Loyal fans of cult film director Tobor Takacs (The Gate, I, Madman, Sabrina the Teenage Witch) know well the terrifying supernatural thrillers The Gate and Gate II, based on characters created by Michael Nankin (Battlestar Galactica, Hell on Wheels). Show More Summary
After seeing this list of the ten best BSG episodes which had some "interesting" choices (the #1 choice, Unfinished Business, is frankly one of the weakest episodes of the series and started the show's most diabolical subplot, the Love...Show More Summary
Donnelly Rhodes has died at 80. The Canadian actor passed away from cancer on Monday, CTV News reports. He is perhaps best known for playing Dr. Cottle on the sci-fi series Battlestar Galactica from 2004 to 2009. Ronald D. Moore, who created the series, took to Twitter to share his condolences.... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Donnelly Rhodes
Donnelly, Rhodes, who played Battlestar Galactica's cigarette-smoking doctor, has died.
'Battlestar' creator Ronald D. Moore said he was a "lovely man."
Canadian TV actor Donnelly Rhodes, best known for his roles in ABC comedy Soap and cult hit Battlestar Galactica, has died aged 80. Rhodes, who most recently starred in The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow as Agent Smith, reportedly died...Show More Summary
The first few scenes of Black Mirror’s standout season-four episode “USS Callister” look like a facsimile space adventure along the lines of Star Trek: The Original Series or the original Battlestar Galactica. But when the story expands, we realize that we’re seeing everything from the perspective of a single character: ... More »
According to Deadline, Ronald D. Moore has signed on to make a big-time space drama for Apple, finally returning him to the big-time space drama genre he revolutionized with the Battlestar Galactica reboot he created and the Star Trek shows he worked on before that (he runs Outlander now, which is significantly more… Read more...
Battlestar Galactica and Outlander craftsman Ronald D. Moore has another sci-fi project on the way, and it sounds interesting.
Apple has placed a straight-to-series order for a new sci-fi drama from Ronald D. Moore, who currently serves as the show runner for “Outlander” and previously developed the hit remake of “Battlestar Galactica,” Variety reports. The as-yet-untitled series takes place in a world where the global space race never ended. Show More Summary
The architect of the Battlestar Galactica reboot, and most recently Starz's adaptation of the time-travel romance Outlander, is heading back to space for a new TV show. The twist is that will be a show made for Apple's growing, but lofty, TV plans. More »
With competition among streaming services growing, the tech giant added an untitled space drama from an executive producer of the rebooted “Battlestar Galactica.”
What the frak is this? According to a report from Deadline, Apple may have actually gotten its hand on a good show – a new space drama from “Battlestar Galactica’s” creator, Ronald D. Moore – to aid in its ambitions in building out its original video content. The still untitled series comes from Sony Pictures Television and Moore’s Tall Ship Productions, and… Read More
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Apple has made its third scripted series order after recruiting former Sony Pictures Television execs Jamie Erlicht and Zack Van Amburg to headline its worldwide video unit in June. The as-yet-untitled space drama will be created and...Show More Summary
Apple has ordered yet another TV series to add to its growing list of star-backed original productions. The company signed network sci-fi luminary Ronald D. Moore, veteran of several Star Trek series and developer of the Battlestar Galactica reboot, to create a completely new space drama. Show More Summary
Apple is making a new space series from the "Star Trek" writer and "Battlestar Galactica" developer Ronald D. Moore. It will be Apple's third original series under its new heads of TV programming. Apple has ordered a new space-themed drama series from Ronald D. Show More Summary
Ronald D. Moore, the brain behind the critically acclaimed remake of "Battlestar Galactica," will pen a new space drama for Apple, as the company continues its push into original TV content to compete with the likes of Netflix, Amazon and Hulu.
The 'Outlander' showrunner previously created the celebrated 'Battlestar Galactica' reboot. read more
EXCLUSIVE: Ronald D. Moore is heading back to space. Apple has given a straight-to-series order to a space drama from the Battlestar Galactica developer. The untitled project hails from Sony Pictures Television and Moore's studio-based...Show More Summary