9 episodes

Star Trek Picard reviews and commentary, available the week after broadcast.

P for Picard A Star Trek Picard podcast from The Spoilist

    • After Shows

Star Trek Picard reviews and commentary, available the week after broadcast.

    P for Picard: ‘Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 2’

    P for Picard: ‘Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 2’

    Narek escapes the android compound to the Borg cube and tracks down Narissa who is trying to bring the Borg weapon systems back online. Don’t worry about that though, there is no reason for this to be there...

    • 1 hr 30 min
    P for Picard: Roddenberry’s rules

    P for Picard: Roddenberry’s rules

    James decided to read  Star Trek: The Next Generation writers bible since Star Trek: Picard claims to be based on it. Is the new show still following the old rules?

    • 7 min
    P for Picard: ‘Broken Pieces’ and ‘Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 1’

    P for Picard: ‘Broken Pieces’ and ‘Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 1’

    Rios finally meets Dahj and realises she looks exactly the same as Janna, an alien woman who was murdered by his former captain before he took his own life.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    P for Picard: Finale predictions

    P for Picard: Finale predictions

    Before the Star Trek: Picard season finale  arrives, we've been asking all the important questions.

    • 24 min
    P for Picard: Adult content in Star Trek

    P for Picard: Adult content in Star Trek

    In a short and sweet bonus episode, we discuss the adult content in modern Star Trek, with a focus on the gratuitous violence in Star Trek: Picard.

    • 9 min
    P for Picard: ‘The Impossible Box’ and ‘Nepenthe’

    P for Picard: ‘The Impossible Box’ and ‘Nepenthe’

    The crew of La Sirena are finally heading towards the Borg cube and Raffi secures Picard credentials to visit Huge as a diplomat. But Narek is getting closer to discovering Soji’s secrets and she realises

    • 1 hr 2 min

Customer Reviews

quinn_drummer ,

Better than the actual show

Some very insightful analysis of Star Trek’s worst series yet. Well done at keeping at it guys. You’ve made the past 3 months bearable.

Harry Wragg ,

Insightful, funny and true

Whenever a new pop culture entrant comes along, it’s immediately followed by a few dozen review podcasts, feeding off it like remoras with their ill-informed hot takes and excessively long, badly produced yelling. P For Picard is not one of those shows - well made, insightful, compact, funny and refreshingly honest. A benchmark others should ascribe to, and you should subscribe to.

Top Podcasts In After Shows