Star Trek: Picard is an American series by Kirsten Beyer, Akiva Goldsman, Michael Chabon and Alex Kurtzman . Star trek franchise is having this as its eighth edition and its main focus is on the character Jean-Luc Picard.
Patrick Stewart is an executive producer of the series and stars as Picard, reprising his role from Star Trek: The Next Generation as well as other Star Trek media..Santiago Cabrera, Michelle Hurd, Evan Evagora, Alison Pill ,Harry Treadaway, and Isa Briones also starring, Several actors from previous Star Trek series also reprise their roles, including Brent Spiner, Jeri Ryan, Marina Sirtis, and Jonathan Frakes.
Its release date is still not confirmed as it can be delayed like all other web series due to COVID-19
As It Was Previously Predicted That Season 2 Will Come so the Fans Made Some Theories About What Can Happen in Its Upcoming Seasons,
Here Are Top 3 Fan Theories of Star Trek Picard Season 2
1) Still Could: Romulans Created the Borg
From the moment fans saw Romulans experimenting on Borg in an abandoned Borg cube, they began theorizing that Romulans had more in common with the Borg than simply being a fellow race of beings given a wide berth by the Federation. The Romulans could very well have been behind the Borgs’ creation thousands of years prior.
While it’s true, their hatred for synthetic life seemed to hinge on the fact that they resembled figures in their myth of Romulan Armageddon, the fact that the Borg might have been a failed cybernetic experiment in a Romulan attempt to make synthetic life thousands of years prior, could mean that Romulans were secretly responsible for their origin
2) Came True: Picard Becomes a Synth
Prior to the series finale, it was revealed that Dr. Alton Soong had managed to create a “golem”, a version of the flesh and blood synthetics he had developed with Dr. Maddox, with the possibility of putting a cloned human consciousness inside of it. When the golem was revealed, fans had a laundry list of possible candidates whose consciousness would be mapped.
In the end, it turned out that it would be Jean-Luc Picard whose consciousness would need to be transferred, his Irumodic Syndrome having degraded his neurological activity to such an extent that he would die otherwise. His being reborn as a synth was a beautiful and poetic framework given the parameters of the season finale narrative.
3) Still Could: Picard Dies and Gets a Ship Named After Him
Almost every new Star Trek series has been named after the ship featured in its adventures, from Star Trek: Voyager to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and even the latest contribution, Star Trek: Discovery, has introduced an incredible starship powered by a “spore drive”. And while it’s not recognized by Starfleet, Captain Rios’s La Sirena is the latest ship to be featured by Picard.
The bottom-line is the most awaited web series is soon going to hit the internet, so be ready to witness it and get ready as the Picard says “ Seize The Time”.