In the final season we will see Geordi La Forge, Beverly Crusher and Worf again.
Prepare the handkerchiefs: Patrick Stewart is about to leave the universe of Star Trek another time. But if he can console you, he will be in good company until the end. While we learn that the previously announced season 3 of Star Trek: Picard will be the last, the streaming service Paramount + makes it known that Jean-Luc Picard’s swan song will involve several other characters in the cult series Star Trek: The Next Generationincluded LeVar Burton, Gates McFadden And Michael Dorn again as Geordi La Forge, Beverly Crusher and Worf respectively.
Star Trek: Picard closes after 3 seasons: The statements
The news of the conclusion of Star Trek: Picard with the third season arrives in the middle of the second, in Italy in programming on Prime Video every Friday with a new episode. In a statement, Terry Matalaswho will be the showrunner for the next few episodes, said: “I remember like it was yesterday seeing the premiere of Star Trek: The Next Generation with my father almost 34 years ago. It was the spark that ignited my love of science fiction. Hence, it is very fitting that Jean-Luc Picard’s story ends by honoring the principle, with his closest and most loyal friends of the USS Enterprise. It would be an understatement to say that giving these characters a proper farewell is an honor. The entire team of Star Trek: Picard and I can’t wait for fans to experience this final and high-stakes adventure in season 3. “
The other returns
In addition to Burton, McFadden and Dorn, in the third and final season we will see the veterans of The Next Generation Jonathan Frakes And Marina Sirtisalready appeared in the inaugural cycle with the roles of Will Riker and Deanna Troi. Brent Spinerinstead, it will continue to interpret Data. These returns follow those of Whoopi Goldberg And John de Lancie in the second season, as Guinan, Picard’s longtime friend and confidant, and the all-powerful shape-shifter Q. Annie Wersching (Bosch, the Vampire Diaries), on the other hand, played a new version of Queen Borg, a villain introduced in the 1996 film Star Trek: First Contact.
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