Mr. Robot Creator Sam Esmail Is Rebooting Battlestar Galactica | #SciFiSunday
Exciting news for Battlestar super-fans, via Tor.com.
Looks like it’s Battlestar Galactica’s turn to go through the reboot machine—again. According to Deadline, this time, it will be helmed by none other than Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail. NBC Universal, which gave us the critically acclaimed first Battlestar Galactica reboot in the 2000’s, made the announcement on Tuesday.
Deadline reports that this will be just one of several reboots (including Saved By the Bell and Punky Brewster) that will be launched on NBCUniversal’s new streaming service, Peacock, which will also have some original content in store when it launches in April 2020.
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