How to Watch the Third and Final Season of I>Star Trek: Picard/i>

How to Watch the Third and Final Season of I>Star Trek: Picard/i> ...

Jean-Luc Picard's last adventures, which will be scrapped this month, are sure to leave you wanting more. Here's how to get the 10-episode farewell season into your eyeballs.

Star Trek: Picard will launch its third and final season on Paramount+ on Thursday, February 16, and will feature Patrick Stewart reprising his iconic role as Picard, which he played for seven seasons on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Seasons 1 and 2 are already available for streaming on Paramount+.

How to Get Stark Trek: Picard Season 3 on CBS, UEFA Champions League and March Madness

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Paramount+ offers two subscription levels for accessing the service on its own or as a bundle package; this plan does not include your local live CBS station, but NFL on CBS and UEFA Champions League will be available via separate live feeds.

By paying just $9.99 per month for a premium plan, you can save $99.99 per year. (The Premium plan does include your local live CBS station); some shows include brief promotional breaks to keep you informed of new and upcoming Paramount+ programming.

Paramount+ offers the option for users to bundle with a Showtime subscription, giving you access to the premium cabler's library of original series, including Yellowjackets, Your Honor, George and Tammy, and more. With Showtime, you may also watch critically acclaimed films, such as Everything Everywhere All at Once, which has been nominated for 11 Academy Awards.

What Is Star Trek: Picard About? A long-lost friend invites Admiral Jean-Luc Picard to the most outrageous task of his life, putting him on a collision course with the legacy of his past and powerful new revelations that will forever alter the Federation's destiny: Todd Stashwick (12 Monkeys, Riches) in the recurring role of the USS Titan's captain.


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