As Star Trek: Lower Decks returns for its fourth season, the animated comedy series is still lots of fun while staying true to Star Trek. Next to Star Trek: Strange New Worlds and the final season of Picard, this series is a nice way of introducing new fans to Star Trek. If the recent crossover episode was your first introduction to the cast, I recommend watching the first three seasons before the newest season. The…"Star Trek: Lower Decks – Season 4"
Star Trek: Lower Decks continues to bring the fun as the animated comedy series comes back for its third season on Paramount+. I’ve had the opportunity to watch the first eight episodes of the new season. They stay true to the formula that worked with them for the first two seasons. Of course, they start to have fun and change it up starting with the eighth episode. While press haven’t received screeners for the final…"Star Trek: Lower Decks – Season 3"
The second season of Star Trek: Lower Decks follows the lower-deckers on the USS Cerritos as they continue to go on new adventures. After introducing us to new characters, Mike McMahan continues to bring the fun. There’s no shortage of comedy during the second season. At the same time, there’s no shortage of easter eggs either. In fact, the doors are open here for more characters from Star Trek: The Next Generation to make their return.…"Star Trek: Lower Decks – Season 2"
Star Trek: Lower Decks is an animated series that follows the adventures of the low-ranking officers on the USS Cerritos. The Cerritos might look like the Enterprise but this ship is the furthest from. It is among the least important ships within the entire Federation. Animation aside, one of the things that makes this series a breath of fresh air is in its focus on the lower decks. While the captain and other senior staff…"Star Trek: Lower Decks – Season 1"