The legend lives on. The previously unnamed Star Trek show that picks up with the continuing adventures of Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) now has an official title. It's the very sensible Star Trek: Picard.
Streaming service CBS All Access unveiled the name and a fresh logo for the series during, a time when networks woo advertisers with presentations for upcoming shows. (Disclosure: CBS is the parent company of CNET.)
The official Star Trek Twitter account posted a short video showing the new logo, which features a Starfleet insignia in the place of the "A" in Picard's name.
Buzzfeed News correspondent Kate Aurthur also tweeted out a first peek at the show, a screenshot with a soberly dressed Picard looking towards the camera. There appears to be a person in a gold-and-black, Next Generation-style Starfleet uniform out of focus in the background.
Amazon Prime Video in most other countries. The show is expected to debut later in 2019., but will be available through