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Star Trek: Picard Producer Addresses Possible Season 4 Plans

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We already know that Star Trek: Picard will continue after the premiere of Season 2. After all, the series was confirmed for a second and third season before the pilot episode was released. But is there any possibility that we'll be getting another season after the third one? Producer Akiva Goldsman has addressed the possibility of Star Trek: Picard Season 4!

It's no secret that Picard will last for three seasons. The plans for Season 2 and 3 were shared in January 2020 so Trekkies are already expecting a follow-up to Season 2 early next year. Still, some are wondering if the show could continue in the following years so Akiva Goldsman decided to share the truth about their plans.

Goldsman recently spoke to CBR where he was asked if there is a possibility for Star Trek: Picard Season 4. Interestingly, the producer gave an optimistic answer but also pointed out that it would all have to depend on Patrick Stewart.

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"The door is always open for a Season 4 but, as of now, it's just three seasons. It was always planned to be three seasons," Goldsman said. He then added that it would be more of a possibility if Trekkies wanted to see another season.

"If some combination of CBS, Patrick, and the world [asked for] Season 4, I'm sure we'd all engage it but, no, it remains a three-season show," Goldsman stated.

It's not a solid answer but it's still enough to give fans hope for a fourth season. For now, it is still uncertain but we'll be waiting for new updates soon.


Star Trek: Picard Season 2 will consist of 10 new episodes and is already scheduled to premiere on Paramount+ on March 3, 2022. The third season has not yet been given an official release date but is expected to air in early 2023.

Related: Star Trek: Patrick Stewart Explains How Picard Season 2 is About 'The Road Not Taken'

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