If you're already going through Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome withdrawal, these new clips just might be the cure.
If you've never gotten into any of the incarnations of Battlestar Galactica in the past, now's your chance.
Though most Battlestar Galactica fans probably already checked out the prequel series Blood and Chrome when it debuted online last year, we’ve been waiting to hear exactly when the web series would formally debut on TV. Now we know.
If Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome's Lieutenant Coker Fasjovik seems a touch familiar, it's because his DNA might just have a hint of a very significant character from Battlestar Galactica, according to executive producer David Eick and actor Ben Cotton, who plays the battle-weary Coker.
It's finally here—the epic finale of the Battlestar Galactica prequel series Blood and Chrome. The best part? The secret mission is finally revealed, and in classic BSG fashion, there are some great twists along the way.
We're on the downhill trek to the finale of Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome, and the penultimate episodes have been released. It looks like the Cylon War is about to get really, really hands on for young Bill Adama.
The 10-part Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome web series rages on, and episodes 5-6 are chock full of massive battlestar space fights as the team arrives on a Hoth-like planet. So what does young Bill Adama find there?
With the first few episodes of Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome now in the wild, Machinima Prime has announced the release schedule for the remaining episodes in the BSG prequel web series. Want to know what's coming next?
Two new episodes of Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome are live, and take us deeper into Cylon-occupied space. If you've been waiting for some good Cylon Raider dogfights, your wait is over.
As the eagerly anticipated Battlestar Galactica prequel Blood and Chrome made its way through the development process, some rumors flew around saying Syfy "rejected" the series as a pilot and decided to instead run it as a web series. Now, producer David Eick wants to set the record straight.