Published: Sun, July 21, 2019
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

'Star Trek: Picard' Trailer: Everything We Know About the New Series

'Star Trek: Picard' Trailer: Everything We Know About the New Series

In a trailer played during the panel, fans saw Picard agreeing to help a young woman in danger who comes to him for help. "And by the way, it's been 20-plus years, so he couldn't possibly be that same person anymore", Kurtzman said in January.

The article also reveals that the series will be more serialized rather than episodic, and while none of the current series regulars are playing Next Generation characters, there's the chance for former crew members of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D to return.

STAR TREK: PICARD will air exclusively on CBS All Access in the United States and will be distributed concurrently internationally by CBS Studios International on Amazon Prime Video in more than 200 countries and territories and in Canada on Bell Media's cable networks, Space and Z, and OTT service Crave.

"In some ways, it's easier to be (a great man) when you're a captain".

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Star Trek: Picard has one heck of a draw for fans, as it offers the return of Sir Patrick Stewart to the franchise for the first time in 17 years. Though they have been steadfast in the notion that Picard still needs to be Picard on the upcoming series, Kurtzman and Chabon stated that time and past experiences have unquestionably taken a toll on the Starfleet icon. That changed when executive producer Alex Kurtzman and showrunner Michael Chabon sat down with Entertainment Weekly to reveal key details about Star Trek: Picard. "There are many things that haunt Picard", said Kurtzman, who acknowledged that the failed mission to save Romulus was one of those things. They also noted that despite Picard being in a different place in his life, including being "haunted" by the events of his past, he will "still be the man you know and love". We're not doing that.

"Patrick was very clear to us in the beginning: He did not want to repeat what he had already done", Kurtzman said.

Lastly, the pair reassures fans that Patrick Stewart is still in tip-top acting shape, noting that "he has the ability to hold you riveted even when he's just sitting and listening". We know that Jean-Luc is out to right some specific sort of injustice, but we've no idea what that may be.

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