Star Trek animated comedy ‘Lower Decks’ heads to Blu-ray on May 18
Paramount + (born CBS All Access) could become the Star Trek streaming service (among other things), but if you haven’t paid the $ 6 a month or prefer to own physical media, you can still snag the new Trek shows on Blu-ray and DVD. From May 18, you will be able to pick up a copy of last year Lower decks in both formats with many special features that will not be available on Paramount +.
Star Trek: Lower Bridges was only the second animated Star Trek show in history, after Star Trek The Animated Series in 1973 (and soon joined by Star Trek: Prodigy). He has often been described as “Family guy in space ”, and there are a lot of scatological jokes to back this claim. But it’s also a strangely positive, sometimes even heartwarming look at the lives of four brands on the USS. Cerritos – a Starfleet ship that is definitely not in the same league as Kirk or Picard Business. It’s loaded with jokes and deep references to appeal to old-school fans, along with a memorable characterization and heck of a season finale.
Along with the 10 Season 1 episodes, you’ll get special features like “Lower Decktionary,” essentially a companion series exploring things like character development, music, and design. There are also animatics, a guide to some of the Easter eggs, and even a full trailer for episode nine of Mariner’s Holodeck extravaganza. Crisis Point: The Rise of Vindicta.