Preview “Reflections” With First Images From ‘Star Trek: Lower Decks’ Episode 305

The third season of Star Trek: Lower Decks hits the halfway mark this week with the fifth episode. We have details and a first look at some new images.

“Reflections”

The fifth episode of season 3 is called “Reflections.” The episode was written by Mike McMahan and directed by Michael Mullen. It arrives on Paramount+ on Thursday, September 22.

Synopsis: 

Mariner and Boimler work the Starfleet recruitment booth at an alien job fair, Rutherford challenges himself.

New Images:

Eugene Cordero as Ensign Rutherford

Jack Quaid as Ensign Brad Boimler and Tawny Newsome as Ensign Beckett Mariner

Noel Wells as Ensign Tendi, and Eugene Cordero as Ensign Rutherford

Jack Quaid as Ensign Brad Boimler and Tawny Newsome as Ensign Beckett Mariner

Bonus Video: Draw T’Ana

Season 3 trailer

Here is the trailer released at San Diego Comic-Con (also available on startrek.com).


New episodes of Star Trek: Lower Decks stream Thursdays in the USA on Paramount+ and CTV Sci-Fi in Canada (where it’s also available to stream on Crave). It streams on Fridays on Amazon Prime Video in international territories around the world. In Latin America, Lower Decks debuts (both seasons 1 and 2) in September.

Keep up with all the news and reviews from the new Star Trek Universe on TV at TrekMovie.com.

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I’m going to wager this episode will advance the story of what really happened with Rutherford’s implant.

Sounds like a safe wager. :)

It amazes me how easy artists make it look when they draw something. It’s even more amazing when they breakdown each step, and almost magically turn a blank canvas into a fully realized character.

Hats off to Marisa, and all the animators out there. Your crafts takes a ton of talent, yet you make it look easy ;)

I literally draw at the level of stick figures, and artists just amaze me! I don’t know how anybody draws things that look like what they’re supposed to be, but obviously people do. :-)