Publicado: Vie, May 17, 2019
Espectáculos | Por Manuelo Venegas

Patrick Stewart’s ‘Star Trek’ Series Officially Titled ‘Star Trek: Picard’; Logo Revealed

Patrick Stewart’s ‘Star Trek’ Series Officially Titled ‘Star Trek: Picard’; Logo Revealed

As just announced, Sir Patrick Stewart will be reprising his iconic role as Captain Jean-Luc Picard, the character he portrayed for an impressive seven years on Star Trek: The Next Generation, in a brand-new Star Trek series. The company debuted the series logo for the first time, as well, giving the public its first solid look at the upcoming science fiction show. The show will be titled Star Trek: Picard and the logo features gold lettering with the Star Fleet symbol substituting as the "A" in Picard. CBS hasn't shed much light on the plot, though, as ComicBook.com notes, executive producer Alex Kurtzman explained it'll explore Picard as a character, as it delves into his personality. It's a show all about Picard, so it makes sense. What happens when circumstances have conspired to not give him the happiest of endings?

"During these past years, it has been humbling to hear many stories about how The Next Generation brought people comfort, saw them through hard periods in their lives or how the example of Jean-Luc inspired so many to follow in his footsteps, pursuing science, exploration and leadership", Stewart said when the show was first announced. "It speaks to the rainbow of colors we're playing with in all these different shows".

But there will be a change to Picard's military status. Star Trek: The Next Generation alum Jonathan Frakes revealed, "Patrick isn't playing Capt. Jean-Luc Picard this time, he's done with [that phase of his career in] Starfleet".

Encontrada una mujer desaparecida hace seis años dentro de una heladera
Se supo que el hombre era un mecánico de aviones independiente, pero todavía no se pudo establecer los motivos de su deceso. El cadáver en estado de descomposición de Escárzaga fue hallado en febrero en un apartamento cerca de allí, en Hollywood.

And speaking of Star Trek: Picard, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette TV critic Rob Owen made a comment on the picture that was released yesterday of Stewart as Picard.

Check out the reveal of the official title and logo below.

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