Meanwhile, another family awaits his company.
Utopia is a fallacy, but always worth the struggle.
After weeks of wallowing in the failings of Starfleet, the eighth episode acknowledges your disappointment and offers hope in return.
In old friends and new, our favorite captain finds his faith.
Captain Kirk saw the good in his enemy. Now, it’s Jean-Luc’s turn.
The trauma experienced in the time we spent apart from Jean-Luc cannot possibly be resolved in one season of television.
A disgraced Jean-Luc Picard requires the love of his crew before we, his fans, will ever forgive him.
Star Trek’s greatest evil is once again revealed to be anything but absolute.
The Starfleet we find in ‘Star Trek: Picard’ is upsetting. Good.