18 November 2012 9:08 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

When the most recent incarnation of Battlestar Galactica (BSG) ended in 2009 I found myself scurrying to find a replacement series of equal space operatic caliber. I found nothing, falling on Fringe to provide what little sci-fi greatness my TV could muster. I clung to the notion that a BSG prequel was in production, but alas, 2010’s Caprica was far from what fans were looking for. Many would say the original Star Trek was the greatest televised space epic. Others might argue that Star Trek: The Next Generation holds that crown. Still others would protest that Firefly is unsurpassed in all of its space pirate glory. Not me. For me, Ronald D. Moore and David Eick’s 2003 re-imagining of Glen Larson’s 1978 Battlestar Galactica series resonated most for its questions on existence and creation, and a full-bodied depiction of war at a time when war was prevalent in our every day lives. »

- Tony Nunes

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