Sci-Fi Storm

More SCI-FI miniseries – including Battlestar Galactica

by on Apr.03, 2002, under Television

Today’s Test Pattern has scoops on a number of miniseries that have been green-lighted by the SCI FI Channel. Of note is “re-imagining” of Battlestar Galactica with Ronald D. Moore (MI:2) writing and Breck Eisner (Steven Spielberg’s Taken) directing. Not sure how this affects the possibly-defunct Singer/DeSanto project. Also in the works for mini-series: Myst, based on the computer game; The Forever War, based on the Hugo and Nebula-winning novel by Joe Haldeman; The Chronicles of Amber, based on Roger Zelazny’s 10-volume series; and The Seventh Day, a 7-hour series produced by Gary Sherman (First Wave).

2 Comments for this entry

  • djryan

    No B5

    Guess this leaves Rangers out in the cold. Another series gone before the pilot never reached this side of the pond.

    • Doc

      Re:No B5

      This was only about miniseries, and some original movies were mentioned. Didn’t say anything about full series…

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