I confess that I never finished Battlestar Galactica, although I really should. I got a little sketched out around the middle of the fourth season when the heavy-handed religious allegories started to come into play. Still, as I'm only around eight episodes away from the end (which I hear is Mass Effect 3-level disappointing), I should very likely clamber back onto Netflix at some point and hit the end of it.
All of that has very little to do with Battlestar Galactica: Blood And Chrome, the latest prequel series to hit the SyFy network. After the peremptory cancellation of Caprica, one would be forgiven for assuming that SyFy was done with Battlestar, but it looks like another prequel series, this time starring a young William Adama during the first Cylon war, is on its way. It'll be interesting to see how they play out the tension, seeing as how so much of the new series' conflict was derived from the chameleon-like infiltration of the fleet by the humanoid Cylons. We'll see! Excited?