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STAR TREK : Lower Decks – CBS All Access has revealed that its next Star Trek TV series are going to be the animated comedy Lower Decks, from Rick and Morty writer Mike McMahan. it’s releasing on 6 August, 2020 and can air on Thursdays on CBS All Access.


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Star Trek: Lower Decks is, because the name suggests, focused on the lower-level crew on the USS Cerritos, and it’s set after the film star Trek: Nemesis (but before Picard). It’s an adult animated comedy, and therefore the first Star Trek animated series since 1973. there is no trailer for it, yet, but we’re expecting something with an Adult Swim-style tone, supported McMahan’s involvement and therefore the visual sort of the show. The voice cast includes The Boys’ Jack Quaid

Lower Decks is about within the year 2380 and revolves around U.S.S. Cerritos Ensigns Mariner (Tawny Newsome), Boimler (Jack Quaid), Rutherford (Eugene Cordero) and Tendi (Noël Wells), who are tasked with “keeping up with their duties and their social lives while the ship is being rocked by a mess of sci-fi anomalies.”

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STAR TREK : Lower Decks – The Starfleet characters that comprise the ship’s bridge crew include Captain Carol Freeman (Dawnn Lewis), Commander Jack Ransom (Jerry O’Connell), Lieutenant Shaxs (Fred Tatasciore) and Dr. T’Ana (Gillian Vigman).

Lower Decks, which received a two-season straight-to-series order in Oct. 2018, joins a growing list of Star Trek series on CBS All Access that currently includes live-action offerings Picard and Discovery. Other Trek projects within the pipeline include the U.S.S. Enterprise-set series Strange New Worlds and a neighborhood 31-based series starring Michelle Yeoh.


It’s unclear where Star Trek: Lower Decks will stream within the UK and Australia, but past seasons of Star Trek: Discovery and Star Trek: Picard have released on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video respectively. Hopefully it’ll land on one among those sooner instead of later.


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