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David Eick, the executive producer of the online series Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome talked about the show on Friday, and the possibility of a second season.
Eick chatted with CNN about the show, along with Luke Pasqualino who plays William Adama on the series.
Eick told CNN the show is not just for fans of the previous Battlestar Galactica shows.
“I firmly believe that if you never saw an episode of Battlestar, you could plop right into this thing and completely get it and enjoy it,” he said.
When asked if the show will possibly have a second season, Eick says he is unsure and they are “waiting for feedback.”
“I am encouraged by the powers that be that they have very high expectations for this,” Eick stated. “The buzz about it is extremely strong and loud, and we would not be foolish to get our hopes up to anticipate future storytelling.”
As we previously reported Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome centers on Pasqualino’s character Adama as he is assigned to Galactica, his first Battlestar. The series takes place during the original Cylon war and Adama is excited to join the cause.
Episodes 7 and 8 were released on Friday and can be viewed on the Machinima Prime YouTube channel, along with any previous episodes.
Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome will air on SyFy as a two-hour movie in February.