Star Trek: Picard’s co-creator, Akiva Goldsman, has revealed that the new show could end up carrying on for up to five seasons.
The first season of Star Trek: Picard came to an end recently and it’s really is a brilliant series.
It sees Patrick Stewart return as Jean-Luc Picard and the story really was a compelling one.
However, even though Season 2’s already been given the go-ahead by CBS, it’s still not certain whether the show will carry on past that.
That said, one of the show’s co-creators, Akiva Goldsman, recently revealed that it could carry on for five seasons.
He revealed this during a recent interview with Collider.
Star Trek: Picard could get up to five seasons
Here’s what Goldsman said about future seasons of Picard:
I mean, I think we have discussed it as both a 3 season show, a 5 season show, a ‘let’s just keep going forever’ show.
Star Trek: Picard in my view will go as long as Patrick Stewart wants to do it… As I’m sure you know, he was not interested in coming back.
And we did a lot of… really good collaborative story breaking and talking and you know and I think he’s particularly delighted in a good way about having come back.
And we will rely on that goodwill until he feels he’s done.
It sounds like a lot hinges on whether Stewart wants to carry on.
Hopefully, he will.
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