[NEW FEATURE] There may be no new Star Trek episodes these days (excecpt TOS-R), but Ron Moore’s Battlestar Galactica is keeping it real for ‘space based’ TV series. A Trek fan favorite, the show features many Trek vets behind (and in front) of the camera and so for it’s fourth and final season TrekMovie.com will run a special preview for each Friday’s episode and also BSG news.
Airing tonight, April 11th at 10 PM (9 Central)
“Six of One” [Season 4 Ep. 2]
Synopsis: The Cylons learn that the Final Five are in the Colonial fleet. Some of the Cylons want the Cavil model to stop lobotomizing the Raider ships. Starbuck desperately tries to convince the others that the fleet is going the wrong way in their search for Earth.
Battlestar News of the week (some spoilers):
Moore on final cylon and DVD movies
Ron Moore revealed the final Cylon will be revealed “late in the season” and that it is “possible” there will be more direct-to-DVD movies (like Razor), but there are no current plans. More at Total Scifi
DS9 gave birth to BSG?
BSG supervising producer (and former DS9 writer/producer) David Weddle, talked to SyFy Portal about DS9 and BSG
I think ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ will be seen as a ground-breaking series that made ‘Battlestar Galactica’ possible. Ira Behr saw how ‘Deep Space Nine’ could be an unfolding, epic story. He kicked open a door for all of us and gave us a glimpse of what was possible. Ron Moore embraced this concept [and] applied it brilliantly in ‘Battlestar Galactica.’ Fans could easily look at BSG and DS9 like how fans of westerns of John Ford and Sam Peckinpah are viewed today.
GalacticSiteRep has a spoilery list of upcoming episode titles.