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Hot on the heels of the logo and title reveal of "Star Trek: Picard" comes our first look at the new Trek spin-off series, focusing on Jean-Luc Picard, played by Patrick Stewart.
It opens with a picturesque scene of a vineyard; sunlight softly glistens through water gently trickling from an old-style, iron hand-pump on a beautiful summer day. A man walks through the rows of trellises, pausing to briefly inspect the leaf of a young vine. A case of '86 vintage (undoubtedly 2386) Chateau Picard Bourgogne is gently placed outside a rustic farmhouse as a voice calmly speaks.
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"Fifteen years ago, today, you led us out of the darkness. You commanded the greatest rescue armada in history. Then, the unimaginable. What did that cost you? Your faith? Your faith in us? Your faith in yourself? Tell us, why did you leave Starfleet, Admiral?"
Finally, we see the great man himself.
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You may recall, in "Star Trek: Generations" (1994) we learn that Jean-Luc's young nephew René and his father Robert — Jean-Luc's brother — were tragically killed in a fire in 2371 at the family home. Only Marie Picard, Robert's wife, survived. This is obviously the Picard vineyard in La Barre, in the south-east corner of the Burgundy region of France, so we wonder if these events will be referenced and if Marie will appear in the show.
We've seen the Picard vineyard twice before, once in the epic "Star Trek: The Next Generation" episode "Family" (S04, E02), and then again in the outstanding, two-part series finale "All Good Things" (S07, E25) — the second part of...
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