SDCC 2023—Strange New Worlds/Lower Decks Crossover Surprise Drop

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Thought you had enough Star Trek: Strange New Worlds this week? think again Not wanting to make fans who didn’t beam straight to San Diego Comic-Con feel left out, Paramount has taken the surprising step of releasing the series’ latest installment — its highly anticipated crossover with Star Trek: Lower Decks– now for everyone.

Yes, starting at 4:00 PM PT/7:00 PM ET today “Those Old Scientists”, the seventh episode of Strange New WorldsThe series’ second season is streaming on Paramount+ after fans got to see it a little early today star trek Universe panel in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con. In the episode, Jack Quaid and Tawny Newsome step into their roles as Ensigns Brad Boimler and Beckett Mariner Lower decksfor the in live action for the first time as they are carried over time and space into the era of Strange New Worlds and its golden age of space exploration.

Almost as good news for fans is that this early release won’t be your next hike The repair will take a little longer than usual. Paramount also confirmed that the early release will reshuffle the remaining three episodes of the season by a week – Episode 8, “Under the Cloak of War,” will air next Thursday, July 27 in place of “Those Old Scientists,” and the show will return to its regular weekly schedule for Episode 9 thereafter. the musical episode “Subspace Rhapsody” (3 August) and Series Finale, Episode 10 (10 August).

Stay tuned for io9’s recap Strange New Worlds And Lower decks Crossover tomorrow. For now, get ready for goh watch out!


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