Star Trek: Prodigy

Reviews of Prodigy are written and posted as the series airs. Please note that all reviews contain spoilers.


Season 1 (2021-2022)

  • 10/28/2021. Lost and Found 3 stars — An unlikely team of juvenile alien misfits working as slave labor on a mining colony attempt to escape the clutches of their captors when they discover a prototype Federation starship mysteriously buried in the mine.
  • 11/4/2021. Starstruck 2 stars — On the run from the Diviner in the stolen USS Protostar, the makeshift crew face their first challenge when they are caught in the gravitational forces of a dying star.
  • 11/11/2021. Dream Catcher 2.5 stars — The crew of the Protostar lands on an uninhabited, lush alien world, where the lines between reality and imagination become blurred.
  • 11/18/2021. Terror Firma 3 stars — Stranded on a hostile planet, the crew must work together with Gwyn to survive. Meanwhile, the Diviner approaches with intentions of reclaiming the stolen Protostar.
  • 1/6/2022. Kobayashi 3.5 stars — With some downtime after a narrow escape, Dal tests his leadership abilities in the holodeck, where he repeatedly takes one of Starfleet's most famous simulation exams.
  • 1/13/2022. First Con-tact 2.5 stars — Dal makes a deal with a Ferengi woman from his past to retrieve an artifact from a nearby world in what could be a dangerous first-contact encounter.
  • 1/20/2022. Time Amok 2 stars — A spatial anomaly causes the Protostar to be split across various timelines moving at different speeds — all approaching a point in time where the ship will be destroyed in an explosion.
  • 1/27/2022. A Moral Star, Part 1 2.5 stars — The crew of the Protostar faces a pivotal decision when the Diviner offers to release the imprisoned miners of Tars Lamora in exchange for their starship.
  • 2/3/2022. A Moral Star, Part 2 3 stars — As a major conflict draws near, the Diviner reveals to Gwyn the true motivations behind his ultimate plan to unleash havoc upon the Federation.

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