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‘Picard’ Burning Questions: That Ending Explained, and Everything You Need to Know to Catch Up

[Editor’s Note: The following article contains many spoilers for the first episode of CBS All Access’ new series, “Star Trek: Picard.” If you read further without having seen the show, resistance is futile.]It’s been a little over 17 years since we last saw Jean-Luc Picard in action, in “

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‘Star Trek: Picard’ Cast Discuss Highly-Anticipated CBS All Access Series

The long wait for CBS All Access’ “Star Trek: Picard” is nearly over. The latest addition to the legendary sci-fi franchise will premiere on CBS All Access on January 23, and its cast and executive producers closed out the network’s Television Critics Association 2020 Winter Press Tour on Sunday with a panel to discuss the […]

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‘Silence of the Lambs’ Sequel Series ‘Clarice’ Set for CBS

CBS has given a series order to “Clarice,” a drama that will follow FBI agent Clarice Starling a year after the events of “The Silence of the Lambs,” where her character originated in the literary saga by Thomas Harris.As reported by Variety, the series will hail from executive producers and writers Alex Kurtzman (a writer […]

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How ‘Logan’ Inspired Patrick Stewart to Come Back for ‘Star Trek: Picard’

It all came as a surprise when Patrick Stewart announced last year that he would be reprising his role as the beloved Captain Jean-Luc Picard, a role he began playing three decades ago in Star Trek: The Next Generation. The last time Star Trek fans saw the noble captain was in the 2002 feature film […]

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‘Star Trek: Picard’ Trailer: Jean-Luc Reunites With Old Friends In The Brand New Nycc Trailer

In hindsight, the best thing to ever happen to ‘Star Trek‘ was its unaired pilot. ‘The Cage,’ which introduced us to Christopher Pike, set a precedent for the ‘Star Trek’ universe that has never been broken. Characters can (and do) cross over between series and timelines, but always as a way of showing the evolving […]

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