Thursday, August 09, 2007

Moore Signs Deal with NBC

This in from the SciFi Wire:

Battlestar's Moore Signs Deal
Battlestar Galactica creator Ronald D. Moore has signed a two-year deal with Universal Media Studios, Variety reported. Under the deal, Moore will continue on Battlestar, which will wrap its run on SCI FI Channel next year. Moore will simultaneously begin developing projects for the studio, with a fall 2008 series a possibility, the trade paper reported. Getting a Moore-created series on SCI FI's sister broadcast network NBC is a top priority. Moore's feature work will also include the sequel to I, Robot for 20th Century Fox and an update of The Thing for Universal Studios. (SCI FI, NBC, Universal Media Studios and Universal Pictures are all owned by NBC Universal, which also owns SCIFI.COM.) is the top priorities, and Moore said he's definitely open to expanding beyond what he's best known for.

I wonder what it means that they're continuing with Battlestar - more projects after the series?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"I wonder what it means...?" It means he'll continue on (as in finish it's final season). Then move on to other things. This doesn't mean Battlestar is continuing beyond Season 4.