Why Star Trek: Picard’s Captain Liam Shaw Shouldn’t Be Brought Back


Star Trek: Picard is over, but it doesn’t feel that way with how the internet is still carrying on about the season. People want a sequel, and the constant calls for that spinoff titled Star Trek: Legacy have reached everyone from showrunner Terry Matalas to executive producer Alex Kurtzman. Fans also have a ton of ideas for the spinoff, including one that I’m not so jazzed about. All apologies to actor Todd Stashwick in advance, but I don’t want to see Captain Liam Shaw brought back in any capacity. 

Was Captain Shaw one of the best parts of Star Trek: Picard Season 3? Absolutely. Does that mean that I want to see him in upcoming Trek shows going forward? Absolutely not. I know there are pitchforks rising in response to that statement, but if you stick with me, you’ll understand why there are better options for Stashwick’s future in Trek than a return as Liam Shaw. 

Shaw and Seven on Star Trek: Picard on Paramount+

(Image credit: Paramount+)

Bringing Captain Shaw Back From The Dead Cheapens His Death

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