation programming block; the hit half-hour comedy about the crew of one of Starfleet’s least important ships is available in the US exclusively on the streamer.