New Picard season 2 poster teases a character’s return from classic interstellar travel

Although his return was first teased in 2021, a new promotional poster for “Picard” Part 2, which premieres on Paramount+ in March, seems to cement John’s return De Lancie as Q symbol, an almost omnipotent being introduced in 1987 with the pilot episode “Star Trek: The Next Generation” “Encounter at Farpoint” (via Paramount + on Twitter). As an agent of chaos, Q has always been determined to prove that humanity isn’t nearly as noble as “Star Trek” implies, and in the new installment of “Picard” it looks like he’ll go even further. Time to give your opinion. The Twitter caption for the poster refers to that first episode as “Never ending experiment.”

The superficial plot of “Picard” Season 2, based on its promotional materials, appears to be Q’s creation of an alternate timeline in which Earth becomes a totalitarian hell at some point. in the 21st century, sending Picard and his new crew back in time to set things right. This kind of plot is the familiar foundation of “Star Trek”. Some of its most classic stories have dealt with time travel and branching timelines. inside Iconic “The Original Series” episode “The City on the Edge of Forever,” written by the late Harlan Ellison, Kirk (William Shatner) and Spock (Leonard Nimoy) are traveling back to New York City in 1930 and must make tough choices to preserve the historical process.

Picard himself has witnessed his ability to time travel reasonably, despite never facing an opponent as sinister as Q. For example, “Arrow of Time” two-category of “World” next generation” saw the crew travel to Earth in the 1980s to solve a time loop mystery. Fans are sure to be in their seats as they find out how he will emerge victorious in the new season of “Picard.” New Picard season 2 poster teases a character’s return from classic interstellar travel

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