The showrunner answers Tony and Laurie’s burning questions about the show’s final season.
Star Trek: Picard
We also have concept art created for the return of the Borg.
New products include an EXO-6 Harry Kim figure and a Bishoujo Vulcan statue.
Fans are starting to make their own ‘Legacy’ art, too.
The ‘Star Trek: Picard’ showrunner talks about his spin-off idea.
Tony and Laurie also cover the ‘Strange New Worlds’ trailer and Michelle Yeoh’s return to Star Trek.
Picard and his crew face a desperate last stand to save the galaxy from his greatest foe.
We have 22 cool photos, including Jeri Ryan on the bridge of the Enterprise.
Season 2 of ‘Picard’ is already available for free on Pluto TV.
The episode debuts on Paramount+ on Thursday, April 20.
Terry Matalas is sharing more details ahead of the series finale.
“You’ll see that by the end of the show, it’s set up.”
We also have more spoilery photos and behind-the-scenes details from “Vox.”
The new season is a hit for Paramount+.
Frakes also talks about the PanCAN Purple Stride walk and being back in the turbolift with his Next Gen pals.
A devastating revelation about Jack alters the course of Picard’s life forever.
Don’t be a yintaru, grab a cup of Raktajino and listen along.
The free event includes episodes 9 and 10 along with a Q&A on Wednesday, April 19.
The penultimate episode debuts on Paramount+ on Thursday, April 13.
Tony and Laurie also discuss Zombie Kirk, AWOL Alexander, and a quiet First Contact Day.
The veteran TNG actor talks Data, Lore, Spot, and more.
The crew’s salvation lies in the mind of an old friend and old foe.
“The way we leave this season is a passing of the torch from the last generation to the next.”
The episode arrives on Paramount+ on Thursday, April 6.
William Shatner has also weighed in on Kirk’s body showing up at Daystrom.
Anthony and Laurie also talk about the latest renewals for ‘Strange New Worlds’ and ‘Lower Decks’
Out of options, Picard takes a big risk to deal with Vadic.
Stephen Barton and Frederik Wiedmann are raiders of the lost themes.
The episode debuts on Paramount+ on Thursday, March 30.
The Face is back, and he’s not happy with Vadic.