The latest teaser for Star Trek: Picard season 2 is noticeably missing some robots

The latest teaser for Star Trek: Picard season 2 is noticeably missing some robots

The latest teaser for Star Trek: Picard’s second season has arrived, giving an precise take a look at the upcoming collection (as an alternative of some lengthy photographs inside Picard’s home as Patrick Stewart pontificates on the character of time, as seen in the first “teaser.”) And whereas the brand new trailer — launched in honor of “Captain Picard Day” — does give a glimpse of what seems to be just like the time-traveling shenanigans the previous Starfleet captain and his new crew might be as much as when the present returns in 2022, one thing is missing.


The place are the robots? The first season of Picard handled the Federation debating whether or not synthetic life and androids ought to exist, culminating with Picard himself getting his organic physique changed with a cybernetic alternative. However there’s no signal that Picard might be transferring ahead with the ramifications of that change within the upcoming season from the brand new trailer. Admittedly, that’s one thing that the present all however acknowledged was the intent when it famous that Picard’s new physique could be just about the identical as his outdated one, minus the mind defect that was threatening his life, making his complete “dying” a little bit of a cop-out.

However any emphasis on the newly cybernetic Picard isn’t the one unusual absence within the trailer: Seven of 9 (Jeri Ryan) additionally seems within the trailer sans her Borg augmentations, which — when coupled with the unusual Starfleet badges and the ominous voiceover that “Time has been damaged” — signifies that somebody* has most likely been mucking round with time journey.

(*it’s most likely Q. It’s a Picard-centric present with wacky timeline stuff, John de Lancie is featured within the trailer as returning to play the all-powerful trickster, so… yeah. Blame Q.)

We’ll have a little bit of a wait to seek out out, although, on condition that Star Trek: Picard’s second season isn’t scheduled to launch till 2022 on Paramount Plus.

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