Star Trek: Picard premiered its second season final week, with the season opener together with the reunion of Patrick Stewart’s Picard with Whoopi Goldberg’s Guinan, the reappearance of the Borg, and the long-awaited return of John de Lancie because the extra-dimensional Q. The stage is about for a enjoyable season that’ll check Picard’s resolve, although with Q round, making any stable predictions is probably going silly.
No matter what’s going to occur, don’t anticipate a neat decision when this season ends. Production on the third season began immediately after the second, and has now wrapped. Producer Christopher Monfette has confirmed the information himself, although his announcement has an ominous tone to it:
Picard acquired a model new synth physique within the closing episode of the primary season which apparently gave him a brand new lease on life. But there’s undoubtedly a robust trace right here that season three will end in his death, with point out of a “final chapter” sounding as if the honored starship captain could lastly have reached the tip of the street.
It’s potential that the 81-year-old Stewart is raring to finish Picard’s story and provides him the heroic send-off he deserves. Then once more, age doesn’t appear to have slowed Stewart down one bit — as revealed by the lately launched Doctor Strange within the Multiverse of Madness trailer, he’s making a comeback as Charles Xavier a.k.a. Professor X.
However Picard ends, we’re hopeful we’ll see him reunite with some a lot liked The Next Generation stars. Many of them have already made an look on this present, although Star Trek followers are significantly taken with seeing his on-again/off-again romance with Gates McFadden’s Beverly Crusher resolved.
Star Trek: Picard releases every Thursday on Paramount Plus.