Images of Star Trek: Lower Decks S03E04 "Room for Growth"; S03 Preview

Images of Star Trek: Lower Decks S03E04 "Room for Growth"; S03 Preview

Tawny Newsome and Noel Wells have joined Mike McMahanand to provide a preview clip of what will come during the third season. However, with the S03E04 "Room for Growth" only having three images, we''re wondering if the episode will have a lot more going on than the viewers'' expectations. For the time being, we''ll leave the following images with you to interpret:

Here''s a sneak peek back at the trailer for a new episode from Newsome & Wells during "Star Trek Day":

Check out the following featurette for a look back at all of this week''s third season premiere and highlights.

Quaid revealed some information about what fans can expect from the upcoming / crossover with EW, including that Quaid''s Boimler & Tawny Newsome''s Mariner will be appearing in physical form, and Jonathan Frakes is directing the episode. Quaid also spoke about his bromance with Ethan Peck (Spock) and how it was like wearing a Starfleet uniform. In addition, Quaid revealed a third season of that includes some talk.

"Spoimler," says Quaid & Ethan Peck. "It was fantastic. That cast is so kind, but it''s amazing. It''s amazing. But it''s just amazing, but it''s so welcoming and cool. We just had a ball, and we got to be directed by Jonathan Frakes. "So what''s possible?"

Quaid said she learned how to make a Starfleet uniform a lot of sense. "I figured it would be sweaty ''because I learned to wear it a lot, but my God, I was not able to breathe," he said. "I saw my hair pink while I was wearing it, but I had to do it myself. "I was delighted to have a peek at him, and I''m glad I found him."

"Deep Space Nine" Factors Into "Lower Decks" in Many Ways: "We actually get to see the station, we get to walk the promenade, and you get to see some familiar faces. I''m just so happy that fans get to see that during one of the early seasons where a ship was docked at "Deep Space Nine." It was in a flashback, and it''s gonna make a lot of ''Deep Space Nine''

STAR TREK: LOWER DECKS, an animated comedy series based on the support crew serving on one of Starfleet''s most crucial ships in 2380, is designed by Emmy Award-winning Mike McMahan. Mariner, Boimler, Rutherford, and Tendi are often keeping up with their roles and their daily lives, often as the ship is being subdued by a slew of sci-fi challenges. Season two will highlight the adventures of

StarsTawny Newsome (Ensign Beckett Mariner),Jack Quaid (Ensign Brad Boimler), Eugene Cordero (Ensign Samathan Rutherford), Jerry O''Connell, and Gillian Vigman, both produced and produced by McMahan, according to CBS'' Eye Animation Productions, and developed by Tom Jackson.

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