Now it should be noted that some are saying that the title is simply a placeholder and that the real title of the series will be revealed later, likely at San Diego Comic-Con or Star Trek Trek Las Vegas.
Also serving as executive producers on the Picard series are Star Trek: Discovery executive producer James Duff, former Discovery executive producer Akiva Goldsman, Michael Chabon, and Star Trek: Voyager and Discovery writer Kirsten Beyer, as well as Roddenberry Entertainment President Eugene Roddenberry, the son of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry. It's not much, I know, but it's just one tiny step closer to this show being a reality.
While CBS showed those in attendance plenty of new series and projects coming to the network, the only one the people reading this article are likely concerned about is the highly anticipated Star Trek: Picard. We still haven't seen any footage yet, but that will likely change soon as the show is set to premiere this year. According to CBS, the series will follow Captain Jean-Luc Picard "in the next chapter of his life". In fact, the series doesn't have a traditional showrunner.
This past month has been a bit of a wild ride for Star Trek fans.
Development of the series has been tasked to Star Trek: Discovery co-creator and executive producer Alex Kurtzman, who is joined by numerous other members of the Discovery creative team on the project. "There are so few shows that allow a significantly older protagonist to be the driver". "He's going to have to go through deep valleys to get back to the light".
What do you make of the new logo and the title?