Saturday, 04 April, 2020

Is LGBTQ+ Representation Coming to 'Star Trek: Picard' Season 2?

STAR TREK PICARD Finale Star Trek: Picard actor wants to ‘delve into’ his character’s sexuality – and the showrunner seems up for it, too
Adrian Cunningham | 25 March, 2020, 19:41

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Of course, as you await the Picard Season 1 finale March 26, you can also catch up on Deadline's Star Trek Picard podcast for interviews with key cast and creatives like Sir Pat, Kurtzman, Jeri Ryan, Jonathan Frakes, EP Akivia Goldsman and showrunner Michael Chabon. Some old friends like Riker, Troi, and Seven of Nine show up along the way.

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