As a fan of the original Battlestar Galactica, when the revamped miniseries first aired, I refused to watch. But when it was picked up for a first season, I bit the bullet and watched the miniseries. I was hooked instantly. In my opinion, Battlestar Galactica is the best television series in television history. Television was made for this series.
While Battlestar Galactica is clearly science fiction (and incorporates many elements from Greek Mythology), it is the human drama that is most compelling. That is not to dismiss the dramatic element of the last (approximately) 50,000 human survivors attempting to flee the Cylons and find a new home. In fact, the interactions between humans and Cylons provide some of the best “human drama” of the series.
I cannot recommend this series highly enough, but you should be aware that there is swearing, violence, and fairly graphic sex.
Also, the show deteriorated significantly towards the end when the showrunners decided that the struggling remnants of mankind should indeed find Earth and realized that they should wrap up all loose ends. Unfortunately, the writers had created some conundrums they could not solve. For example, Gaius Baltar and Six were in each other’s heads. How? Why? And don’t even get me started on how Kara Thrace died but lived with no real explanation given. Nevertheless, while the ending was surprisingly unsatisfactory, the show overall remains the best.
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