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Star Command
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Television show information

Genre

Action
Adventure
Comedy
Science fiction

Based on

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
by Mark McCorkle
Robert Schooley
Tad Stones

Voices of

Nicole Sullivan
Larry Miller
Sam Riegel

Composer(s)

James L. Venable

Country of
origin

United States

Original
language(s)

English

Production

Executive
producer(s)

Tad Stones
Mark McCorkle
Robert Schooley

Running time

22 minutes

Production
company(s)

Pixar Animation Studios

Distributor

Disney–ABC Domestic Television

Broadcast

Original
network

Disney Channel

Original release

October 2, 2020

Chronology

Preceded by

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command

Star Command is an American animated sci-fi comedy adventure series and a sequel/revival to the 2000‒2001 series Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. The series originally airs on Disney Channel on October 2, 2020, as to tribute the original series' twentieth anniversary.

The cast members of the original series reprise their roles, with the exception of Patrick Warburton, as his character is deceased in the series along with Wayne Knight's character; and followed by Stephen Furst, as he passed away on June 16, 2017. This series' cast members include Liliana Mumy as rookie Inez Galactic and Dave Foley as informative robot Assignment Droid.

Premise

Taking place five years after the original series, Buzz Lightyear had sacrificed himself to save the galaxy from Emperor Zurg's station by blowing it up, with Zurg along with it.

Team Lightyear member, Mira Nova, leads the remaining team members Booster Munchapper and XR on their further missions and adventures throughout the galaxy. Meanwhile, Zurg's former henchman, Warp Darkmatter, leads the remaining army of Zurg's to carry on his legacy.

Cast

Main cast

Supporting cast

Additional cast

Jim Cummings, Kath Soucie, Tom Kenny, Tress MacNeille, Jim Ward, Grey Griffin, and Tom Kane provide additional voices.

Production

Star Command Team Lightyear

Team Lightyear's remaining members:
Booster Munchapper (left), XR (middle), and Mira Nova (right).

Casting

Among the cast being hired to come back as their signature roles, the role for Booster Munchapper was given to veteran voice actor Sam Riegel due to the passing of Stephen Furst in 2017, while Rob Paulsen replaces John O'Hurley as Mira Nova's father King Nova, including Jeff Pidgeon reprising his role as the Little Green Men in place of Patrick Warburton.

Voices chosen for the new characters were Liliana Mumy as Inez Galactic and Dave Foley as Assignment Droid.

Music

The series's music is provided by James L. Venable (known from The Powerpuff Girls and My Life as a Teenage Robot fame) as opposed to Adam Berry.

Animation

Aside from Wang Film Productions, that was the animation provider for the previous series, the animation on this series is done by Rough Draft Korea.

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