Stardate: Thursday, August 6, 2020. A group of brightly-drawn characters will boldly go where no cartoons have gone before — straight into an animated, comedy spin-off of the decades-old Star Trek franchise. Set phasers for fun as Star Trek: Lower Decks premieres Thursday on CBS All Access and in Canada on the CTV Sci-Fi Channel.

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