Star Trek: Picard - Season One is a three-disc Blu-ray release featuring the complete first season of Star Trek: Picard. The release came packaged in a standard plastic snapcase within a slipover carton cover. A "limited steelbook" edition was concurrently released with the the standard release in both regions A and B.
While in some cases still being marketed as region-restricted, the releases are in actuality region-free as this has increasingly become commonplace for the Blu-ray format – also explaining the unified inclusion of subtitles and dubbed language audio tracks for all regions.
Commentary: Star Trek: Short Treks: "Children of Mars" (Exclusive) – Executive producer and co-writer Alex Kurtzman, and co-writers Jenny Lumet and Kirsten Beyer, discuss the featured Short Treks episode.
Make It So – The co-creators and Patrick Stewart discuss bringing the iconic character back to the screen, including what was compelling enough to warrant it and the obstacles they had to overcome to make it so.
The Motley Crew (Exclusive) – Working outside of Starfleet, Picard gathers his crew from across the galaxy. This special feature takes a look at the actors and characters that will travel aboard La Sirena.
Aliens Alive: the xBs – A look inside the creative process behind the xBs of Star Trek: Picard, alongside Lead Creature Designer Neville Page, Vincent Van Dyke, and his prosthetics studio team, as well as Make-Up and Prosthetics Department Head James MacKinnon about the process from start to stage.
Picard Props (Exclusive) – Property Master Jeff Lombardi takes fans on a tour of the many props created for Season One of Star Trek: Picard.
Set Me Up – Production Designer Todd Cherniawsky serves as the tour guide for the main stages of Star Trek: Picard, including La Sirena, Picard's study and the Borg Cube. Cherniawsky, Supervising Art Director Iain McFadyen, and Set Decorator Lisa Alkofer also discuss the various designs for the show.
Deleted Scenes (Exclusive)
Gag Reel (Exclusive)
The four-month release delay for Region B is a break in the near simultaneous all regions release tradition, which became commonplace when introduced a little while into the Blu-ray era, and harkens back to the home video release practices in the pre-Blu-ray era. The partial return of the practice is almost certainly conceived as a compromise between the industry and Amazon Prime, the first-time streamer of the series for the rest of the world outside North America, and who has commercial incentives for delaying a home video format as long as possible. (see main article)