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Besides the 1-minute teaser trailer, the premium network also unveils a poster for the upcoming series which has, 'The end is only the beginning,' written on it.

AceShowbiz - The first look at "Star Trek: Picard" has found its way out online in the form of first teaser trailer. CBS All Access released the footage on Thursday, May 23, featuring Patrick Stewart reprising his iconic role of Jean-Luc Picard.

The 1-minute teaser opens with Picard working at the vineyard. "15 years ago today, you led us out of the darkness," a woman describes Picard's story in voiceover. "You commanded the greatest rescue armada in history. Then, the unimaginable."

"What did that cost you? Your faith? Your faith in us? Your faith in yourself?" the voice asks as someone wearing boots walks across a vineyard before a few bottles of wine flicker on the screen. "Tell us, why did you leave Starfleet, admiral?"

The video concludes with Picard making an appearance while looking somber.

Fans of "Star Trek" may remember that Picard's family owns a vineyard. It was featured in a season 4 episode of "Next Generation" titled "Family" in addition to the series finale "All Good Thingsā€¦." It seems like he returns to the vineyard after leaving Starfleet behind.

Besides the first teaser, CBS All Access also unveils a poster for the upcoming series. "The end is only the beginning," reads the logline.

Star Trek: Picard

Poster for 'Star Trek: Picard'.

Set in the year 2399, "Star Trek: Picard" takes place 20 years after the events of "Star Trek: The Next Generation." The titular character was last seen in his final canon appearance in 2002's "Star Trek: Nemesis".

Joining Patrick on the series are Alison Pill, Michelle Hurd, Evan Evagora and Isa Briones. Also among the cast members are Santiago Cabrera and Harry Treadaway.

Joining Patrick, Alex Kurtzman, Michael Chabon, Akiva Goldsman, James Duff, Heather Kadin, Rod Roddenberry and Trevor Roth are attached as executive producers. Meanwhile, Aaron Baiers serves as co-executive producer with Kirsten Beyer being its supervising producer. The first two episodes of "Star Trek: Picard" are helmed by Hanelle Culpepper.

CBS All Access has yet to set a release date for "Star Trek: Picard".

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