Star Trek: Picard’s Second Trailer Goes Back Into the Cold […]
Michael Burnham and the crew of the Discovery have arrived in the future, and it’s not what they expected at all.
Fans will finally get to learn what Picard has been up to since the end of Star Trek: Nemesis in a new comic and a prequel novel.
“Every ship need a crew. Welcome aboard.”
The actor who played the Emergency Medical Hologram may reprise his role.
A new Blu-ray box set will celebrate the legacy of Jean-Luc Picard, along with a handful of extras, including a bonus comic book!
In honor of its 40th anniversary, the original Star Trek film is receiving a limited theatrical re-release in September.
New seasons of Star Trek: Discovery, Star Trek: Short Treks, and Star Trek: Lower Decks were teased during the franchise’s Comic-Con panel.
A mysterious stranger will lure Picard back into the world of Starfleet, and at least two of his former colleagues may be joining him.
“If it wants to be the Wild Bunch in space, fine.”
“You will not see a version that betrays the man we loved from Next Generation.”
A new poster for the CBS All Access series has arrived, courtesy of Patrick Stewart. And it looks like Picard’s got a new canine friend.
CBS All-Access has big plans for Comic-Con, including a star-studded panel, two Star Trek experiences, and a Picard-themed gallery.
A new captain has taken the helm, and author Michael Chabon is a long-time Star Trek fan who is very excited about Picard’s future.
Space. The final frakkin’ frontier.
Rather than being saddled with excessive continuity, some franchises deserve a fresh start by simply pretending that bad sequels never happened.
A new documentary looking back on the making of the iconic series will soon get a home release, courtesy of Shout! Studios.
Jean-Luc Picard’s life is very different in the first glimpse of Patrick Stewart’s new Star Trek series on CBS All Access.
A new video highlights the characteristics that make Patrick Stewart’s such an iconic captain and leader ahead of Star Trek: Picard’s premiere later this year.
Patrick Stewart’s upcoming Star Trek series will have a very straightforward name when it premieres on CBS All Access later this year.
CBS and Amazon have announced this morning that the upcoming All Access’ Picard series about the now-older Star Trek captain will air on Amazon Prime Video internationally.