Star Trek: Nickelodeon and CBS in talks to develop new animated series geared towards kids

This is the second animated Star Trek project to have been announced after Star Trek: Lower Decks

Press Trust of India February 14, 2019 14:00:40 IST
Star Trek: Nickelodeon and CBS in talks to develop new animated series geared towards kids

Los Angeles: A new Star Trek animated kids show is in the works at Nickelodeon.

According to Variety, CBS Television Studios and Nickelodeon are negotiating for the new series aimed at children.

The series hails from writers Kevin and Dan Hageman, but plot details are currently under wraps.

If things work out, the series will mark the first new Star Trek TV project to debut outside of CBS All Access.

This is the second animated Star Trek project to be announced.

Last year in October, CBS All Access gave a two-season order to the adult animated series Star Trek: Lower Decks, to be created by Rick & Morty writer Mike McMahan. It will focus on the the support crew serving on one of Starfleet's least important ships.

All Access is also working on a series that will see the return of Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean-Luc Picard.

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