Tonight is the end of a great Sci-Fi series. It's been a tremendous ride and a great triumph for Ronald D. Moore, all the other very talented writers,
Tonight is the end of a great Sci-Fi series. It's been a tremendous ride and a great triumph for Ronald D. Moore, all the other very talented writers, actors and everyone else that worked on the show. The look and feel of the space drama was intense and as suffocating to us as it was to the crew. The plot line is really about how people interact on the confined spaces of a battleship out at sea. Only the great blue waters are now the infinite wonders of space. From the mini-series until it's conclusion tonight---they have given us a great ride.
Frequently described by reviewers as "the best show on television," Newsday summed up "Battlestar's" rocket-fuelled magic like this: "You can look at this saga any way you want - as a political drama, religious debate, psychological suspenser, sci-fi adventure, deep metaphor or just plain fun -and it's scintillating from every angel."
The Los Angeles Times went further, praising "Battlestar's" ability "to anchor fantasy with vivid and recognizable human psychology." It declared the cult hit "a significant piece of television."
So as the countdown to the frackkin' end continues and fans fire through possible finale endings we ask you this: What will you do now that your Friday night sci-fi fix is heading into oblivion?
"I'll be waiting for 'Caprica,' the new spin-off," says Zotti. Set 50 years earlier, "Caprica will tell the story of how humanity first created the robotic Cylons who would later plot to destroy human civilization. The show will launch in North America in early 2010.