Star Trek: Prodigy’s Opening Sequence Reveals a Soaring Protostar

Paramount+’s Star Trek: Prodigy is one step closer to its debut. During a recent TCA panel for the series, executive producers Kevin and Dan Hageman unveiled the show’s opening title sequence, which gives viewers an idea where the USS Protostar’s young crew will boldly go when their adventure begins later this year. You can check it out for yourself below

Every Star Trek series deserves a rousing musical theme to go along its characters’ interstellar exploits. That’s why Paramount+ enlisted Michael Giacchino, who previously scored all three films in the rebooted Star Trek series, to compose the main titles for Prodigy. However, that’s as far as Giacchino’s contributions go. The episodes themselves will be scored by Nami Melumad.

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“I am excited that I had the opportunity to write the main theme for Kevin and Dan’s latest project, and as always am thrilled to be a part of the Star Trek family,” said Giacchino in a new statement. “I’m especially looking forward to everyone hearing the incredible work of composer Nami Melumad, who will take the reins of scoring the episodes. Not only is she extremely talented, she is a true Star Trek fan.”

Additionally, Paramount+ has revealed new images of the show’s primary antagonists. That includes The Diviner (voiced by John Noble), who lords over the asteroid world where Prodigy’s heroes (including his own daughter, Gwyn) meet. The other image gives us our first look at The Diviner’s robot henchman, Drednok, as voiced by Jimmi Simpson.

Star Trek: Prodigy will debut on Paramount+ sometime this fall.

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