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New ‘Star Trek’ series ‘Section 31’ to start filming when ‘Discovery’ season 3 wraps

There’s no worry of canon at this point. We’re not even anywhere close to where canon has been. Everything that happened … in the past has actually planted seeds that have led to outcomes in the future. And getting to see that over the spectrum of this amazing time jump is really what’s fun about the season,” Kurtzman said. – Scott Snowden, Space.com » https://ift.tt/31xj7Hj

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Watch Star Trek: Picard For Free on Pluto TV

Tune-in to Pluto TV’s Sci Fi channel (Ch. 60) on Thursday, January 30th to watch the debut episode of “Star Trek: Picard”, an original series streaming exclusively on CBS All Access. Following the non-stop marathon, for one week only, Pluto TV will air the groundbreaking new series as part of a primetime block on Pluto TV Sci Fi, all for free. – Ryan Downey, The Streaming Advisor » https://ift.tt/36FrcKP

‘Star Trek: Picard’ breaks streaming records on CBS All Access

“Picard” was up by more than 115% in terms of total streams, when compared to CBS All Access’s first record, which was by its other “Star Trek” show, the less well-received “Star Trek: Discovery.” It was also up by 180+% over “Discovery’s” prior record for subscribers streaming a CBS All Access original. – Sarah Perez, TechCrunch » https://ift.tt/2Gro3n0

Whoopi Goldberg Accepts Sir Patrick Stewart’s Invite to Join ‘Star Trek: Picard’ Season 2

This morning, Stewart stopped by The View to promote his new Picard spinoff series, but before he could dive into his spiel, he had an important matter to discuss with Goldberg. “I’m here with a formal invitation. And it’s for you, Whoopi,” he said. “Alex Kurtzman, who is the senior executive producer of Star Trek: Picard, and all of his colleagues — of which I am one — want to invite you into the second season.” – Claire Spellberg, Decider » https://trib.al/1SYbD22 [photo: The View, Twitter]

‘Star Trek: Picard’: Patrick Stewart on Why He Returned to the Final Frontier

The new show is different from its predecessor in nearly every respect — texture, tone, format, production value, even the likelihood of characters dropping an f-bomb. That’s all by design. Stewart’s design. “He is uninterested in repeating himself,” says Alex Kurtzman, the show’s creator and executive producer, and the mastermind behind CBS’ effort to not just revive “Star Trek” but also transform it into a vast narrative universe in the Marvel mold. – Daniel Holloway, Variety » https://ift.tt/2QAGRWX [photo: CBS]

Star Trek: Picard Brings Back a Much Different Hugh

Ahead of Picard‘s Jan. 23 debut on CBS All Access, TVLine has an exclusive first look at former Borg drone Hugh, played once again by Jonathan Del Arco. But now, instead of the customary android Borg look, Hugh looks almost human, with only a few remnants of his Borg past — some stray metallic bits attached to his face — still visible. – Dave Nemetz, TVLine » https://ift.tt/2MiGeyG [photo: CBS/TVLine]

STAR TREK: PICARD Trailer Sees Jean-Luc and Riker Reunite

[The] part that will have Trek fans all emotional is the reunion between Will Riker (Jonathan Frakes), his wife Deanna Troi (Marina Sirtis) and their former Captain. It looks like these guys have retired from Starfleet, and we hear a young man call Riker “dad.” So the Rikers seemed to get their happily ever after and started a family… – Eric Diaz, Nerdist » https://nerdi.st/30SHrB7 [photo: CBS All Access]

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