‘Star Trek: Lower Decks’ Season 2 Arrives On Blu-ray/DVD In July

The second season of Star Trek: Lower Decks is coming home this summer.

Lower Decks Season 2 arrives July 12

The 2-disc collection of Lower Decks season two arrives on July 12 on Blu-ray and DVD and features over an hour of bonus content including exclusive featurettes and commentaries.

The ten-episode second made good on its promise to be “bigger, funnier and Star Trekkier than ever before.” The season received critical praise here at TrekMovie.com and elsewhere in the press, and even garnered a Hugo Award nomination. Joining the main cast for season two were a number of guest stars including Star Trek vets Jonathan Frakes and Robert Duncan McNeill.

Jonathan Frakes as Capt. William T. Riker with Jack Quaid as the Boimlers in Lower Decks season two

In addition to the ten episodes from season two, the Blu-ray and DVD sets include the following special features:

  • A SOUND FOUNDATION – The first season of Lower Decks earned an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Sound Editing for a (half-hour) Comedy or Drama Series, or Animation for the episode “No Small Parts”. As sound for an animated series is particularly important, go behind the scenes in an interview with the team that creates the dynamic audio for Lower Decks while they discuss how they bring the series to life.
  • LOWER DECKTIONARY: SEASON TWO – The start of Season Two sees our heroes separated by death and distance. In this featurette, take a deep dive into all things Season Two through interviews with the producers, cast and creatives about developing and executing the characters’ journeys in the second season.
  • SEASON TWO EASTER EGGS (Episodes 201-210)
  • SEASON TWO ANIMATICS (Episodes 201-210)
    • EP 202 “Kayshon, His Eyes Open” by Mike McMahan, Jack Quaid and Jonathan Frakes
    • EP 205 “An Embarrassment of Dooplers” by Mike McMahan and Jack Quaid
    • EP 207 “Where Pleasant Fountains Lie” by Tawny Newsome, Paul Scheer and Garrick Bernard
    • EP 209 “wej Duj” by Mike McMahan, Gabrielle Ruiz and Kathryn Lyn

Blu-ray Cover

International release details have not been provided.

To catch up, here is a trailer for season two on Paramount+.

UPDATE: Available for pre-order

You can pre-order the Blu-ray at Amazon priced at $37.99. And the DVD pre-order is priced at $29.99. Both come with a low-price guarantee.

Season 3 coming up

Paramount+ has not set a specific date yet but has previously announced plans to release the third season of Lower Decks this summer. At the recent Mission Chicago con, they released the first teaser trailer.

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Definitely getting this.

It’s about the only Star Trek I can stomach these days.

So glad they’re doing audio commentaries now! With this, Lower Decks joins TOS, TNG, and Discovery in the ranks of Star Trek shows whose first-season Blu-ray sets lacked audio commentaries but which started getting them with their second season sets. I wonder why that is (someone else in the comments at TrekCore suggested it might be a budgeting thing)?

Anyway, I’ll be happily grabbing this to go with my S1 set.

Budgeting. And just the general shift away from physical media and less interest in producing bonus features. Which as someone who grew up going over every bonus feature and listened to every commentary track out there, seeing that there are tracks for these particular episodes of Lower Decks fills me with so much joy. I’m hoping for Futurama level commentaries.

I mean, I figured, but it’s just odd that this is the fourth show in this franchise where they started doing audio commentaries with the S2 sets after eschewing them for S1. And really, I’m just glad they’re still doing physical releases at all. I hope they keep it up for Prodigy (and that that show, too, gets commentaries, even though I imagine the core intended target audience for that particular series is probably even less likely to listen to them than the average person).

Is this an international release this time? Last year it was North America, then 6 months until it came out everywhere else (and in Australia they didn’t do a Bluray at all, only DVD)

As far as I know season 1 came out late on disc because the show had also premiered late on Amazon Prime. Basically the whole release schedule for both streaming and discs was shifted internationally. Season 2 didn’t have such a delay for its international streaming debut so, hopefully, the discs won’t be delayed, either.

Lower Decks Borg had me howling. Not a word spoken, not a single move, and hilarious for all the few minutes it stretched out.