SDCC 2022 Star Trek Panels & More

Star Trek turned up big time at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con and proceedings got off to a start on Friday where William Shatner with his one-man panel. Of...
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Star Trek turned up big time at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con and proceedings got off to a start on Friday where William Shatner with his one-man panel. Of course, Shatner boldly said his piece and held his proverbial nose when asked about his thoughts about the modern Star Trek shows. Claiming that he feels that Star Trek’s creator Gene Rodenberry would be rolling in his grave.

 

 

On Saturday afternoon. Fans were treated to a feast of Star Trek as various panels went off. Alongside these panels. Things got off to a start with the Lower Decks panel, which saw various cast members from the hit animated show share their excitement about the third season. Among the new additions is a new alien coming to the series.

 

 

If Lower Decks isn’t your thing. We also had a brief Picard Panel in which Patrick Stewart and Gates McFadden talk about season three, which will be the show’s final series. Added to this we also got to see a new trailer for the show, which included a look at how all of Picard’s former crewmates looked.

 

Picard Season Three Trailer

 

 

The Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Panel hosted pretty much every prominent member of the cast. Anson Mount talked a bit about Pike’s journey into accepting his fate and how that will play out in the second season.

 

 

We got announcements of two new shows in development. Among these announcements was news of a crossover between Strange New Worlds and Lower Decks, which would blend the animated show with the live-action of SNW. As to the two new series. Nothing was given in the way of details, which has fans assuming it is the Starfleet Academy Series and Section 31 series, which have been in development for some time now. However, we could be mistaken and would be thrilled if we were.

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