Star Trek: Picard season two premieres tomorrow on Paramount Plus.
While we’re looking forward to the premiere of the second season of Star Trek: Picard tomorrow, we also know there is only one more season after this one ends. Trekkies love Captain/Admiral Picard and were thrilled to see him back on our screens. Yet, now, we’re having to say goodbye to him again. Series star Patrick Stewart had a quick conversation with Collider about the upcoming end, which he doesn’t see as a closure like most of us do.
The 81-year-old actor called the finale of Picard “unexpected and questionable,” adding that it “leaves a question mark hanging over his head.” So Admiral Picard isn’t going to go quietly into the night which makes sense. Do we really want a full closure where everything is wrapped up neatly with a bow?
Star Trek: Picard may not be the last we see of Admiral Picard.
While Stewart didn’t come out and say that he would be back, including a question mark over his head does leave open the door for possible sightings in the future, even if it’s only a cameo in a current series.
"Now I’m not saying in three years’ time or 10 years’ time, there will be another series and I’ll be back again tending in my grapes in the vineyard."
There, of course, are currently no plans to bring the actor back to the franchise after Picard wraps next season, but we never thought we’d see Patrick Stewart as PIcard again after Star Trek: Nemesis. So there is always hope.
In the meantime, we have an entire season of new episodes to look forward to starting tomorrow, and if the trailer and all of the cast comments are anything to go by, this is going to be one incredible adventure!