Double check. The new Star Trek Picard poster gives us yet another look at Patrick Stewart's return to the Trek universe, and it immediately distinguishes itself from most Trek-related material by being rooted on terra firma.
The image (below) shows a contemplative Jean-Luc Picard, notably dressed in civilian garb instead of his familiar Starfleet-issued uniform, standing at the edge of a vineyard that stretches off toward the horizon.
In the sun-speckled image, he's joined at his side by a muscle-bound dog, possibly a Pit Bull. Oh, and Picard also has a very good dog too.
Little has been revealed about the series, though it will focus on the commander after his retirement from the fleet.
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Stewart will join his co-stars next week to discuss the show.
While Picard seems to be looking to his field, his mutt gazes upward, seeming to long to go for a walk - to the stars!
Leading Picard will be showrunner Michael Chabon, best known as the critically admired and Pulitzer Prize-winning author of the novels The Amazing Adventures Of Kavalier & Klay and Wonder Boys.
He's set to direct a second batch of episodes for the CBS series.
We'll find out more when Picard likely debuts at San Diego Comic-Con on July 20 (the series launches on CBS All-Access later this year), but for now, let's just enjoy a cape-wearing Picard hanging out with his new Number One.