Blood & Chrome
'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!
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!
We've enjoyed having 'Battlestar Galactica' back in our lives with the Machinima mini-series 'Blood & Chrome,' but tomorrow that universe comes to a close once more as the web-series debuts its finale. The series will debut on Syfy next year as a feature-length presentation, followed by an unrated home release, but who wants to wait until then? Get your first look at the 'Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome' finale inside, and find out which character might not make it through the episode!
It's Friday, and you know what that means! Sure, there's an end to the average work-week, a likelihood of libation and lachrymose languor, but most importantly of all it means two new fresh episodes of Syfy's 'Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome'! So, does the action kick up a notch this week, or are we still kicking around in the snow? Find out about the latest Cylon action inside!
It may be Black Friday, leaving one half of the populace scrambling to find the best deals in stores and online (just like you can!), and the other still in a tryptophan coma from last night's over-indulgence, but that doesn't mean the world stops spinning! Even better than holiday shopping, we've got the fifth and sixth epsiodes of 'Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome' to be frakkin' grateful for! So what's next for Adama and Coker? Find out inside!
Whether because we truly missed the franchise, or because we've been waiting since 2010 to see it, in its first two episodes 'Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome' has lived up to everything we expected it to be. We have to imagine things will get even crazier when Syfy broadcasts the series in its entirety as a full-length movie next year, or even the unrated DVD release, but how would you like to check out the next installments in the Machinima series right now?
Thank the gods! It's been a long time coming since we first heard news of another 'Battlestar Galactica' prequel being produced at Syfy, but especially arduous considering all the development and distribution trouble that prevented 'Blood & Chrome' from going to regular series. The day has finally arrived, as Machinima has premiered not just one, but the first two episodes of the new 10-part series! So, does the "Blood & Chrome" fly, or is it just a frakkin' mess?
Earlier this week, we were ecstatic to learn that 'Battlestar Galatica's' long-awaited prequel series 'Blood & Chrome' would finally make its debut this Friday, November 9, albeit not in the full-series pickup we had hoped for. The pilot movie will instead be divided into 10 short episodes, to be displayed on Machinima before debuting in its entirety on Syfy next year. With that in mind, how would you like to see the first harrowing clip of a young William Adama in action?