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Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Episode Titles & Details

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We’re just ONE WEEK away from Star Trek: Picard Season 3. Therefore, things are getting serious. The world premiere event is taking place in Los Angeles on February 9th. However, we’ve got an idea of what awaits us in the upcoming season 3. Let’s explore the Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Episode Titles and the details surrounding them. However, with a review embargo dropping tomorrow, we’re bound to get even more news for the third and final season.

Season 3 of Star Trek: Picard will consist of 10 episodes. Therefore, we’ve got a lot of action coming up for Admiral Picard (Sir Patrick Stewart) and his crew. The series premieres via Paramount+ on February 16th 2023. However, International viewers can also watch via Amazon Prime Video. See the end of this article for details. It’s worth noting that the first four episodes are the first arc. Following that, episode 5 starts the next arc.

Let’s explore the episode titles and details for Star Trek: Picard Season 3!

If you’re not a fan of spoilers, you may not want to read further!

Banner Artwork for Star Trek: Picard Season 3 (Via Trek Central x Paramount+)

Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Episode One

We dive into the Picard Season 3 Episode Titles with episode one. The debut episode of season 3 is titled “The Next Generation”. It’s written by Showrunner Terry Matalas and directed by Doug Aarnioksoki. Doug has directed three episodes of Star Trek: Picard before this one. Therefore, with his track record of episode quality, we’re looking forward to what he brings to the table.

After receiving a cryptic, urgent distress call from Dr. Beverly Crusher, Admiral Jean-Luc Picard enlists help from generations old and new to embark on one final adventure: a daring mission that will change Starfleet, and his old crew forever.

Episode Synopsis – Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Episode One – “The Next Generation”
Jonathan Frakes as Captain William T. Riker and Sir Patrick Stewart as Admiral Jean-Luc Picard (Via Paramont+)

Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Episode Two

Titled “Disengage”, this episode is also directed by Doug Aarnioksoki. However, returning writer Christopher Monfette collaborates, and Sean Tretta team up for this. Based on the episode synopsis, we’re getting thrown straight into the action. However, there is also a personal revelation or Jean-Luc. Additionally, it’s made out that this episode will see the introduction of Amanda Plummer’s “Captain Vadic”.

Aided by Seven of Nine and the crew of the U.S.S. Titan, Picard makes a shocking discovery that will alter his life forever – and puts him on a collision course with the most cunning enemy he’s ever encountered. Meanwhile, Raffi races to track a catastrophic weapon – and collides with a familiar ally.

Episode Synopsis – Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Episode Two – “Disengage”
Amanda Plummer as Captain Vadic in Star Trek: Picard Season 3 (Via Paramount+)

Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Episode Three

The third episode of the Picard Season 3 Episode Titles interests me. Titled “Seventeen Seconds”, it somewhat reminds me of the Battlestar Galactic episode titled “38 Minutes”. Jane Maggs and Cindy Appel write this installment. However, Trek Legend Jonathan Frakes returns to the director’s chair for Star Trek: Picard. Additionally, this episode’s synopsis teases a mystery. Who is the “vengeful” enemy that Starfleet has forgotten?

Picard grapples with an explosive, life-altering revelation, while the Titan and her crew try to outmaneuver a relentless Vadic in a lethal game of nautical cat and mouse. Meanwhile, Raffi and Worf uncover a nefarious plot from a vengeful enemy Starfleet has long since forgotten.

Episode Synopsis – Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Episode three – “Seventeen Seconds”
Michael Dorn as Captain Worf in Star Trek: Picard Season 3! (Via Paramount+)

Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Episode Four

Looking at the Picard Season 3 Episode Titles, episode four is familiar. The title “No Win Scenario” will be known if you’ve watched enough Star Trek. However, what does this mean for Picard and his crew? The episode synopsis refers to “sins of their past” when talking about Jean-Luc and Riker. Therefore, might we be expecting a flashback? Or maybe an event from “those old days”. Episode four is directed by Jonathan Frakes and written by Terry Matalas and Sean Tretta.

With time running out, Picard, Riker and crew must confront the sins of their past and heal fresh wounds, while the Titan, dead in the water, drifts helplessly toward certain destruction within a mysterious space anomaly.

Episode Synopsis – Star Trek: Picard Season 3 Episode Four – “No Win Scenario”
Jeri Ryan as Commander Seven of Nine, Todd Stashwick as Captain Liam Shaw and Sir Patrick Stewart as Admiral Picard (Via Trek Central x Paramount+)

Full Steam To Season 3

While we wait for more Picard Season 3 Episode titles and details, we know this: Dan Liu directs the upcoming episodes five and six. Episode five, titled “Imposters”, is written by Cindel Appel. However, the sixth episode, titled “Bounty”, is written by Christopher Monfette. Therefore, it looks like we’ve got an exciting Star Trek: Picard Season 3 ahead of ourselves. Additionally, Picard’s world premiere event took place in LA Thursday night. Therefore, we will learn more about the season over the next few days as reviews drop.

Star Trek: Picard Season 3 will debut on February 16, 2023, on Paramount+ in the United States and on CTV Sci-Fi Channel and Crave in Canada. However, the series will be available on Amazon’s Prime Video service for most international locations in the following days. For coverage of Star Trek: Picard Season 3, make sure to follow Trek Central!


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