Star Trek Picard – Four cast members confirm their departure after Season 2

The incidents during Season 2’s Season 2 finale of Star Trek: Picard was already clear that a number of members of the crew would be saying goodbye at the end of the conclusion of the season. Previous seasons, Santiago Cabrera, Allison Pill, Evan Evagora and Isa Briones have also spoken out and announced their departure.

The four actors have all been on the show in the seasons before. Cabrera was the captain of the ship, Cristobal Rios, who took the decision to remain until 2024, in Season 2’s finale. Allison Pills Agnes Jurati, however she had discovered her destiny in the role of the next Borg queen, and her story is also described.

This is also true for Romulan Elnor who is played by Evan Evagora, who came back from the dead in the finale of the season and has a new adventure as a cadet, but without Picard. The actress Isa Briones also says goodbye as she was Soji, the android Soji in season 1 as well as the replica Korre in season 2.

After the departure of the cast and the loss of their characters, the only two characters, Michelle Hurd as Raffi and Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine from the Picard crew are remaining for the 3rd season. Orla Brady in Laris appears to have a minor part. The actress made an announcement in September that she was already finished filming for Season 3 in the days following the filming started.

The Next Century

Despite all the goodbyes, Jean-Luc Picard isn’t entirely on his own. In the last few weeks, Paramount+ announced that season 3 will feature many familiar actors in Star Trek: The Next Century . The fans can anticipate watching Jonathan Frakes, Marina Sirtis, Brent Spiner, LeVar Burton, Michael Dorn and Gates McFadden back. Wil Wheaton On his part isn’t there. The actor reprised his role on the show as Wesley Crusher for a cameo in the season 2 finale of Picard. The appearance will be his sole appearance.

It’s not known precisely date when season 3 of Star Trek: Picard will begin.