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“Another Life”: Katee Sackhoff Sci-Fi Drama Lands Official Trailer

Only a day after Netflix revealed an official teaser for Katee Sackhoff-starring sci-fi drama Another Life, fans are now getting a fuller look at the series with the release of the first official trailer. Stemming from showunner Aaron Martin (Killjoys) and executive producer Noreen Halpern (Haven) and set to premiere on Thursday, July 25, Sackhoff […]

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“Another Life”: Katee Sackhoff’s Netflix Sci-Fi Drama Blasts Off This July [IMAGES]

Netflix has finally given viewers a launch date for its Katee Sackhoff-starring sci-fi drama Another Life, along with some first-looks at the series’ “launch window” (we’ll stop with the astronaut jokes now). Stemming from showunner Aaron Martin (Killjoys) and executive producer Noreen Halpern (Haven) and set to premiere on Thursday, July 25, Sackhoff leads the […]

Ronald D. Moore on Controversial Series Endings: “Writers Rooms Aren’t a Democracy”

We’re probably years away from the Westeros snow and ash settling following the ending of HBO’s Game of Thrones, and that is turning attention to other tv series with “controversial” endings. Personally, as a fan, I have little to no issues with the ending of seminal reimagined science fiction modern series Battlestar Galactica, but there have always […]

Classic Battlestar Galactica to Join Eaglemoss’s Fleet of High-Grade Collectibles

Both versions of the Battlestar Galactica, the original 1978 as well as the re-imagined 2003 are easily among the most recognizable spacecraft designs in cinematic (and television) history. The Big G has her place alongside the Millennium Falcon and the Enterprise. Now Eaglemoss has announced that the original design from the ’78 series will be […]

RUMOR: Battlestar Galactica Online is Closing at the End of This Month

Battlestar Galactica Online has been the subject of various shutdown rumors in the past, and with the New Year just behind us, another shutdown rumor appeared. The newest report springs from a website calling itself, which is hosted at and includes an “Official BSGO Announcement” about the servers shutting down at the end of the […]

Writer Jay Basu Added to ‘Battlestar Galactica’ Film

Sounds like someone is spinning up their FTLs on that much maligned Battlestar Galactica feature film, as a new writer has been added to the project. The Girl In The Spider’s Web scribe Jay Basu has reportedly been tapped to write a new version of the script for the film, taking over the position from Westworld co-creator Lisa Joy. Sounds like Francis […]

Action Stations: SYFY’s New ‘Battlestar Galactica’ Podcast Just Launched

Remember how we told you about a week ago that to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Ronald D. Moore‘s reimagined Battlestar Galactica series mini series, SYFY was launching a new podcast hosted by Tricia Helfer and Marc Bernadin? Well, the first episode just released, and you can listen to it now! Each podcast will cover one episode of the first […]

‘Battlestar Galactica’ Podcast Hosted by Caprica Six Coming to SYFY Wire

Perhaps one of the single best examples of when a reboot goes well, Ronald D. Moore‘s reimagined Battlestar Galactica is about to celebrate a big milestone. It’s been 15 years since the mini series (later deemed “the pilot” for nuBSG) aired, and SYFY Wire is launching a new podcast for the occasion. The podcast will be hosted […]

Michael Moreci and Breno Tamura Launch a New Battlestar Galactica Comic at Dynamite

Dynamite Entertainment has announced a new Battlestar Galactica comic launching in February, from a creative team including Michael Moreci and Breno Tamura. Called Battlestar Galactica: Twilight Command, the story will focus on space vampires that sparkle in the sunlight. Wait, maybe we should check the press release first. Our bad, it will actually be about […]

Action Stations: Less Than 24 Hours Remaining in SYFY, BSG Auction

We very much enjoy sharing items from film and tv available through auctions, and the Battlestar Galactica collection STILL AVAILABLE is pretty great. Hosted on, this collection includes items from Ronald D. Moore‘s reimagined Battlestar Galactica series, including several cast-signed items. There are other SYFY series included too, like Warehouse 13 and 12 Monkeys. Perhaps the most OUTRAGEOUS/FRAKKING AWESOME […]

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Eaglemoss Brings Battlestar Galactica Ships to NYCC

Eaglemoss will have a few of their die-cast Battlestar Galactica ships available for sale at their booth at NYCC next week. Four ships in all will be available at special convention pricing, so if you have had your eye on them now is the time to pick these up. The Viper Mark II, Cylon Raider, […]

“Kara Remembers” ‘Battlestar Galactica’ Piano Finds Home with Bear McCreary

Fans of the Ronald D. Moore reimagined Battlestar Galactica will no doubt recognize this piano, used in the seminal season 4 episode ‘Someone to Watch Over Me’, and its importance to the tune ‘Kara Remembers’ composed by Bear McCreary. If you have NOT completed that season of BSG, you will definitely want to do that before diving into the importance […]

‘Battlestar Galactica’ Oral History Book Details the Death of Starbuck

Still one of the most successful reboots of a classic television property to date, the reimagined Battlestar Galactica series still holds mysteries and intrigue. Some of these things are looked at in depth in the new tome “So Say We All: The Complete, Uncensored, Unauthorized Oral History of Battlestar Galactica” by authors Mark A. Altman and Edward […]

What Does Ron D. Moore Think About ‘Star Trek’ Fatigue?

Ron D. Moore is sort of science fiction television legend status — having worked in the annals of Star Trek, the short-lived Star Wars tv show that never made it to series, and the reimagined Battlestar Galactica. He also is known for giving extremely thoughtful answers when asked questions at conventions (as we know from […]

Bear McCreary Talks Composing for ‘Godzilla: King of the Monsters’

We can safely say the San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) trailer reveal for Godzilla: King of the Monsters had perhaps the biggest audience response out of anything shown during the Warner Bros. presentation. It’s not hard to see why, as the trailer not only conveys a sense of the large-scale (ha, lizard, scale) destruction we’ll be […]