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While he hasn’t exactly become a household name (unless you live in a household that loves sci-fi), Jamie Bamber has been keeping busy since the completion of Syfy’s Battlestar Galactica. In addition to a steady gig on Law & Order: UK, he’s appeared on House and CSI: Miami. We also came close to seeing him in a starring role on network TV, but NBC ended up passing on the Precinct 17 pilot. Now, it looks like he may be headed back to cable for the British actor.
Portlandia’s return is one of many reasons to be grateful that 2012 has officially started. If you’re a fan of the IFC comedy series and Battlestar Galactica, there’s even more reason to look forward to the series’ return, as Season 2 is set to include “One Moore Episode,” which celebrates the love (or obsession) with Battlestar Galactica.
One of the reasons to look forward to the second season of IFC’s Portlandia, for those of us who like good comedy and good sci-fi, is the Battlestar Galactica-themed episode, which is set to air. We just received word that those of us who are anxiously awaiting Portlandia's “One Moore Episode” won’t have to wait long! While the episode is scheduled to air on IFC on January 13th, it’s premiering online this weekend.
Christmas may still be a few days away, but IFC has given us an early gift, which will likely appeal most to those of us who love Portlandia and Battlestar Galactica. This new clip from Portlandia’s upcoming second season will especially hit home for those of us who jumped into Battlestar Galactica (Jump!) partway through the series or after it finished airing.
Got time for twenty-one seconds of awesome? Take a look at what the Community opening credits might look like in Parks and Recreation-land. This video mash-up is pretty great!
Fans of Battlestar Galactica, and more specifically Jamie Bamber, might want to start watching Body of Proof if they aren’t already. Word is, the former BSG star is set to appear in multiple episodes of the ABC drama series. Details (spoilers!) on his role ahead!
That is, if Blood and Chrome ever appears on network television at all. Syfy appears to be in no hurry to announce a release date for the movie, much less the series. Vice president of original programming at Syfy, Mark Stern, has even announced the network is weighing whether Blood and Chrome will appear as an online series or will be brought in as a backdoor pilot on the network, as was originally planned.
I’m still not entirely sure TV needs a continuation of The Firm, but I’m trying to keep an open mind about the project and this latest bit of casting news has me intrigued. Boarding the drama series is a Cylon and a natural born killer (or actors who have played such roles in the past.)
Perfect timing. Just as the television world is being shaken and stirred, we, thanks to the new doc Showrunners, get a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the most important position in TV production...the showrunner. For anyone interested in the behind-the-scenes world of television production, as told through the creative eyes that have made so many of your favorite shows, Showrunners is a must.
Like those new fries at Wendy’s or the first ten minutes of Up!, Battlestar Galactica sucks you in with its all-encompassing awesomeness. For two and a half seasons, it thunders forward like an unstoppable juggernaut of brilliant social commentary, only to go up in flames and perish a poor imitation of itself
There’s some good news pertaining to the adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower series. It was announced today that Mark Verheiden has been signed on to co-write the NBC TV series alongside Akiva Goldsman.
After yesterday’s news that James Callis was set to join fellow Battlestar Galactica star Jamie Bamber in Ron Moore’s new NBC pilot, I wondered if anyone else from the excellent Syfy series would sign on for 17th Precinct. As it turns out, good things come in three’s… or Sixes, as it were.
There’s some big casting news for the upcoming Battlestar Galactica prequel Blood and Chrome. Word is, young Adama and his boss have been cast.
One of the biggest selling points for The Cape for me is the involvement of musical composer Bear McCreary. Tom Wheeler, creator of NBC’s The Cape, told us the theme rocks and given McCreary’s previous work, I doubt that’s an exaggeration.
As much as you may hope that Ronald Moore will just return to television and make more Battlestar Galactica until the end of time, the guy needs to move on