Star Trek Lower Decks Age Rating
It does nothing to add to the stories and is played for to make laughs. The show fluctuates between TV-PG & TV-14 in its ratings, & it earns every bit of it.
Star Trek Lower Decks Parents Guide
Although playful and intentionally silly, the show adopts a very adult attitude and the content is more than parents of younger children might consider appropriate. It has a rating of PG-13, which is reasonably accurate. Although there is no hard-core content, it is definitely aimed at an audience of teenagers and above.
Star Trek Lower Decks Reviews
Before watching this, let me start by saying that I have never sat down and watched Star Trek (so you could say this is my first real impression of the franchise).
I give the character designs a 7/10, but their looks and personalities are growing on me. The character art style is what I’d expect from a comic adaptation like this…but I must say…the landscapes and ship designs are clean!! You can tell a lot of work went into animating the final border here. Even the characters’ movements during intense moments are on point. 9/10 Easy!
The show itself keeps me entertained and eager to see the next episode. I love the interactions between the main four characters. (Baumler, Marriner, Tendy and Rutherford). I really want to see where the bond between Mariner and Boehmler goes and the hero’s relationship with Mariner as they are mother and daughter. Jokes and jokes don’t always stick with me, but most manage to put a smile on my face. The plot of each episode includes some beautiful action scenes that keep me on the edge of my seat. I can say that there are quite a few easter eggs referencing previous Star Trek adaptations (although most went over my head, then again, this was the first time I sat down and watched Star Trek). Plot and characters 7.5/10.
As I’m 3 episodes in, I like what I see!