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Season 3 of Star Trek: Picard Gets Greenlight; Season 2 Premieres February


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Season 3 of Star Trek: Picard Gets Greenlight; Season 2 Premieres February


Published on September 8, 2021

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Picard, season 2 trailer, Picard cussing out Q
Screenshot: Paramount

Star Trek Day closed on one final gift: news of Star Trek: Picard‘s second season, and the reveal that a third season is already in production!

There’s something very special about watching Picard tell Q that he’s too old for this bullshi—

A brand new trailer was unveiled for Star Trek: Picard, which gives us more detail as to what Q is actually up to this time around… unfortunately for the crew of La Sirena, the near-omnipotent irritant has changed the past to create a totalitarian future, and Picard and cohort must go back in time to undo the damage he has done.

If this sounds a bit like the plot of Star Trek: First Contact, that would seem to be entirely intentional—Jean-Luc’s only route to time travel is using the Borg, and a quick hook-up (pun intended?) to the Queen sends them back to the past. Hijinks ensue, some of them funny, but plenty of them far more dire-looking.

Everyone in the trailer is lovely as ever, but please more Seven and Raffi as mission girlfriends? Please??

As a secondary announcement, fans were told that Picard has been greenlit for a third season with production already underway! Star Trek: Picard‘s second season will premiere in February 2022.

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Emmet Asher-Perrin is the News & Entertainment Editor of Reactor. Their words can also be perused in tomes like Queers Dig Time Lords, Lost Transmissions: The Secret History of Science Fiction and Fantasy, and Uneven Futures: Strategies for Community Survival from Speculative Fiction. They cannot ride a bike or bend their wrists. You can find them on Bluesky and other social media platforms where they are mostly quiet because they'd rather to you talk face-to-face.
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