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The Star Trek universe has always been expansive, but Picard Season 3 took it to another level, setting up a multitude of narratives that could be explored in the proposed spinoff, Star Trek: Legacy. A recent article from , delves into 15 such potential storylines, including the intriguing future of Jack Crusher and the rule-breaking tendencies of Captain Seven of Nine.

But for these stories to be told, we need your help. As fans, our passion for Star Trek is immense, and we have the power to make a difference. Urgent action is needed to channel our collective energy into a lightning rod to energize Paramount+ executives to bring Star Trek: Legacy to life. A campaign, “Letters 4 Legacy”, is already underway, gathering momentum to amass thousands of letters addressed to Paramount+ to express our vocal and passionate support for continuing the adventures in the 25th century that showrunner Terry Matalas has set up in Picard Season 3.

Star Trek: Legacy promises an exciting chance to revisit familiar faces from the vast Trek universe, including major, minor, and recurring characters with untapped potential for 25th-century stories. We’re curious to hear who you’d love to see beam aboard the Enterprise-G. To fuel your imagination, here are ten possible contenders. Vote below, and help recruit for the mission by sharing this post on your timeline.

  • Molly O’Brien: Last seen as a child in Deep Space Nine, Molly could be a seasoned Starfleet officer or scientist in the 25th century.
  • Jake Sisko: A writer and journalist, Jake could be documenting the new adventures in the galaxy or even working as a Federation diplomat.
  • Leah Brahms: The engineer who helped design the Enterprise-D could now be an influential figure in Starfleet’s ship design or a leading scientific mind. Is she Sidney and Alandra La Forge’s mother?
  • Reginald Barclay: Last seen in Voyager, the empathetic and resourceful engineer could have taken on a leadership role within Starfleet or the Daystrom Institute.
  • Ezri Dax: The young Trill and counselor could have risen through Starfleet’s ranks and become a prominent figure in interspecies relations or mental health advocacy.
  • Boothby: Starfleet Academy’s wise groundskeeper, could be a pivotal mentor for the Enterprise-G crew in Star Trek: Legacy. Now over 130, he holds Starfleet’s history in his memories. Is there more to him than meets the eye?
  • Wesley Crusher: Last seen as a Traveler, Wesley could return with cosmic knowledge that could be vital to the Enterprise-G’s mission.
  • Vic Fontaine: The self-aware hologram from Deep Space Nine could be part of the ship’s entertainment or serve in a counseling capacity.
  • Guinan: The long-lived El-Aurian could still be offering sage advice and serving up drinks, perhaps on the Enterprise-G holodeck 10 Forward program.
  • Holographic Doctor from Voyager: If his mobile emitter technology became widespread, he could be serving as a doctor anywhere in the Federation.

Now is the time to use our voices. The adventures we’re so excited about may never exist outside our imaginations unless we make ourselves heard. Join the campaign on Facebook at, and share the hashtags #letters4legacy and #startreklegacy on social media.

Send your letters to: 

Tom Ryan President & CEO: Streaming 

Paramount Global 

1515 Broadway New York, NY 10036

Star Trek: Picard season 3 has already brilliantly set the stage. Now it’s our turn to bring the curtain up on Star Trek: Legacy.


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