After yesterday’s Fringe finale, I’ve found myself thinking of what a good final episode needs in order to fully satisfy the expectations of its viewers (and especially the long-term fans). Surely it’s something more than just tying up all the loose ends, right…?
With today’s premiere online of Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome, Spinoff Online talks with creator David Eick and star Luke Pasqualino about what fans can expect from the BSG prequel.
Machinima’s YouTube channel will air Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome in 10 seven- to 12-minute increments over the next four weeks, beginning Friday.
ABC given a script commitment to a television adaptation of the 2001 Heath Ledger film A Knight’s Tale from Battlestar Galactica developer Ron Moore and Sony Pictures Television.
Community will get a visit from Battlestar Galactica alum Tricia Helfer, who will guest star as big fan of Inspector Spacetime, the comedy’s Doctor Who-like series.
Battlestar Galactica star Edward James Olmos spoke with fans at Emerald City Comicon in Seattle about his career, his activism, cultural diversity in film and television, and how music helped him to connect with William Adama.
After an unauthorized trailer for Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome caught fire online this week, Syfy has announced the prequel won’t move forward as a television show but may still have a future as a digital series.
A teaser trailer emerged at WonderCon for Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome, the Syfy prequel to Ronald D. Moore’s acclaimed reimagining of the 1970s space opera.
Ralph McQuarrie, who was a concept artist for the first three Star Wars films, helping to create such iconic characters as Darth Vader, R2-D2 and C-3PO, has died at age 82.
Anonymous writer John Orloff has been hired to pen Bryan Singer’s big-screen adaptation of the 1970s TV series Battlestar Galactica.
Bryan Singer talks about the end of Excalibur, his desire to still work on Battlestar Galactica, and his new web series H Plus.
Take a bunch of random people, stick them on a space ship and make sure that they have no way of getting home any time soon, and definitely not without some level of discomfort and entertaining – to other people, of course – adventures. Yes, it’s a classic TV trope, and one that keeps producing greatness. Welcome to the five best lost-in-space shows.