Warning: SPOILERS for Star Trek: Picard The “Farewell” episode is waiting for us!
Star Trek: Picard The season two finale, also known as “Farewell,” was released Thursday, and the events of the finale brought with them some major departures. Before the episode reached Paramount + Subscribers, Allison Bell said she wouldn’t be back for it Piccard Season three, and her absence has been put into context now that we’ve seen her merging with Annie Wershing Borg Quinn and taking the Bog collective down a new path. And as if Chris Rios stayed in the 21st century and Jean-Luc Picard learned how the rest of his life unfolded wasn’t enough for information, Santiago Cabrera also noted on social media that the time he spent Piccard is over. Well, three other actors have now confirmed that they won’t be appearing in it Piccard Season 3 either.
In the beginning, we have Evan Evagura, who played Elnor in A Handful of Star Trek: Picard Season 2 episodes Despite Elnor’s death in the “Assimilation” episode, Evagora appears in and out of the rest of the season initially through visions Ravi Musquiere had of Michael Heard about Elnor, as well as in hologram form in “Hide and Seek.” Then, since Rios decided to stay in the past, the deceased John de Lancy had enough energy to resurrect Elnor when the other main characters returned to their own timeline. Sadly, Evagora revealed on Instagram that he won’t be at it Piccard Season 3. The future looks bright for Elnor in Starfleet once again, but we won’t see what the next chapter of his life holds in the series.
Next, we have Issa Briones, who mainly played Souji Asha Star Trek: Picard The first season, but he only appeared once as a character in the second season, specifically the first show. Instead, Briones starred in Season 2 as Kore Soong, the latest in a long line of clones created by Brent Spiner’s Adam Soong. With Q’s help, Kore cured her genetic disease and rebelled against her father. After deleting all of Soong’s digital files, Kore is recruited by Will Wheaton’s Wesley Crusher to join The Travelers. But just like with Elnor, whatever happens next with Kore and/or Soji won’t happen PiccardBryons announced on her Instagram page that her time on the show was over.
Finally, we get to Will Wheaton, who only appeared in ‘Farewell’, but it looks like this appearance could have paved the way for him to make a comeback. Star Trek: Picard The third season besides the other Star Trek: The Next Generation The actors are back. Obviously not, as Wesley Crusher’s representative said on his personal website that while his character and Corey will likely appear in other places Star Trek Shows or maybe never again, either way, Season 3 isn’t in the cards for him. However, it was nice to see Wesley again nearly three decades after his last major appearance in next generation“The End Journey” (seen only briefly in 2002 Star Trek: Enemies).
So now we have five actors who have confirmed that they will not appear in Star Trek: Picard The third season, and it is quite possible that the number will rise to six, because it is unclear whether Oral Brady will repeat Lares, who agreed to Jean-Luc Picard’s request for him for a second chance to build a closer relationship with her in “Farewell”. So far, the only one Piccard The main cast members who have been confirmed to return are Patrick Stewart, Michelle Heard, and Jerry Ryan. However, as mentioned earlier, we know that Brent Spiner, Jonathan Frakes, Marina Sirtis, LeVar Burton, Gates McFadden, and Michael Dorn will all be present in Season 3. What’s not clear is whether all of these actors will be considered cast members or guest members. stars. If it’s the latter, who will join Stewart, Hurd, and Ryan in the main cast lineup?
where Star Trek: Picard The Season 2 finale just came out, and it may take some time for us to get an answer to this question and more Piccard Season 3, which is expected to hit Paramount+ in early 2023. In the meantime, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds (Perfect entry point for new audiences) It’s now streaming on the streaming service, and there’s another Star Trek TV shows to look forward to later this year and beyond.