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Star Trek: Picard Genre Drama Science fiction Created by Akiva Goldsman Michael Chabon Kirsten Beyer Alex Kurtzman Based on Star Trek: The Next Generation by Gene Roddenberry Starring Patrick Stewart Alison Pill Isa Briones Evan Evagora Michelle Hurd Santiago Cabrera Harry Treadaway Composer(s) Jeff Russo Country of origin United States Original language(s) English No. of seasons 1 No. of episodes 7 ( list of episodes) Production Executive producer(s) James Duff Heather Kadin Rod Roddenberry Trevor Roth Production location(s) Santa Clarita, California Running time 45–60 minutes Production company(s) Secret Hideout Weed Road Pictures Escapist Fare Roddenberry Entertainment CBS Television Studios Distributor CBS Television Distribution Release Original network CBS All Access Picture format HDTV 1080p ( 2. 39:1) Dolby Vision Audio format Dolby Digital 5. 1 Original release January 23, 2020 – present Chronology Preceded by Star Trek: Discovery Related shows Star Trek: The Next Generation Star Trek: Voyager Star Trek: Short Treks External links Website Star Trek: Picard is an American web television series created for CBS All Access by Kirsten Beyer, Akiva Goldsman, Michael Chabon and Alex Kurtzman. It is the eighth series in the Star Trek franchise and centers on the character Jean-Luc Picard. Set at the end of the 24th century, 20 years after the events of Star Trek: Nemesis (2002), the storyline focuses on the effect of the destruction of the android Commander Data, which occurred in the climax of that film, as well as the destruction of the planet Romulus, which occurred in the 2009 film Star Trek. Patrick Stewart is an executive producer of the series and stars as Picard, reprising his role from Star Trek: The Next Generation as well as other Star Trek media. Santiago Cabrera, Michelle Hurd, Evan Evagora, Alison Pill, Harry Treadaway, and Isa Briones also star. Several actors from previous Star Trek series also reprise their roles, including Brent Spiner, Jeri Ryan, Marina Sirtis, and Jonathan Frakes. [1] Rumors began to circulate in June 2018, when Kurtzman began his expansion. The official announcement came in August of that year, after months of negotiations with Stewart. He had previously said that he would not return to the franchise after Nemesis. Filming began in California in April 2019; the series' official title was announced a month later. Star Trek: Picard premiered on January 23, 2020; its first season consists of ten episodes. Before the launch, CBS All Access renewed Star Trek: Picard for a second ten-episode season. Premise [ edit] Many years have passed since Data's demise. Following the destruction of the Romulan star system and the withdrawal of Federation support for its evacuation, Jean-Luc Picard and Starfleet "separated" for reasons that have never been made public by either party—until now. Picard has been having recurrent dreams in which he interacts with Data. One of these recalls a painting Data titled "Daughter". A mysterious young woman named Dahj comes to Picard for help, and he discovers that she is a biological synthetic created by Dr. Bruce Maddox based on Data's positronic brain, making her Data's daughter. After Dahj is murdered by a secret society of Romulans who believe that she is a prophesied "Destroyer" of all life, Picard learns that she has a twin sister. He makes it his mission to find her and to preserve the legacy of his old friend. Cast and characters [ edit] Main [ edit] Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard: A retired Starfleet admiral and former captain of two flagships named Enterprise. Alison Pill as Agnes Jurati: A doctor working for the Daystrom Institute 's Division of Advanced Synthetic Research on Okinawa who was recruited by Dr. Bruce Maddox. Isa Briones as Dahj and Soji Asha: The twin android daughters of the late Lieutenant Commander Data. Dahj asks Picard to help her find out why she is being attacked—and why she is able to defend herself so well. She is destroyed before his eyes. Soji works on a Borg cube known as the "Artifact", now in the hands of Romulans, where she helps to reclaim victims of the Borg. Evan Evagora as Elnor: [2] [3] A Romulan refugee, rescued by Picard when he was a child. He is an expert in hand-to-hand combat and is fiercely loyal to Picard. [4] He has been raised never to lie. Michelle Hurd as Rafaella "Raffi" Musiker: [5] [2] A former Starfleet intelligence officer struggling with substance abuse who served as Picard's first officer during the Romulan evacuation. [6] Santiago Cabrera as Cristóbal "Chris" Rios: A former Starfleet officer, now owner and pilot of La Sirena. He is also a skilled thief. Picard has hired his services on Raffi's recommendation. Cabrera also plays his ship's various emergency holograms. Harry Treadaway as Narek: A Romulan spying on Soji Asha for the Zhat Vash; he becomes her lover as part of his cover. Guest stars [ edit] Brent Spiner as Data: A sentient android who served under Picard as Second Officer and Chief Operations Officer aboard the Enterprise, until he sacrificed himself to save Picard in Star Trek: Nemesis. [7] [2] Picard sees Data in his dreams in "Remembrance". Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine: A former Borg drone liberated from the Collective by Captain Kathryn Janeway and the crew of the USS Voyager. Ryan was a regular on Star Trek: Voyager seasons four through seven. [2] Seven plays a major role in the episode "Stardust City Rag". Jonathan Frakes as William Riker: A retired Starfleet Captain of the USS Titan and formerly Picard's first officer on the Enterprise. He and Troi married at the beginning of Star Trek: Nemesis. [2] Riker appears with Troi in "Nepenthe". Marina Sirtis as Deanna Troi: Former counselor on the Enterprise, she and Riker married at the beginning of Star Trek: Nemesis. [2] Troi appears with Riker in "Nepenthe". Recurring [ edit] Jamie McShane as Zhaban, a Romulan and former member of the Tal Shiar, who now acts as Picard's butler. Orla Brady as Laris, a Romulan and a former member of the Tal Shiar, who now manages Picard's vineyard and household. Peyton List as Narissa / Lieutenant Rizzo, a Romulan spy posing as a human operative of Starfleet Security; Narek's sister. Tamlyn Tomita as Commodore Oh, seemingly a Vulcan Starfleet officer and head of Starfleet Security, but secretly an operative of the Tal Shiar and Rizzo's contact in the Fleet. Jonathan Del Arco as Hugh: A former Borg drone who appeared in the Next Generation episodes " I, Borg " and " Descent, Part II ". [2] He has since become the head of the Borg Artifact Research Institute. Episodes [ edit] Production [ edit] Development [ edit] In June 2018, after he became sole showrunner of the series Star Trek: Discovery, Alex Kurtzman signed a five-year overall deal with CBS Television Studios to expand the Star Trek franchise beyond Discovery to several new series, miniseries, and animated series. [14] One of these would star Patrick Stewart, reprising the role of Jean-Luc Picard from Star Trek: The Next Generation. [15] [16] Kurtzman and Akiva Goldsman (who worked on the first season of Discovery) were attached to the project. [16] When CBS first approached him about making more Star Trek series, Kurtzman believed that Picard was the greatest Star Trek captain, and he included a series featuring the character on his wish list. Despite Stewart's statements that he was done with the franchise, Kurtzman and Goldsman contacted Stewart in late 2017, [17] initially to see if he would be willing to appear in a Star Trek: Short Treks episode. [18] Kurtzman, Goldsman and Discovery writer Kirsten Beyer met with the actor, [19] who took the meeting with the intention of turning the project down, but was intrigued enough by their discussion to ask them for a three-page document outlining their ideas. [19] [20] At that time, Goldsman invited novelist Michael Chabon, a friend, to work on the project as well and the four ultimately produced a 34-page document that they sent to Stewart. He organised another meeting with them in March 2018, where he expressed his approval of their pitch. While deciding whether to join the project, Stewart asked Kurtzman that the series be "so different" from previous Star Trek stories, "both what people remember but also not what they're expecting at all, otherwise why do it? " [19] He was also concerned that the series would be "jokey", but received assurances from the project's creative team that it would not be. [20] On August 4, 2018, Stewart made a surprise appearance at the annual Las Vegas Star Trek Convention to officially announce the series and confirm that he would star in it. Stewart was also set to executive produce the series alongside Kurtzman, Goldsman, Chabon, Discovery ' s James Duff, Heather Kadin of Kurtzman's production company Secret Hideout, Rod Roddenberry (the son of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry) and Trevor Roth of Roddenberry Entertainment. Beyer remained part of the creative team as well. [21] The series was expected to premiere in 2019. [22] Kadin revealed in October that the series was intended to be ongoing rather than a limited miniseries, and that its release would not overlap with Discovery or any other new Star Trek series. Kurtzman added that the Picard series would be "its own thing", [23] later elaborating that where Discovery is "a bullet", the Picard series is "a very contemplative show" with its own "rhythm" and more of a "real-world" feeling. [24] CBS CCO David Nevins confirmed in December 2018 that the series was intended to debut on CBS All Access at the end of 2019, after the full release of Discovery ' s second season and several Short Treks shorts. [25] Stewart revealed in January 2019 that the series would consist of 10 episodes, and reiterated that the intention was for it to continue for multiple seasons, [20] adding a month later that "we are set up for possibly three years of this show". [26] A production listing in March gave the series' title as Star Trek: Destiny, which CBS had trademarked in 2018. [27] However, the official title was revealed as Star Trek: Picard at CBS's upfront presentation that May. [28] At that time, Kurtzman revealed that the series does not have a traditional showrunner and instead was being "shepherded" by a larger creative team. [29] Chabon was later named the showrunner for the series. [30] In December 2019, ahead of the series premiere, CBS All Access renewed the series for a 10-episode second season. [31] Writing [ edit] An initial series' writers room had begun work by the end of September 2018, and worked alongside Stewart for two weeks. [22] [32] The room soon expanded to include a full roster of writers for the series, [32] and they had broken the stories for eight episodes by that December. [24] The series is set 20 years after Stewart's last appearance as Picard in the film Star Trek: Nemesis (2002). [33] Kurtzman revealed that the series would find the character "radically altered" by the destruction of Romulus several years after the events of Nemesis, as depicted in the film Star Trek (2009). [19] Stewart said the series would tell a single serialized story, and despite taking place at a similar time to flashforwards in the Next Generation finale " All Good Things... " he would not be growing a beard for the series as he did for those scenes. [20] Kurtzman said the mandate for the series was to make it "a more psychological show, a character study about this man in his emeritus years", and noted that it was rare for a television series to star an older actor like Stewart. In the series, the character must find his way back to Roddenberry's original optimistic vision for the franchise, which Kurtzman hoped would reinforce that original vision while allowing the character to "go through deep valleys". [29] Casting [ edit] Patrick Stewart reprises the series' title role from previous Star Trek media With the initial series announcement in August 2018 also came confirmation that Stewart would star in the series as Picard. [21] At the start of March 2019, Santiago Cabrera and Michelle Hurd were both set to co-star in the series, with Cabrera being one of the most sought-after actors during the 2019 television pilot season and choosing this series over many other offers. [5] Later in the month, newcomer Evan Evagora was cast as another series regular role. [3] In April, Alison Pill, Harry Treadaway, and Isa Briones joined the cast. [34] During an episode of The View, the day before the premiere of the first episode, Stewart invited Whoopi Goldberg to reprise her role as Guinan in season 2. [35] Design [ edit] Acknowledging that the series would be set further in the future than any previous Star Trek film or series, Kurtzman explained that the production was aiming for a "grounded" approach rather than having things like "crazy floating skyscrapers and all the cliches of science fiction... we've tried to avoid that, across the board, in the production design and the look of it and the feel of it. It's all about the personal details that you can connect to now, even though it takes place so far in the future. " [36] Filming [ edit] Production began on April 22, 2019, [37] at Santa Clarita Studios, California, under the working title Drawing Room. [27] In December 2018, the series was granted $15. 6 million dollars in tax credits by the California Film Commission for the production to take place in California rather than in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where Discovery is filmed. [38] The first three episodes were directed by Hanelle Culpepper, who previously directed for Discovery and is the first woman to direct the initial episode of a Star Trek series. [39] These first three episodes make up the first "block" of filming for the series, with its 10 episodes split into five blocks total. Jonathan Frakes, who also previously directed for Discovery, directed the second block of episodes and stated his belief that this block system had more to do with amortization than any story-based reasons. [33] Also directing are Maja Vrvilo, who directed the sixth and eighth episodes, and Akiva Goldsman, who directed the ninth and tenth episodes, while Douglas Aarniokoski directed the seventh episode. [11] Filming concluded on September 1, 2019. [27] Music [ edit] The music for Picard is composed by Jeff Russo, who also composes the music for Discovery. The digital album was released on January 23, 2020 on all of the major music streaming platforms. [40] It contains the music of the first half of the first season, from Remembrance to Stardust City Rag. No. Title Length 1. " Star Trek: Picard Main Title" 1:43 2. " Star Trek: Picard End Title" 1:44 3. "Walking With Number One" 1:16 4. "Dahj Activates" 1:10 5. "Dahj And Picard Speak" 3:54 6. "Dahj’s Last Fight" 1:51 7. "Picard Decides" 1:46 8. "The Painting" 2:58 9. "Twins" 4:15 10. "Picard Requests Help" 2:15 11. "Romulan Collusion" 2:21 12. "Trouble For Picard" 1:18 13. "Raffi Decides To Join" 1:51 14. "Raffi Turns Down Picard" 2:06 15. "Sizing Up Rios" 4:15 16. "Happier Times" 3:25 17. "Leaving With Elnor" 1:52 18. "Mystery Ship" 3:10 19. "Picard Goes Back" 2:08 20. "Picard Leaves Elnor" 1:41 21. "Soji And Narek Waltz" 4:42 22. "Home Movies" 1:52 23. "Jurati And Maddox" 1:55 24. "Leaving With Maddox" 3:47 25. "Seven Needs Revenge" 3:02 26. "What’s Your Emergency" 1:25 27. "Page (From Short Treks “Children Of Mars”)" 1:58 28. "Children Of Mars End Credits (From Short Treks “Children Of Mars”)" 1:43 Total length: 1:07:23 Release [ edit] Star Trek: Picard premiered on January 23, 2020, on CBS All Access in the United States, [25] [41] and will run for 10 episodes. [33] Like Discovery before it, each episode of the series will be broadcast in Canada by CTV Sci-Fi Channel [42] (English) and available to stream on Crave in English and French. [43] Amazon Prime Video will stream the episodes within 24 hours of their U. S. release in over 200 other countries and territories around the world; this is different from Discovery, which is released internationally by Netflix. [44] The deals with Amazon and Bell Media for the series were made by international distributor arm CBS Studios International. [44] [43] Support for Dolby Vision HDR is limited to the CBS All Access Apple TV channel. [45] Reception [ edit] On the review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the series holds an approval rating of 90% with an average rating of 7. 88/10, based on 60 reviews. The site's critical consensus reads: "Anchored by the incomparable Patrick Stewart, Picard departs from standard Starfleet protocol with a slower serialized story, but like all great Star Trek, it tackles timely themes with grace and makes for an exciting push further into the final frontier". [46] Critic Michael Idato wrote: "It's wonderfully unpredictable, turning what historically risked looking like a packaged theme park ride into a properly thrilling narrative rollercoaster. " [47] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the series a score of 76 out of 100 based on 27 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews. " [48] Some critics panned the first season's dark overtones. "The number of TV shows I am willing to watch that feature detailed torture scenes is just about zero, " Kathleen Moore wrote after the airing of the fifth episode. "I am making an exception for Star Trek: Picard. But my admiration for Sir Patrick Stewart’s acting abilities can only go so far. " She added, "Instead of saving whole civilizations, our hero is struggling to just save one person.... I don't know where this show is going, and I am not enjoying the journey, but I'm hoping there is some sort of payoff at the end. " [49] Tie-in media [ edit] Comics [ edit] In December 2019, IDW released the first issue of a 3-set mini series called Star Trek: Picard Countdown, which is a comic book–based story set in 2385 – two years before the destruction of Romulus and 15 years before the TV series. It deals with Admiral Picard's actions during the evacuation of Romulus and the affected planets near it. [50] The Ready Room [ edit] On January 12, 2020, CBS All Access announced that a new season of The Ready Room would accompany the Star Trek: Picard series. Hosted by actor Wil Wheaton, new episodes air after a new episode of Star Trek: Picard is released on CBS All Access. The Ready Room originally debuted as an aftershow to accompany the second season of Star Trek: Discovery (replacing After Trek). [51] Novels [ edit] The Last Best Hope, a new novel from veteran Star Trek author Una McCormack, focuses on the events that lead to Jean-Luc Picard's resignation from Starfleet. It was released on February 11, 2020, by Simon & Schuster. [52] Notes [ edit] References [ edit] ^ Otterson, Joe; Otterson, Joe (July 20, 2019). " ' Star Trek: Picard' to Feature Jonathan Frakes, Marina Sirtis, Brent Spiner, Jeri Ryan". Variety. Archived from the original on July 20, 2019. 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I just finish watching it. MARIAH CAREY WILL ALWAYS MAKE HITS, 2020 AND BEYOND. ตอนนี้ใครฟังบ้างขอเสียงหน่อย. It would of been nice to have Eddie Murphy as the Donkey. Watch Full Length L'Ãtoile de Noël'article complet. This song should be sang by one. Most probably the guy was lit. I believe this was the piece they put together to audition for the Sing Off. Avi and Kevin always did that high five before all the performances as a nod to the beginning of the complete group. It really always was the trios song. Watch full length l 27 c3 a9toile de no c3 abl review.

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