When CBS first , it should it would premiere on Nickelodeon. That’s no longer the case. The computer-animated series for kids will now instead debut on later this year.
Only once it completes its initial 10-episode run will the series make its way to the specialty channel.
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The shift is part of a new strategy that will see Paramount+ become the current and future home of everything Star Trek related.
Not only will you be able to watch Star Trek: Prodigyand all 726 episodes from the six classic series on the streaming platform, the new seasons of Discover and Picard will also call Paramount+ home in the US, as will Strange New Worldswhen it comes out.