Star Trek: Picard Season 2’s New Release Date Revealed


Star Trek: Picard Season 2’s new release date has been revealed and it’s been pushed back a bit, which isn’t really surprising.

The second season of this new Star Trek show was supposed to be released in February.

Well, it’s now been revealed (via ComicBook), that Star Trek: Picard Season 2 is going to be released on March 3rd on Paramount Plus.

It was also revealed that new episodes of the show will then be released weekly on Thursdays via the streaming service.

Star Trek: Picard Season 3 is currently filming.

They’re back filming after a brief pause due to a number of COVID-19 cases on set.

The series sees Sir Patrick Stewart reprising his role as Jean-Luc Picard.

He originally played the character on seven seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generations.

Star Trek: Picard Season 2’s new release date has been revealed

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In Star Trek: Picard, Stewart is back as Jean-Luc as the character navigates a new chapter in his like.

It looks like Picard’s old nemesis, Q, will be returning in Season 2.

Q will be played once again by John de Lancie.

“Well, I play a jerk, so it’s really easy to approach that yet again. It’s not difficult,” de Lancie recently said of reprising Q.

“It was nice to do. It was not difficult to bring it up again. We all play pretty close to who we are… at least I am. The material had a lot of the same vibes about it… The intentions are still the same. I’m still Picard’s main squeeze. And I’m pushing.”

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