Star Trek: Picard Trailer Catches Up With the Next Generation

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The latest trailer for Star Trek: Picard offers a better look at the upcoming CBS All Access series and our first glance at some fan-favorite returning characters from Star Trek: The Next Generation.

The series will see Patrick Stewart reprise his role as the iconic Starfleet officer Jean-Luc Picard, where the now-retired admiral will take to the stars for one more mission with a brand new crew.

As this New York Comic Con trailer shows, Picard will also encounter some old friends like Jonathan Frakes' William Riker and Marina Sirtis' Deanna Troi, who appear to be raising a family together on a rustic homestead.

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The trailer also offers another look at a few more returning Trek veterans. It begins with Brent Spiner's Data painting in his Next Generation uniform in a dream. Star Trek: Voyager's Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine, a former Borg who "helps people who have no one else to help them" and wields two plasma rifles in this trailer. The trailer also offered a fleeting glimpse at Jonathan Del Arco's Hugh, another member of the Borg who broke away from his programming and rediscovered his individuality.

In addition to offering more glimpses of Isa Briones' Dahj, the mysterious young woman who inspired Picard's journey and Picard recruiting the rest of his new crew, the trailer also showcased several clips of intergalactic spaceship combat and Picard continuing to use his well-established fencing skills.

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As revealed in the trailer and during the Star Trek Universe panel, the series will debut on Jan. 23, 2020.

Star Trek: Picard stars Patrick Stewart, Alison Pill, Michelle Hurd, Evan Evagora, Isa Briones, Santiago Cabrera and Harry Treadaway. It will debut Jan . 23, 2020 on CBS All Access.

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