blood and chrome premiere

‘Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome’ Finally Here!

Personally, I’ve been waiting on this one a long time. I’m a big BSG fan (but not one unwilling to admit it had its flaws) and when I heard they were going to take a dip into the history of the First Cylon War, I was pleased that I’d get the chance to see more toasters being blown to pieces. Unfortunately, the damn thing kept getting lost in limbo and lately there’d been little word on its progress. Now, it looks like it’s finally time! Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome will be showing up on the Internets this Friday!

What will now be a webseries was originally designed to be a pilot with hopes for a regular television series. But they had no luck selling the concept so it’s getting the pilot-only treatment. Machinima’s YouTube channel will be airing the pilot as a series of ten webisodes over the course of the next four weeks, beginning on November 9th. Each one is expected to run between 7 and 12 minutes, the typical too-short web format that always leaves a bad taste in my mouth. But at least it will be coming.

In case you aren’t in-the-know, Blood and Chrome follows the story of a young William Adama. It’s the 10th year of the First Cylon War and Adama, hot-shot pilot that he is, ends up getting command of the legendary Galactica. It stars Luke Pasqualino as Adama, Lili Bordan as a scientist involved in the creation of the Cylons and Ben Cotton as Adama’s immediate commander.

And if that wasn’t enough, you can watch the trailer below:

If the webisode format doesn’t strike your fancy, you can always wait a few months. They’ll be airing the whole thing on Syfy early next year and an unrated version DVD release will be following sometime after that.

Thanks to ComingSoon for bringing us the good news.

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