Captain Jean-Luc Picard returns in the long-awaited second season of Star Trek: Picard, premiering on Thursday, March 3, on Paramount+. Star Trek: Picard is set roughly 20 years later than the events in the last Star Trek: The Next Generation film, and 15 years since now Admiral Picard (Sir Patrick Stewart) walked away from Starfleet. Pulled back to the stars by a mysterious young woman and a new crew of renegades, season 1 ended with Picard and his companions trapped in the 21st century. Thrust back to the past when his old nemeisis Q (John de Lancie) fractured reality, the crew is a race agasint against time to save the galaxy’s future.
- When Does Season 2 Premiere: Season 2 of Star Trek: Picard premieres on Thursday, March 3.
- Where to Watch: Star Trek: Picard is available on Paramount+.
- How to Watch Season 1: Star Trek: Picard is available on Paramount+.
How to watch Star Trek: Picard
Streaming Season 1 of Star Trek: Picard
Initially released on CBS All Access, the first season of the series also made the move to Paramount+ and is available to binge by subscribers tehre.
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About Star Trek: Picard Season 1 and 2
The new series built on Picard’s background as captain of the Enterprise on Star Trek: The Next Generation, as well as the series’ subsequent related films, and connected to Star Trek: Voyager, including a major original television villian, the Borg, a deadly race who seek to assimilate other races that they encounter. The Borg played a not insignificant part in The Next Generation and Voyager, and had a major impact on Picard’s life during his time as captain, at one point assimilating him into the collective. In addition to the Borg, Picard’s frequent antagonists the Romulans were back in the game.
Pulling Picard from his family’s vineyard back to the stars was a new crew, albeit motley and decidedly un-Starfleet. They were more an independent group of renegades who have been brought together for Picard’s mission in season 1. Returning for season 2 are Santiago Cabrera as pilot Cristobal “Chris” Rios, Alison Pill as Dr. Agnes Jurati, Michelle Hurd as intelligence officer Raffi Musiker, Evan Evagora as Romulan warrior Elnor, Harry Treadaway as Romulan Narek, and Isa Briones as Soji Asha.
One of the familiar Trek faces to appear in season 1, Jeri Ryan also returns as former-Borg Starfleet compatriot, Seven of Nine, as does John de Lance as Q, continuing to stir up trouble. Joining the reunion is Picard’s confidant and friend, Guinan, played by Whoopi Goldberg. And based on the traier, here is hope a few of the friends from season 1 and before may return yet again this season.
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