UPDATE: Other ‘Star Trek: Picard’ Cast Members Confirm They Won’t Return For Season 3

With Star Trek: Picard season two is now complete and with the main cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation entering for the third and final season (which has already been filmed), the series is saying goodbye to some of its original cast. Michelle Hurd (Raffi) and Jeri Ryan (Seven) are confirmed to return, but Alison Pill (Jurati) has confirmed she won’t be returning, and now more actors are saying goodbye.

UPDATE: Isa Briones says goodbye

Isa Briones played several roles during the two seasons of Star Trek: Picard. Her season two character Kore was recruited to be an overseer (by traveler Wesley Crusher, played by Wil Wheaton) and her Soji character is probably still around in the 25th century, as she didn’t join the crew. for their time travel adventure.

Isa Briones as Kore

On Friday, Briones posted behind-the-scenes photos from his time on the show. Her post spoke about her time on the show and how she was “grateful for every part of this experience.” She ended with “Goodbye Soji, this orchid for you.”

Evan Evagora says goodbye

Evan Evagora was a series regular for both seasons of Star Trek: Picard, playing the Romulan Elnor. The second season saw warrior Qowat Milat become a Starfleet Academy cadet assigned to the USS Excelsior. Even though he was killed off early in the season, he continued to return for a number of episodes through flashbacks, visions, in hologram form, and eventually a resurrection in the season finale.

Jeri Ryan as Seven, Michelle Hurd as Raffi and Evan Evagora in the season two finale

In an Instagram post, Evagora shared some behind-the-scenes snaps from season two and revealed “I won’t be returning for Picard’s third season, so to quote a mediocre band ‘thanks for the memories’ you all know the rest !LLAP »

Cabrera says it’s been a hell of a ride

While Hurd and Ryan have confirmed they’ll be joining star Sir Patrick Stewart in season three, the only remaining series regular is Santiago Cabrera (Cristobal Rios). For the season two finale, Rios was left behind in the 21st century along with Teresa and Ricardo. Guinan detailed his life story, including a death in a fight in a Moroccan bar. It therefore seems fairly certain that he will not return, especially since he was filming the last season of The stewardess while picard season three was in production.

Santiago Cabrera as Rios with Patrick Stewart in the Season 2 finale

Cabrera also posted on Instagram on Thursday. He didn’t come out and said he wasn’t coming back, but said, “That’s been a hell of a ride.” He also added (in Spanish): “Last chapter of picard appears today. I hope you like it.”

Wheaton is not part of season 3

Wheaton’s surprise return as a traveler for the season three finale certainly opens up a lot of possibilities. However, in a lengthy blog post on his site, Wheaton again confirmed that he will not be joining his TNG co-stars in the third season of picard:

Wesley and Kore can vanish from existence and never come back on camera again. Or they could go literally anywhere through all of space and time, from Strange new worlds for Discovery for Lower decks (but not for season three of picard. Sorry, nerds.). Honestly, I don’t know what awaits them in canon, but I’d be lying if I said I didn’t spend time thinking about it.

I may be able to say more about Wesley’s story at some point – his journey over the past 25 years or so is something I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about – as a writer or as a than an actor. Maybe both. But even if that never happens, if I never get to be Wesley Crusher on camera again, I’ll have the privilege of hosting The loan room, where I become a Starfleet veteran, a member of the exclusive “Star Trek Legacy” club, and a shameless superfan who can bring other nerds into the room where it’s at. I can celebrate everything we all love about Star Trek in all of its incarnations, for my work.

Wil Wheaton as Wesley Crusher with Isa Briones as Kore in the season two finale

Brady comes out at the start of season 3?

It’s also a safe bet that recurring guest star Orla Brady won’t play a major role in season three, even though season two ended with her Laris finally reuniting with Jean-Luc Picard. Last September, days after production began on season three (which began the day after season two wrapped), Brady posted on Twitter that she had finished work on season two, adding, ” it’s time to take off my beloved pointy ears”.

It is not yet known when the third season of Star Trek: Picard will make its debut.


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