This ain't NO Star Trek parody.

Star Trek: Lower Decks is an American adult animated web television series created for CBS All Access by Mike McMahan. It is part of an expansion of the Star Trek franchise headed by executive producer Alex Kurtzman. It is the first animated series created for All Access, and the first animated Star Trek series since the 1973–74 series Star Trek: The Animated Series. Lower Decks follows the support crew of the U.S.S. Cerritos in the year 2380. McMahan serves as showrunner of the series.

Premise

Set in the alternative continuity, Star Trek: Lower Decks focuses on "the support crew serving on one of Starfleet’s least important ships" in the year 2380. The four ensigns are: Beckett Mariner, a cute, perky and fun-loving member and the supreme leader who always love having fun, Brad Boimler, the smartest member, D'Vana Tendi, a huge fan of Starfleet and Sam Rutherford, the cyborg engineer.

Why It Rocks

  1. It was served as the apology to the Star Trek franchise, after the infamous Star Trek: Discovery series.
  2. It could be better than the very idiotic ThunderCats Roar series.
  3. Smooth animation.
  4. Beckett Mariner is a very adorable protagonist, as she love having so much fun.
  5. It blended with Rick and Morty, the Star Trek franchise, Futurama and The Simpsons.
  6. Best voice acting.
  7. Its funny moments would be better than every Star Trek parody.
    • Due to being a very happy ensign, Beckett Mariner does her many, MANY very funny moments for every episode.
  8. It almost stays faithful to the franchise.
  9. Beckett Mariner's stupidity is impressive.
  10. Beckett Mariner's character design is so cute.
  11. Like the Star Trek franchise, the action scenes for every episode are entertaining.
  12. It starts the legacy of CBS Eye Animation Productions.
  13. Star Trek-themed puns are decent.
  14. Catchy rockin' theme song.
  15. Great soundtrack, thanks to Chris Westlake.

Bad Qualities

  1. Some of the Star Trek-themed puns are poorly-made.
  2. Wonky CG-animation.
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