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Wednesday, September 27, 2006


Battlestar Galactica The Story So Far

With the premiere of season 3 of Battlestar Galactica just two weeks away (October 6th), the Sci Fi Channel (US) has released a free retrospective episode of the first two seasons of Battlestar Galactica on iTunes. They hope to entice new viewers to the show, as well as remind current fans just where the series left off.

I found this official press release on ScFi.com:
SCI FI Channel and its sister NBC Universal networks will air a one-hour recap special of the original series Battlestar Galactica in advance of the show's October third-season premiere. Battlestar Galactica: The Story So Far will incorporate footage from the original SCI FI miniseries and the previous two seasons of the Peabody Award-winning series. The special will be narrated from the point of view of Laura Roslin (Mary McDonnell), the resistance leader on Cylon-occupied New Caprica.

Throughout September, The Story So Far will also be made available for download via iTunes and XBox Live and will be distributed at Best Buy as a bonus DVD with the Battlestar Galactica season 2.5 DVD set and other genre titles from Universal Home Video. The DVD will also be distributed to visitors to the Universal Studios theme parks, and snippets of the special will be available on YouTube.com, Google Video and other video portal sites.

Here's the iTunes link for: Battlestar Galactica: The Story So Far

Why not? It's a great show and the price is right (free).

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Comments:

Again with the "Only in the US iTunes store" trouble... Oh well... I guess there are other means of delivery, and with better quality to boot.
 



I still wonder why they start the new season so close to when the last one was just released on DVD? I ordered mine from Amazon about a month ago, it was released on September 19, and I might receive it before Oct 6 when the next season starts. Even if I do get it before then, there's no way I can watch half the season between now and then. What were they thinking with such a short time between the two? They should have released the DVD more than a month ago to give time to meet demand so the fans can actually buy it and watch it.
 



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