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Did Star Trek: Picard get new writers for Season 2?

Based on the per-episode crew credits found on IMDB: yes, season two has new writers. Creators Every episode of season one and two credits Akiva Goldsman, Michael Chabon, Kirsten Beyer, and Alex ...
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Why isn't "Star Trek: Picard" shot in wide-screen 16:9?

From Wikipedia: After becoming sole showrunner of Star Trek: Discovery, Alex Kurtzman signed a five-year overall deal with CBS Television Studios to expand the Star Trek franchise beyond Discovery ...
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Did Star Trek: Picard get new writers for Season 2?

While he also seems to have about three co-writing credits on the second season (2.01, 2.02, 2.10), one major change from season one to season two was Showrunner Michael Chabon being replaced by Terry ...
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How long are TV shows typically awaiting airing after completion, Star Trek: Picard in particular?

I'm not sure there is such a thing as a 'typical' lead time. It's very much dependent on episode count per year and budget. I've never worked on a sci-fi big budget show like the Star Trek franchise,...
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Did Star Trek: Picard casually add the notion of simultaneous Borg Queens?

In the case of Picard, the reason is simple (and an explanation that is often encountered in contemporary motion fiction): "this Borg Queen was from an alternate timeline created by Q's ...
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Why isn't "Star Trek: Picard" shot in wide-screen 16:9?

A more cynical point of view: Product positioning. A theatrical release is considered a "higher league" in mass consciousness (eg: Oscars being more prestigious than Golden Globes). Wide screen ...
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