05 Jul 2017 3:21 PM +00:00 UTC

Syfy Is Holding A Battlestar Galactica Reunion At SDCC

It looks like Battlestar Galactica fans are in for a treat at this year's San Diego Comic Con.

Celebrating its 25th anniversary, Syfy is heading to the 2017 SDCC this month with a line of panels focused on news shows as well as a reunion panel just for its popular science fiction series Battlestar Galactica.

Posting on its official blog, the network has just announced its line up for the SDCC and in it is a Battlestar Galactica Reunion with series creator Ron Moore and the entire cast.


Here's a rundown of what the network's offering at the convention:


15 SYFY panels and screenings, including:

A frakking great BATTLESTAR GALACTICA reunion! With creator Ron Moore and cast from the hit series.

The ultimate sci-fi debate throwdown! Moderated by John Hodgman, the biggest names in the sci-fi universe duke it out over the most influential moments, milestones and people in the genre's history. In "SYFY Hosts the Great Debate," our expert panel will have the final word (or not!) on important topics like: "Star Trek" or "Star Wars"? Did Han or Greedo shoot first? And just who was the most influential captain of all time?

Panels for 11 SYFY shows! Including:

· SYFY's upcoming Superman prequel series KRYPTON and the graphic novel adaptation HAPPY! (KRYPTON panel is co-hosted with Warner Bros. Television Group, and HAPPY! is co-hosted with Universal Cable Productions)


· Stars and creators of current SYFY hits THE EXPANSE, THE MAGICIANS and 12 MONKEYS (THE MAGICIANS and 12 MONKEYS panels are co-hosted with Universal Cable Productions)

· Fan favorites SHARKNADO, VAN HELSING, WYNONNA EARP, Z NATION and DARK MATTER -- and upcoming new series GHOST WARS(All panels hosted by their respective studios)

Two big screenings! SYFY and Universal Cable Productions are screening an all-new episode of the grindhouse series BLOOD DRIVE and the premiere episode of "NO-END HOUSE," the next installment in SYFY's hit horror anthology CHANNEL ZERO

Battlestar Galactica and science fiction fans are definitely going to have a swell time at the Syfy Panels at this year's SDCC.

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