"Why did you leave Starfleet Admiral?" - Star Trek: Picard had its first teaser

Update 2: The teaser was released officially last night. Check it out above!

Update: The teaser was removed while we were writing this article - it looks as though it was made available accidentally.

We've got a couple of grabs taken from the teaser while it was online. We're sure it will reappear very soon - the quality, even though it was on CBS All Access own account was poor so it almost certainly wasn't the final version.


Looks like a good vintage


Picard's vineyard has a high-tech watering system


The one shot we see of Patrick Stewart - at the end of the teaser.

CBS All Access have released the first teaser for Star Trek: Picard - the much anticipated return of Patrick Stewart's Jean-Luc Picard to television. There isn't much to go on just yet - a vineyard, hinting that Jean-Luc is following in his brother's footsteps and joining the family trade - and a reference to him leading the biggest rescue armada in history (presumably that which followed the destruction of Romulus referenced in the 2009 Star Trek film).

We get a brief glimpse of a non-Starfleet Picard and the question "Why did you leave Starfleet Admiral?". All of this plays into the comments of Akiva Goldsman who has already told us that this will be a more cerebral Star Trek series.

Star Trek: Picard is set to kick off broadcast in the UK and internationally via Amazon Prime Video in December 2019. US viewers will be able to view the series on CBS All Access.


Star Trek: Picard (2019–)
Dir: N/A | Cast: Patrick Stewart, Santiago Cabrera | Writer: N/A

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