Patrick Stewart hints at 'Star Trek: Picard' sequel


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The revival series 'Star Trek: Picard' may get a fourth season after all. © Trae Patton/Paramount+/ViacomCBS, SpotOn

But not over?

Since the release of the 'Star Trek' revival series 'Picard' in 2019, everyone involved has consistently stated that Sir Patrick Stewart's (82) return as the iconic Captain Jean-Luc Picard would be limited to three seasons. But about a month before the start of the third and supposedly final installment of the popular Paramount+ sci-fi series, the cast and crew are now sending out different signals for the first time. When asked about a potential fourth season of Star Trek: Picard, lead actor Stewart replied, 'If we can maintain the level of work of seasons one, two and three, then absolutely yes.' This is reported by 'TVLine'.

'Open Doors' on 'Star Trek: Picard'

Picard actor Stewart also talks about the 'enormous potential' for future storylines about the aging former captain of the Enterprise. There would also be 'open doors' for future stories after season three of the series. 'We didn't shut them all down,' Stewart revealed.

'Picard' co-creator Alex Kurtzman (49) agrees. 'Anything is possible,' said the series creator with regard to a continuation of the show beyond the upcoming third season. However, this potential continuation in a fourth season would depend on the success of the new episodes from season three, which will be released on February 17 in Germany on the streaming service Amazon Prime Video.

Celebrity returnees on 'Star Trek: Picard'

In the third season of 'Star Trek: Picard' almost the entire crew of the cult spaceship Enterprise will come together in front of the camera. LeVar Burton (65) will again embody the character Geordi La Forge, Michael Dorn (70) will appear as Klingon Worf and Gates McFadden (73) will in turn play Dr. Beverly crushers hatch. Jonathan Frakes (70) as Riker and Marina Sirtis (67) as Troi also return from the previous 'Picard' seasons. Data actor Brent Spiner (73) takes on an as yet unknown new role.

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