Trekkies rejoice! Patrick Stewart is beaming to our screens once again as Jean-Luc Picard, former Captain of the USS-Enterprise. There's definitely a guaranteed thrill for fans who watch Star Trek: Picard online as Stewart reprises the iconic role and reunites with The Next Generation cast members Brent Spiner, Jonathan Frakes, and Marina Sirtis after 18 years.
The new series isn't all phasers blazing and warp speeds, however. Executive producer Alex Kurtzman has promised a more “contemplative show” with a “real-world” look, and the final Star Trek: Picard trailer certainly establishes a wistful mood in addition to impressive visual spectacle.
And so far, he has delivered upon his promise – episode four was set at the end of the 24th century, with a very candid perspective on Jean-Luc Picard's reaction to the loss of Lieutenant Commander Data and the destruction of Romulus.
Although, the episode did leave us on a cliff-hanger as just before the episode ends, a mystery craft which was being piloted by none other than Star Trek's Voyager's former Borg, Seven of Nine, swoops in.
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If you find yourself far from home when the latest episode drops – abroad on business or taking an extended vacation – don’t let geo-blocks ruin your fun. “There’s a way out of every box, a solution to every puzzle” Captain Picard once said, and rightly so.
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