By Dan Lawrence | published
Like Marvel and DC, the Star Trek franchise has had its time to shine in the infamous Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con, which runs this weekend from July 21 through July 24. Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 3 tractor. The trailer revealed an outstanding return to Deep Space Nine.
Star Trek: Lower Decks Follow the USS Cerritus support crew on their comic adventures through space in the Paramount+ animated comedy series. A cast of characters are seen in the Season 3 trailer (see below) battling a number of monsters and exploring many other mundane locations as well as on a hunt to rescue Captain Freeman, after her surprise arrest at the height of Season Two. the end of Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 3 The trailer then reveals the USS Cerritos orbiting Deep Space Nine, the famous space station that serves as the central location for the TV series. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine It was the first branch of the hugely popular company Star Trek: The Next Generation which debuted in 1993. The show focused on the previously mentioned Deep Space Nine space station, which orbits the planet, Bajaur. Deep Space Nine, a Federation-owned space station, is protected by its captain, Benjamin Sisko and his crew as several threats claim to take over the station due to its attractive location, next to a space-time-jumping wormhole. The show ran for seven seasons and was a huge hit among critics, earning a Rotten Tomatoes score of 91% in all seven seasons among critics and an average audience score of 88%. As one of the highest rated among the many series the Star Trek universe has to offer, the inclusion of the Honorary Space Station from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is a big deal for Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 3.
Here’s a closer look at the old station, as shown in the trailer for Season 3 of Lower Decks…
They even showed us the Bajoran wormhole in a live homage to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’s opening credits. Here is the classic DS9 opening credit sequence for comparison…
as well as Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 3 The trailer was revealed at the Star Trek’s Hall H SDCC panel, and a massive Star Trek Crossover event was announced, with the cast and characters being announced. lower floors He will appear in a live/animated episode in the second season of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. More big news from the Star Trek board came in the form of a trailer for Season 3 of Star Trek: PicardAnd the Which revealed the return of several cast members from Star Trek: The Next Generation. The trailer showed the likes of Lavar Burton reprising his role as Jordi Laforge, Jerry Ryan as Seven of the Nine, Michelle Heard as Ravi Mossker, Michel Dorn as Wharf, Marina Sirtis as Diana Troy, Jonathan Frakes as Will Riker, Gates Macfadyen as Beverly. crusher. check the Piccard Season 3 trailer is here.
where is the Star Trek: Picard The trailer featured a large cast of characters returning from decades past, and Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 3 The trailer had a more accurate call through the Deep Space Nine flight. There’s clearly a lot of excitement for Trekkies with Paramount’s upcoming Star Trek content, all tied to a wave of nostalgia.