Star Trek: The Animated Series star Trek: Star Trek to return as part of Cartoon Network’s “Trekverse”

Cartoon Network will launch a new Star Trek cartoon on Monday called Star Trek, in which the original series will be reimagined with new voices.

Star Trek and the original Star Trek TV series were popular, but the show has not been renewed for a fifth season in nearly 30 years.

The new Star Wars cartoon, which was announced at the Cartoon Network Studios convention in Orlando, Florida, was a big success with fans.

The first episode will be shown on Monday, Oct. 11, the Cartoon network said in a statement.

Cartoon Network has been looking to revive Star Trek for some time.

The animated series was the longest-running of its kind on TV and it was a huge success, with more than 8.5 million viewers tuning in each night in 2005.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Trek’s spinoff show that aired on Starz, was canceled after its third season.

In 2018, Cartoon Network also announced Star Trek the Animated Series would return for a third season, which Cartoon Network executive vice president and president of programming Jon Miller said was in line with Cartoon Network CEO John Landgraf’s “reboot of Star Trek” plan.

“Star Trek will continue to live on and continue to entertain fans, including children, who love its iconic characters,” Miller said in the statement.

The Star Trek television series was created by Gene Roddenberry in 1963 and ran for two seasons on Star Trek from 1966 to 1968.

The series ran for 13 years.

Cartoon networks have made Star Trek a staple of their blockbusters.

Starz has Star Trek in its lineup, as well as its original series, which launched in 2003.

StarZ and Cartoon Network have also launched Star Trek-themed shows for kids, like The Amazing World of Gumball and the Cartoon Zoo, which features cartoon characters.