As you know by now, CBS All Access is the exclusive streaming service from the popular network and has so far given us series such as “Star Trek: Discovery” and “The Twilight Zone” and now we’ve come to the day where the latest premiere is happening with “Star Trek: Picard”. I’ve discussed this series on the website already so click HERE in case you are not up to date on the trailers and glimpses into what is in store for the Trekkies who are subscribing. Below the poster you will find a basic premise and some casting. Enjoy.
I’ve been keeping up with the upcoming CBS All Access series “Star Trek: Picard” from the time when we got the first trailer so many months ago and now that we are just about two weeks out from the shows premiere on that streaming service, I figured it might be fun to share a number of the promotional posters that I found online via the IMDB website. Before we begin, please make sure you caught the trailer by clicking HERE and then we can continue along. I will begin with what amounted to the first teaser poster and then continue along before closing up with the Official Main poster for the show. Let’s go.
It’s been a few months since the first clip from “Star Trek: Picard” came our way thanks to the SDCC 2019 reveals and now with New York Comic Con on its third day, I am happy to offer up another clip for this series which will be an exclusive to the CBS All Access streaming service. I always liked the character of Picard and actor Patrick Stewart so let’s check out this new clip down below. I will return with some closing editorial after you enjoy the clip, premise, casting and poster. “Engage”…
As you’ve likely determined, the reveals from the SDCC 2019 event have been keeping me busy with our Pop Culture side of the fence and since there was so much, I venture to guess that I will be posting a lot more content in the days that follow it. Yesterday, CBS All Access delivered the first full trailer for the 2020 airing “Star Trek: Picard” series. As you know, this is the exclusive streaming service from the popular network and has so far given us series such as “Star Trek: Discovery” and “The Twilight Zone”. Now let’s watch yon trailer, review the premise and casting before I add in any additional editorial notions.