Battlestar Galactica Prequel Movie Set To Premiere Next Year
Itís hard to believe there are only ten more episodes of Battlestar Galactica left to air. Sure, we have to wait until some unknown date in 2009 to see the first of the remaining episodes but all the same, the series will be coming to an end. Fortunately, we have Caprica to look forward to and now it looks like weíll be getting a prequel TV movie to BSG as well!
Scifi Channel announced today that the special event will air next year sometime after the series finale. Similar to the Razor TV movie, the DVD will be released shortly after the movie premieres on Scifi. Hereís Scifiís brief description:
ďStarting before the events of the miniseries, our story focuses on familiar characters including Cylon Number One, known as Cavil (Stockwell), Resistance Leader Sam T. Anders (Trucco) and Chief Galen Tyrol (Douglas). In the beginning, the Cylons had a plan, but it didn't account for one thing: survivors. During the chaotic aftermath of the destruction, two powerful Cylon agents struggle with plots and priorities on the human ships that got away, and among the resistance fighters who were left behind.Ē
SciFi didnít mention the name of the movie but they did say that Edward James Olmos (who plays Admiral Bill Adama on BSG) will be directing the two-hour event and Jane Espenson will write it. As cool as it is that Olmos is directing, Iím even more excited that Espenson will be writing it. Not only am I a huge fan of her work on Buffy The Vampire Slayer, but Iíve also loved the episodes sheís written for BSG in the past. ďThe HubĒ was one of the best episodes from the first part of this final season of the series.
Sure one could argue that SciFi is making every effort to bank on the popularity of the series for as long as they can but I donít care. I think itís great that in addition to the upcoming new series (also set to premiere sometime next year) Caprica, weíll now have this to look forward to after BSG ends.
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