Picard Is Coming This January, Here's Yet Another Fabulous Trailer

Picard Is Coming This January, Here's Yet Another Fabulous Trailer

Picard Is Coming This January, Here's Yet Another Fabulous Trailer

Patrick Stewart is returning to Starfleet duty (sort of) as Jean-Luc Picard in the new CBS All Access series, Star Trek: Picard, and in a packed panel at New York Comic Con, the Next Generation sequel unveiled the second trailer for the show - and a premiere date. "The canon has absolutely informed everything they did".

But even if the future doesn't turn out the way they expected it to be, Discovery will still be a hopeful show.

Season three newcomer David Ajala was asked about his character Cleveland Booker, and he remarked that Booker and Burnham have an "unorthodox" relationship. For many of them, they might be far from home after traveling to the future, but ultimately, the Discovery is their home.

At the end of the second season of Star Trek Discovery, Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green), the starship Discovery, and her crew were launched 930 years into the future.

The teaser for the 14-minute episode was screened to audiences and posted online. CBS still hasn't said when season 3 premieres beyond a vague 2020 window, but it won't be shocking if the media giant gives Picard some breathing room. The drama series is being produced by CBS Television Studios in association with Secret Hideout and Roddenberry Entertainment and stars Sir Patrick Stewart, Alison Pill (The Newsroom), Harry Treadaway (Penny Dreadful), Isa Briones (American Crime Story: Versace), Santiago Cabrera (Salvation), Evan Evagora, and Michelle Hurd (Blindspot).

The new teaser starts off showing Data (Brett Spiner) working on a painting on Picard's vineyard and asking "Would you like to finish it captain?"

Check out our takeaways from the Picard panel and the watch the new trailer here below! The sequence is revealed to be a dream, with Picard waking up to his dog and saying "Ohh it's alright number one".

Picard is seen pleading for help to investigate what is happening to Dahj, proclaiming he is standing up for what the Federation should still stand for.

Jeri Ryan's Seven of Nine takes the screen briefly, dual-wielding two guns against a group shooting at her.

And then there's the old cranky Will Riker and Deanna Troi.

"Thank you for not trying to talk me out of all this", Picard tells Riker.

Star Trek: Discovery is boldly going-nearly 1,000 years into the future in season 3.

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