If you’re a fan of Battlestar Galactica it would be hard to forget Richard Hatch. He starred in Glen Larson’s 1978 version of BSG as Captain Apollo and surprised many with his appearance in Ron Moore’s reimagined Battlestar Galactica as Tom Zarek, an antagonist to the new Apollo. He’s also well known for supporting the series and has pushed for a big screen adaptation of Battlestar Galactica entitled “Battlestar Galactica: The Second Coming.”
At San Diego Comic Con, Richard Hatch attended the “Battlestar – So Say We All” panel and gave his thoughts about why the reimagined Battlestar Galactica ended after only 4 seasons and Caprica was prematurely cancelled after just one. Airlock Alpha captured his thoughts on video:
For more information about Richard Hatch and to see his dedication to the worlds of Battlestar Galatica, you may want to check out his website, battlestargalactica.com.
Please sign the Caprica for Season 2 petition to show Syfy and all other networks that television is changing, and audiences need to be measured in new, more accurate ways. With over 10,000 signers and climbing, this small sample of participants represents the millions who want to see the origins of the cylons and the war of the 12 colonies but have been denied that chance. With Blood & Chrome’s release date still to be announced and uncertainty over whether or not it will become a series, the BSG fandom needs to band together. We must alert the studios that supporters are everywhere and we demand to have this story continue.Share on Facebook