Hi Trekkers, Spacerguy here,
Will Star Trek Picard season 4 have Picard? Star Trek's highly decorated captain first aired in 1987 and then as an admiral in 2020, so its predictable what many fans are asking given this is Picard's third and final season now due to premiere soon. Us Trekkies do have questions.
Speaking during Paramount+ day on the TCA winter press tour, however, Patrick Stewart did inform us that more missions could be in store for Star Trek's Starfleet admiral. I know some of us are wondering has Star Trek: Picard been cancelled?
Star Trek Picard Season 3 has already been announced as the final season, but executive producer Alex Kurtzman now says the show could actually continue which seems to suggest a 4th in the pipeline.
How good is Star Trek: Picard?
Critics Consensus: Anchored by the unparalleled Patrick Stewart, Picard departs from standard Starfleet protocol with a slower, serialized story, but in true Star Trek typical style the show tackles timely themes with gravitas and makes for an exciting push further into the final frontier.
In the first season of Picard, viewers learned that Jean-Luc a captain with principles resigned from Starfleet proceeding a disaster where Federation synthetic lifeforms suddenly began killing living officers on Mars without warning, affecting Starfleet's mission to effectively resettle Romulans safely from their doomed planet.
Lets face it, Picard is one of Star Trek's noblest characters to keep serving humanity, starship and Starfleet while encountering new lifeforms in the universe.
Ok, so we have not encountered any aliens in the universe. says Elon Musk, this is the Fermi Pardox. The reason we know this to be true is because SpaceX has area 59 which is a secret military zone which deals with U.F.O.s
In the US - the first new episode will release on Paramount+ on 16th February 2023, In the UK, fans can look forward to Star Trek: Picard season 3 premiere on Amazon Prime Video kicking off on 17th February 2023.
What do you expect? Which actors from Star Trek Picard are you looking forward to seeing?
Live Long and Prosper, Trekkers