Star Trek: Picard Season 3’s hero ship is not a new version of the USS Project, although at least one version of the Starfleet flagship appears in the show. Instead, most of the season’s action takes place aboard or around the USS Titan-A, a new ship named after William Riker’s first command. Star Trek: Picard Season 3 also features a different composer, with Stephen Barton replacing Jeff Russo and providing a more traditional Star Trek voice. Star Trek: Picard Season 3 showrunner Terry Matalas showed fans a preview of Parton’s theme Titan-A launch clip on Instagram. You can listen below.
Matalas previously spoke about why he brought in Barton for Picard’s final season. “If we were to say this is the last Star Trek: The Next Generation movie or 10 of another Star Trek: The Next Generation “Because all the rings are so different, so they should look like this, too,” Matalas said. den geek. And that required Stephen Barton. Then, later in the season, the score became so massive as the story grew that we had to get some help from Frederick Weidmann, also a brilliant composer. I grew up with legends. [like] Jerry Goldsmith and James Horner. Not to mention Dennis McCarthy and Cliff Edelman. All these Trek composers have gestures.”
Matalas previously also discussed an entry Titan– as a new ship in Picard’s final season. “that it Titan“Yes,” Matalas confirmed Trick Movie After the ship first appeared in Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Trailer. “You’ll see in the season, that we in the observation room pay homage to the previous season Titanthat came before. You will see a golden form of Luna USS class Titan As seen in lower floorsDesigned by Sean Turango. We also see an earlier incarnation from the TOS movie era. We’ll see that there was a file Titan That was a bit of a constitution The original class as well Shangri-La Class [designed by Bill Krause]. So, the idea was that after running the Luna class legacy with Riker, that ship was damaged and retired. Some systems have been refurbished and placed in this new facility Titanthe Titan-a.”
Star Trek: Picard Season 3, final season, premiere begins Paramount + On the 16th of February. The first two seasons of the series are now streaming on Paramount+.