TNT's alien action-drama 'Falling Skies' won't air its third season until Sunday June 9, but already the acclaimed series has made a major change in anticipation of a fourth season pickup. Season 2 and 3 showrunner Remi Aubuchon will step down from the series, tasking former 'Battlestar Galactica' and fellow 'Caprica' showrunner David Eick to take his place, but will anything change for 'Falling Skies' season 4? Find out about the future of the series inside!
Among Syfy's numerous pilot offerings for the 2013-14 pilot season, we're most excited to get a look at 'Helix,' a dark new sci-fi thriller executive produced by 'Battlestar Galactica' redux creator and show-runner Ron Moore. The hotly-anticipated new series has just given out its first teaser trailer, but is it as dark and unsettling as we've dreamed? Get a first look at Ron Moore's new Syfy thriller 'Helix' inside!
No, it's not another 'Battlestar Galactica' prequel in the vein of the recent 'Blood & Chrome,' but we'll take any excuse to get series creator Ron Moore's work back on TV. Following initial reports in January, Syfy has officially ordered the 'Battlestar Galactica' helmer's new sci-fi series 'Helix' for a full 13 episodes, but will Moore himself be at the helm? Find out the genetic make-up of Ron Moore's new series 'Helix' inside!
We're still surprised AMC decided to revive controversial murder-mystery 'The Killing' for a third season at all, let alone that the Seattle-based drama has continued to add so many new regulars to the season. Following the major casting of Peter Sarsgaard as the season's villain and numerous other series regulars, 'The Killing' has now added 'Battlestar Galactica' vet Aaron Douglas and 'Flashpoint' star Hugh Dillon into the mix as a series regular, but who will the new 'Killing' season 3 stars play?
'Battlestar Galatica' prequel mini-series 'Blood & Chrome' may have been kicked around a bit by Syfy before landing its debut on Machinima, and more recently airing in full on the TV network, but that hasn't stopped the Adama-centric prequel from gaining steam. Not only does 'Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome' hit shelves today in its unrated glory, but the network has released a number of deleted scenes and BTS featurettes from the film! Check out what you might have missed from 'Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome' inside!
A long time ago, in a very different galaxy far, far away, 'Battlestar Galactica' fans were excited by the prospect of their favorite Syfy series being resurrected as the prequel effort "Blood & Chrome," chronicling a young William Adama in the days of the first Cylon war. Syfy passed on the project as a series, and seemingly shelved the outing altogether before airing the pilot movie in pieces as a web series. Now as promised Syfy has issued an official premiere date for 'Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome' to air on the network in its entirety, so find out when inside!
Even though Syfy's brief 'Battlestar Galactica' revival mini-series "Blood & Chrome" didn't exactly light the world on fire, any sci-fi fan would recognize series creator Ron Moore's contribution to science fiction across the board. Recently rumored to have written episodes of the (potentially) shelved 'Star Wars' TV series, Moore's next project will most likely take him back to the Syfy channel, as the writer nears a deal for a straight-to-series order of a new "dark thriller" titled 'Helix.' Find out the make-up of Ron Moore's new series inside!
Not only is The CW's 'Arrow' enjoying a bullseye of a first season both critically and commercially, but the gritty DC superhero series seems laser-focused on casting the iconic stars of cult sci-fi for guest roles. Recently 'Torchwood's John Barrowman emerged as a major villain, with upcoming turns from 'Fringe's Seth Gabel and 'Teen Wolf's Colton Haynes, but now 'Battllestar Galactica' veteran James Callis will appear on the series as "The Dodger" in 2013. Find out about his mysterious character inside!
And so, it has come to an end. For weeks now we've been grateful to have 'Battlestar Galactica' back in our lives, if only for the briefest moments, as Machinima aired weekly installments of prequel mini-series 'Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome.' The series will be broadcast in its entirety on Syfy next year, with an unrated home release to follow thereafter, but how would you like to see the final episodes right now? Plus, surprise returns from the original series? You know it!