‘Picard’ renews for a third season and presents the trailer and release date of the second on ‘Star Trek Day’

This September 8 marked the 55th anniversary of the premiere of ‘Star Trek’ and the franchise has celebrated it with panels, surprises and announcements on ‘Star Trek Day’ through Paramount +. A new series was presented on the platform, ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’, the fourth season of ‘Star Trek: Discovery’, the animated series ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ (which will premiere later this year) and also confirmed that ‘Picard’ will have a third season at the same time that he published the teaser and release date of the second. In addition, during the presentation there was also time to talk about ‘Star Trek: Lower Decks’, which is currently broadcasting its second season.

“The only way to recover the future is to go back and fix the past”, proclaims Patrick Stewart in the first full trailer of the second season of ‘Picard’, which will travel in time back to the 21st century. LThe crew will try to avoid a totalitarian future created by the omnipotent Q (John de Lancie) by retreating to an almost contemporary Los Angeles city. The preview also reveals that the series will return in February 2022 with 10 episodes and the return of an old enemy of Jean-Luc Picard: the Borg Queen (Annie Wersching).

The cast of ‘Picard’ completes it Alison Pill, Isa Briones, Evan Evagora, Michelle Hurd, Santiago Cabrera, Jeri Ryan, Orla Brady and Brent Spiner. Akiva Goldsman and Terry Matalas are the co-showrunners of season 2.

The future of the franchise

Alex Kurtzman, a ‘Star Trek’ producer since 2009, said at the three-hour event that the goal was to “try to ensure that each ‘Star Trek’ product has its own identity, its own independent reason for being” and that although they currently have no intention of launching other series beyond the current five, he assured that they are open to the idea of ​​bringing the Starfleet Academy to the small screen: “I know there has been a lot of conversation about Starfleet Academy, so we are very excited. There is this new generation that is going to inherit the problems of the old generation, what are they going to do to improve the world to solve it, how are we going to avoiding the mistakes of our elders and how we are to learn from their wisdom are really wonderful questions to consider when you think of something like the Starfleet Academy. “

About ‘Prodigy’ the cast and creators of the first series of this universe, destined for a more childish audience, took the stage to speak. They announced that the series will premiere on Thursday, October 28 with a one-hour episode following a group of young aliens who stumble upon an experimental Federation ship they have never heard of or Starfleet. The voice cast includes Kate Mulgrew, John Noble, Jimmi Simpson, Brett Gray, Ella Purnell, Angus Imrie, Rylee Alazraqui, Dee Bradley Baker, and Jason Mantzoukas.

In Spain ‘Star Trek: Picard’ and ‘Star Trek: Lower Decks’ can be seen through Amazon Prime Video and ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ on Netflix.


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‘Picard’ renews for a third season and presents the trailer and release date of the second on ‘Star Trek Day’