CBS All Access has debuted the logo for the upcoming Star Trek series, which will be officially known as Star Trek: Picard. We also have a first look at Patrick Stewart as the returning starship captain…
Last night during the New York Upfronts, CBS All Access unveiled our first look at the upcoming Star Trek series that will see the return of Patrick Stewart at legendary former Captain of the USS Enterprise, Jean Luc Picard.
It was announced that the series will be titled Star Trek: Picard, and fans were treated to a first glimpse of Stewart back in the Starfleet uniform along with the show’s official logo.
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Star Trek Into Darkness writer Alex Kurtzman is on board as showrunner, while Hanelle Culpepper (Star Trek: Discovery) will direct the pilot and second episode.
The plot of the series is still firmly under wraps. In fact, all we know for certain is that the story will revolve around the aging Picard coming out of retirement to offer his expertise to Starfleet after the destruction of the planet Romulus, which occurred in the 2009 Star Trek reboot.
A trailer is sure to shed some more light, but in the meantime let us know what you make of this first look at Star Trek: Picard in the comments.