Star Trek

Star Trek

Picard. Season One

DVD - 2020
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After the destruction of the Planet Romulus, follow Picard as he tracks down a series of mysteries about his past. Picard sets out on a new adventure against a legion of dangerous foes, with the help of a few returning characters: Data, Riker, and Seven of Nine, and a whole new crew.


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Mar 07, 2021

With it's success pivoting on the aging but still-charismatic Patrick Stewart, the upstanding "Star Trek: Picard" is significantly better and more engaging than "Star Trek: Discovery" (whose plot and new characters are less compelling and made me mildly sleepy). Both DVDs are for Star Trek fans only (like my wife and I), as these series rely on sci-fi tropes and the impact of nostalgic series' characters.

Feb 15, 2021

I was very curious to find out how this new show was going to play out. My husband and I were really looking forward to watching each episode and weren't disappointed. There was a great mix of former Star Trek characters and new characters to keep it interesting. Highly recommend it!

Feb 01, 2021

Requires extra focus early on because of this series' many past and new characters. After the first disk, a pleasure to enjoy the plot lines, dialogues, CGI, sci-fi twists, actions and outstanding actors.

Oct 10, 2020

The minute the studios announced a Star Trek series with an older Picard with Patrick Stewart I knew it was going to be really good. Intrigue galore and of course it excellent. Good to see some if the older characters too.


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Feb 01, 2021

Highly quotable script and many posted in various web sites. Particularly, peruse at IMDb -->>
Star Trek: Picard Episode List -->> select relevant episode of interest -->> select "Quotes" "see more" e.g. S1 Ep1

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A butterfly that lives forever is really not a butterfly at all. I want to live, however briefly, knowing that my life is finite. Mortality gives meaning to human life, Captain. Peace, love, friendship, these are precious because we know they cannot endure.


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