CBS All Access is ordering more adventures of Picard after picking up “Star Trek: Picard” for a second season. The renewal comes just over a month before the series premiere on the streaming platform.

Deadline broke the news, reporting that the second season will start off with 10 episodes, just like the first.

The new series picks up years after “Star Trek: The Next Generation” where we find former Enterprise captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) living in isolation. The story is speculated to take place after the death of Data in the film “Nemesis” and sometime after the destruction of Romulus in the film reboot “Star Trek.”

The series also stars Isa Briones, Alison Pill, Santiago Cabrera, Michelle Hurd, and Harry Treadaway. Original cast members Brent Spiner, Jeri Ryan, Jonathan Frakes, Marina Sirtis, and Jonathan Del Arco will reportedly be making appearances in the first season. Frakes also directed some episodes of the new series.

CBS has yet to comment on the news of the renewal, however, Deadline revealed the second season has "has been allocated over $20.4 million in California tax incentives."

Stewart serves as an executive producer on the project, with Michael Chabon acting as showrunner for the series, which was developed by Alex Kurtzman. Production for “Star Trek: Picard” began in April in California and wrapped filming in September.

“Star Trek: Picard” will make its premiere on Thursday, Jan. 23. CBS All Access will then drop episodes every week afterward. No date has been released on when to expect the second season to drop, but Deadline reports Season 2 could go into production as early as next spring.

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Patrick Stewart, pictured here at the Aug. 10 series premiere party for "Blunt Talk," recently confirmed his role in the new "Wolverine" movie. Getty