picard tv spot

CBS All Access presented a Television Critics Association panel for Star Trek: Picard. The long-awaited streaming series features Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard again. Co-stars Brent Spiner, Jonathan Frakes and Marina Sirtis have been confirmed, along with Jeri Ryan and Jonathan Del Arco too. 

Executive producers Alex Kurtzman, Akiva Goldsman, Heather Kadin and showrunner Michael Chabon sat behind Stewart and his new co-stars during the panel. Much of the panel focused on how each iteration of Star Trek on CBS All Access will be a unique experience, with Picard as the most demonstrative example. Star Trek: Picard premieres January 23 on CBS All Access.

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Star Trek Discovery Such Sweet Sorrow Review

CBS All Access presented the second half of their Television Critics Association day, where head of Original Content Julie McNamara took some questions in an executive session and revealed possibilities for new Star Trek spinoffs.

Star Trek: Discovery takes place 10 years prior to the original series and follows Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin Green) as she encounters Klingons and alternate universe versions of her former crew. By season two, classic characters like Pike (Anson Mount) and Spock (Ethan Peck) appeared.

Season 3 of Star Trek: Discovery will take place in the far future of the Federation universe. That means leaving Spock and Pike behind. Asked if they would consider a spin-off featuring Discovery’s incarnation of those classic Trek characters, McNamara said yes.

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star trek 4 director noah hawley

Paramount surprised Star Trek fans when they announced Noah Hawley would write and direct a new movie set in the iconic science fiction universe. This came after plans for a fourth Star Trek with Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto to be directed by S.J. Clarkson fell through. Quentin Tarantino also expressed interest in making a Star Trek movie, but Hawley has the gig for now.

Hawley was on a Television Critics Association panel for the fourth season of Fargo, coming to FX April 19. After the panel, he spoke with reporters further and addressed his Star Trek movie.

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picard tv spot

A new, very quick Picard TV spot has just beamed down for your viewing pleasure. The Star Trek series sees the return of Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard. As Picard says here, he wants to be reinstated for one mission. The ten-episode first season is arriving very, very soon. We’re talking in a few weeks, people. Watch the Picard TV spot below.

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star trek 4

The Star Trek feature films may be exploring strange new worlds, and abandoning old story plans — and possibly even its familiar cast.

The fate of Star Trek 4 has been in question since the departure of stars Chris Hemsworth and Chris Pine in 2018, followed soon by director S.J. Clarkson. Last month, it seemed like phasers were set to go again with the boarding of Lucy in the Sky director Noah Hawley. However, according to Star Trek Beyond star Simon Pegg, it’s possible that Hawley’s Star Trek project isn’t actually Star Trek 4 at all.

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tarantino star trek update

We probably should’ve seen this coming. Remember that R-rated Quentin Tarantino Star Trek movie? The one that was in the works at Paramount? The one that Tarantino said he was planning to direct on multiple occasions? Well…it’s probably not happening. Tarantino now says he’s “steering away” from the project, which means we’ll probably never get to see his take on Trek.

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Star Trek: Picard Season 2

The new series Star Trek: Picard isn’t slated to premiere on the CBS All Access subscription service until January next year. But there’s already a strong vote of confidence in the return of Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean-Luc Picard, because the new series has just been given a second season order by CBS, not to mention a hefty tax incentive from California.
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star trek 4 director noah hawley

Here we go again! The fourth entry in the rebooted Star Trek series appears to be back on track, and it’s found a new writer-director. Noah Hawley, who created the acclaimed Fargo TV series and directed the not-so-acclaimed film Lucy In the Sky, will write and direct Star Trek 4, which will reportedly bring back crew members Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Simon Pegg, John Cho, and Karl Urban.

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Star Trek: Short Treks Trailer

One of the most beloved episodes of the classic Star Trek series from decades ago is “The Trouble with Tribbles.” The episode saw the U.S.S. Enterprise suddenly getting dangerously crowded after the arrival of a quickly reproducing little puffball of a creature known as a Tribble. Now those cute little guys are making a comeback in a new Star Trek: Short Treks installment starring Alita: Battle Angel actress Rosa Salazar and Bob’s Burgers voice star H. Jon Benjamin. Watch the new Star Trek: Short Treks trailer below to see what happens with the tiny terrors, even though you’ve probably guessed by now. Read More »

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Star Trek: Picard Trailer

While Star Trek Discovery is jumping ahead 930 years to the future, Star Trek: Picard will be reaching back into the past by bringing back one of the most respected captains that Starfleet has ever seen.

Sir Patrick Stewart is back as Captain Jean-Luc Picard, but we find him living a life of retirement on a wine vineyard in the middle of nowhere. But that all changes when a young woman stumbles onto his property and begs him for help. Picard finds himself confronting a Federation that doesn’t seem to be willing to fight for those who are in dire need of help, so he takes matters into his own hands. That means asking some old friends for help and advice. Watch the Star Trek: Picard trailer below. Read More »