A recent article in Slate calls Battlestar Galactica a safe haven for "chauvinist pigs. Slate's Juliet Lapidos says Battlestar never lived up to the feminist agenda that its detractors accused it of having. If you'll recall, the new series' transformation of the macho pilot Starbuck from cigar-chomping dude to cigar-chomping chick caused a huge ruckus.
During the Occupation of Capricashe oversaw the capture of a Colonial officer, Lt. Karl "Helo" Agathon of Galactica. With Agathon being a Number Eight infiltrator's ECO, she impersonated Sharon "Boomer" Valerii to win his trust and slowly develop a romanto-sexual relationship as part of an experiment into the viability of human-Cylon reproduction.
He describes adding nudity to the franchise, explains how the movie answers lingering questions, and dishes on his role in Green Hornet. Q: Was directing this Battlestar movie different than directing a normal episode of the series? A: Oh yeah.
Moore of Outlander and Battlestar Galactica. These TV moms deserve more than a bunch of flowers come Mothers' Day…. For the late August edition of G! News, we cover the latest film, television, and gaming news, plus Andrew Bujalski of Support the Girls.
Ronald D. Moore developed the series, and it won numerous awards under his supervision. Despite high-quality TV shows having debuted since the series ended init still ranks among the best TV shows ever created.
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It was so, so good, and it's been all but forgotten. Battlestar Galactica was so, so good. It was a fiercely intelligent, incredibly exciting, appointment-viewing show for the whole five years of its run from to
Buckle up for some California beach talk as Tricia and Marc revisit Part 2 of "Resurrection Ship," the episode featuring hot men in hot handcuffs that for some reason inspires a discussion about Gus Van Sant's remake of Psycho. Also, learn the different names for Tricia's toes after they went numb for a week following Comic-Con. Tricia and Marc are all up in the first of a two-part story in which the stakes are so high, even Adama can't help but look a little Sometimes you've got so much good material, you might as well just make two episodes out of it.
When the "Battlestar Galactica" miniseries premiered inviewers could be forgiven for having low expectations. Three and a half seasons later, "Battlestar Galactica" has become one of TV's smartest series. It has won a Peabody Award, made the Sci Fi Channel a reputable cable outlet, and revolutionized science fiction on television.
The show was developed by Ronald D. Moore and executive produced by Moore and David Eick as a re-imagining of the Battlestar Galactica television series created by Glen A. The pilot for the series first aired as a three-hour miniseries comprising four broadcast hours in two parts in December on the Sci-Fi Channelwhich was then followed by four regular seasons, ending its run on March 20,