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Picard season 3 Release Date: Confirm or Cancelled! Check Here!

Picard season 3: Despite our good fortune in having Sir Patrick Stewart return to the part of Jean-Luc in Star Trek: Picard, it already feels like the conclusion is drawing near far too quickly. Only one more episode remains until we say goodbye to the series permanently after season two. Will the character be killed off as well, or will he return in the ever-expanding Star Trek universe?

At least the wait for season two won’t be as long as it was for season three. The Powers That Be at Star Trek decided to shoot the second and third seasons back-to-back in case there were any more delays to make up for missed production time mid-pandemic.

Pretty shrewd thinking, huh? The series will soon be put together and given the A-Star effects treatment to make it absolutely ideal for fans. But what will happen in the concluding chapter?

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Picard season 3

Picard Season 3 Release Date

A fresh teaser for Star Trek: Picard’s forthcoming third season has been released by Paramount. And while though we already knew Patrick Stewart and the majority of The Next Generation’s main actors will be together in Picard’s final adventure, it’s still nice to see certain characters we haven’t seen in a long. LeVar Burton, Gates McFadden, and Michael Dorn are among the cast members who provide voiceovers for the minute-long clip Paramount debuted at San Diego Comic-Con. Although it doesn’t really add much to what Paramount offered in April, at least this time we get to see the former USS Enterprise crew members in their brand-new outfits.

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There was more Star Trek news at Comic-Con than just that. Additionally, it was revealed by Paramount that an episode of Strange New Worlds’ season two will cross over with Lower Decks. The episode, which combines live-action and animated content, will be directed by Jonathan Frakes. The voices of Brad Boimler and Beckett Mariner, respectively, will once again be provided by Tawny Newsome and Jack Quaid. While the second season of Strange New Worlds hasn’t yet been announced, Lower Decks fans may start viewing a new season on August 25. In connection with that, Paramount also released a brand-new Deep Space Nine trailer, which you should see all the way through if you’re a fan.

 

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