Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Brought Lower Decks’ Jack Quaid And Tawny Newsome To Live-Action In New Trailer, And I’m Already Laughing


There’s still a bit of a wait before the premiere of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Season 2, but thankfully, we’re getting new visuals to make the anticipation just a bit more bearable. Make sure that your Paramount+ subscription is active to watch the premiere on Day One, because the latest look revealed our first official looks at Jack Quaid‘s Boimler and Tawny Newsome’s Mariner ahead of the much-anticipated Lower Decks crossover. I’m already laughing after this brief look at them in action, and instantly feel like this episode has the potential to be the best of the season. 

When I first learned of the crossover’s existence, there was a question on my end of how well it would be executed. After all, even though Jack Quaid and Tawny Newsome are talented actors, there were no guarantees that they’d be able to effectively translate the spontaneous and cartoony excitement Lower Decks is known for to a live-action series where such heightened behavior isn’t normally in focus. Fortunately, my fears were put to rest in that short scene of Boimler interacting with Spock, which proved to me that even if the actors can’t be as cartoony, they’re still very much their beloved characters. 

I’ve listened to Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ cast members like Melissa Navia assure me Season 2 is even better than Season 1, and now I’m starting to believe the hype. That’s thanks in large part to how great the Lower Decks characters already look in live-action, which has shot my expectations for the crossover through the roof.

Mariner and Boimler in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds

(Image credit: Paramount+)

Tawny Newsome And Jack Quaid Look Awesome As Their Characters

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