Star Trek: Lower Decks
- Franchise: Star Trek
- Debut Date: August 6, 2020
- Streaming On: Paramount+
- Total Seasons So Far: 4
- Episodes Per Season: 10
Ensign Beckett Mariner
Ensign Brad Boimler
Ensign D’Vana Tendi
Ensign Sam Rutherford
Captain Carol Freedman
Created by McMahon, Star Trek: Lower Decks is a comedic animated series based in the universe of Star Trek. The series follows a group of low-ranked ensigns doing the menial work behind the scenes of a Star Trek adventure, the things that you don’t normally see.
Lower Decks Season 1 Plot Summary
Star Trek: Lower Decks season 1 largely revolved around introducing us to the show’s characters and its world. Beckett Mariner’s relationship with Captain Freeman is revealed by the season’s end and we’re introduced to characters who will later be pivotal to the show, like an Exocomp named Peanut Hamper and the villainous race of mental inferiors the Pakleds.
Lower Decks Season 2 Plot Summary
In season 2 Star Trek: Lower Decks turns the Pakleds into one of the show’s primary villains. The Pakleds first appeared on Star Trek: The Next Generation and were largely noteworthy for not being very intelligent. But stupidity is no obstacle to evil, and the Pakled set in motion a really dumb plan which has terrible consequences in later seasons.
Lower Decks Season 3 Plot Summary
Star Trek: Lower Decks season 3 resolves the Pakled plotlines of the previous season and sets off on new adventures. The Exocomp Peanut Hamper returns and the season finishes with a teaser that suggests Peanut Hamper could end up being the big villain of season 4.
Lower Decks Season 4
Lower Decks season 4 is currently in production and is expected in 2023.
Latest Star Trek: Lower Decks News
Shaxs, the rowdy security chief of Star Trek: Lower Decks, just joined a ship whose crew is made up of characters from four live-action Trek series in IDW’s Star Trek #7.
Mariner and Boimler from Star Trek: Lower Decks will appear in an upcoming episode of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, directed by Jonathan Frakes.
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In the penultimate Season 3 episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks, the enigmatic Breen return for the first time in over two decades.
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In the most recent episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks, the recurring villain Peanut Hamper – a sentient robot – had sex with a birdman.
In a new featurette, Armin Shimerman and Nana Visitor talk about their return to their Deep Space Nine roles in one of the most recent episodes of Star Trek: Lower Decks.
Armin Shimerman returned to the role of the Ferengi bartender Quark in this week’s episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks.
Today’s new episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks sees the return of the Karemma, who try to kidnap Quark into the Gamma Quadrant.
The newest episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks reveals that Ensign Rutherford’s memory has been altered by a clandestine Starfleet group.
Leah Brahms-a recurring character from TNG-just made a surprise appearance on Star Trek: Lower Decks, voiced by the original actress.
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Two of the best shows within the Star Trek franchise are about to have a crossover episode, only both shows are completely different mediums.
The cast from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine are going to be returning to the franchise, though it is not going to be in the traditional sense that fans think.
Star Trek: Lower Decks is one of the best shows in the franchise, and we had reported it would be branching into live-action. Now that report has been confirmed at Comic-Con.
They’re on their way back!
Now, Giant Freakin Robot has learned Paramount is planning to bring the Lower Decks character to live-action, and better yet, we have some details on how audiences can expect to see it actually happen.
A trailer for the upcoming season three of the acclaimed Star Trek: Lower Decks has been released, and predicatably, it’s pretty great.
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