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Star Trek’s Alex Kurtzman says fans have been heard loud and clear regarding Star Trek: Legacy, a potential Picard spinoff series.

Spoilers for Star Trek: Picard. Be warned. I think that the third and final season Star trek: Picard was a wonderful finale for beloved characters from The Next Generation. It also set the stage for another new show, which Picard showrunner Terry Matalas has dubbed Star Trek: Legacy.

The epilogue of Star Trek: Picard’s final episode found Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) as the new Captain of the U.S.S. Titan has been rechristened the U.S.S. Enterprise G. With Raffi as her first officer, and Jack Crusher as the captain’s counselor (Ed Speleers), the stage is set to experience a new set of adventures. However, as excited as fans seem to be about the possibility of Star Trek: Legacy, Terry Matalas told TVLine that nothing is in development.It does feel like something new, with Captain Seven and her crew. It feels like something new. I don’t think everyone would be involved but it feels like an old mix with new. Currently, nothing is in development. Matalas stated that everyone would be willing to return if

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were to ever take shape. “Definitely. “Everybody wants to return,“, Matalas said. “Even Patrick expressed his desire to visit his son and, I believe he said, “provide some humor.” And that is unique. You don’t get that very often, where everyone wants to return. ” These shows aren’t exactly cheap to make, and Paramount has already several new projects in development. There’s also the Starfleet academy series, Star trek: Strange New Worlds and the Section 31 movie with Michelle Yeoh. Matalas said to SFX Magazine the studio would “have to financially justify a second one.” I think they view it as a well-stocked studio. So unless fans can convince them otherwise, that’s certainly the point of view at the moment.” As fans helped to launch Strange New Worlds after Pike (Anson Mount) and company guest-starred on Star Trek: Discovery, I wouldn’t bet against Legacy following a similar path.Related

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“, Matalas said. “We’re going to do it right. “That’s where we are with it,” I say teasingly. There’s no progress on this project at the moment. Kurtzman, for his part, told Fox LA: “Anything’s possible.” We’ve heard you loud and clear. We’ll see. So, we’ll see.Our next helping of Star Trek will arrive with the premiere of the second season of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds on June 15th on Paramount+. Would you like to see a

Star Trek: Legacy series following the adventures of the crew of the Enterprise G?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ueFJ3l3ZZ4

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