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Caprica Season 1 5

As the series Caprica was cancelled during the airing of the second half of its first season, what is known about the planned Season 2 comes from the Season 1 finale "Apotheosis"' epilogue "The Shape of Things to Come" and official statements from the production staff. It should be noted that the canonicity of information contained in such statements is uncertain, as developments in the series Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome may well contradict unaired Caprica plans, but they represent what the crew considered "to have happened" as of the Caprica cancellation.

Caprica Season 1 5


Caprica is a television spin-off of the Re-imagined Series produced by Remi Aubuchon, Ronald D. Moore and David Eick for Syfy. It is a prequel that focuses on the Adama and Graystone families on the planet Caprica and the invention of the Cylons. The pilot is set 58 years before the Battlestar Galactica Miniseries and was released direct to DVD on 21 April 2009. The series was canceled after one season on 27 October 2010, with the remaining episodes airing first on Canada's Space channel and then on Syfy in a marathon on 4 January 2011.[3]

Development of Caprica began as early as the 2005-06 season of Battlestar Galactica according to an IFmagazine interview with producer David Eick. About the same time, 24 writer Remi Aubuchon pitched a series to the Sci Fi Channel similar to the Cylon storyline. Realizing that they could not devote their full time to both Battlestar Galactica and a spinoff, Eick and Ronald D. Moore decided to team with Aubuchon: "We took some of what we had and some of what he had".

In a may 2006 interview with Dreamwatch Magazine, Remi Aubuchon stated that he originally pitched a series that was an "allegorical story about slavery with robots" when approached by Moore and Eick. Aubuchon elaborated on details about the Battlestar spinoff, saying that William Adama would be 11 years old when the series begins. Aubuchon described the series as meant to stand on its own from Battlestar Galactica, but that "certain elements have been embedded into the first few episodes of season 3" of the current series.

On December 1, 2008, Sci Fi Channel officially announced that Caprica was picked up for a 20-episode first season. According to the press release, production on additional episodes was to begin Summer 2009 with an expected premiere of early 2010.[14] The following month, on 23 January 2009, veteran Battlestar Galactica writers Michael Taylor and Ryan Mottesheard joined the growing behind-the-scenes staff of Caprica, along with composer Bear McCreary, production designer Richard Hudolin, and VFX supervisor Gary Hutzel. Jane Espenson was also announced as show runner, taking over for Ronald D. Moore following the writing staff's assembly the following February.[15]

By November 2009, difficulties in the production of Caprica became public when Syfy's Mark Stern announced the series' episode order was reduced by one hour. Citing unexpected cost overruns, Stern said "We always knew it would be a challenge to bring it in on budget, and the deeper we got into it, the more we realized that if we [stuck to the budget too closely], it was not going to be satisfying." In order to reduce operating costs, a single episode was cut from the season. Show runner Jane Espenson also stepped down from her position but stayed on the writing staff. Former Desperate Housewives producer Kevin Murphy joined the staff as Executive Producer and show runner following the mid-season break. Stern attributed "creative growing pains associated with any first-year program" to the shakeup.[26]

Though Caprica was cancelled during its first season, some connections were established between it and Battlestar Galactica and some character resolution was provided by a five minute epilogue set several years in the series' future.

As Caprica was cancelled during the airing of the second half of its first season, what is known about the planned second season comes from the first season finale, "Apotheosis" and its epilogue, "The Shape of Things to Come", and from official statements by the production staff. While canonicity of information contained in such statements is uncertain, and developments in the series Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome may contradict unaired Caprica plans, they represent what the producers considered "to have happened" as of the Caprica cancellation.

Season One of Caprica aired as an "extended" first season in 2010 and 2011, with a total of nineteen produced hours on the SyFy Channel in the United States. The rights to broadcast the series were also picked up by Sky1 in the United Kingdom and Ireland. An unrated, extended version of the two-hour pilot was released exclusively on DVD and digital download on April 21, 2009.

i just started watching this show. i know im late but i avoided it and my friends been pounding me about it for years. so ive finally decided to watch it. man have i been missing out.anyway my question is, when it comes to i watch the movie first of the tv show??

I've followed recommendations so far (other than watching Caprica first),and highly recommend. Don't miss the webisodes ! Thanks Johnny ! I'll watch 'The Plan' following 'No Exit' and comment after finishing season 4.Robin

Does anyone know, I am watching these on Netflix and I am trying to start Caprica but I am a little bit confused. Netflix has Battlestar Galactica: Caprica, Caprica Season 1.0 and Caprica Season 1.5. Is the first one, the "film" a seperate entity or is that covered in the season episodes? Thanks!

I started watching a month ago, and I'm already up to season 3, so I think I will just continue watching as they were aired, and then on my already planned second time, I'll watch it in this order (with deleted scenes), and then the third time with commentary.

Razor should come after season 3. Bad advice to watch before, doesn't matter it's chronological. Season three has too much mystery written into it; you would not want to better "understand" the actions of the Pegasus crew. Don't you remember that discovery & tension on first viewing?

Just wanted to drop by to thank you for this viewing order, it guided me through watching BSG and I no longer felt a nagging worry that I was "doing it wrong", so thanks for that :DRegarding the placement of Razor, I prefer it between seasons 3 & 4, but I think it depends how you're watching the show. For me, it felt like a Lost-style flashback, where it's important for setting tone and foreshadowing; it wasn't a problem to "interrupt" the story chronologically. I feel that it would have been worse to have Razor's ending during season 2; all the tone setting and foreshadowing would just muddle up the season.That's just me though, and I definitely understand why it's placed where it is for the overall viewing order. I just don't mind "going back" at times.Again, thanks for the viewing order :D

Hi, I am making my way (finally!) through BSG and just finished season 2. Thank you for this list as I was very worried about the order to watch I will be watching Razor next, followed by The Resistance. I am wondering if there is a particular reason that The Plan should not be watched after The Resistance? My reasoning would be that if it takes place during the first two seasons, may was well watch it in there, unless there are spoilers or it ends after the point season 3 picks up. Any insight?

I watched Caprica before knowing much about BSG. Afterwards I continued with BSG and now I'm at season 2. There's nothing really spoiled if you watch Caprica first. All the characters are different. It kind of adds more background knowledge to the cylons and their religion - as well as how the technology looked like 50 years before the events of BSG. But there are loose ends between those shows which are not tied (at least until now for me). There isn't much overlap between the series solely regarding historic facts given away.

Hi,I am new to this and have so far following your guide. I have just finished episode 11 of Season 2, and have been search for days and weeks from before of when to watch "Razor". Some people say to watch it after Season 3 as it was aired while other say to watched it after Season 2, your was the only detailed one that to watch after episode 17 of Season 2.I have really no idea what to do. I already have the extended one in blu ray. I want to watch as your guide recommended it but I am afraid there will be spoilers and I don't want that. Even if there are very little spoilers, I do not want to watch it after season 2, I don't want to be like "what happened to him", or "what did he come from"? etc...Can someone who has watched it, please recommend me? especially you Johnny Walker as you seem an expert in this.I really need help in this, I am already excited after watch episode 11, and will come soon to episode 17 and will have to make a decision and I don't know what to do.Majority of people watched it after season 3 as it was aired like this, but some people like yourself, found out its a good idea to watch it after ep 17, well is it really? if you are watching this for the very first time?THANK YOU SO MUCH!Suhail

Suhail, Razor doesn't really spoil anything, but it kind of 'sets the stage' for season 4. I would definitely recommend watching it after episode 17 of Season 2, as it will actually just create more suspense. There are no spoilers though.

Thanks for this great list! :)Reallt helped me through BSG:)And Suhail; Watch Razor after season 2. (Or towards the end of season 2)Abselutely no spoilers.Razor only evolves around season 1 & 2. That's what I did, and it was perfect! :)So say we all./Shirah 350c69d7ab


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