The best thing about the Star Trek Universe on Paramount+ is that even once a season of a particular program concludes, you won’t have to wait very long for fresh episodes of any of its numerous shows.
Consider the fact that Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ Season 1 finale aired on July 7 (it has since been renewed), yet Star Trek: Lower Decks’ Season 3 will now launch on Thursday, August 25, according to Paramount+. The weekly Thursday release of the half-hour animated comedy’s 10-episode season will begin. The streaming service also debuted the Season 3 key image, which you can see in its entirety below.
The Uss Cerritos Ensigns Will Be Challenged by Star Trek: Lower Decks in Season 3’s (hilarious)
Starting with a stunning resolution to Season 2’s epic cliffhanger ending (which saw Dawnn Lewis‘ Captain Carol Freeman jailed), Star Trek: Lower Decks will confront the U.S.S. Cerritos ensigns in (hilarious) ways they could never conceive in Season 3.
The U.S.S. Cerritos’s “lower decks” are home to the Starfleet crew Ensigns Beckett Mariner (voiced by Tawny Newsome), Brad Boiler (played by Jack Quaid), Tendi (voiced by Noel Wells), and Rutherford (voiced by Eugene Cordero). Freeman, Commander Jack Ransom (voiced by Jerry O’Connell), and Doctor T’Ana are among the Starfleet characters who make up the U.S.S. Cerritos’ bridge crew (voiced by Gillian Vigman).
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Eye Animation Productions for CBS Produces Mike Mc Mahan’s Star Trek: Lower Decks.
Produced by Secret Hideout, Roddenberry Entertainment, and CBS Eye Animation Productions, Star Trek: Lower Decks was conceived by Mike McMahan. Alex Kurtzman of Secret Hideout, Rod Roddenberry and Trevor Roth of Roddenberry Entertainment,
Katie Krentz of 219 Productions and Heather Kadin co-executive produce with McMahan (who also serves as showrunner). McMahan joined the project thanks to executive producer and Secret Hideout director Aaron Baiers. The series’ animation studio is the independent, Emmy Award-winning Titmouse production firm.