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Jean-Luc Picard, former captain of the starship U.S.S. Enterprise, is pulled out of forced retirement and the next chapter of his life, to help a young woman who is pursued by assassins.
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Spock Is Back As "Star Trek: Strange New Worlds" Gets CBS All Access Series Order; Rebecca Romijn & Anson Mount Co-Star

In its ever-expanding goal to be Star Trek all year round, CBS All Access has picked up the Spock, Captain Pike and Number One starrer Star Trek: Strange New Worlds to series. With a title lifted in part from James T. Kirk’s beloved introduction to the original series, the third full live-action show in the Alex Kurtzman-pioneered Trekverse after Star Trek: Discovery and Star Trek: Picard will feature&nb... more Comments

'Silence of the Lambs' Sequel Series Is Officially a Go at CBS

Fans of Silence of the Lambs are going to be well fed this TV season. CBS has officially picked up Clarice, a sequel series to the 1991 film. The show is currently set to debut during the 2020-2021 TV season. The new series stars Rebecca Breeds (The Originals, Pretty Little Liars) as Clarice Starling, famously por... more Comments

'Star Trek: Picard' Star Patrick Stewart Announces Free Month of CBS All Access

Engage(d audience)! Actor Patrick Stewart announced on Tuesday that, starting immediately, CBS All Access is offering a month free subscription to anyone in the U.S. through April 23. The announcement comes just as tens of millions of Americans are finding themselves sequestered at home during the COVID-19 pandemic — and just as Stewart’s CBS All Access series “Star Trek: Picard... more Comments

Star Trek: Picard: Jean-Luc Reunites With Old Friends Riker and Troi

This week’s Star Trek: Picard was a lovely stroll down memory lane for Next Generation fans, as Jean-Luc sought the counsel and companionship of his old Enterprise pals Will Riker and Deanna Troi. After Jean-Luc and Soji zap through that transporter portal thingie on the Borg cube, they find themselves on the idyllic planet of Nepenthe, where they’re quickly greeted by a young girl pointing a bow and arrow at them. Jean-Luc ad... more Comments

'Star Trek: Picard' Review: Episode 4 Proves Resistance to This Series Was Always Futile

Stand down from red alert! “Star Trek: Picard” seems to have course corrected from its lackluster first three episodes in the engaging adventure that is “Absolute Candor.” At last, this show is no longer just a talky chamber drama with characters doing little more than speaking to each other while sitting in chairs of various comfort levels. Intriguingly, each of the previous three episodes had multiple credited writers, while this one only had one: showrunner Mi... more Comments

What on Flash's Map Surprised You? How Long Can Grey's Doc Phone It In? Is H50 Cop a Killer? And More Qs

We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including The Flash, Criminal Minds, Good Trouble and Star Trek: Picard! 1 |... more Comments

'Star Trek: Picard' Review: Episode 3, After a Sluggish Start, Is Finally 'The End of the Beginning'

We are earthbound no more! Well, by the end this third episode of “Star Trek: Picard,” anyway. But throughout much of it, especially once Santiago Cabrera’s compelling new character, Rios, was introduced, it felt like this show was finally about to achieve warp velocity. And at the end, when Jean-Luc uttered his immortal catchphrase “Engage,” it felt like “Picard” had done just that. There were still a few bumps in the road getting there, though. ... more Comments

'Star Trek: Picard' Review: Episode 2 Suggests the Unfortunate Future of 'All Good Things...' May Yet Happen

When is “Star Trek: Picard” going to start? Yes, we’re two episodes into the new CBS All Access series, but most of what’s unfolded so far feels like elaborate table setting for adventures to come. The question is, how much longer is this table setting going to last? Episode 2, titled “Maps and Legends,” is merely a continuation of the premiere installment. It’s a serialized show, of course, so that’s to be expected. But together... more Comments

Star Trek: Picard's Patrick Stewart Reveals the Inside Joke He Slipped Into the Series Premiere: 'I Wrote That!'

Say it ain’t so, Jean-Luc! Patrick Stewart made his triumphant return as former Enterprise captain Jean-Luc Picard on CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Picard this week, and Thursday’s series premiere included a nod to Next Generation fans… with a sly twist. At home on his French vineyard, Jean-Luc approached the replicator, and we expected to hear him order his usual beverage of choice: “Tea, Earl Grey, hot.&rdquo... more Comments

Star Trek: Picard EPs Shed Light on the Series Premiere's Wtf Final Scene

Whoa… is that we think it is, Star Trek fans? Thursday’s Star Trek: Picard premiere ended on a mystifying note, taking us to a Romulan reclamation site in space, where we met Dahj’s twin sister Soji (also played by Isa Briones). After she and a Romulan named Narek had a little introductory chit-chat, the camera zoomed out to reveal they were standing on… a giant Borg cube! What is going on here?! And we have to wait until next week... more Comments

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