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For the last couple of summers TrekMovie has reported the fun Trek in the Park plays from the Atomic Arts theater company in Portland, OR. Now the group has gained new famed, being featured in the latest episode of IFC’s comedy Portlandia. Check out a clip of that below, plus a clip of Star Trek and Battlestar Galactica’s Ron Moore guest starring in a BSG-themed segment.BSG,Celebrity,Fandom,Sci-Fi , comments closed
The critically acclaimed, but very, very low-rated, sci-fi drama series Caprica, co-created by Star Trek vet Ron Moore, has been canceled by Syfy, the network announced today. Five original episodes remain to be aired but they’ll be pulled from the schedule effective immediately. More details below, plus Ron Moore talks about differentiating Star Trek and Battlestar Galactica.BSG,DS9 , comments closed
Star Trek vet Ronald Moore wrote sixty episodes during his tenure with the franchise, half of which were for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Moore went on to create the dark reboot of Battlestar Galactica, which he now says was born in the DS9 writers room.
Ron Moore Inks New TV Development Deal With Sony May 3, 2010by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: BSG,Celebrity,DS9,Sci-Fi,TNG , comments closed
Recently Brannon Braga, the man with the most Star Trek writing credits, inked a big TV development deal with Fox and soon signed on as showrunner for Steven Spielberg’s time-travel dinosaur series. Now comes news that the man with the 2nd most writing credits, Ron Moore, has also got a new TV deal, this time with Sony, which will hopefully result in even more new sci-fi TV. Details below.
Ron Moore Interested In Creating New Star Trek TV Series April 7, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: BSG,Celebrity,Trek on TV , comments closed
Before co-creating the revamped Battlestar Galactica (and the spin-off, Caprica), Ron Moore began his writing and producing career working on Star Trek (TNG & DS9). And in a new interview, Moore said that if given a chance, he would love to Trek again.
It looks like veteran Trek-writer Ron Moore may continue to emulate the Star Trek franchise as he is in talks with Syfy to expand the Battlestar Galactica franchise into a fourth series. Plus, indications are also good that Syfy will pick up the BSG prequel Caprica for a second season.
Briefing For Ron Moore’s ‘Virtuality’ TV Movie (and possible series Pilot) Airing Tonight June 26, 2009by Rosario T. Calabria , Filed under: BSG,Sci-Fi , comments closed
Virtuality is a 2 hour TV movie (and possible pilot for a series) from Trek and BSG vets Ron Moore and Michael Taylor. Set aboard "Earth’s first starship", Virtuality is the first new space-based sci-fi on network television since Star Trek Enterprise went off the air in 2005. To get you ready, we have all you need to know below including a synopsis, previews, interview snippets and more.
Star Trek TOS Nominated For TCA Heritage Award + Lost, Fringe & BSG Nominated For Awards June 7, 2009by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: BSG,Fringe,Sci-Fi,TOS , comments closed
The new Star Trek is just starting to pick up awards, but the original Star Trek isn’t done yet. The nominees for the 25th annual Television Critics Awards have been announced and the original series Star Trek was nominated for the ‘Heritage Award’. In addition some shows from Trek veterans are also nominated for TCA awards.BSG , comments closed
This is frakkin it! Tonight is the two-hour series finale of Battlestar Galactica. Tonight’s episodes, "Daybreak, Parts 2 and 3", will see Adama leading the Galactica on one last mission. We have previews for that, plus the latest frakkin links and more, including a follow-up on the United Nations panel.
Sci Fi Channel Changes Name to ‘SyFy’ — Really? March 16, 2009by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: BSG,Editorial,ENT,Sci-Fi,TNG , comments closed
Starting in July, if you tune to the Sci Fi Channel to watch reruns of Star Trek The Next Generation or Star Trek Enterprise or Ron Moore’s Battlestar Galactica you will notice that the channel has a new name ‘SyFy.’ NBC Universal announced the change this morning saying that it will ‘broaden the appeal’ of the network. Really?BSG , comments closed
The final chapters of "Battlestar Galactica" are at hand. Tonight’s episode, "Daybreak, Part 1", is the first part of the series’ two-week/three-hour series finale. We have previews for that, plus the latest frakkin links and more, including details on a United Nations panel about the show. [UPDATE: new comments from Ron Moore]
BSG Preview: “Islanded in a Stream of Stars” March 6, 2009by Rosario T. Calabria , Filed under: BSG , comments closed
Tonight is the last episode before the three hour series finale (spread over two weeks) for our adopted show, Battlestar Galactica. "Islanded in a Stream of Stars" has some more loose ends to tie up, including with the ship herself. See below for all the preview goodness, plus the latest frakkin links.
BSG Preview: “Someone to Watch Over Me” February 27, 2009by Rosario T. Calabria , Filed under: BSG , comments closed
We are headed into the final stretch with the 7th episode of BSG Season 4.5, and let’s hope it is better than last week’s entry. Tonight’s "Someone to Watch Over Me" looks to be Kara-centric and should answer some questions. We have previews for that, plus the latest frakkin lins, f DVD art, and more, including the trailer that Richard Hatch was pushing before Ron Moore got his hands on BSG.
BSG Preview: “Deadlock” [UPDATE: New Larson BSG movie?] February 20, 2009by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: BSG , comments closed
Last week’s episode of Battlestar was a lot to take in, finally coming clean on a lot of mythology and backstory. This week in "Deadlock" they now have to deal with the fallout. We have the latest previews for "Deadlock", plus lots of links to follow-ups on last week’s episode, including interviews and Q&A with the writers. So what the frak are you waiting for? [UPDATE: New BSG film in the works?]
BSG Preview: “No Exit” February 13, 2009by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: BSG , comments closed
Tonight is the halfway mark of season 4.5 of Battlestar Galactica and it is another one of those ‘all will be revealed’ episodes. We have all the previews you could want of "No Exit", plus recap of last week’s episode, the latest interviews and videos and more frakin links below.
BSG Preview: “Blood on the Scales” + Caprica Coming To DVD In April February 6, 2009by Rosario T. Calabria , Filed under: BSG,Sci-Fi , comments closed
Last week’s episode Battlestar Galactica, "The Oath," ended with those dreaded word ‘to be continued’ and so this week they pick up where they left off with "Blood on the Scales" the fourth of the final 10 episodes of BSG. In our weekly BSG Preview we have clips, details, interview links and videos, plus more frakin links all about BSG, including news on the release of the Caprica BSG prequel on DVD.
BSG Preview: “The Oath” January 30, 2009by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: BSG , comments closed
Tonight the "The Oath," the third of the final 10 episodes of Battlestar Galactica airs and the tensions are rising. In our weekly BSG Preview we have clips, details, interview links and videos, plus all the latest news on what is up with that frakin’ fleet of colonials.
BSG Preview: “A Disquiet Follows My Soul” January 23, 2009by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: BSG , comments closed
Last week Battlestar Galactica came back with a big bang (literally) and also had a major reveal, but there are still nine episodes to go with much more to find out. The ragtag fleet is back tonight with a brand new episode, and as we do every week with new episodes we have previews below, plus all the fallout from last week’s episode and more.
BSG Preview: Season 4.5 Is Here + Olmos as Picard? January 16, 2009by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: BSG , comments closed
The ragtag fleet is back! Tonight the first of the final 10 episodes of Battlestar Galactica airs and so TrekMovie brings back our weekly BSG previews. Tonight’s episode "Sometimes a Great Notion" is the first BSG (not counting webisodes) in six months. We have all the latest on BSG (plus some Trek connections) to get you started.
Galactica VFX Team And Other Trek Vets Take Home Creative Arts Emmys September 13, 2008by Charles Trotter , Filed under: BSG,Celebrity,Trek Franchise , comments closed
Next weekend the primetime Emmy Awards will be handed out, but tonight the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences handed out the Creative Arts Emmys in Los Angeles. Many Trek alumni walked away as winners, including a team of Trek vets led by Gary Hutzel who took home statuettes for their work on Ron Moore’s Battlestar Galactica.