"I wanted a dog because I have, only in the last four years, renewed my acquaintance with dogs. I had a dog, a border collie, when I was little and nothing since then."
"Star Trek: Picard" Episode 10 saw a shocking death that will change the CBS All Access show forever and could make for a very different Season 2.
'Star Trek: Picard' may be coming to an end on CBS All Access, but there is some good news about Season 2 for fans of the Patrick Stewart show.
"Star Trek: Picard" featured a number of familiar faces from "The Next Generation" in its cast, but there are some signs they will be joined by even more "TNG" characters in Season 2.
"Star Trek: Picard" Episode 8 went deep into the mythology of the Zhat Vash and how their campaign to eliminate all synthetic life started with the discovery of the Admonition.
Underwear was a key element in the winning question during the 'Star Trek' trivia game between Sir Patrick Stewart and former presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg as Buttigieg filled in for Jimmy Kimmel on his late-night ABC show.
Would Jean-Luc Picard hop in bed with a Borg or survive a Klingon mating ritual? We now have the answer.
'Picard' Episode 7 saw Kestra Troi-Riker mention a Captain Crandall who helped her identify Soji's planet and who could be an important character in the final few episodes of the CBS show.
The first episode of 'Star Trek: Picard,' titled 'Remembrance,' is streaming online for free, but only for a limited time.
The movie may include cameos from familiar faces, but its main cast is mostly entirely new characters here to help Jean-Luc Picard on one last mission.
"Star Trek: Picard" not only sees Sir Patrick Stewart return, but also a number of "The Next Generation" cast members (as well as a "Voyager" fan favorite).
"Star Trek: Picard" has a timeline that unites the "Star Trek" TV series and the recent movies, as well as taking the CBS franchise into a new century.
"Star Trek: Picard" will be released on January 23, with new episodes available to stream and download weekly on CBS All Access and Amazon Prime Video.
"Star Trek: Picard" starts this week on CBS All Access and Amazon Prime Video. It will continue the adventures of the beloved Patrick Stewart character.
The United Federation of Planets is more isolationist and less trustworthy in this series, which is set nearly 30 years after the events of "Star Trek: The Next Generation."
The first teaser trailer for the upcoming "Picard" series references three different "Star Trek: The Next Generation" episodes.
A new series about Jean-Luc Picard has assembled a very "Star Trek: Discovery" creative team.
A new Captain Jean-Luc Picard series starring Patrick Stewart will jump 20 years into the future of the 'Star Trek' timeline.
Patrick Stewart is rumored to return as Captain Picard in a new "Star Trek" series. Here are some events in his life, after "Star Trek: Nemesis," the series could explore.