David Letterman just celebrated the three-decade mark in his career as a late-night talk show host. And with all those shows under his...
Saturday Night Live's Fred Armisen promises you're not going to want to miss the latest episode of his sketch comedy show, Portlandia, which airs on IFC tonight at 10 p.m. ET. The series, which features Armisen and Sleater-Kinney singer Carrie Brownstein as different characters in Portland, tackles sacred sci-fi territory: Battlestar Galactica.
Everyone's favorite hot-headed fighter pilot has just been cast in the third Riddick movie.
Selling the original Battlestar Galactica to a mass television audience wasn't quite as simple as saying "Hey, if you liked Star Wars, you'll love this!" To that end, someone thought it'd be a great idea to get titanic fantasy artist Frank Frazetta to create these lush illustrations for the ad campaign. And it was.
Remember that very crude, very funny Game of Thrones videogame parody we posted a few months ago? The team who brought you that terrific clip are back, this time with a parody of Battlestar Galactica ("The Good One"). We hope you watch this ... but not at work.
Portlandia is a sketch-comedy show on the Independent Film Channel about hipster life in Portland, Oregon. You might not have heard of it. But the creators of Portlandia have certainly heard of Battlestar Galactica.
Stumped on what to give your favorite Syfy viewer this holiday season? If so, you're in luck, because we've collected 21 awesome toys, replicas, books and devices inspired by some of Syfy's most popular shows past and present.
Not content to swallow up genre viewers with zombies, AMC is moving into alien territory, buying the UFO-centric Thunderstruck, with one of Battlestar Galactica's masterminds on board.
New Battlestar Galactica writer John Orloff has been talking. And from what he says, it seems like Bryan Singer's movie reboot may have more to do with Ron Moore's BSG universe than we originally thought. Or not. Are you confused yet?
Bryan Singer's Battlestar Galactica has taken one step closer to becoming a reality! Hollywood vet John Orloff has been signed to pen the long in-development (and we do mean long) film adaptation, and he's psyched.