On this episode Earth Station One flees from the Cylon tyranny on a lonely quest – to discuss the shining scifi franchise known as Battlestar Galactica. Joining the rag-tag crew of Mike, Mike, and Bobby is Dan Carroll. Or at least we think our guest is Dan. He may in fact be a Cylon! We also check in with writer and publisher Tommy Hancock and find out details on the new “Tales of the Rook” anthology. All this, plus the usual Rants, Raves, Khan Report, and Shout Outs! So say we all!
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: Making Our Escape on the Battlestar Galactica
Posted in Blog, Conventions, Digital, Earth Station One, ESO_Podcast, Internet, News, Podcast, Reviews, Sci-fi, Science, TV
Tagged Battlestar Galactica, Bobby Nash, Cylon, Dan Carroll, Earth Station One Epsiode 117, Mike Faber, Mike Gordon, Pulp Obscura, Tommy Hancock, TV Show
Next week, the Earth Station One crew rolls a hard six as they join a rag-tag fugitive fleet fleeing Cylon tyranny, search for a shining beacon known as Earth, and try to figure out just exactly if the Cylons really had a plan.
ESO wants to hear from all you Battlestar fans out there. What are your favorite Battlestar Galactica moments and why? Let us know at http://www.esopodcast.com, at the ESO Facebook Group, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at 404-963-9057. We might just read yours on the show. Plus, join us for the usual rants, raves, shout outs, and Mike’s Khan Report! It’s going to be an action-packed episode next week at Earth Station One.
The ESO Crew
Posted in Blog, Conventions, Earth Station One, movies, News, Sci-fi, TV
Tagged Adama, Appollo, Battlestar Galactica, Bobby Nash, BSG, Earth Station One, ESO, Mike Faber, Mike Gordon, Podcast, Starbuck
by Brendon Connelly, Source: Bleeding Cool.com
Originally conceived as a series for the web, Blood and Chrome was given a TV pilot order and it’s the trailer for that we’ve been enjoying all day.
But despite the very positive reaction to this promo, Syfy have decided not to go ahead with a full series and if they make more episodes, it will be to their original plan for web videos. Continue reading
If you’ve been thinking the ‘snowpocalypse’ and ‘snowmageddon’ storms that have hit the eastern United States have been bad, here are 17 worlds from around the galaxy that should leave you feeling better about a little snow.
We realize these are only the—ahem—tip of the iceberg as far as frozen planets go, and there are many, many more, but they should be be enough to remind you that things could have been much worse.
See the list Blastr came up with
Blastr has a look at the first four concept images from Syfy’s upcoming two-hour pilot movie for Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome. The movie focuses on the adventures of a young William Adama during the 10th year of the first Cylon war.
See the images here
We all knew it was gonna end sometime. Proving once again that there’s no future in prequels, SyFy has officially cancelled Caprica. The “final five” episodes will conclude the series (but if you want to see the ultimate ending of Caprica, just put in the Battlestar Galactica mini-series and you’ll find out within the first hour or so). Not a good month for Eric Stoltz…
Read the story here
We saw how the Battlestar Galactica saga ended, and now with Caprica, we’re seeing how it began. But what about that part in the middle, when Cmdr. William Adama was only a rookie Viper pilot during the first Cylon war? Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome, a new two-hour pilot from Syfy, is about to take us there.
Read the official press release here
For all our Seattle Fans, The Experience Music Project|Science Fiction Museum (EMP|SFM) is proud to announce the Opening Weekend schedule for Battlestar Galactica: The Exhibition during the weekend of October 22-24, 2010.
See the Full Schedule Here
Some very exciting news for all of you out there who felt let down by the finally of Battlestar Galactica. In a recent interview Edward James Olmos is working on a sequel to find out the fate of his character William Adama.
Read the story here
At Dragon*Con this weekend Aaron Douglas, who played beloved Chief Galen Tyrol on Battlestar Galactica, discussed how the show’s producers lied to him about his role for three months and also revealed Tyrol wasn’t the part he wanted to play.
Warning: If you have not seen Battlestar yet, there is a MEGA spoilers in this article
Read the interview here