John de Lancie‘s iconic Star Trek villain makes a welcome return in the enticing new trailer for Star Trek Picard Season 2
Warm up the Earl Grey and clean up the ready room because a new trailer for Star Trek Picard Season 2, just beamed in. It’s been a little over two months since the debut trailer revealed the return of John de Lancie as Q but until now, it’s been radio silence from Starfleet Command. But thankfully, the subspace channels are finally free of interference and the new trailer has delivered our first look at the second season; and the reunion between Picard and his longtime adversary.
However, not everything is as it seems. And Jean Luc quickly realizes that the galaxy has changed and his surroundings are unfamiliar. Until the unmistakable voice of an adversary; he hasn’t seen since the climax of “All Good Things” shakes him back to focus.
Feast your eyes on the trailer below. And prepare to enter an alternate reality where nothing is as it should be.
— Star Trek (@StarTrek) June 16, 2021
With the moniker “Time Is Broken” accompanying the series, it seems certain that time has fractured, and Q has returned to match wits with Jean Luc once more. However, Q is traditionally on hand to task Picard with an adventure. And judging by the trailer’s final moments, it’ll be up to the former Captain of the Enterprise to dave the day and rescue his friends from purgatory.
This all points to a spectacular second season. And with Seven Of Nine waking up in a world where she is free of her Borg implants and sporting a wedding ring; this season has set its stall out to change the face of Star Trek forever. And that is an exciting prospect.
And just when you thought the news couldn’t get any better, the studio has dropped a new poster for the series which you can see below.
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Star Trek Picard Season 2 will debut in 2022.
Source: Star Trek
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