Star Trek: Picard confirms its second season

Marina Sirtis returns on Star Trek Picard

The first episode of Star Trek: Picard will stream on January 24.

The first season has yet to even premiere but it appear that the hype already surrounding the return of Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean-Luc Picard in the upcoming series, Star Trek: Picard has been enough for the studio to renew the show for a second season.

Ahead of the Season 1 premiere, CBS All Access renews Star Trek Picard for a second season with word that Terry Matalas (MacGyver, Nightflyers, Blood Drive, 12 Monkeys) joins the series as executive producer.

Reports of a season 2 being in development were all but confirmed back in December, thanks to Deadline.

"We are excited to announce a second season before the series premieres and we are confident that veteran Star Trek fans and new viewers will be hooked by the stellar cast and the fantastic story meticulously manufactured by the creative team that will debut on September 23".

With season one of Picard still shrouded in secrecy, it's hard to know at this early stage what to expect from season two. He also voiced a Romulan (although uncredited) in the 2009 Star Trek reboot. Furthermore, the present's obvious Borg connection (undoubtedly a callback to Picard's iconic transformation in "The Better of Each Worlds,") will see the return of Jeri Ryan as Star Trek: Voyager's Seven of 9, joined by Star Trek: The Subsequent Era's unique self-consciousness-attaining Borg, Hugh, as reprised by Jonathan Del Arco.

For Star Trek: Picard, Patrick Stewart is reprising his role as Jean-Luc Picard; which he originated on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Learn extra about Star Trek: Picard Season 1 right here.



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