Sci Fi Wire reports on Ron Moore directing an episode of Battlestar Galactica he wrote that will shoot before Thanksgiving:
"I've thought about directing for a long time, and this season seemed like the time to finally take the plunge," Moore said in a statement. "It'll be great to be working with the BSG family of cast and crew for my first experience behind the camera, and I'm really looking forward to it."
Jamie Bamber did a conference call to promote Razor, and talked about the final stretch of working on the series:
Bamber has played Lee Adama since the 2003 miniseries that began the series. He said that he is sad about the show's imminent demise but is excited about moving on to the next phase of his career.
"There's always nostalgia," Bamber said. "It's been an amazing learning process for me, personally and this experience is without doubt the most interesting and rich one I've had as a professional working actor. I have learned everything from everyone around me. So it will be very sad to sort of disband the team, and every day that we're up here in Vancouver there is an element of nostalgia about moments passing and little scenes that will never be revisited and sets maybe that disappear, because, you know, they're gone forever."
Sci-Fi Wire also reports on another show runner change to David Eick's Bionic Woman:
Jason Cahill (The Sopranos) is coming on board NBC's Bionic Woman as show runner, according to The Hollywood Reporter. He steps in for Jason Katims (Roswell), who has been pulling double duty running Bionic and Friday Night Lights since joining the former as a consultant in early September, the trade paper reported.