"Star Trek: Picard" is ready to engage.

CBS All-Access announced the official title of the upcoming series starring Patrick Stewart as his iconic "The Next Generation" captain, Jean-Luc Picard.

The title is simple and straightforward: "Star Trek: Picard."

At the upfronts, CBS also unveiled the show's official logo:

Stewart played the wise and inspiring leader on the syndicated TV series from 1987 to 1994, then in four feature films.

Not much is known about the story of the new show, aside from following Picard in the next stage of his life. Showrunner Alex Kurtzman has said it will be "extremely different" from previous series, including its CBS All-Access sibling "Discovery."

"'Discovery' is a bullet. 'Picard' is a very contemplative show," he explained. "It will find a balance between the speed of 'Discovery' and the nature of what 'Next Gen' was, but I believe it will have its own rhythm."

Joining Stewart are cast members Alison Pill,Santiago Cabrera, and Michelle Hurd.

"Star Trek: Picard" does not yet have a premiere date.