SDCC 2019: New trailer for Star Trek: Picard arrives

Picard's dog's name in 'Star Trek' spinoff is confirmed and it's perfect

Picard's dog's name in 'Star Trek' spinoff is confirmed and it's perfect

Plus! Get ready to enjoy more Star Trek: Short Treks, including one episode that will act as a teaser for Star Trek: Picard, providing backstory on what happened to the eponymous character in the 15 years since he left Starfleet.

The other big announcement from the panel is that Nightflyers actor David Ajala is joining the cast of Star Trek: Discovery.

He's not alone though, to the surprise of us all: Star Trek: Picard sees Jean-Luc recruit returning faces from Voyager and The Next Generation: Seven of Nine, Data, and Hugh the Borg from the TNG season five episode "I, Borg", with Jeri Ryan, Brent Spiner, and Jonathan Del Arco all reprising their roles.

During the Discovery session, Kurtzman also announced that there will be more Short Treks - shorter (as the name implies) stories in the Star Trek world. Secret Hideout's Kurtzman and Kadin and Roddenberry Entertainment's Rod Roddenberry and Trevor Roth and Katie Krentz will serve as executive producers alongside creator McMahan. It's a bold move that now completely removes it from the canon of the original universe and takes place much farther into the future than any series in the Star Trek franchise. From what has been teased, it sounds like fans will be getting more ahead of Season 3.

Jack Quaid has joined the voice cast of the upcoming animated series "Star Trek: Lower Decks" at CBS All Access, Variety has learned exclusively.

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"And Patrick was really clear with us from the beginning". The panel conversation will be followed by a trailer exclusive for Comic-Con and imagery from the show.

The audience was very happy to have Stewart there as well, and were ecstatic when Stewart introduced a new, incredible trailer, which started out with Jean-Luc on a vineyard-filled planet trying to put his past behind him when a young woman comes to him, looking for safety. Damn good. The highly anticipated CBS All Access series brings Patrick Stewart back as the beloved Captain Jean-Luc Picard for the first time in 17 years, since his last appearance as the character in the feature film Star Trek: Nemesis.

Showrunner Michael Chabon also told EW that Picard and Stewart's age acts as an asset to the show. It will also feature costumes and other props from the new series.

It's a very interesting time to be a Star Trek fan.

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