Battlestar Galactica

The second war against the Cylons is over and The Twelve Colonies have been destroyed. Now Commander Adama of the Battlestar Galatica and President Laura Roslin lead a ragtag fleet of refugees in a supposed search for the fabled lost thirteenth colony, Earth. However, the dangers they face are many which compound an already difficult situation. In addition to the Cylons hunting and attacking the fleet in space, their infiltrator units carry out a more subtle plot even as their former unwitting pawn, Gaius Baltar, helps in the hunt for them while hiding both his own guilt and the strange presence that haunts his every thought. If that wasn't enough, the fleet also faces internal political conflict in which the rabble-rousing figure, Tom Zarek, is merely the loudest dissenting voice. In the midst of these trials however, clues begin to appear that suggest that Adama's simple bluff about Earth may be more truthful than anyone could have guessed. Written by Kenneth Chisholm ([email protected])
[Source:  IMDB]

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 1: 33
Original Air Date—18 October 2004
The crew of Galactica is exhausted after 237 consecutive jumps in intervals of 33 minutes and 132.25 hour without sleep to escape from the Cylons. When Galactica is contacted by the Olympic Carrier, a vessel with more than 1,300 persons, Commander William Adama and are advised that there is a traitor on board. However, Dr. Gaius Baltar convinces both leaders that the Olympic Carrier is a menace to the refugee fleet led by Galactica.

Season 1, Episode 2: Water
Original Air Date—25 October 2004
President Roslin arrives on Galactica as Boomer's Cylon side asserts itself, forcing her to sabotage Galactica's water supply against her will. A series of explosions leads to the loss of 60% of the water reserves and Commander Adama is compelled to introduce rationing and begin a search of nearby planetary systems for any H20 deposits.

Season 1, Episode 3: Bastille Day
Original Air Date—1 November 2004
Deciding to use the thousand prisoners on a prison transport ship to mine the ice on the planet they've found, Galactica's plans are upset when a political prisoner onboard leads an uprising, taking hostages. He questions the legitimacy of Roslin's government and demands free elections to be held in the fleet.

Season 1, Episode 4: Act of Contrition
Original Air Date—8 November 2004
There's a party on Galactica's flight deck as Flat-Top just had his thousandth landing. Something goes terribly wrong however when a drone accidentally goes off and explodes in a group of pilots. 13 are dead. During the ceremony Kara Thrace starts thinking about her dead fiancée Zak Adama. And those memories even get clearer when Adama orders her to start training new pilots. She seems very uncomfortable in doing so. The favor she did for Zak by letting him pass basic flight seems to bother her more and more. Angrily she stops training pilots after just one day. Meanwhile on Cylon-occupied Caprica Helo and Cylon-Sharon find a bomb shelter in a restaurant. It seems like a good place to stay for a while. There's food, water and anti-radiation medication in abundance.

Season 1, Episode 5: You Can't Go Home Again
Original Air Date—15 November 2004
Starbuck has been shot down over a barren moon, and must be rescued before she runs out of oxygen. Adama become obsessed with trying to save her even when all hope seems lost, putting the Fleet at risk. Meanwhile, Starbuck finds the Cylon Raider she shot down, and tries to learn how to fly it so she can escape.

Season 1, Episode 6: Litmus
Original Air Date—22 November 2004
A humanoid Cylon straps himself with explosives and commits a suicide bombing in a crowded hallway on Galactica. Roslin and Adama are forced to publicly reveal that the Cylons now have models that look like humans, and a wave of paranoia spreads over the fleet as everyone starts being suspected of being a Cylon.

Season 1, Episode 7: Six Degrees of Separation
Original Air Date—29 November 2004
After Baltar has an argument with the vision of Number Six he sees in his head, a physical copy of Cylon model Number Six shows up in Galactica's CIC claiming to be a woman named Shelley Godfrey who has evidence that proves that Baltar has betrayed humanity...except that she's trying to frame him for an act of pre-attack sabotage.

Season 1, Episode 8: Flesh and Bone
Original Air Date—6 December 2004
A humanoid Cylon is captured in the fleet, a copy of the Leoben model, who claims that he has planted a nuclear bomb in the Fleet before he was captured. Starbuck is tasked with interrogating him, which soon becomes a battle of wills as Starbuck has her marines to torture the Cylon to try to break him.

Season 1, Episode 9: Tigh Me Up, Tigh Me Down
Original Air Date—13 December 2004
After the interrogated Cylon gave Roslin the idea that Adama might be a Cylon, Roslin becomes suspicious of him. Unexpectedly, Colonel Tigh's estranged wife Ellen turns up alive in the fleet, apparently miraculously, raising the possibility that she might be a Cylon.

Season 1, Episode 10: The Hand of God
Original Air Date—3 January 2005
The fleet is running out of tylium fuel and will soon not have enough to keep running from the Cylons, when they find an asteroid with several years worth of tylium ore...unfortunately, the Cylons have already built a mining base on it.

Season 1, Episode 11: Colonial Day
Original Air Date—10 January 2005
President Roslin has rebuilt a new Quorum of Twelve, the legislative branch of the government, but terrorist leader/political dissident Tom Zarek is elected as a member, and immediately motions that the Quorum vote to appoint a new Vice President, and runs for the office.

Season 1, Episode 12: Kobol's Last Gleaming: Part 1
Original Air Date—17 January 2005
Galactica stumbles upon Kobol, the long-lost home world of humanity that the 13 Tribes came from, which legend says holds the only clues to the location of Earth. Roslin convinces Starbuck to steal the captured Cylon raider and return to Cylon-occupied Caprica with it to retrieve a religious artifact that will unlock the secrets on Kobol.

Season 1, Episode 13: Kobol's Last Gleaming: Part 2
Original Air Date—24 January 2005
Infuriated that Roslin usurped his command by ordering Starbuck to steal the captured Raider, Adama decides that his only option is to storm Colonial One with marines and terminate her presidency. Starbuck reaches Caprica and finds the Arrow of Apollo in a museum, but she has to go through a copy of Number Six to get it.

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: Scattered
Original Air Date—15 July 2005
As the premiere for the second season unfolds, Adama lay dying leaving Tigh in command. Lee and Roslin have been sent to the brig. An emergency jump goes wrong leaving the Galactica alone in space without the fleet.

Season 2, Episode 2: Valley of Darkness
Original Air Date—22 July 2005
A Cylon virus is hampering with Galactica's power supply, while Cylon centurions are heading for crucial systems. Somehow they must be stopped.

Season 2, Episode 3: Fragged
Original Air Date—29 July 2005
Tigh has problems with the responsibility of being a leader, president Roslin loses control without chamalla. The Kobol team discovers a Cylon battery.

Season 2, Episode 4: Resistance
Original Air Date—5 August 2005
Tigh's decision to impose martial law is protested in the fleet as well as on Galactica. On Caprica, Helo and Starbuck meet other humans.

Season 2, Episode 5: The Farm
Original Air Date—12 August 2005
Starbuck finds herself wounded in a hospital on Caprica where she is suspicious about her doctor. President Roslin makes an appeal to the fleet to follow her to Kobol.

Season 2, Episode 6: Home: Part 1
Original Air Date—19 August 2005
Starbuck, Helo and Boomer bring back the Arrow of Apollo, but Boomer doesn't seem welcome. Commander Adama wants to keep the fleet divided and appoints a new CAG.

Season 2, Episode 7: Home: Part 2
Original Air Date—26 August 2005
While commander Adama tries to join Roslin's team on Kobol, Dr. Baltar's Number Six tells him he's crazy.

Season 2, Episode 8: Final Cut
Original Air Date—9 September 2005
Journalist D'Anna Biers is making an item on the Gideon incident, when she's asked by Adama and Roslin to film daily life on Galactica.

Season 2, Episode 9: Flight of the Phoenix
Original Air Date—16 September 2005
While Tyrol decides to start building a new fighter, the Cylon virus is rearing it's ugly head again. Boomer tells it means a large Cylon attack is imminent.

Season 2, Episode 10: Pegasus
Original Air Date—23 September 2005
Gallactica meets Pegasus, and Adama's command is threatened when the captain of Pegasus outranks him. A joyous celebration turns sour at some of the secrets emerging out of the differences of the two crews, and Baltar meets a familiar Cylon prisoner aboard Pegasus.

Season 2, Episode 11: Resurrection Ship: Part 1
Original Air Date—6 January 2006
Adama and Cain find common ground when Starbuck returns with footage of the Cylon ship. Roslin negotiates a temporary truce, while Starbuck plans an attack.

Season 2, Episode 12: Resurrection Ship: Part 2
Original Air Date—13 January 2006
Starbuck and Fisk are preparing for the murder jobs, while the attack on the Resurrection ship is planned. It goes wrong for Apollo. Dr. Baltar has feelings for Pegasus' Number Six.

Season 2, Episode 13: Epiphanies
Original Air Date—20 January 2006
President Roslin, who is about to die, believes Sharon's baby is dangerous and orders it must die. Meanwhile, a terrorist group inside the fleet starts to ask for a peace negotiation with the cylons.

Season 2, Episode 14: Black Market
Original Air Date—27 January 2006
Apollo investigates the murder of one of the crew and falls for a young prostitute, whom he vows to save from the rogue ship dealing with the Black Market. As well as confronting the bad guys, Apollo has to confront some past mistakes.

Season 2, Episode 15: Scar
Original Air Date—3 February 2006
This is an episode about loss. Kat and Starbuck confront each other about their piloting skills and each vow to kill Scar (a Cylon spaceship) before the other.

Season 2, Episode 16: Sacrifice
Original Air Date—10 February 2006
A terrorist attacks and holds several key people hostage and threatens to murder them unless she is given the Cylon prisoner.

Season 2, Episode 17: The Captain's Hand
Original Air Date—17 February 2006
Two of Pegasus' raptors go missing after a suspicious distress call. President Roslin must make a decision on abortion that could hurt her political career.

Season 2, Episode 18: Downloaded
Original Air Date—24 February 2006
The Cylon baby is finally born, leading to some political decisions being made. Meanwhile, the Cylons on Caprica contemplate life and humans when they meet up with a certain human from a previous episode. This story explores the Cylon world.

Season 2, Episode 19: Lay Down Your Burdens: Part 1
Original Air Date—3 March 2006
While Dr. Baltar is behind in the polls for the election and tries desperately to turn things around, Starbuck is planning a mission to rescue Anders from Caprica.

Season 2, Episode 20: Lay Down Your Burdens: Part 2
Original Air Date—10 March 2006
The group on Caprica is under fire by the Cylons, but suddenly they stop. With only one ship's votes to be counted, Roslin is way behind in the elections.

Season 3

Season 3, Episode 1: Occupation
Original Air Date—6 October 2006
Tigh, Tyrol and Anders lead the Resistance on New Caprica to increasingly deadly attacks against the Cylons. Kara finds herself trapped in a new life with Leoben Conoy, and Duck makes a fateful decision. Meanwhile on Galactica, Adama struggles with the question of whether to return to New Caprica to mount a rescue attempt.

Season 3, Episode 2: Precipice
Original Air Date—6 October 2006
Adama plans to return to New Caprica and drop off a surprising person to act as a liaison between Galactica and the Resistance. Tigh's insistence on the use of suicide bombers and ever escalating violence stuns even the fellow leaders of the Resistance. Eventually, the suicide bombings cause the Cylon occupiers to crackdown on their human subjects.

Season 3, Episode 3: Exodus: Part 1
Original Air Date—13 October 2006
Sharon helps to organize the Resistance as Adama heads to New Caprica aboard Galactica for a daring rescue operation. Lee disagrees with Adama's plan to return to New Caprica, arguing that they need to focus on the survival of humanity. He sees the rescue mission as a one-way trip.

Season 3, Episode 4: Exodus: Part 2
Original Air Date—20 October 2006
Tigh must decide the fate of his wife Ellen after the assistance she rendered to the Cylons. Lee struggles with his assignment to protect the civilian fleet on its journey toward Earth while Adama returns to New Caprica with just the Galactica. The Resistance coordinates an attack on the Cylons just as Galactica arrives. As the Cylons begin to lose control, Number Three (D'Anna Biers) vows to put a final end to the New Caprican experiment.

Season 3, Episode 5: Collaborators
Original Air Date—27 October 2006
Tyrol participates in the Circle, a secret tribunal on Galactica that tries and convicts in absentia those accused of collaborating with the Cylons during the Occupation. The death sentences--administered without the knowledge of Roslin or Adama--begin to weigh on Tyrol's conscience. Baltar faces a similar jury among the Cylons, who must decide whether he is allowed to stay with them.

Season 3, Episode 6: Torn
Original Air Date—3 November 2006
The Galactica encounters a Cylon Basestar devastated by a deadly virus. Lingering feelings of rage lead Saul Tigh and Kara Thrace to cause problems aboard Galactica between the survivors from New Caprica and those who stayed with the fleet during the Occupation. Baltar tries to convince the Cylons of his value to them in an attempt to stay alive.

Season 3, Episode 7: A Measure of Salvation
Original Air Date—10 November 2006
When a group of ill Cylons from the infected Basestar is brought to Galactica, Lee discovers a way to solve the Cylon problem forever - by destroying the whole Cylon race. Meanwhile, D'anna's acts to discover if Baltar is reliable will forge an unusual relationship.

Season 3, Episode 8: Hero
Original Air Date—17 November 2006
A figure from Adama's past returns to haunt him. His return raises questions about why the Cylons launched their initial attack against the Twelve Colonies.

Season 3, Episode 9: Unfinished Business
Original Air Date—1 December 2006
A look at the events that took place during the year-long gap from the storyline in the Season Two finale. The story reveals the reasons for the rift between Kara ("Starbuck") and Lee ("Apollo").

Season 3, Episode 10: The Passage
Original Air Date—8 December 2006
The Colonial fleet makes a "harrowing" journey. "Kat" plays a vital role in the success or failure of the "Passage" through space.

Season 3, Episode 11: The Eye of Jupiter
Original Air Date—15 December 2006
The crew of Galactica makes a stop at the barren Algae planet.

Season 3, Episode 12: Rapture
Original Air Date—21 January 2007
The Cylons descend upon the re-supply mission as the Chief races to decipher the markings in the temple believed to hold The Eye of Jupiter, a sacred icon that is believed to contain a map to Earth.

Season 3, Episode 13: Taking a Break from All Your Worries
Original Air Date—28 January 2007
Baltar plays a game of cat and mouse with Adama and the President, thinking they will kill him once they've gotten out of him what they want to know. Lee deals with his feelings for Kara, while struggling to hang on to his marriage.

Season 3, Episode 14: The Woman King
Original Air Date—11 February 2007
When a group of refugees board Galactica with a curable illness, it becomes very mysterious when they begin to die after taking the injection they do not believe in.

Season 3, Episode 15: A Day in the Life
Original Air Date—18 February 2007
The Chief and his wife get trapped in an airlock on a routine maintenance job, while the Admiral copes with his wedding anniversary and the memories of his ex-wife.

Season 3, Episode 16: Dirty Hands
Original Air Date—25 February 2007
When the head of the fuel production plant holds the fleet hostage by providing unsafe fuel, he's arrested for treason, which results in the Chief sent to the ship and held responsible for getting the plant back up and running.

Season 3, Episode 17: Maelstrom
Original Air Date—4 March 2007
The Admiral is forced to make the decision of whether to ground Kara Thrace when she begins to show signs of an oncoming nervous breakdown.

Season 3, Episode 18: The Son Also Rises
Original Air Date—11 March 2007
Besides having to deal with the loss of Kara Thrace, the crew of the Galactica is also charged with the security surrounding the trial of Dr. Baltar and his defense attorney, who is replacing one lawyer that has already been killed.

Season 3, Episode 19: Crossroads: Part 1
Original Air Date—18 March 2007
Baltar goes on trial for his life, and it affects everyone from Lee on up to the president.

Season 3, Episode 20: Crossroads: Part 2
Original Air Date—25 March 2007
Coincidences creates new alliances aboard Galactica.

Season 4

Season 4, Episode 1: He That Believeth in Me
Original Air Date—4 April 2008
During a seemingly hopeless battle, Kara Thrace appears in a pristine Viper, claiming that she has been to Earth and can lead the Fleet there -- but the terminal Laura Roslin believes otherwise. Meanwhile, four of the so-called Final Five are forced to tackle the repercussions of their newfound nature, while Gaius Baltar discovers he has a commune of nubile female cultists who believe him to be an agent of the "one true God".

Season 4, Episode 2: Six of One
Original Air Date—11 April 2008
Starbuck (Katee Sackhoff) and Laura Roslin (Mary McDonnell) face off with a gun between them, Lee Adama (Jamie Bamber) says goodbye to the Galactica, violent conflict breaks out between the seven models aboard Cylon Basestar, and Gaius Baltar (James Callis) is directly pulled into the "Final Five" situation.

Season 4, Episode 3: The Ties That Bind
Original Air Date—18 April 2008
The aftermath of a coup among the Cylons leads to further violence, Lee finds himself facing off against Roslin during his first meeting with the Quorum of Twelve as the new representative of Caprica, and Cally discovers the horrible truth about her husband Galen Tyrol. Meanwhile, Starbuck aimlessly searches for Earth with Anders and other Galactica officers.

Season 4, Episode 4: Escape Velocity
Original Air Date—25 April 2008
Gaius Baltar causes intense unrest within the fleet when he begins to openly promote belief in the Cylon god. Colonel Tigh, Galen Tyrol, and Tory Foster argue over how far they should go to ensure their secret is not revealed.

Season 4, Episode 5: The Road Less Traveled
Original Air Date—2 May 2008
When a Heavy-Raider manned by Leoben Conoy docks aboard the Demetrius, confrontations form between the crew over the possibility of a truce with Cylon rebels, while Starbuck puts her trust in an old enemy.

Season 4, Episode 6: Faith
Original Air Date—9 May 2008
A vicious injury ends the mutiny attempt aboard the Demetrius, Kara leads her crew to the Cylon rebel's Basestar, and Roslin begins to understand Gaius Baltar's appeal to his followers. Meanwhile, Anders attempts to secretly find answers to his purpose as a member of the Final Five.

Season 4, Episode 7: Guess What's Coming to Dinner
Original Air Date—16 May 2008
A shaky alliance between the Colonial Fleet and Cylon rebels is put to the test when the two groups combine efforts to take out a Cylon "Resurrection Hub". Meanwhile, Athena loses control when Hera becomes unnaturally drawn to Natalie.

Season 4, Episode 8: Sine Qua Non
Original Air Date—30 May 2008
President Roslin's abduction by the Cylon Hybrid triggers a bitter power struggle within the Colonial Fleet.

Season 4, Episode 9: The Hub
Original Air Date—6 June 2008

Season 4, Episode 10: Revelations
Original Air Date—13 June 2008

Season 4, Episode 11: Sometimes a Great Notion
Original Air Date—16 January 2009

Season 4, Episode 12: A Disquiet Follows My Soul
Original Air Date—23 January 2009

Season 4, Episode 13: The Oath
Original Air Date—30 January 2009

Season 4, Episode 14: Episode #4.14
Original Air Date—6 February 2009

Season 4, Episode 15: Episode #4.15
Original Air Date—13 February 2009

Season 4, Episode 16: Episode #4.16
Original Air Date—20 February 2009

Season 4, Episode 17: Someone to Watch Over Me
Original Air Date—27 February 2009

Season 4, Episode 18: Episode #4.18
Original Air Date—6 March 2009

Season 4, Episode 19: Episode #4.19
Original Air Date—13 March 2009

Season 4, Episode 20: Episode #4.20
Original Air Date—20 March 2009

[Source:  IMDB]



2003 Series Reimagining

Despite attempts to revive the series over the years, none came to fruition until it was reimagined in 2003 by Universal Television in association with Sky1 and the Sci-Fi Channel with Ronald D. Moore and David Eick as the creative forces behind it. Edward James Olmos stepped into the role of Commander Adama. A weekly new Galactica series followed, premiering on Sky1 in the UK and Ireland in October 2004, and on Sci-Fi in the U.S. in January 2005.


In December 2003, the American Sci-Fi Channel broadcast a three-hour miniseries that reimagined Battlestar Galactica. This miniseries was so successful that Sci-Fi opted to develop this new version of Galactica into a television series.

Television Series

Featuring Emmy Award-winning and Oscar-nominated Edward James Olmos as Commander William Adama and Oscar-nominated Mary McDonnell as President Laura Roslin, the new series first aired in the UK and Ireland on Sky1 in October 2004. The series debuted in North America on the Sci-Fi Channel in January 2005. Katee Sackhoff, Jamie Bamber, James Callis, Grace Park and Tricia Helfer round out the original cast.[6]

An edited version of the "pilot" miniseries was broadcast on NBC—a corporate sibling of the Sci-Fi Channel—on January 9, 2005, five days before the Sci-Fi series premiere.[citation needed] NBC also aired three selected first-season episodes to promote the show in advance of the second-season premiere in July 2005. Three and a half seasons aired on Sci-Fi and Sky One between 2005 and 2008. Owing to production delays caused by the 2007-2008 Writers Guild strike, the fourth season was split into two parts, with a 7 month hiatus in between. The second half of the season is scheduled to begin airing January 16, 2009. The fourth season will also air on Universal HD beginning in July 2009. A two-hour film (set during the show's second season), Battlestar Galactica: Razor, aired on Sci-Fi on Saturday November 24, 2007, as a prelude to the fourth season.

The series has won widespread acclaim among many mainstream non-genre publications. Time magazine,[7] Rolling Stone magazine[8] and New York Newsday[9] named it the best show on television in 2005. Other publications like The New York Times,[10] The New Yorker[11] and National Review[12] also gave the show positive reviews.

The show has received a Peabody Award for overall excellence, several Emmy Awards for Visual Effects, and Emmy nominations for Writing and Directing.

Webisodes:  The Resistance

The first set of webisodes were a series of shorts produced to promote the third season of the show. They filled in some of the events between the second and third seasons and featured some of the main cast. These webisodes were made so as not to reveal what would happen in the beginning of season three. Season 3 was also set up so that missing the webisodes would not leave a viewer confused about the story.

Each of the ten webisodes was approximately three minutes in length, and they were released two times a week leading up to the U.S. Season 3 premiere.

Webisodes:  Razor Flashbacks

The Razor Flashbacks were a small series of seven webisodes set during William Adama's fighter pilot days during the later stages of the First Cylon War. They were released on the internet as "webisodes" leading up to Razor's release. They are now available on the DVD of Battlestar Galactica: Razor and all are inserted into the extended cut of the movie on the DVD (as opposed to just several on the shorter version which aired on television).

Razor (TV movie)

Battlestar Galactica: Razor is a television movie produced and broadcast in the gap between Seasons 3 and 4. Razor is also technically the first 2 episodes of Season 4 though it chronicles events on Battlestar Pegasus in two time periods, both of which are "in the past" with respect to the Season 4 continuity. The "present day" framing scenes are set during Lee Adama's command, in the latter half of Season 2, while "flashback" scenes depict Helena Cain's command in the period between the Cylon attack and the reunion with Galactica in the second season episode Pegasus. Also during the extended episode the Razor Flashbacks, which were previously released as webisodes, were integrated into the movie but only several were inserted into the shortened television cut. It aired in the United States and Canada on November 24 and in Britain and Ireland on December 18, 2007. An expanded version of the movie was released on DVD on December 4, 2007.

Webisodes:  The Face of the Enemy

In late May 2008, a set of 10 webisodes were announced to be in the works which will be released during the 7 month hiatus between episodes 12 and 13.[13] The web series premiered on December 12, 2008 on Also available to view on Canadians are able to view them on[14][15]

The Plan (TV movie)

On August 7, 2008 Sci-Fi Channel officially announced the production of a two-hour TV movie which will air after the final episode of Season 4. Written by Jane Espenson and directed by Edward James Olmos, The Plan storyline begins before the attack on the 12 colonies and will show events mainly from the perspective of two Cylon agents [16] . Confirmed cast members include Olmos, Michael Trucco, Aaron Douglas and Dean Stockwell.[17] Tricia Helfer, Grace Park, Rick Worthy, Matthew Bennett, Callum Keith Rennie, Michael Hogan and Rekha Sharma will also feature.[18] The movie began production on September 8, 2008.[18]

Caprica (TV series)

Caprica is a television series, set to premiere on Sci-Fi in 2010, described as "television's first science fiction family saga". It was originally a 2 hour back door pilot for a possible weekly television series but on December 2, 2008 Sci-Fi gave the go-ahead to expand the project into a full series. Caprica will be set on the fictional planet Caprica around fifty years before the events depicted in the 2004 reimagined series. The show will revolve around two families, the Adamas and the Graystones, the building of the Cylons, and the beginnings of the first Cylon War. The pilot is directed by Jeffrey Reiner (Friday Night Lights),and stars Eric Stoltz, Esai Morales, Paula Malcomson and Polly Walker. [19] Sci-Fi has ordered 20 hours of Caprica including a 2 hour pilot. Production is expected to resume in the middle of 2009 for an anticipated premiere in early 2010.

[Source:  Wikipedia]