It may just be me, but when a story is headlined “Is Battlestar Galactica cancelled? Verheiden responds” (Well, they say “respods,” but you know what they meant) and trailed with the following:
Rumors have swirled that “Battlestar: Galactica” might not make it to a third season. REFLECTIONS writer Robert Taylor spoke with producer Mark Verheiden who addressed that possibility.
…then you might expect there to be, you know, some kind of answer to whether Galactica has been cancelled (And yes, I know the show’s in its third season already; they mean the fourth season. Honestly). Instead, what you get is this exchange:
In speaking with Robert, Verheiden addressed the situation when asked if the show was indeed cancelled.
Mark Verheiden: We just finished working out this story for this “Battlestar” movie we’ve been talking about. “Battlestar” hasn’t been picked up yet, and none of us are sure what is going on.Robert Taylor: Oh dear, you aren’t going to leave us with a big cliffhanger like the Cylons taking over a planet again, are you?
Mark Verheiden: Well, if it were to end now, there are going to be a lot of unhappy fans.
Look for more with Verheiden on both his work for DC Comics and what’s in store for “Battlestar: Galactica” next Sunday.
Well, now I feel like the subject’s been properly addressed.