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You could have done a similar thing with Akiva Goldsman though, who is a writer on the show and wrote Batman Forever and Batman & Robin, among other shitty things. 

Goldsman was a writer and Kurtzman the co-creator on Fringe, which was surprisingly excellent. Neither was involved as showrunner though.

The primary creative force on Picard is Michael Chabon, the Pulitzer Award, Hugo Award-winning novelist and sometimes cited as one of the greatest living American authors, and who's already proven his Star Trek chops by writing possibly the best episode of the franchise since DS9 ended (Calypso). It's impressive they managed to get him to come down to working on a TV show, but he's an old-skool Trek fan.

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