This Week In Sci-Fi TV: The Cylons Had No Plan, Nathan Fillion Joins Lemony Snicket And More

Syfy’s re-imagining of Battlestar: Galactica is consider a classic sci fi series, possibly one of the genre’s best. But many of us who watched the show all the way through felt it went of course in its fourth and final season and that the series finale, well, sucked! And there was apparently a reason for that because the often-cited “plan” of the robotic Cylons who were trying to destroy humanity . . . did not exist!  The opening credits for the show had the following narration:

The Cylons Were Created by Man. They Rebelled. They Evolved. They Look and Feel Human. Some are programmed to think they are Human. There are many copies. And they have a Plan.

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Prior Week Posts:

June 9th: Cowboy Bebop To Get Live Action Series, Stargate: Universe Headed To Comics, a Misfits reboot And More

June 2nd: Netflix Cancels Sense8, Tales from the Crypt Gets Sent Back to the Tomb, Sci Fi TV Development News, and What Ever Happened to Diana Prince?

May 26th: Trailers for Game Of Thrones, Orphan Black, The Strain, and more; a Supernatural / Scooby Doo Cross-over; Twin Peaks Gets Lost in Peak TV; and More

May 19th: Star Trek: Discovery Trailer, Another Game of Thrones Spin-Off, The Exorcist Renewed, Netflix Picks Up The Witcher, and More