‘Galactica’ re-creator signs on to two more years at Sci Fi channel, NBC
According to a report in Variety, NBC Universal (NBCU) has struck a deal to keep Ronald D. Moore around for another two years.
Under the terms of the deal, Moore will continue to lead the production of the new Battlestar Galactica (BSG) on the NBCU-owned Sci Fi channel.
In addition to that, NBCU will produce other projects by Moore, including a pilot for a new one-hour series called Warehouse 13 for Sci Fi. He also will create a science fiction series called The Pen and the Sword for NBC.
Past TV works by Moore include the first season of HBO’s Carnivale (he left after the first season to create BSG as an updated series), Good vs. Evil, as well as many scripts for Star Trek:Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager.
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