Now we have our first look at Patrick Stewart in character Star Trek: The Next GenerationJean-Luc Picard from the movie Star Trek: Nemesida in 2002
The image is a video of a video clip shown on the CBS presentation. Advance plans are supported by television networks such as CBS to show the list of next season's show, mostly to advertisers, but sometimes to be pressed. The press and advertising specialists who presented the event shared the details on Twitter. Mostly, the image itself said Kate Auurt, Buzzfeed's chief correspondent in Los Angeles.
Pittsburgh TV critic Rob Owen Described the short twinkling scene, which states that the clip includes a Starfleet officer who asks Jean-Luc: "Can I get your name, sir? "Because Picard seems unbelieving.
The video was short and fans who wanted to know about the series would not find it whole much to work. In other words, TrekMovie suggests that Picard may be a professor or instructor at the Fleet Academy. Thoughts: Picard seems "pretty professor," though he is not in the Starfleet uniform, and the uniform you barely see in the background looks very much like those that the Cadets carry in episodes like "The First Duty."
We know very little about the show as the director of the series clarifies in interviews that CBS wants to keep it as secret as possible. Here's what we have so far: The premiere of the series at the end of 2019, its first season will consist of 10 episodes, to be held 18 years later. Star Trek: Nemesida, and this will include Picard to cope with the news of the demolition of Romulus during the 2009 presidency. Star Trek movie.
We know a little of the casting. Santiago Cabrera (a lure, Heroeswill play a thief and a pilot flying on Picard's ship, and Michelle Hurd (Law and order: Special Victims Department, Bosch, Jessica Jones, daredevil) will play an intelligence agent who is fighting addiction.
More details are likely to come to San Diego Comic-Con in July. For now, CBS confirm Star Trek: Picard will take on CBS All Access in the US, The Space Channel in Canada and Amazon Prime Video in 200 other countries. (Star Trek: Discovery also CBS All Access is exclusive in the United States but is distributed by Netflix in most other countries).