Jonathan Frakes brings up the conflict between Jean-Luc and Riker in Picard Season 3

Paramount+ is gearing up for the premiere of its third and final season of its most notable Star Trek series, Star Trek: Picard. The series will try to wrap up the story they’re starting to tell about Jean-Luc Picard and it looks really good. While we don’t know if the series will lead to a spin-off, the showrunner revealed that he’s looking at the third season as a continuation Star Trek: The Next Generation. During the same interview with den geekactor Jonathan Frakes brought up the conflict between Riker and Picard during the events of the third season.

“It really gets the next generation,” Frakes revealed of the showrunners’ writing in the third season. “Without blowing a lot of smoke up Terry’s ass, he’s a great writer. And the stuff he gives me is exciting. I know Gates felt the same way, and I think Levar did.” [Burton] It was done too. Terry wrote Riker in Conflict with Picard, which I thought was very exciting.”

“Roddenberry was, for some reason, against conflict. It was an odd question in the day, but he wanted everyone to get along. Not so much with Terry. He really stirred the pot. Conflict, which, as we know, is an absolute necessity in drama.” Star Trek: Picard actor added.

while the Star Trek: Picard The season 3 trailer released at New York Comic Con described the story as their “final mission,” and the crew seemed to disagree on that account. When a fan asked the crew if this was really their last ride, McFadden responded by saying she was glad it lasted “forever.” Frakes remarked that they were “not dead yet”, with Sirtis sarcastically saying that they were “just old”.

Stewart said, “I know there are some Paramount + People here as well as from Paramount Pictures, we can still make a movie. This followed his comments at San Diego Comic-Con when he responded to a fan with a resounding “yes” when asked if he’d like to make another movie. Star Trek: The Next Generation Movie.

Star Trek lead producer Alex Kurtzman, who may have been trying to keep the excitement from spiraling out of control without making any firm plans, replied, “I think season three in some ways is just that. But of course, I mean, look, if you guys love it, let’s We’ll see what happens.”

Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Former showrunner Terry Matalas expressed his excitement at the reunion Star Trek: The Next Generation crew. “I remember watching a movie premiere Star Trek: The Next Generation Almost 34 years ago with my dad as it was yesterday. It was the spark that ignited my love of science fiction, Matalas said in a press release. So, it is more appropriate that Jean-Luc Picard’s story end with a tribute to the beginning, with his dearest and most loyal friends from the USS Enterprise… It would be an understatement to say that giving these characters a fitting send-off is an honor. All Star Trek: Picard My team and I can’t wait for fans to experience this final high-stakes ship-bound adventure in Season 3! “

The first two seasons of Star Trek: Picardalong with all seven seasons Star Trek: The Next Generationnow streaming on Paramount+. Star Trek: Picard Season 3 will premiere February 16th on Paramouint+.

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