Star Trek: Picard Parents Guide

Star Trek: Picard is an American television action, adventure, drama series that is created by Akiva Goldsman, Michael Chabon, Kirsten Beyer, and Alex Kurtzman and is based on Star Trek: The Next Generation by Gene Roddenberry. Star Trek: Picard has premiered on January 23, 2020, and its first season is until March 26.

The second season is set to debut on Paramount+, with the third and final season premiering in early 2023. The production company of Star Trek: Picard is CBS Television Studios, Roddenberry Entertainment, and Secret Hideout.

Star Trek: Picard Release Date

Star Trek: Picard season 2 is expected to be premiered on 3 March 2022 (United States)

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Series Name Star Trek: Picard
Genre Action, Adventure, Drama
Creator Akiva Goldsman, Michael Chabon, Kirsten Beyer, Alex Kurtzman
Release Date 3 March 2022 (United States)
Season 3
Episode 21
Runtime 46 minute
Officialwebsite CBS Television Studios
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Star Trek: Picard Official Synopsis

The series begins in 2399, 20 years after Jean-Luc Picard’s last appearance in Star Trek: Nemesis (2002), and finds the character deeply affected by the death of Data in that film as well as the destruction of the planet Romulus in the film Star Trek (2009). His consciousness is then transferred into a synthetic body. During the second season, a year later, Picard and his companions are living new lives when they are faced by Picard’s old adversary Q in the ultimate trial. With Q breaking reality, they are trapped in the 21st century and must race against time to save the future of the galaxy.

Star Trek: Picard Parents Guide and Age Rating

Star Trek: Picard Age Rating

Star Trek: Picard has been rated TV-MA for the content shown in the series.

TV-MA Rated means Mature Adults Only. Program-rated TV-MA is intended to be viewed by mature, adult audiences and may be unsuitable for children under 17. Contains content that is unsuitable for children. Children Under 17 Requires Accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian. 

Why Star Trek: Picard is TV-MA Rated?

  • Mild sexual content and nudity are shown in the series.
  • There are many violent scenes in this series that might be disturbing.
  • Intense graphic violence.
  • Use of weapons for killing, blood shattered which is quite abrasive to watch.
  • In one of the surgery scenes, an eyeball is graphically and forcefully removed from its socket.
  • Some moments of strong violence include shooting, disturbing attacks, stabbings.
  • The moderate use of profanity.
  • Words like shit, fu*k, fu*king, damn, hell, a**, SOB, GD, bi*ch, a**hole, bullshit, godd*mn are spoken throughout the series.
  • Some characters prepare and drink alcohol.
  • In one of the scenes, the character is shown getting drunk on wine. 
  • Smoking of cigar.
  • Scenes of extreme torture include gore and screaming.

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Star Trek: Picard Parents guide | Age Rating | 2020
Star Trek: Picard Parents Guide | Age Rating | 2020

 Who is in the cast of Star Trek: Picard?

  • Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard
  • Alison Pill as Dr. Agnes Jurati
  • Michelle Hurd as Raffi Musiker
  • Isa Briones as Soji…
  • Santiago Cabrera as Cristóbal Rios
  • Harry Treadaway as Narek
  • Brent Spiner as Soong…
  • Evan Evagora as Elnor
  • Peyton List as Lieutenant Narissa Rizzo
  • Tamlyn Tomita as Commodore Oh
  • Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine
  • Kay Bess as La Sirena Computer
  • Jonathan Del Arco as Hugh
  • Jamie McShane as Zhaban
  • Orla Brady as Laris
  • Rebecca Wisocky as Ramdha
  • Sumalee Montano as Mother
  • Jonathan Frakes as Will Riker

Star Trek: Picard Official Trailer

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 Know about Star Trek: Picard Parents Guide. Why does Star Trek: Picard receive this age rating? Read the complete information here about Star Trek: Picard ratings in the UK, US, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Switzerland, and overseas.

Star Trek: Picard is rated 16 in Argentina and Brazil, MA15+ in Australia, 14+ in Canada, 18 in France, 18+ in Indonesia, 12 in Poland, M18 in Singapore, 18 in Spain, 18+ IN Sweden.

In fact, the age rating is fixed by MPAA( Motion Picture Association of America TV Series rating system),  BBFC (British Board of Film Classification), and Commons sense, TV Parental Guidelines (A television content rating system in the United States).

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