Ron Moore is best known to geeks as the man who reinvented Battlestar Galactica, turning it into one of the most acclaimed sci-fi shows in history. He’s finally back with a new creation, Helix, which has a similar plotline to The Thing. (In fact, Moore was going to remake The Thing as a mini-series.)
When a Battlestar Galactica reboot was announced, who thought it was the lamest idea they’d ever heard? Come on, raise your hands, don’t be shy. For me especially, it was a tell-tale sign Hollywood was really out of ideas. Little did we know that Rob Moore would reinvent the franchise, and turn it into one of the best science fiction shows in years.
The SyFy channel has posted the very first trailer for Helix, a new series created by Ron Moore of Battlestar Galactica fame.
Syfy recently ordered a 13-episode season of Helix, a new sci-fi series by Battlestar Galactica creator, Ronald D. Moore.
Several years ago, I watched a Q&A with legendary genre author Harlan Ellison who praised the rebooted Battlestar Galactica.
When Lucasfilm was sold to Disney, for a moment you wondered how many more Star Wars stories were there left to tell.
ABC has bought a project from Battlestar Galactica re-creator Ron Moore which readapts the 2001 film.
When I first heard about Battlestar Galactica coming back from the dead, like I do with most remake announcement these days, I rolled my eyes and uttered "Oh, please."
Frak! Syfy may be planning to create a new spinoff of the popular Battlestar Galactica series.