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An untitled Star Trek series is a second animated cartoon series that will follow Star Trek: Lower Decks. According to Alex Kurtzman, "there will be a minimum of two animated series as he continues to build out the franchise."

With regards to this series, Kurtzman stated that unlike Lower Decks, this series will be kid-focused with an "entirely different perspective and an entirely different tone," adding, "What's exciting about it is not only looking at each animated series as what's the different tone, but what's the different technology we can apply to these things so that visually they're entirely different?" [1]

In February 2019, it was announced Nickelodeon had entered talks to air the show, and Trollhunters writers and executive producers Kevin and Dan Hageman had boarded the project. [2]

On 24 April 2019, it was revealed that the series would indeed air on Nickelodeon and focus on a group of lawless teenage characters finding a derelict Starfleet ship which they use to "search for adventure, meaning and salvation". [3]

Development Edit

In July 2019, the Hagemans announced the full writers' room for the show. [4] Among those revealed to be writing the series are Trollhunters writer-producers Aaron Waltke and Chad Quandt, The 100 writer-producers Shawna Benson and Julie Benson, Black Sails writer Lisa Boyd, Shades of Blue writer Nikhil Jayaram, and Diandra Pendleton-Thompson.

Promotion Edit

Products Edit

In June 2019, Eaglemoss Collections' project manager Ben Robinson indicated that the company will manufacture starship miniatures from this series. [5]

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