“Ronald D. Moore, Bryan Cranston, and Philip K. Dick” are three names you probably never expected to see in the same sentence together. But that’s what’s happening as the longtime scifi producer and the acclaimed actor are teaming up to bring the legendary writer’s work to TV in a new anthology series for the UK.
Did you realize that Ron Moore and Brannon Braga were writing the final TNG episode, "All Good Things...", at the same time they were drafting the first TNG movie, Generations? That's just one revelation in some fascinating interviews about "All Good Things," 20 years later.
I mean, the music's clearly trying too hard to make this show seem like a tense thriller, but there's something almost charmingly earnest in it. That magic point where melodrama doesn't know it's melodrama.
The first official look at Ronald D. Moore's TV adaptation of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander book series is here, and it's of actor Sam Heughan as 18th-century Scotsman James Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser. Given the fangasm that erupted when Starz posted this on the show's Facebook page, I assume this is newsworthy…
Something's gotten loose in the Comic-Con trailer for Ronald D. Moore's Syfy series Helix, and we're talking about more than just a virus (although by the looks of things, there's a virus loose, too). We've got your exclusive look! Plus, the show creators give us some context.
A second Helix clip has landed. And even though it reveals very little about Ron D. Moore's new snowy science series from Syfy, it makes us really freaking excited. Ron D. Moore, back on television bitches!
Battlestar Galactica was a quirky post-Star Wars space opera project, but it gained a new prominence in the past decade. BSG was Syfy’s flagship TV series for a long time, and Bryan Singer has been trying to make a Battlestar movie. But now, it looks like you might have to wait a long time for any more Battlestar.
Long before he was the swashbuckling, incestuous, damaged brother of Tyrion and Cersei Lannister, Danish actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau starred in the amazing space TV show Virtuality. Which, if the gods were not cruel, would have been a TV series.
Incursion, the new space war show from Spartacus creator Stephen S. DeKnight, has a whole season worth of scripts written — ready for Starz to make a go/no-go decision. And now, Starz is ordering a season's worth of scripts for Ronald D. Moore's TV adaptation of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander as well.
Fantastic news Ronald D. Moore is returning to Syfy with a brand new series. Which means hard science fiction could finally be returning to the Syfy Channel, and we might finally get a peek at his script for the remake of The Thing that never saw the light of day. Why? Because the plot of Helix sounds a hell of a lot…
Could Ronald D. Moore be masterminding another twisty, mind-bending TV show at last? We've been waiting for info about his adaptation of Outlander for months. And now, at last, there's some good news.
For the 25th anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Wired's Scott Thill posted some great interviews with producer Ronald D. Moore and star Michael Dorn (Worf), in which they both talk about why it's so important for us to get a new Star Trek show. We've already talked about what we'd like to see from a new Trek…
Ronald D. Moore made an indelible mark on television with the first couple seasons of Battlestar Galactica. So we've been waiting eagerly to find out what his next television project would be, after the fantastic 17th Precinct never made it to our screens. And now we know: He's shopping around a cable TV adaptation of…
We were looking forward to 17th Precinct, the fantasy cop show from Ronald D. Moore and his dream team cast of Battlestar Galactica alums, but sadly it never reached our screens. But now, the show about cops who use magic discs instead of guns, spells instead of forensics, and plants instead of electricity has…
Ronald D. Moore had a huge cult following long before he relaunched Battlestar Galactica. His work on Star Trek was notably awesome, and his very public departure from Voyager, complete with spot-on critiques of the show's failings, was legendary. Whenever Moore joined the staff of a show like Carnivàle or Roswell,…
Ronald D. Moore's "CSI meets Harry Potter" TV series filmed its pilot episode recently, but what's it really like? How will the man who brought us the mysticism-tinged Battlestar Galactica reboot handle a world of magic?
Ron Moore's original series bible for Battlestar Galactica is online, and it's full of critiques of "bumpy-headed aliens," "techno-double-talk" and other Star Trek mainstays. The most important thing to remember about the Cylons? "They are not the Borg."
Ronald D. Moore's next possible TV gig could be rebooting 1960s TV classic Wild Wild West. While we're not wild about the recent Will Smith movie, we're kind of curious to see RDM go steampunk. [EW]
For those of you who weren't thirteen-years-old and female in 1999, Roswell was on after 7th Heaven in the pre-CW golden days of the WB, and almost nobody watched it.