The beloved Ron Moore show is available on Blu-ray for 64% off the $210.99 list price. Great frackin’ deal.

Enjoy this great frackin’ deal all week. The acclaimed Syfy series is available in its entirety at 70% off the $299.98 list price. It extends across 21 discs with deleted scenes, behind the scenes featurettes and commentaries.

The beloved Syfy series from 2010 is available in its entirety from Amazon today at a whopping 70% off its $299.98 Blu-ray list price and 63% off its $199.98 DVD list price. Both sets include all five seasons plus behind the scenes, deleted scenes and commentaries.

But beware, that episode of ‘Portlandia’ where they watch ‘BSG’ is totally accurate.


Promo: ’Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome’ Prequel, Coming Online This Friday | EW

Holy frak! That’s 67% off the $350 list price.

The beloved show is 68% off its $279.98 list price this week. That’s a frakking good deal. Just don’t quit your job to watch it. And definitely don’t hunt down Ronald Moore and try to get him to write another episode.

It’s also available on Blu-ray for $115.99 (down from the $350 list price).

'Battlestar Galactica' Reunion '17th Precinct' Pilot Surfaces Online | THR

It’s a police drama from Ron Moore set in a small town with magic and supernatural elements. NBC passed on the series.

Syfy is readying an exciting all-new chapter in the Battlestar Galactica saga with a greenlight forBattlestar Galactica: Blood & Chromefrom Executive Producer David Eick. Universal Cable Productions will produce the 2-hour pilot with Syfy utilizing cutting edge CGI and virtual technology. Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome takes place in the 10th year of the first Cylon war. As the battle between humans and their creation, a sentient robotic race, rages across the 12 colonial worlds, a brash rookie viper pilot enters the fray. Ensign William Adama, barely in his 20’s and a recent Academy graduate, finds himself assigned to the newest battlestar in the Colonial fleet… the Galactica.

How many William Adama at different ages shows can they produce?