HomeNewsStar Trek Picard Season 3 Trailer Reveals A New Enterprise!

Star Trek Picard Season 3 Trailer Reveals A New Enterprise!


Finally, we’ve got more Picard content! The new Star Trek Picard Season 3 Trailer Reveals A New Enterprise! Yes, the Odyssey-class USS Enterprise-F is now canon. Originally featured in a video game. However, we’ve also got reveals of the new season villain—additionally, glimpses at the legacy characters of Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Saturday, the 8th of October, saw the Star Trek Universe beam down to New York Comic Con. Paramount+ debuted a new trailer for the third and final season. The big reveal is Picard and crew taking on the new villain, played by Amanda Plummer. She’s called “Vadic” and commands the warship “Shrike”. However, we’ve also got two returning villains.

Brent Spiner reprises his role as “Lore”. This was the brother of Spiner’s “Data” character, who was present in season one. Additionally, season 3 of Picard sees the return of Professor James Moriarty. Original actor, Daniel Davies, reprises the role from The Next Generation. It would seem Jean-Luc Picard has three villains to face.

Star Trek’s Legends!

While yes, Star Trek Picard Season 3 Trailer Reveals A New Enterprise. The big surprise is who is returning. We’ve got Sir Patrick Stewart joining Jonathan Frakes, who plays Captain William T. Riker. Meanwhile, LeVar Burton’s Geordi La Forge, Michael Dorn’s now-pacifistic Worf, Jonathan Frakes’ William T. Riker, Gates McFadden’s Dr Beverly Crusher, Marina Sirtis’ Deanna Troi and Brent Spiner as Lore.

LeVar Burton’s daughter, Mica Burton, will join the cast. She’ll be playing Ensign Alandra La Forge, helmsman of the USS Titan-A. However, actress Ashlei Sharpe Chesnut will also play La Forge’s other daughter, Ensign Sidney La Forge. We’ve also got Daniel Davis, reprising his role as Professor Moriarty. Originally seen in Star Trek: The Next Generation.

We can’t forget both Jeri Ryan and Michelle Hurd. Both actresses return following Star Trek: Picard Season 2, which did see the departure of most of the cast. Sir Patrick Stewart has called the upcoming season “unexpected and questionable”. However, he was “thrilled about that because it leaves a question mark hanging over Picard’s head.”

The NEW Enterprise!

You might have heard our Editor in Chief scream out of excitement. Yes, the Odyssey-class USS Enterprise-F is now canon in Star Trek. Spotted in the Picard Season 3 trailer is the Enterprise-F cruising along. Perhaps suggesting that Picard’s Enterprise-E has met its fate somewhere in the Star Trek Universe. However, this isn’t the first time we’ve seen the Odyssey class!

It is the lead ship in the MMO video-game Star Trek Online. Players can command their Odyssey-class in-game. However, the story content can see players team up with the Enterprise-F and her captain. Previously Sir Patrick Stewart did hint we’d see multiple Enterprises in Picard. Combined with comments by Showrunner Terry Matalas, it was expected we’d either see the Enterprise-E or F.

The USS Enterprise-F in Star Trek: Picard Season 3 NYCC Trailer (Via Paramount+)

The Final Voyage

While we’re bussing that the Star Trek Picard Season 3 Trailer Reveals A New Enterprise, it’s almost the end of the line. Star Trek: Picard Season 3 airs February 16th 2023, on Paramount+. You can stream the first TWO seasons right now. Season 3 will consist of 10 episodes and be the end of the line for the Picard series.

More from Trek Central

? – EXCLUSIVE: Todd Stashwick Will Appear In Star Trek: Picard!

? – Star Trek NEEDS To Learn From Star Wars!

? – Star Trek: Picard Stargazer Issue #1 Review

Join the Star Trek conversation via our social media platforms:

Jack Trestrail
Jack Trestrailhttps://trekcentral.net
The Captain of the ship! Jack leads Trek Central as the Director and Editor in Chief. When not seeking ways to insert “Faith of The Heart” into everything and anything, you’ll find him enjoying a cup of Earl Grey, just like Jean-Luc himself!

more star trek 🖖

REVIEW – Star Trek: Shaxs Best Day

The Day of Blood crossover story may be over, but we're not quite done with the story just yet! Out now from IDW Publishing...

REVIEW – Star Trek Issue #12

The Day of Blood concludes epically in Star Trek Issue #12. The plot threads established over a year ago when this series first premiered...

REVIEW – Lower Decks “Something Borrowed, Something Green”

Another Thursday, another episode of Star Trek. It's been one of those great traditions this year, now in the middle of the third series....

the latest 🚀

Reviews 🖖