'Battlestar' Soldiers On

Umstead, R. Thomas
March 2007
Multichannel News;3/26/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 13, p39
The article reports that Admiral William Adama will command "Battlestar Galactica" television program for its fourth season in the U.S. According to Mark Stern, executive vice president of programming, Sci Fi Channel said that it ordered nine more hours of the popular drama. It was unclear when the fourth season would launch in 2008, but it will most likely be split into a pair of 10-episode runs after the special episode.


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