Picard's Latest Season 3 Trailer Features A Familiar Ship, But It's Not The Enterprise

Picard's Latest Season 3 Trailer Features A Familiar Ship, But It's Not The Enterprise ...

The last season of Star Trek: Picards is expected to be a busy one as the cast of The Next Generation reunites for what might be their final on-screen adventures together. So far, weve seen updated looks for characters like Worf, Beverly Crusher, and Geordi La Forge, and learned some more information about what will be introduced in Season 3 later this year.

Jean-Luc Picard and Jonathan Frakes Riker, who played Patrick Stewarts, are seen pulling up to a stunning Starship which Riker greets with some pride. That may be because it's a vessel he knows quite well: The USS Titan.

The Titan is a Federation Luna-class starship that Riker became the captain of following his time on the Enterprise. The Titan itself was mentioned for the first time in Star Trek Nemesis, when Boimler briefly became under Rikers command.

Picard and Riker are welcomed aboard by a Commander who's already on the ship, Seven of Nine, according to the Star Trek: Picard. Seven of Nine was initially denied her membership by Starfleet when she returned with Voyager initially.

For anyone interested in knowing more about the Enterprise, be assured that The Next Generation crew will arrive at some point. However, co-showrunners Akiva Goldsman and Terry Matalas havent revealed much more about how the show will be shaped beyond that, so there are still plenty of mysteries to be discovered.

Picard's journey begins with a distress message from Beverly Crusher, so it seems like whatever situation she has been in is one that puts her and potentially many others in danger. Hopefully, Picard and his friends will be able to get to her in time, and they will all save the day for the next time.

This latest trailer highlights several familiar faces from Star Trek: Picard, although quite a few are left out. So dont expect to see Isa Briones, Alison Pill, or even Orla Brady in the next batch of episodes. Even so, this latest trailer provides hope that there will be a great story to be told all the time!

On Thursday, February 16, Star Trek: Picard will launch on Paramount+ (opens in new tab). Get ready immediately by binging both TNG and Picard on the platform, and visit the Star Trek Day website to see all of the other big news.