BSG co-exec producer and writer Mark Verheiden reports on the night at the Arclight Cinerama Dome.
Trek Movie Report has part one of a two part exclusive interview with Ronald D. Moore about his work on Star Trek, BSG, and future projects. (Audio of the interview is also available on the Trek Movie Report site.)
Trek Movie Report also teases tonight's episode REVELATIONS.
TV Guide's Anna Dimond interviewed Katee Sackhoff who wants closure on Battlestar Galactica:
TVGuide.com: After four years on this show, how has it changed you, personally?
Katee Sackhoff: I've learned a lot about myself. I've learned that being away from home for five years is hard. I've learned that relationships take work — friendships and romantic relationships. I think I've learned, with the little success that we've had with the show, that everything's relative, that family's more important. And that's an important thing to learn about yourself. I think we all move to California with these grandiose ideas of excelling at out craft and what we do. I learned along the way that what's most important is what I had back home [in Oregon].
Amrie Cunningham of TV Addict talked to Rekha Sharma:
TV Addict: What can you tease about the finale?
It’s not what you expect it’s going to be. Much like the show has been, there are a lot of surprises. The surprises that are coming, you know as an actor playing them, was like Oh my God what is going on. Reading the script that we’re about to shoot. We just had the final read through on Thursday of last week. It was an amazing read through. Every emotion you could go through, I think went through that room.
BSG FX artist Mojo compares the original Battlestar Galactica to... a cheeseburger.