We get our first exciting glimpse into the future adventures of Jean-Luc Picard.
Artist Aaron Harvey breaks it down for us.
Also Rick Berman says he is looking forward to ‘Star Trek: Picard’
Sir Patrick Stewart is back as Jean-Luc Picard.
Picard will also air on Bell Media’s Z and be available on Crave on demand.
We finally know where people around the world will see the new show with Sir Patrick Stewart.
He also talks about the Section 31 show and animated series.
Joe Ianniello also talked up growth for CBS All Access at home and overseas.
McFadden, Sirtis, Frakes, Spiner, and Wheaton appeared at Awesome Con over the weekend.
Sir Patrick Stewart has returned to work playing Jean Luc-Picard
The cast for the new show is filling out.
The second part of our exclusive interview covers his work on the current crop of CBS Trek shows.
The executive producer also revealed what happened in Patrick Stewart’s kitchen just yesterday.
We also have more production updates for the next Star Trek TV series.
The cast of the Picard series continues to fill out with the fourth series regular.
Patrick Stewart has his first co-stars.
We also have location and early casting information for the new show.
The next Star Trek show continues to take shape.
The TNG vet also talks typecasting as Riker, and the freedom allowed when directing ‘Discovery.’
The actor also reveals how the surprise Star Trek Las Vegas announcement came to be.
Also Patrick Stewart has confirmed some details on the production status of the new series.
And watch Sir Patrick demonstrate what a French Jean-Luc Picard would have sounded like.
The award-winning actress says she has fond memories of her time with Trek.
Producer Alex Kurtzman describes the show as “grounded.”
The actor and executive producer also talked about the world in which Picard finds himself in the new show.
Also see Michelle Yeoh speak briefly about the upcoming Section 31 series.
The TNG vet and director also reveals a clue to a mystery from the latest ‘Discovery’ episode “New Eden.”
The executive producer gets personal, talking about the future of the franchise on TV.
The custodian of the Trek TV franchise also says the Picard show still needs a name.
Kurtzman also reveals how he and Michael Chabon wooed Patrick Stewart back to Star Trek.