It's okay, relax, we're going to make it through this together. Battlestar Galactica ended its excellent four-year run last Friday, but life will go on sayeth the gods. While we wait for the Battlestar mini-movies to be released, let's not forget about Caprica-- the Battlestar prequel series.
Level 53 user sounddude knows the television industry... that's because he works in the television industry. With experience on shows such as COPS, Extreme Maker: Home Edition, and American Idol, sounddude knows TV from within. But he's no reality junkie; give him some Battlestar Galactica and Twilight Zone and he's happy.
Branding: it's a word you'll hear thrown around by uncreative corporate con artists (read: executives, usually with British accents) who thrive on fooling the public--as well as their coworkers--and making something of their MBA. It's a meaningless makeover that's become standard for stick-up-their-butt companies to stay hip, and the latest to re-brand is The Sci-Fi Channel, which will now be known as…
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Contrary to popular belief, awards season is NOT over. Sure, the bald-headed gold statuettes have been handed out, those globes were distributed a ways back, and the Puppy Bowl already named its M.V.P., but it's time for the geeks to dish out some hardware via the annual Saturn Awards.
Los Angeles' annual PaleyFest is quickly becoming one of the better chances for television fans to see their favorite stars up close in a casual setting. This year's lineup will be particularly of interest to die-hards, as several panels at the two-week-long event represent shows with a cult-like following.
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With Battlestar Galactica riding off into the sunset this year, devoted fans of the series will be turning their attention to Caprica, the Battlestar successor that's actually a prequel. Fortunately they won't have to wait as long as they thought thanks to an early DVD release of the show.
Leading the pack, in terms of scripted drama, is actually the Sci Fi Channel with its bold delivery of Battlestar Galactica episodes just hours after they air in the US.