After the Star Trek: Picard season finale, fans were left wondering what happened to Narek. As he sneaks in we see Elnor and 7 of 9 discussing their kinship and how neither really have a home.

Notably, the episode ends with two of the three big Romulan baddies still alive. The concluding part of the "Star Trek: Picard" season finale is going to polarize 'Star Trek' fans for a long time to come. But what happened to Narek? As far as overnights are concerned, ratings for Spooks saw a significant increase of 750,000 from episode five, and over half a million higher from the series premiere. But as a piece of writing for television, it falls short.

In it, Narek informs his sister that the apocalypse should be postponed until further notice, while the Romulan fleet should be instructed to perhaps reconsider their position on mass murder as well. Narissa was surgically altered to resemble a Human for the purpose of infiltrating Starfleet, under the name Lieutenant Rizzo. He had an older sister, Narissa, who was also a Romulan operative.

Updated: 21 … This episode sets the stage for an exciting conclusion: Sutra is moving against organic life, with Picard trying to stop her while under house arrest (and fomenting dissent). Narek's disappearance from the narrative, after pleading with Soji to disable the transmitter, left his fate unrevealed. A recap of ‘Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 2,’ episode 10 of the first season of Star Trek: Picard on CBS All Access. Instead, we got a season-long story with twists and turns a weirdly short lived payoff that included a twist at the end that was entirely predictable and horrendously carried out. Star Trek: Picard episode 10 walks along the edge of a knife, carefully treading the line between inspirational Picard awesomeness and absolute bonkers craziness that makes little to no narrative sense. According to showrunner Michael Chabon , a scene depicting Narek being taken into Federation custody was ultimately cut from the episode. Star Trek: Picard Episode 10 Finale Recap / Review - "Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 2" An emotional end to a choppy season. Harry Treadaway isn't going to tell you how to feel about Narek. As predicted, Narek has switched sides and him no longer being selfish will likely be what brings down Sutra’s plan after the synths discover it was she who let him out. Narek explains he believes this is history and has happened before where life was wiped out the last time synthetics reached this level of evolution. Like the dashing — and evasive — Romulan spy he plays in Star Trek: Picard, Treadaway is an actor who knows his character's motivations but doesn't want to spill the Romulan tea. Star Trek: Picard is an American web television series featuring the character Jean-Luc Picard, created for CBS All Access by Akiva Goldsman, Michael Chabon, Kirsten Beyer, and Alex Kurtzman.It is the eighth series in the Star Trek franchise, and was launched in 2020 as part of Kurtzman's expansion of the franchise. Taggart was a Scottish detective fiction television programme created by Glenn Chandler, who wrote many of the episodes, and made by STV Productions for the ITV network. Narek's struggle to choose between feelings and elaborate plans to carry out genocide reaches its climax in the final episode, "Et in Arcadia Ego." It wrapped things up quite nicely (except: what happened to Narek? what about Jurati surrending herself in? He once claimed "Narek" was merely one of his names, and on another occasion that his true name was "Hrai Yan". Star Trek: Picard 's season 1 finale never addressed the fate of the Romulan spy and it's a major unanswered question left hanging. Season 1, Episode 10: ‘Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 2’ It turns out that a show called “Star Trek: Picard” ends up actually being about Data. ), and the whole of the series felt like one (long) episode of TNG. Episode 10 Predictions Now going forward Picard is clearly trying to convince Soji to rethink her course of action. By Scott Collura. What happened to Narek? Raffi and Cris are attempting to get La Sirena in the air again, while Narek is heading for the Borg cube and Dr. Jurati is trying to make up for past mistakes. Spoiler Alert for 'The Impossible Box' - Episode 6 of Season 1 of 'Star Trek: Picard' Narek (Harry Treadaway) and Soji's (Isa Briones) romance has, up until now, been one of the weaker aspects of 'Star Trek: Picard,' but in 'The Impossible Box' we finally see why. “The butterfly that lives forever is really not a butterfly at all.” If this nonsensical quote had started the show-off, perhaps I would have known what I was in for from Star Trek: Picard Season 1, Episode 1.

This entire season has followed Admiral Jean-Luc Picard, retired, along a journey to find himself.