Star Trek: Picard nails the landing with a beautiful send-off for the Star Trek: TNG cast in the series finale episode, “The Last Generation.” Spoilers will follow for Star Trek: Picard. There is a mid-credit scene. I admit to being late to watching anything Star Trek. But regardless, I still recognize the big moments on the series. Take the end of last week’s episode. When one sees Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) and company walking onto…"Star Trek: Picard – The Last Generation Nails The Landing"
Star Trek: Picard makes its return for the third and final season and reunites the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation in doing so. Engage! Paramount+ sent six episodes to watch ahead of the final season premiere. Going off of the trailer, I can say that there are sequences that are taking place during the final episodes. That’s not to say anything specific in terms of plot but my G-d, it’s so much fun…"Star Trek: Picard – Season 3 Is Cinematic In Every Way"
Star Trek: Picard sees the Starfleet veteran travel back in time to 2024 in order to prevent a divergence in the timeline and save the future. Season 2 of Picard pulls out all the stops with no shortages of actors reprising their roles. The first season brought back a few of the Enterprise crew as we saw what Picard was up to. This time around, he’s the chancellor of the Starfleet Academy as the season…"Star Trek: Picard – Season 2"
With its mix of comedy and drama, Being Frank (formerly You Can Choose Your Family) delivers the goods in filmmaker Miranda Bailey’s narrative feature directorial debut. Frank Hansen (Jim Gaffigan) is a awful human. He’s perhaps the worst human of the world even if he isn’t willing to admit it. Frank’s problem is that he has two sets of everything but nothing is more secretive than his having two families. All his trips for work…"SXSW 2018: Being Frank (You Can Choose Your Family)"