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It’s hard to believe just a few short months ago we lived in a world where Jean-Luc Picard was simply a character who had appeared in some Star Trek projects back in the day. Now, thanks to Picard, Patrick Stewart and some other Star Trek veterans are back on the small screen in a big way. Unfortunately for fans, the first season of Picard just recently aired its finale on CBS All Access. As a fun bonus to the fans, the cast shared posts celebrating the end of the season.
While we wait for Picard Season 2 -- which by the way has been greenlighted by CBS All Access -- you can take a look at how the Picard cast celebrated Season 1 wrapping on the streaming service with some lovely posts from when the show was still coming together.
Jonathan Del Arco, who is known for acting in Star Trek: The Next Generation and now Star Trek: Picard, shared the initial post, which gives fans a behind-the scenes look at the cast who look to be doing press while Season 1 of the series was coming together. He wasn’t alone in his post, however.
In fact, Star Trek fan-favorite actress Jeri Ryan also posted her own lovely response to Jonathan Del Arco’s intial post. In addition, she spent the last few days retweeting fan responses to Picard as people wrapped up watching the CBS All Access series.
It’s felt good to bring Picard back. I can’t wait to reunite with our cast and crew for Season 2.
Season 2 of Picard was announced by CBS All Access during the Televisions Critics Association press tour CinemaBlend attended earlier this year. In addition, it seems the series has been prepping for Season 2 for a while and has been touching base with other Star Trek franchise actors about possible appearances down the line.
It’s clear adventure awaits for Season 2 of Picard, but right now there are a lot of questions regarding where Season 2 of the series will go given how Season 1 wrapped. However, we will have a while to wait before Season 2 happens. Given everything going on in the world right now, the new season has not started filming.
Although Season 1 of Picard premiered in January of this year, if Season 2 doesn’t start production for some months, it could be a while before Season 2 gets an official date and if I had to guess the new episodes will likely come later rather than early next year. Of course, there’s a lot that is up in the air about the TV schedule at this point and we’ll be sure to keep you posted every step of the way.