Even though we were fortunate to have Sir Patrick Stewart return as Jean-Luc in Star Trek: Picard, the end is approaching much too quickly.
Only one more episode remains until we say goodbye to the series forever – but will the protagonist be put to rest as well or will he reappear in the ever-expanding Star Trek universe?
At the very least, the wait for season two will be less than it was for season three. The Powers That Be at Star Trek decided to film the second and third seasons back-to-back in order to make up for missed production time during the epidemic.
What a clever idea, isn’t it? We only have to wait till the series has been assembled and given the A-Star effects treatment so that it can be great for the audience members.
What’s in store for us in the last chapter?
So, join us at Digital Spy as we bravely enter Picard’s world one last time and anticipate what the final season will bring.
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Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Release Date
Since season three was recorded just after season two, it wasn’t exactly easy for anybody involved, especially Patrick Stewart.
After the season two conclusion, Captain Kirk informed us that production for season three had ended up in March 2022. “I’m still healing from it,” Sir Patrick said five weeks later, which makes us all the more excited for what’s to come.
Said Sir Patrick: “It was intense. “We finished filming the 10 episodes of season two at 7 p.m. and started season three the next morning. For the next 13 months or so, I believe. I’m quite sure it’s been at least a year.”
In light of this, we estimate that the series will premiere in early 2023, taking into account post-production and past release dates.
As of May 2022, no formal announcement has been made. The sooner we know for sure, the better.
Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Cast Members
Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard, Michelle Hurd as Rafaella “Raffi” Musiker, Evan Evagora as Elnor, and Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine are expected to return for season three.
Alison Pill has stated Agnes Jurati won’t return for the final season.
Pill told MovieWeb, “Season 3 is the last.” “I wasn’t in season three, so I can’t spoil anything. Everyone will watch, too.”
Cristobal “Chris” Rios’ decision to live in the past raises questions about Santiago Cabrera’s future.
Some special cast members will fill in. Picard revealed before season two ended that several iconic Next Generation characters will appear in season three.
LeVar Burton (Geordi La Forge), Michael Dorn (Worf), Gates McFadden (Dr. Beverly Crusher), Jonathan Frakes (Commander William T Riker), Marina Sirtis (Counselor Deanna Troi), and Brent Spiner (Data).
Picard showrunner Terry Matalas said (via Deadline):
“I recall watching Star Trek: The Next Generation with my father like it was yesterday. It sparked my passion for sci-fi. It’s natural that Jean-Luc Picard’s narrative concludes with his closest and most devoted USS Enterprise colleagues. It’s an honor to send goodbye to these characters properly.
“The entire Star Trek: Picard crew and I can’t wait for season three!”
[Ongoing thread] Star Trek Picard: Season 3 (2023)
Patrick Stewart: “We wrapped season two at 7 p.m. one night and we started the next season the following morning. It’s been, as you may be able to hear from my voice, an intense experience.” pic.twitter.com/YaWh4wLdbN
— The Spaceshipper 🚀 (@TheSpaceshipper) March 3, 2022
Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Plotline
Patrick Stewart teased the return of the Next Generation cast in an interview with Entertainment Weekly following the season two finale:
As for the reunion, “We will meet them, but it’s not a re-enactment.” It’s more than just a reunion. The only thing I can say is that everyone serves a purpose, and that’s all I’m permitted to say because I’m really looking forward to what’s to come in season three. A large part of this will be due to how the characters we’ve been familiar with for so long have changed.”
Although Stewart hinted that season three might be the most exciting yet, many precise plot details are still elusive for the time being.
I remember thinking when I first read the finale of season two, ‘Where the heck are we going to go from here?'” Almost as if there was a conclusion to be drawn from the situation.
“Oh gosh, are we going to be done early and the show will disappear?” I pondered for a second. However, this was not the case for us. I found season three to be one of the most intriguing episodes and moments we’d had in the entire program,”