Picard

2020
4.0
67 reviews
TV-MA
Rating
Eligible
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Season 1 episodes (10)

1 Remembrance
1/23/20
At the end of the 24th Century, and 14 years after his retirement from Starfleet, Jean-Luc Picard (Sir Patrick Stewart) is living a quiet life on his vineyard, Chateau Picard. When he is sought out by a mysterious young woman, Dahj (Isa Briones), in need of his help, he soon realizes she may have personal connections to his own past.
2 Maps and Legends
1/30/20
Picard begins investigating the mystery of Dahj as well as what her very existence means to the Federation. Without Starfleet's support, Picard is left leaning on others for help, including Dr. Agnes Jurati (Alison Pill) and an estranged former colleague, Raffi Musiker (Michelle Hurd). Meanwhile, hidden enemies are also interested in where Picard's search for the truth about Dahj will lead.
3 The End is the Beginning
2/6/20
Completely unaware of her special nature, Soji continues her work and captures the attention of the Borg cube research project's executive director. After rehashing past events with a reluctant Raffi, Picard seeks others willing to join his search for Bruce Maddox, including pilot and former Starfleet officer Crist„bal Rios (Santiago Cabrera)
4 Absolute Candor
2/13/20
The crew's journey to Freecloud takes a detour when Picard orders a stop at the planet Vashti, where Picard and Raffi relocated Romulan refugees 14 years earlier. Upon arrival, Picard reunites with Elnor (Evan Evagora), a young Romulan he befriended during the relocation. Meanwhile, Narek continues his attempts to learn more about Soji while Narissa's impatience with his lack of progress grows.
5 Stardust City Rag
2/20/20
The La Sirena crew begin an unpredictable and lively expedition on Freecloud to search for Bruce Maddox. When they learn Maddox has found himself in a precarious situation, a familiar face offers her assistance.
6 The Impossible Box
2/27/20
Picard and the crew track Soji to the Borg cube in Romulan space, resurfacing haunting memories for Picard. Meanwhile, Narek believes he finally found a way to safely exploit Soji for information.
7 Nepenthe
3/5/20
Picard and Soji transport to the planet Nepenthe, home to some old and trusted friends. As the rest of the La Sirena crew attempt to join them, Picard helps Soji make sense of her recently unlocked memories. Meanwhile, Hugh and Elnor are left on the Borg cube and must face an angered Narissa.
8 Broken Pieces
3/12/20
When devastating truths behind the Mars attack are revealed, Picard realizes just how far many will go to preserve secrets stretching back generations, all while the La Sirena crew grapples with secrets and revelations of their own. Narissa directs her guards to capture Elnor, setting off an unexpected chain of events on the Borg cube.
9 Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 1
3/19/20
Picard begins investigating the mystery of Dahj as well as what her very existence means to the Federation. Without Starfleet's support, Picard is left leaning on others for help, including Dr. Agnes Jurati (Alison Pill) and an estranged former colleague, Raffi Musiker (Michelle Hurd). Meanwhile, hidden enemies are also interested in where Picard's search for the truth about Dahj will lead.
10 Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 2
3/26/20
A final confrontation on the synthetics' homeworld, Coppelius, pits Picard and his team against the Romulans, as well as the synths who seek to safeguard their existence at all costs.

About this show

Follow-up series to Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) and Star Trek: Nemesis (2002) that centers on Jean-Luc Picard in the next chapter of his life.
4.0
67 reviews
Phillip Miceli
January 7, 2021
This show is a boldface lie. Its in no way Star Trek, nor is it Picard. its more Discovery garbage with a similarly incoherent and laughably Half-baked plot, cringingly bad writing, Empty vapid characters, and similar deconstruction of established characters from Trek's past. Another insulting joke from the empty void that is Alex Kurtzman's "creative" (and I use that term completely sarcastically) mind. if you have any connection to real Star Trek in the slightest, avoid this like the plague.
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Michael Feehan
March 14, 2021
It's great to see Patrick Stewart on a Star Trek set, again. The examination of Romulan culture was excellent, the concerns about AI seemed overblown to me until late in the season (Asimov was pretty clear about how we can come to terms with AI). The crew wasn't Star Fleet, but they were more complicated; humans living in difficult times on the fringes of society. I like the characters, they have a depth that I'd missed from the early days of Star Trek (which is about the same age I am). The show is an illustration of the growth of its audience and its creators.
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Shawn Nason
January 17, 2021
From the same nonsense political message perspective that gives us Star Trek Discovery, comes Picard, a weak, unintentionally hilarious storyline that seems to be from the same mindset that gave the world barbarella. A politically motivated robotic plot that has the protagonist on a weak hsauce journey through space to become a literal NPC. And we're supposed to think that robo-copy Picard is as legitimate as real Picard. What a sad end to a great character.
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