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The castle queen returns on ‘Star Trek: Picard’

Star Trek: Picard have found their new Borg Queen. Season 2 of the Paramount + program will see Annie Wersching join the cast as the ominous cyborg leader. Wersching is perhaps best known for his role as Renee Walker in 24, as well as her time ahead Bosch and Marvel’s Ran. She will join the existing ensemble cast of Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard, Alison Pill, Isa Briones, Evan Evagora, Michelle Hurd, Santiago Cabrera, Jeri Ryan, Orla Brady and Brent Spiner.

The Borg queen, who is the powerful leader of a group of foreigners with a collective beehive, has previously been played by Alice Krige in Star Trek: First contact and Susanna Thompson i Star Trek: Voyager. Now, Wersching will bring the character to life and appear throughout Season 2 as a recurring character.

Following Season 1’s debut on Paramount +, showrunner Michael Chabon resigned to produce a limited series based on the best-selling novel The Amazing Adventures of Cavalier and Clay. Therefore, Akiva Goldsman and Terry Matalas have taken over as co-showrunners. Second season of Star Trek: Picard will continue to follow Stewart’s beloved captain on a new galactic adventure. A teaser trailer released in April last year shows that a classic is returning Star Trek character, John de Lancies Q.

According to Hollywood Reporter, Season 3 of Star Trek: Picard was filmed back-to-back with season 2. However, CBS has not yet officially commissioned a third season of the sci-fi show. Until then, we can expect season 2 to arrive at Paramount + in 2022.

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