Star Trek: Lower Decks: Mariner Goes to War… With Herself?

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Star Trek: Lower Decks, is the newest spin-off of the Star Trek franchise. It is an animated show following a crew of least importance set in 2380. This show is the second animated series of the franchise following, Star Trek: The Animated Series which aired between 1973 and 1974.

Performance:

This show has more of an adult comedy to it. And is extremely hilarious. It has gotten decent reviews from the fans and has a 6.5/10 on IMDb. 

Star Cast

The new show, unlike the old one, has a diverse cast including Tawny Newsome, Jack Quaid, Noel Wells, Eugene Cordero, Dawnn Lewis, Jerry O’Connell and Gillian Vigman. This show has been a huge asset especially for the hardcore Trekkies to help them get through the hard times. 

Show Time

The show was initially scheduled to be produced in March 2020 but due to the technical difficulties caused due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. So, the whole production was done remotely and the series premiered on August 6, 2020. 

Latest Episode Story

Mike McMahan, the creator of the series for has really done his research. The inside jokes for the fans are abundant and at the same time, people who’ve not watched Star Trek before can also enjoy the show equally.

Furthermore, in the latest episode 9, Mariner showcases herself as villain which indeed depicting the ‘crises point’. It will be a great fun to watch Mariner making specific arrangements to break the rules in villainous act and involve herself in digital fight.

Considering that, the episode itself is a great twist that makes it must watch show.

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