Star Trek: Picard Poster Reveals New Look At Patrick Stewart's Return

Star Trek: Picard Poster Reveals New Look At Patrick Stewart's Return

Kurtzmann also described this new series as having a dramatically different tone and tempo from the CBS: All Access' other main Star Trek series, Discovery.

A new poster for CBS All-Access' "Star Trek: Picard" has been revealed by star Patrick Stewart - but there's still no release date for the series.

The image (below) shows a contemplative Jean-Luc Picard, notably dressed in civilian garb instead of his familiar Starfleet-issued uniform, standing at the edge of a vineyard that stretches off toward the horizon. What will be strong enough from Picard's own past, to take him away from his peaceful life of making wine and hanging with his dog is still to be seen.

Picard revisits the iconic Star Trek: The Next Generation Captain in his elder years, starring Patrick Stewart reprising his role from that show. Stick with CinemaBlend for more details on the series as they roll out, and for more news on upcoming television and movies.

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Joining Stewart in this next adventure are Alison Pill, Michelle Hurd, Evan Evagora, Isa Briones, Santiago Cabrera and Harry Treadaway. Chabon is the showrunner.

We got out the first teaser for Star Trek: Picard back in May, but the show is set to host a full panel at SDCC 2019 later this month.

Star Trek: Picard will make its San Diego Comic-Con debut during the Enter the Star Trek Universe panel on Saturday 20th July from 11.30am to 1pm PST in Hall H.

Patrick will also be reuniting with his former co-star and director Jonathan Frakes, who played Commander William T. Riker on the previous series.

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