It’s official: Battlestar Galactica mastermind Ron Moore is headed back to Syfy. But this time he’s trading spaceships for a claustrophobic, Thing-esque thriller.
Awesome news everyone! It seems Ron Moore may be rekindling his love affair with Syfy. Rumor has it the network is finalizing a deal for a 13-episode series order on a dark thriller called Helix.
Battlestar Galactica fans, rejoice—Ron Moore is coming back to television! What's he up to now? A time-traveling fantasy series that could finally capture that early BSG magic with a dash of Game of Thrones tossed in for good measure.
Ron Moore, the man most responsible for the reimagined Battlestar Galactica, is in a reimagining mood—and is reportedly in the early stages of developing a new take on the '60s western adventure The Wild, Wild West.
Ron "Battlestar Galactica" Moore is creating a new sci-fi pilot for NBC, a show Deadline calls "an adult Harry Potter set in a world ruled not by science but by magic." Which really doesn't sound much like Harry Potter to us since Harry Potter is all about kids and magic, but we get the gist.
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