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Star Trek Picard Season 3 has been confirmed for a February 2023 debut, and we’ve got all the information you’ll need when it comes to the airtime of new episodes on both Paramount+ and Prime Video here in Australia.
Surprise news that Picard is to stream on Paramount+ as well as Prime Video means we’ll be getting episodes a little earlier than normal; Paramount+ has confirmed Aussie episodes will be released “date and day with the US,” which isn’t technically correct as we’ll get them more than 12 hours later on the next day.
The change means we can catch each of the season’s 10 episodes at the following times:
- Picard Season 3, Episode 1: 11.00 am AEDT, 17 February 2023
- Picard Season 3, Episode 2: 11.00 am AEDT, 24 February 2023
- Picard Season 3, Episode 3: 11.00 am AEDT, 3 March 2023
- Picard Season 3, Episode 4: 11.00 am AEDT, 10 March 2023
- Picard Season 3, Episode 5: 11.00 am AEDT, 17 March 2023
- Picard Season 3, Episode 6: 11.00 am AEDT, 24 March 2023
- Picard Season 3, Episode 7: 11.00 am AEDT, 31 March 2023
- Picard Season 3, Episode 8: 10.00 am AEST, 7 April 2023
- Picard Season 3, Episode 9: 10.00 am AEST, 14 April 2023
- Picard Season 3, Episode 10: 10.00 am AEST, 21 April 2023
You can head here to stream via Amazon Prime Video. Alternatively, Paramount+ will set Aussies back $8.99 AUD per month; you can sign up now and get your first week free. Once you’ve access, you can find Picard on Paramount+ right here.
Star Trek Picard stars Patrick Stewart (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Jeri Ryan (Star Trek: Voyager), Michelle Hurd (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit), and Brent Spiner, Gates McFadden, Marina Sirtis, Jonathan Frakes, Michael Dorn and LeVar Burton (all from Star Trek The Next Generation).
Star Trek Picard airs on Paramount+, Prime Video, or Crave depending on where you are in the world. Here in Australia, it can be accessed on both Paramount+ and Prime Video.
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