I've said this elsewhere, but this has been my favourite episode of Star Trek that has aired in the past 19 years. I'm a fan of Discovery, a fan of Picard and a fan of parts of Enterprise, and think all of these shows have had some really good episodes. And yet for me, this is the first episode that I really, truly connected with (don't quote.
With the second episode of Star Trek: Picard, more has been revealed about the state of the galaxy at the end of the 24 th Century. We learn some never before revealed details about Romulan.
The stars of the new Star Trek series have stepped out in Leicester Square for the premiere of the new Amazon series. Star Trek: Picard, which will be released online on January 23, follows the.Is Commodore Oh actually Vulcan? Question. Close. 7. Posted by 2 months ago. Is Commodore Oh actually Vulcan? Question. She seems pretty emotionally heated when she is discussing Picard's interaction with Star Fleet with Lieutenant Narissa. I was getting human level impressions of anger, ego, and annoyance. Or was I misreading things? Note: Currently only on episode three, so kindly don't.Picard features Sir Patrick Stewart reprising his iconic role as Jean-Luc Picard, which he played for seven seasons on Star Trek: The Next Generation. The new series will follow this iconic character into the next chapter of his life. Shop the official Star Trek: Picard merch here.
Star Trek: Picard is the eighth main series set in the Star Trek universe, the ninth including the companion series Star Trek: Short Treks, and the eleventh Star Trek series overall. Picard is produced by CBS Television Studios and stars Patrick Stewart, reprising the role of Jean-Luc Picard from Star Trek: The Next Generation. The new series is set twenty years after the events of Star Trek.Read More
The destruction of Vulcan took place on stardate 2258.42 after the Romulan Nero drilled to the planet's core where he detonated red matter, causing the planet to implode. A Starfleet task force attempted to stop the attack, but were no match for Nero's starship the Narada. 129 years in the future, a supernova had completely destroyed the Romulan homeworld, Romulus, despite the best efforts of.Read More
Vulcan mind-melds dwell in all of the Star Trek television shows and films. The final Easter Egg in this episode is the Star Trek: Next Generation theme music plays when Riker, Troi, and their daughter return home at the end of the episode. My one problem with ” Nepenthe” is that Jean Luc Picard says that William Riker is a Commander. Riker.Read More
The first season of the American web television series Star Trek: Picard features Jean-Luc Picard after he retired from Starfleet following the destruction of the planet Romulus.The season was produced by CBS Television Studios in association with Secret Hideout, Weed Road Pictures, Escapist Fare, and Roddenberry Entertainment, with Michael Chabon serving as showrunner.Read More
The latest entry to the Star Trek universe - the new Star Trek: Picard series - just debuted on CBS All Access in the US and Prime Video in the UK. It sees Patrick Stewart return as Jean Luc.Read More
I'd be surprised if this show outlives Picard, because, well, it's Star Trek: Picard. They'd have to re-title it, at the least. One bit of information I read pointed out that since Deep Space Nine, all Trek television properties have been named after a ship (or station). The theory was that eventually, this show would be about a ship, the USS.Read More
Trekkies may now bow their heads and pray to Roddenberry, for another new Star Trek series, Star Trek: Picard, launches today on CBS All Access in the US and Amazon Prime around the rest of the.Read More
It was the first new Star Trek that I had access to. What was interesting, in retrospect, was how hated TNG was back then - because it wasn't Star Trek. Star Trek was Kirk, Spock and McCoy and if it wasn't them, it wasn't Trek. Eventually, TNG proved its worth. It took three seasons for it to do that and the utter failure of Star Trek 5 to assist.Read More
During the Star Trek: TNG fourth season episode Data’s Day, it is Vulcan Ambassador T’Pel revealed (Sierra Pecheur) is an undercover Romulan operative. The deception is not revealed until.Read More
This week on Sci-Fi Adventures, I've got some relatively tiny Star Trek: Picard reviews for you! Well, more like 'observations and other thoughts that entered my head while watching it'. Sorry for making you wait, but it took this long for my internet to finally get fixed. Picard's first season was only ten episodes, making it the shortest season of full-length live-action Trek ever, but that.Read More