Patrick Stewart

‘Picard’ Explained: There’s No Escaping Death in ‘Et in Arcadia Ego Part 1’

Utopia is a fallacy, but always worth the struggle.

‘Picard’ Explained: The Mending of Starfleet Begins with ‘Broken Pieces’

After weeks of wallowing in the failings of Starfleet, the eighth episode acknowledges your disappointment and offers hope in return.

‘Picard’ Explained: We Just Have To Pretend It Works on ‘Nepenthe’

In old friends and new, our favorite captain finds his faith.

‘Picard’ Explained: ‘The Impossible Box’ Exposes the Fear, Hatred, and Anger of Jean-Luc Picard

Captain Kirk saw the good in his enemy. Now, it's Jean-Luc's turn.

‘Picard’ Explained: Grief Continues to Spread Throughout ‘Stardust City Rag’

The trauma experienced in the time we spent apart from Jean-Luc cannot possibly be resolved in one season of television.

‘Picard’ Explained: Seven of Nine Rescues ‘Absolute Candor’

A disgraced Jean-Luc Picard requires the love of his crew before we, his fans, will ever forgive him.

‘Picard’ Explained: Hugh Finds Humanity in ‘The End is the Beginning’

Star Trek's greatest evil is once again revealed to be anything but absolute.

‘Picard’ Explained: Starfleet Adrift Within ‘Maps and Legends’

The Starfleet we find in 'Star Trek: Picard' is upsetting. Good.

‘Picard’ Explained: ‘Remembrance’ Brings Revelations

Twenty years since we last saw him, Jean-Luc Picard finds himself surrounded by a fearful Starfleet.