‘Star Trek Picard': Everything We Know About Patrick Stewart’s Return

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Patrick Stewart is boldly going back to where he’s gone before — just not in a very long time — when he reprises his role as “Star Trek: Next Generation” captain, Jean-Luc Picard in his upcoming CBS All Access series. The series has now released a trailer and revealed which former “Star Trek” cast members are joining Stewart — who was last seen as Picard in the 2002 film “Star Trek: Nemesis” — when it presented at Comic-Con earlier this month. With that in mind, TheWrap has rounded up everything that we know about CBS All Access’ second “Star Trek” series. Also Read: How Much 'Star Trek' Is Too Much? CBS All Access Boldly Tests Limits of Viewers' Fandom 1. It will premiere later than expected.We still don’t have a firm premiere date, but CBS All Access is now saying that “Star Trek: Picard” won’t debut until early next year. It was initially believed that the series would debut at the end of 2019, but that plan has apparently changed. 2. It will be the first “Star Trek” series to have a women direct its pilot or debut episode.Hanelle Culpepper, who directed a pair of episodes for “Star Trek: Discovery,”...