It's an exciting Battlestar Galactica reunion from the set of Ron Moore's upcoming supernatural drama 17th Precinct in a new pic tweeted by none other than Number Six herself, Tricia Helfer.
As we continue to salivate over Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome—as well as slowly get over the cancelation of Caprica—it's nice to be able to look a single image and get the totality of BSG's twisty storytelling, and how everything impacts everything else.
It's definitely going to be an all-round Battlestar Galactica reunion for Ron Moore's upcoming NBC supernatural series pilot 17th Precinct, since both James Callis and Tricia Helfer have now joined their former BSG castmate Jamie Bamber on the show.
Jeri Ryan may have fueled fanboy dreams, but Tahmoh Penikett did the same for fangirls (and some fanboys, too). Now the Battlestar Galactica and Dollhouse star will be joining the lovely Ms. Ryan in the upcoming Mortal Kombat digital series.
Since filling out the tight pants of Captain Apollo on Battlestar Galactica, Jamie Bamber patrolled the streets of London for Law & Order: UK and explored a brave new world on the BBC's Outcasts. But he's ready to reunite with BSG mastermind Ronald D. Moore and work a little magic.
You can finally do more than just watch Battlestar Galactica—you can LIVE it. Because the long-awaited Battlestar Galactica Online has launched!
What do you do when you have a TV show about a family of superheroes and you need someone to play a "powerful woman" who will be a "potential adversary" for them? Well, you cast Lucy "Xena" Lawless, of course!
Yes, robots can do all sorts of things to aid mankind before their inevitable uprising: build cars, check out your groceries, beat humans at Jeopardy!. But as we celebrate the 90th anniversary of the word robot, it's time to look at the most essential androids: the ones that teach us to love.
If you've been thinking the 'snowpocalypse' and 'snowmageddon' storms that have hit the eastern United States have been bad, here are 17 worlds from around the galaxy that should leave you feeling better about a little snow.
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