Picard Season 3’s Todd Stashwick Shares Captain Shaw BTS, Hopes For Star Trek: Legacy

  • Todd Stashwick, who played Shaw, shared a behind-the-scenes photo and video of himself in character, reminding fans that Shaw was the actual captain of the USS Titan-A until his death in episode 9 of season 3.
  • Captain Liam Shaw, initially disliked by Star Trek fans, became more popular after revealing his tragic backstory as a survivor of the Borg's Wolf 359 massacre.
  • Although Shaw died in season 3, there is a plan to bring him back if Star Trek: Legacy, a potential spinoff, gets made. Showrunner Terry Matalas has a way to bring Shaw back and fans are campaigning for the spinoff to happen. #StarTrekLegacy
Star Trek: Picard season 3's breakout star, Todd Stashwick, shares a funny behind-the-scenes photo and video of him playing Captain Liam Shaw. Stashwick initially believed Star Trek fans would loathe Shaw, who was cold and rude to Admiral Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) and Captain Will Riker (Jonathan Frakes). But a funny thing happened as Picard season 3 continued, and fans came around to Shaw, especially after Liam revealed his tragic backstory as a survivor of the Borg's Wolf 359 massacre of Starfleet in Star Trek: The Next Generation.
On Twitter/X, Todd Stashwick shared a pic of Captain Liam Shaw, phaser in hand, sitting in the USS Titan-A's center seat, as well as a video of Shaw on the bridge with Admiral Picard and Captain Riker. It's an apt reminder that, despite a few people taking command, Liam Shaw was the actual Captain of the Titan until his death in Star Trek: Picard season 3, episode 9. Check out Stashwick's post below:
Last week, Todd Stashwick also shared Screen Rant's article about fans launching a Star Trek: Picard season 3 rewatch campaign in hopes of showing Paramount+ the rampant interest in Picard's proposed spinoff, Star Trek: Legacy, with Terry Matalas as showrunner. Check out that post below:


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