“Star Trek: Lower Decks” is a Star Trek TV show that follows the lives of Starfleet crew members who live and work on the ship’s lower decks. Season 2 of Star Trek: Lower Decks premieres with episode 10, “The Holiest Thing,” and will continue following these characters as they explore new worlds, meet new lifeforms, and face compelling challenges.
13 August 2021
Cast and characters:
– Star Trek: Lower Decks follows the lives of Starfleet crew members who live and work on the ship’s lower decks.
– Commander Grey: The first human to graduate from Starfleet Academy with a specialization in engineering.
– Ensign Delgado: A young, Starfleet crew member who has always wanted to explore new worlds and meet other lifeforms.
– Lieutenant Junior Grade Bradley Fenton: The Executive Officer of the USS Black Hawk under Captain Gabriel Lorca
– Lt. Luria: Star Trek: Lower Decks’ first female Klingon to serve as a Starfleet officer
– Kalara: Star Trek: Lower Decks’ first Kelpien to serve onboard the USS Black Hawk
– Lieutenant Commander Stewart Adams: The Chief Engineer of Star Trek: Lower Deck’s USS Black Hawk, and friend of Lt. Luria
-Ensign Robin Lefler: Star Trek: Lower Decks’ first human female to serve as a Starfleet officer
– Lt. Commander Nora Darsek: Star Trek: Lower Deck’s USS Black Hawk’s Communications Officer.
– Ensign Itsuki Koizumi: Star Trek: Lower Deck’s Communications Officer
– Commander Paul Stamets: Star Trek: Lower Deck’s new Captain who was assigned the role after Lorca is killed in an explosion on Star Trek: Discovery
Lower Decks season two will explore Stamets’ first mission in command, with Star Trek Discovery’s Lt. Commander Saru serving as his second-in-command and Lieutenant Luria reporting for duty with the rank of Acting Ensign.
In Star Trek: Lower Deck’s season one finale, Lorca is killed by a Klingon spy, and Star Trek: Discovery’s Commander Paul Stamets is promoted to Captain. The USS Black Hawk was destroyed in the season one finale, just before Lorca’s death.
The show follows the lives of the crew aboard one of Starfleet’s least important ships, or at least that’s what they were told when Captain Christopher Pike assigns them to be part of his crew onboard the USS Black Hawk, a ship that was originally going to be decommissioned before Pike convinced Star Fleet Command to let him have it.
The crew of the USS Black Hawk is made up entirely of children, who were all assigned their jobs in life by Starfleet’s finest computers and ranked according to individual skill sets.