Exclusive Video: Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome Finale Lands Adama in the Crosshairs

Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome Finale PreviewAct prudently, William Adama, because one wrong move here could render a feature film and some 100 episodes of TV moot.

With the final two installments of the prequel series Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome set to premiere this Friday on the online channel Machinima Prime, TVLine has a first look at one pivotal showdown.

Set in the midst of the first Cylon war that raged across the 12 colonial worlds, Blood & Chrome follows Will (callsign “Husker”) Adama — here just a gifted fighter pilot, played by Luke Pasqualino — as he’s assigned to the Galactica, where he has butted heads with co-pilot Coker (Stargate AtlantisBen Cotton).

As seen in the clip below (from Episode 9 of 10), in the aftermath of the deadly Cylon ambush, Coker forces Adama to a heated standoff. Then, in the final entry, a startling new development threatens to affect the future of the human race.

If you’re looking to catch up online, here are the links for Blood & Chrome Episodes 1, 2, 3/4, 5/6 and 7/8. The series will also air as a two-hour movie on Syfy (airdate TBA), then get a Blu-ray/DVD/VOD release.

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  1. gary says:

    Poor Luke Pasqualino first you get brutally killed in the Series 4 finale of Skins and then the very hype BSG prequel you star in doesnt make it to TV. I very much liked him on Skins he is a good actor

  2. Alex says:

    Does anyone know if the online ratings have been high enough to sustain a second “season” of it as an online series? Or is that just way out of the realm of possibility?

  3. Midori004 says:

    We would have to wait to see what the TV ratings are. If they are REALLY great I could see them doing another movie. However at this point I think the ratings would have to be Walking Dead level numbers in order to have a chance.

  4. Chris says:

    This show needs to be picked up….Disgusting that they pass on this show yet run retarded shows like “Beauty and the Beast” and the frakking fake wrestling on syfy..

  5. Bark Star says:

    Given how terribly bad Blood & Chrome has turned out to be and how it has divided the fanbase, it is highly unlikely that this will see any sort of continuation.