Today the Sci-Fi Channel confirmed the 22 hour long season 4, which includes the 2 hour film to air fall of 2007. Maureen Ryan comments on the news at the Chicago Tribune. Ryan also briefly previews the season 3 finale:
Also this weekend, there are some significant finales. Warning: If you are a fan of Sci Fi’s “Battlestar Galactica,” be aware that Sunday’s 9 p.m. season-ender will run over its allotted one-hour time slot by three minutes, so adjust your VCRs or DVRs accordingly.
Also know that the finale may just blow your mind. I think it’s the wildest, most surprising season finale yet for this fine series, which is really saying something.
And if you’re scratching your head about the trippy finale on Monday morning, you won’t be alone — come back to this site if you want to discuss it with other fans.
BSG producer Mark Verheiden, who wrote Crossroads Part 2, previews the episode and talks about season 4 at his blog.
And Grace Park talked to Sci-Fi Wire about the finale:
"We are going to see the resolution of the trial of Baltar [James Callis] and how Apollo [Jamie Bamber] really is taking the helm of the court case," Park said in an interview at SCI FI's upfront press event in New York on March 21. "But, importantly, there is a bit of a Pandora's box being opened, and what that will ... unleash, I have no idea. The season finale will air even as Battlestar Galactica fans are still buzzing about the recent demise of Starbuck (Katee Sackhoff) in the episode "Maelstrom." Even Park was taken by surprise by the shocking turn of events. "Starbuck is gone," Park said. "[Sackhoff's] name is not on the credits. Nothing. She's gone." The actress smiled and laughed at the suggestion that in science fiction no one is necessarily dead forever. "Mm, yes, I guess she could be a Cylon and come back," Park said. "But, you know, everyone's tried that angle before."Grace is also interviewed by CHUD.
James Callis and Tricia Helfer talked to The New York Daily News.
TV Guide interviewed Mary McDonnell.
Gilles Nuytens interviewed Leah Cairns, "Racetrack".
And Alan Stanley Blair reviews Crossroads part 1 at SyFy Portal.
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