Star Trek: Lower Decks Actor Teases Season 5’s “Guest Star List Is Sick”

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Star Trek: Lower Decks season 5 will have a “sick” guest star list, teases Gabrielle Ruiz, who plays Vulcan Lieutenant T’Lyn. Star Trek: Lower Decks season 5 will be the final season on Paramount+, although viewers are just getting to know T’Lyn, who became an integral part of the USS Cerritos in Star Trek: Lower Decks season 4. Still, T’Lyn has already formed bonds with her fellow junior Starfleet Lieutenants Beckett Mariner (Tawny Newsome), Brad Boimler (Jack Quaid), Samanthan Rutherford (Eugene Cordero), and D’Vana Tendi (Noël Wells).

In an interview with Seán Ferrick of TrekCulture, Gabrielle Ruiz excitedly hinted at what’s to come in Star Trek: Lower Decks season 5. Teasing “the best guest star list” in the same new episode where T’Lyn, Mariner, and Tendi get “additional good girl hang,” Ruiz offers a tantalizing preview for Star Trek: Lower Decks season 5.

Fans & Actors Want To Save Star Trek: Lower Decks

Does Lower Decks season 5 have to be the end?

Star Trek: Lower Decks season 5 is the end of the animated comedy’s run on Paramount+, but Star Trek actors want to save Lower Decks just as much as audiences do. There is an active fan-organized campaign to #SaveStarTrekLowerDecks, just as Star Trek fans were able to rescue Star Trek: Prodigy from cancelation so that Netflix picked up Star Trek’s other beloved animated series. It’s possible some of the actors who are putting their weight behind rescuing Star Trek: Lower Decks may even be among the secret guest stars in season 5 Gabrielle Ruiz teased.

Star Trek: Lower Decks certainly feels like a show that could run for an unlimited number of seasons.

Showrunner and creator Mike McMahan promises “an amazing sendoff” for Star Trek: Lower Decks in season 5. The hilarious voyages of the USS Cerritos have become an indelible part of Star Trek, with its amazing capacity to lovingly laugh at all aspects of the Star Trek franchise mixed with the show’s heartfelt emotion and lovable cast of misfit Starfleet heroes. Star Trek: Lower Decks certainly feels like a show that could run for an unlimited number of seasons, although the current streaming business and economics are cutting the show off in its prime. Still, 5 seasons of Star Trek: Lower Decks is a gift that will keep on giving with the final batch of 10 episodes on Paramount+.

 

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