Star Trek: Picard (CBS All Access)


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12 hours ago, shockz said:

Obviously it's just a dog tag and nothing more, not sure why so ":S"...

Thanks captain obvious, what I meant was that it's a bit corny.

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21 hours ago, shockz said:

Obviously it's just a dog tag and nothing more, not sure why so ":S"...

His old comm badge?

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22 hours ago, shockz said:

Obviously it's just a dog tag and nothing more, not sure why so ":S"...

No, Data's a dog now lol.

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7 minutes ago, Zathras5 said:

No, Data's a dog now lol.

That would be epic, who doesn't like talking dogs?

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You're no fun, talk about taking the fi out of scifi.  

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Well, there was suppose to be a trailer out, but it's not working so I guess they pulled it?

 

*edit*

 

 

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Thanks for posting that!

 

Well, that was better than I expected so my hopes are up - Hopefully the Data/B4 sequence wasn't a dream and if this goes well they can open it up a bit further and perhaps get some more of the Voyager crew on board for a S2.

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1 hour ago, George P said:

Well, there was suppose to be a trailer out, but it's not working so I guess they pulled it?

 

*edit*

 

 

Well I need a cold shower...

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I can't see the trailer?? It says it was pulled.

Any other link?

 

Nvm I think I found it

 

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4 minutes ago, sava700 said:

I can't see the trailer?? It says it was pulled.

Any other link?

 

Nvm I think I found it

Shows as blocked for me, stupid dumb Geo blocks :/

 

BTW I have already seen it via Sir Patrick's Facebook page :)

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Ok so you gotta have all access to view this or will it be on regular CBS? I'm a little confused.

Also the web site for the show says early 2020 not 2019..

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The show is only on CBS All Access in the US (and maybe Canada?) but in Europe etc I believe Picard will be on Amazon Prime this time and not Netflix. And yes, the show won't be out until 2020 it looks like. The "Short Treks" will be out before the show comes along with Discovery S3.

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OMG i saw the trailer and blew me away. Gave me goose bumps i haven't had for ages 😀 Can't wait for this!

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