Patrick Stewart Has A New Dog In Star Trek: Picard's New Poster!

Star Trek Picard

A sequel to The Next Generation, the series features Sir Patrick Stewart reprising his iconic role as Jean-Luc Picard, which he played for seven seasons on "Star Trek: Next Generation". And for those heavily anticipating Star Trek: Picard, the new series which brings Patrick Stewart back as an older, wiser, wine-ier Jean-Luc Picard, we have an exciting new image - a poster, which gives our best look yet at the returning captain. Picard and his dog are on what appears to be a hill above the Picard vineyard. The new show will follow the iconic character in this next chapter of his life, which fans caught a glimpse of in the teaser trailer that was released in May.

Even though not explicitly mentioned, this might also be the place we get to learn more about the Section 31 series.

The poster reveals that Picard is retired at his family's French vineyard. If they kill the dog, this will be the worst Star Trek.

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Check out the Star Trek: Picard poster below.

Perhaps more will come when Picard travels to San Diego Comic-Con as part of the Star Trek panel scheduled for Hall H, which will show what Chabon, Stewart and business are doing. Besides Stewart himself attending the panel, we'll also have appearances from his co-stars Allison Pill, Michelle Hurd, Evan Evagora, Harry Treadaway, Isa Briones, and Santiago Cabrera.

In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Alex Kurtzman - who co-wrote the "Star Trek" reboot and oversees development of the series - said "Picard" will pick up after the "dissolution of the Romulan Empire".

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