Ars Technica reports:
All eyes were on San Diego Comic Con’s Star Trek panel this year, as anticipation continues to build for Star Trek: Picard, the first Trek entry to feature Sir Patrick Stewart since the 2002 film Star Trek: Nemesis. And on Saturday, the series’ handlers at CBS didn’t disappoint.
A whopping two-minute trailer went well past “teaser” status with a smorgasbord of story, action, and detail for this CBS All-Access exclusive, all clarifying what little we knew from the first teaser in May. Picard’s retirement to a vineyard was further clarified: it came, in part, because “Commander Data sacrificed his life for me.”
Fret not, Trekkies. The legendary leader of the starship Enterprise quickly finds a reason to return to space. “These past few years, I really tried to belong here,” Picard says in the trailer, 20 years removed from the events of the series “Star Trek: The Next Generation.”
His restless retirement is disrupted by a young woman (played by Isa Briones) who he believes is in “serious danger.” His mission to keep her safe leads him back to Starfleet to command a new crew that includes Alison Pill and Santiago Cabrera.
The ten episode series debuts in early 2020.
— Patrick Stewart (@SirPatStew) July 10, 2019
— Peter Sciretta @ SDCC (@slashfilm) July 20, 2019
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