Actually, the production of the second season of Star Trek: Picard should have started in June 2020, but was postponed to January 2021 and finally to the beginning of February due to the corona pandemic. But the deadline could not be kept either.
Picard is still a long time coming
Actress Jeri Ryan (Seven of Nine) said on Twitter that filming could not start on February 1st as planned. However, it should be ready soon. But she did not mention a new date. Of course, this could have an impact on when we end up seeing the new episodes. The corona pandemic is still raging and is simply affecting the production of films and series. Vaccinations should help here. Actor Sir Patrick Stewart (Jean-Luc Picard) has already received his vaccination. He wrote on Twitter: "How do we thank health workers and scientists for their sacrifice and service? Get vaccinated as soon as possible to ease their burden, and keep wearing a mask to protect your fellow citizens." In my 80th year of life I am grateful and hopeful for better days that lie ahead. "
Jeri Ryan was asked not only about the start of shooting the second season of Star Trek: Picard, but also whether she would rather play the Seven of Nine from Star Trek: Voyager or Picard. Her answer was unequivocal: "Picard!" By the way, we will see her again in the second season, because she is now part of Jean-Luc Picard's new crew. What Season 2 is about is not yet known. The aspect of humanity and what it means to be human should be taken up. And maybe we'll see a very specific character again …
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