Reminder: The 8 minute recap, "What the Frak" that you've probably seen a bunch of times on the internet, will air tonight on Sci-Fi during the broadcast of Creature.
Wired has a new Q&A interview with Tricia Helfer:
At a recent party at Electronic Arts' Playa Vista headquarters, Helfer showed up in skin-tight blue jeans, a red silk tank top and 4-inch stiletto heels to promote the videogame Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars (she plays Gen. Kilian Qatar in the game's videos). Settling into a lounge chair, she chatted with Wired.com about sci-fi fanboys, sex, Six and Battlestar Galactica, which begins its final season Friday on SciFi Channel.
New York magazine reports on teasers and spoilers for season 4, in a slightly snarky and humorous way. (The spoilers aren't really major, but if you are avoiding all spoiler info. for season 4, skip it until after the season debut Friday.)
BSG co-exec producer Mark Verheiden reports on his blog about the next episode he wrote that is set to start shooting today, under the helm of feature film director John Dahl. (Dahl recently participated in a Apple podcast as part of the Tribeca Film Festival iTunes link.) On his blog, Verheiden goes into detail about all the prep work he's involved with in making his episode come to life.
SyFy Portal has an in-depth interview with David Weddle about the first ep of season 4, written by Weddle and Bradley Thompson. Weddle gives hints and teasers for the rest of the season, and provides many insights on how the overall story has developed over the course of the series. About the reveal of the final Cylon and the fate of the journey to earth, Weddle said:
"You already know the answer to these questions. It's all right there," he said. "Just examine every episode closely and the truth will emerge. Or break out a magnifying glass and go over that Last Supper photo one more time. Ron Moore laid it all out for you."
David Weddle will be a guest on a special broadcast of SyFy Radio airing live Friday at 11:30 p.m. ET/8:30 p.m. PT to talk about the episode he and Bradley Thompson wrote. SyFy Radio normally airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT on Blog Talk Radio, with its first official broadcast with special guest Daniel Malen from The TV Addict airing tonight. For more information, visit www.blogtalkradio.com/syfyradio.
The BSG Cast has a new videocast with the awesome Matt & Nat reviewing the season 3 DVD boxed set. Remember, you can hang out with Matt and Nat and other special guests for a season 4 viewing party in Las Vegas Friday and Saturday.
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