Sir Patrick Stewart and Jeri Ryan enjoyed a playful moment on Thursday as they took to the red carpet for Star Trek Day, held by streaming service Paramount+ in Los Angeles.
The co-stars appeared in high spirits as they giggled amongst themselves – before celebrating the 56th anniversary of the original Star Trek series.
Jeri, who plays the character Seven of Nine in Star Trek: Picard, couldn’t contain her laughter as she attempted to pose alongside Patrick, who plays Captain Jean-Luc Picard.
Larking around: Sir Patrick Stewart, 82, enjoyed a playful moment with Jeri Ryan, 54, on the red carpet on Thursday as they attend Paramount+’s Star Trek Day celebrations in Los Angeles
Including live red carpet interviews, cast panels and first looks – Star Trek Day saw fans, cast and guests come together to celebrate the franchise, while being live-streamed for anyone who couldn’t make it.
Actress Jeri looked chic for the day as she donned a bright orange T-shirt with camel, straight leg trousers.
Pairing the ensemble with cream loafers, the star had her caramel locks pulled into a ponytail the two pieces fell to frame her face.
Accessorising with a stack of dainty necklaces and a collection of rings, adding a dewy palette of makeup with a glossy lip.
Pals: The co-stars appeared in high spirits as they giggled amongst themselves – before heading to celebrate the 56th anniversary of the original Star Trek series
Giggles: Jeri, who plays the character Seven of Nine in Star Trek: Picard, couldn’t contain her laughter as she attempted to pose alongside Patrick, who plays Captain Jean-Luc Picard
Stylish: Actress Jeri looked chic for the day as she donned a bright orange T-shirt with camel, straight leg trousers
Beauty: The star had her caramel locks pulled into a ponytail as two pieces fell to frame her face
While Patrick opted for a pair of blue jeans with a maroon, long-sleeved T-shirt for appearance.
The pair also posed alongside co-star Michelle Hurd, who donned a white, utility-style cargo jumpsuit.
Pulling her spiral curled locks into an up-do, the actress, who plays Raffaela Musiker in Star Trek, added a sand head scarf to complete the look.
Casual: While Patrick opted for a pair of blue jeans with a maroon, long-sleeved T-shirt for the appearance
Star: The actor beamed as he took to the panel on stage at the event
Cast: The pair also posed alongside co-star Michelle Hurd, who plays Raffaela Musiker in Paramount+ series Star Trek: Picard
Star Trek Day: Including live red carpet, cast panels and first looks – Star Trek Day saw fans, cast and guests come together to celebrate the franchise interviews
Other guests included franchise actors Rebecca Romijn, Terry Farrell and Christina Chong – alongside Captain Kathryn Janeway actress Kate Mulgrew.
While John de Lancie, who plays Q in multiple Star Trek variations, went for a casual look as he sported an oversized green shirt with black trousers.
Giving fans a special surprise during the day, the trailer for the final season of Paramount+’s Star Trek: Picard was shown – introduced by Patrick himself on stage.
Chic: Michelle donned a white, utility-style cargo jumpsuit for the event, paired with strapped sandals
Gorgeous: She pulled her spiral curled locks into an up-do, adding a sand head scarf to complete the look
The show, which is the eighth Star Trek series, will include 10-episodes – debuting Thursday, February 16, 2023, exclusively on Paramount Plus, with new episodes dropping weekly on Thursdays thereafter.
The trailer begins with a distressed call from Picard’s former flame, Dr. Beverly Crusher (Gates McFadden), who says, ‘This message is for Admiral Jean-Luc Picard.’
Picard is seen taking out the iconic Starfleet emblem pin and examining it, as Crusher says, ‘We need your help.’
Star-studded: Terry Farrell (left) and Rebecca Romijn (right) were also in attendance to the celebratory day
Styled: Her golden tresses were styled in a soft curl, as the beauty added a pink-toned palette of makeup
Sweet: Rebecca and Jeri cuddled up for one snap together
We see the Starfleet headquarters imploding, as Picard is heard saying, ‘I need to find a ship.’
‘We need to find a ship,’ his old friend Will Riker (Jonathan Frakes) tells him as they share a drink in an intergalactic bar.
Picard insists, ‘Now, I can’t ask you to put yourself in danger,’ which is intercut with some quite dangerous scenes from the show.
Dapper: While John de Lancie, who plays Q in multiple Star Trek variations, went for a casual look as he sported an oversized green shirt with black trousers
All smiles: He and Michelle beamed for snaps alongside one another at the event
Classy: While Kate Mulgrew opted for a pair of split hem white trousers with an oversized black shirt
Riker just smiles at Picard and says, ‘Since when?’ with a laugh, as we get glimpses of beloved returning characters such as Raffi Musiker (Michelle Hurd), Geordi La Forge (LeVar Burton), Dr. Crusher and Worf (Michael Dorn).
Riker tells Picard, ‘Jean-Luc, wherever you go, we go,’ as we get a glimpse at Deanna Troi (Marina Sirtis), as Riker sees a ship, adding, ‘Hello, beautiful.’
Jean-Luc asks, ‘Permission to come aboard, Commander?’ as the doors open and Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) is waiting.
‘Permission granted, sirs. Welcome to the Titan,’ she says, as Picard adds, ‘Why don’t you do us the honor, Commander?’
‘Engage,’ Seven of Nine says as the Titan takes off, which brings the trailer to an end.
For those who missed the live stream for the Star Trek Day celebration, the conversations will be available to stream on-demand on Paramount Plus.
Nailed it: Christina Chong was the epitome of stylish in a glimmering green maxi dress with a long-sleeved
Unveiled: Paramount Plus debuted a special treat for fans on the Star Trek Day, unveiling the first trailer for the final season of Star Trek: Picard
New footage: The new footage was first introduced on stage by series star Patrick himself during the globally live-streamed Star Trek Day celebration on Thursday