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Star Trek: Picard Once Again Confirms That the First Two Seasons of Any Star Trek Show Aren’t That Good!


Season 3 of the American television series Star Trek: Picard follows Jean-Luc Picard as he confronts a strange new opponent while reuniting with the old command crew of the Starship Enterprise in the 25th century.

Terry Matalas serves as the showrunner for the season, which is produced by CBS Studios, Hidden Hideout, Weed Road Productions, and Roddenberry Entertainment.

Starring alongside Jeri Ryan, Michelle Hurd, and Ed Speleers is Patrick Stewart, who returns as Picard from the Star Trek: The Next Generation television series and other Star Trek media. Star Trek veterans such as Jonathan Frakes (Riker), Gates McFadden (Crusher), LeVar Burton (La Forge), Michael Dorn (Worf), Marina Sirtis (Troi), and Brent Spiner (Q) appear as guests this season (the android Lore).

Informal approval for a third season of Picard had been given by January 2020, allowing production to begin simultaneously with that of the second season.

Production on the second season kicked off in California in February of 2021 and continued through the summer until the full switchover to filming the third season in September.

Is Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Better Than Seasons 1 and 2?

Well, there is a different factors to judge a show, such as a review, rating, storyline, and much more. If we talk about the IMDB rating of the show, it is outstanding as compared to the previous season.

I haven’t seen them yet, but I was referring to the way the first two seasons of every Star Trek series (TNG, DS9, and VOY) are like filler before the meat and potatoes.

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Many Fans are discussing this topic on Reddit whether the first two seasons are good or the third season is better. One of the fans says:

I’m in the middle of a DS9 rewatch and I’ve liked all of it (even move along home) but I feel it getting better, and I know once it grows the beard it’ll be so good. Voyager had like two waves. It started off with the Doc wave, and then right when things got tired Seven showed up, and they amplified each other and the show was good again.

It’s like pizza without the toppings to watch Star Trek: Picard without Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard.

Like a pizza with a doughy base that needs cheese, tomato, and anything but pineapple to become wonderful, Picard needs colorful and lively supporting cast members to make the most of his potential.

The first season of Star Trek: Picard has too much filler and not enough toppings. But in season 3 he is the main lead and heart of the show.

Star Trek Picard Season 3 Episode 4 was released on 9 March and Fans are eagerly waiting for episode 5. This season has also much more viewership as compared to the other season. Hope You get the answer of all your queries.

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