Wil Wheaton returned as Wesley Crusher in the season finale of Star Trek: Picard. After years and years of wondering what had happened to Wesley Crusher after he’d gone off with the Traveler in the seventh season of Star Trek: The Next Generation, fans finally got their answer when Wil Wheaton reprised his role on the May 5th finale of Star Trek: Picard. Wesley was still a Traveler, and he encouraged Kore to choose a better life for herself by becoming one, too.
Wil Wheaton Explains How His Star Trek: The Next Generation Exit Helped Him Appreciate Wesley Crusher’s Return To The Franchise
Star Trek: Picard shocked fans when Wil Wheaton’s Wesley Crusher re-emerged in the franchise at the end of the streaming show's most recent season. Now he’s back and with the possibility of more Wesley adventures across all the new seasons of other Star Trek shows coming down the stretch, Wheaton is feeling grateful that things worked out for him the way they did.
Wil Wheaton Can't Spill Much About Star Trek: Picard Season 3, But What He Does Say Should Excite Fans Of The Next Generation
Star Trek: Picard Season 2 concluded recently, and with the season finale up for Paramount+ subscribers to binge, the wait is on for Season 3. Fans are really excited for what's next, especially with the news that cast members of The Next Generation will reprise their roles for the upcoming adventure. Wil Wheaton recently spoke to CinemaBlend about the upcoming season, and while he couldn’t say much, what he shared should be thrilling to fans.
This post contains spoilers for the final episode of season two of Star Trek: Picard which included a surprise visit by Wil Wheaton. Wil Wheaton shocked everyone with his surprise appearance on the season two finale of Star Trek: Picard. He appeared to Kore as a Traveler and offered her the opportunity to join the team, so to speak. After confirming that he would not be appearing in season three of Picard, his sudden return as Wesley Crusher/Traveler came as a shock to everyone, but it was a welcome one as we were glad to catch up with him even briefly.
Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Wil Wheaton believes he and his character Wesley Crusher had similar paths. Wil Wheaton is to many people, Wil Wheaton. The boy genius who would often pester Captain Jean-Luc Picard on the bridge of the U.S.S. Enterprise. Wheaton’s career spans far beyond his time on Star Trek, having appeared in movies like Stand by Me and Toy Soldiers, while eventually going on to guest-star in a prominent role on The Big Bang Theory.
Looper was “surprised” Wil Wheaton filmed 68 episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Wil Wheaton was in Star Trek: The Next Generation for 68 episodes, playing Wesley Crusher, according to Memory Alpha. He was a key figure through the first three seasons and wracked up most of his appearances in that time span but that doesn’t mean he was done. He appeared in every season of the series after, save for season six.
Wil Wheaton was in a deleted scene in Star Trek: Nemesis. Back in 2002, Wil Wheaton’s character, Wesley Crusher, made a surprise appearance at the wedding of Captain Will Riker and Counselor Deanna Troi. He appeared in a Starfleet dress uniform as a lieutenant and even talked to Captain Picard about how happy he was to be joining the crew of the Titan, the ship Riker was leaving Enterprise to captain. It was a brief moment of less than a minute, but that scene was deleted, and Wesley wasn’t seen again in the movie. Even though the scene can still be seen (see video below), according to Wil Wheaton who spoke at Star Trek: Mission Chicago [via Trekmovie], it is not canon. This comes from an official Star Trek declaration.
Brent Spiner got Wil Wheaton in trouble on the set of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Wil Wheaton has been in the news a lot lately, mostly over his issues with William Shatner and later his disappointment with being left out of the Star Trek: The Next Generation reunion that will be happening on the set of Picard. Maybe that’s for the best, considering Brent Spiner once got Wheaton in trouble with Patrick Stewart during the filming of The Next Generation.
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