An American T.V series created by Akiva Goldsman Star Trek: Picard was premiered on 23th January 2020. The series got many positive reviews.
About Star Trek :season 1
As we know that the first season was started in January 2020. The creator wants to introduce new series on last summer but due to pandemic it was delayed. Now they start shooting in February as they said. Sir Patrick Stewart—”who has been talking about how much he wants to get back to work—is now even more ready.”
Stewart had shared some emotional points that it is difficult for him to shoot finale episode in the first season along with Picard and Data.
Film industry affected by Pandemic
Production of the first season was completed in 2019. And they also want to complete the season II on 2020 and launch in 2021 but due to long town and pandemic the industry got affected.
What Patrick Stewart say?
“On Friday Patrick Stewart shared a brief video on Twitter of him getting a COVID vaccine shot at one of the many drive-through locations in Los Angeles County. He used the opportunity to thank all the health care workers and scientists who have made the vaccine possible.”
Along with above news Stewart discussed about the theme of of the new season.
Sir Patrick has been vaccinated of Coronavirus before start the filmin Star Trek season 2.
U.S. government make some rules.
As we all know that many countries start begain the Distribution of COVID 19 vaccine. US government also start to begain the vaccine in December 2020. For this it took the initiative with private companies also.
So no matter that you take a vaccine or not. The US government make rules and regulations which is necessary to the public to follow it. The film industry also adopt its rules so that they can stopped that virus.
Indicate his follower
Stewart implores his followers to get vaccinated as a way of “[saying] thank you to the health workers and scientists for their sacrifice and service.”
He also suggest their fans and follower that to continue wearing masks to lesser the virus’ spread.
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