STARS: The Journey to the Mars is the latest television series to feature the voices of famous people, including James Cameron, Oprah Winfrey, Tom Hanks, and many more.
The series is a collaboration between NBC Universal and Discovery Channel.
The first season will air in 2018.
In the series, Mars astronauts Will and Ruth are living on a tiny planet called Jovella.
Their journey is complicated by an array of challenges, from finding water to finding food and living off the planet.
The journey starts when the two find themselves trapped on a mysterious planet, where a group of explorers are attempting to find water for their spacecraft.
After finding the water, they are attacked by an aggressive alien, who is trying to steal their ship.
Will and his crew are saved by the help of an astronaut named Pete, who helps them survive the hostile environment.
The journey to Mars was created by Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, and aired on NBC from 1966 to 1979.
It was a classic series of science fiction, with many of the original characters featured in the original series, including the crew of the Enterprise.
The series starred a range of notable actors, including Robert Cardoza, Richard Dean Anderson, and Michael Sheen.
It also featured some of the most memorable lines of the first Star Trek series, which was aired from 1966-1979.
The Discovery Channel is planning a second season of The Journey, which will air on Discovery Channel beginning in 2021.
It will feature the voice cast of Will and the astronauts on the small planet Jovellan, as well as the voices from James Cameron and Oprah Winffery.
The show will also feature new original music by Grammy Award-winning composer John Williams, who also produced the series.
The Journey To Mars will air exclusively on Discovery on Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Watch the teaser below.