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Ronald D. Moore

  1. Outlander Producer Says ‘We Are Certainly Going to Do’ Season 5If Ronald D. Moore is to be believed.
  2. vulture lists
    A Complete Guide to Every Apple TV Show in DevelopmentIs Reese Witherspoon the new queen of Apple? We think so.
  3. apple
    Ronald D. Moore to Write Sci-Fi Series for Apple, Which Makes TV Shows NowMoore’s one-hour drama is set in an “alternate timeline where the space race never ended.”
  4. tca press tour 2017
    6 Things We Learned About Outlander’s New SeasonBad news: Claire and Jamie won’t be reuniting anytime soon.
  5. san diego comic-con 2017
    Battlestar Galactica Writers Talk About How They Would Make a Trump-Era BSGThere would most likely be a “crazy, unqualified captain” plot line.
  6. reunions
    Trump and Clinton Were Hard to Avoid at the Battlestar Galactica Cast ReunionIn a series of eloquent responses, Mary McDonnell reprised her role as the president we wish we had.
  7. casting couch
    Bryan Cranston to Star in Philip K. Dick SeriesElectric Dreams: The World of Philip K. Dick will feature ten stand-alone episodes.
  8. All Hail Outlander, the Best Sex on TelevisionCatching up with Starz’s Scottish time-travel, feminist, sci-fi fantasy.
  9. overnights
    Outlander Series Premiere Recap: A Thoroughly Modern WomanWelcome to 18th-century Scotland — and our Outlander recap.
  10. chat room
    Ronald D. Moore on Outlander and Wearing KiltsThe geek god behind Battlestar Galactica returns to Earth with his new Starz series.
  11. the industry
    Industry Roundup: Foxx, ‘The Sandman’Plus: ‘Battlestar Galactica’ creator developing “adult Harry Potter.”
  12. the industry
    In Bold Career Move, Halle Berry Will Play Many Dumb Characters at OncePlus: Ronald D. Moore’s working on a new series, and Cynthia Nixon’s working on another case of Biltmore Syndrome.
  13. the industry
    Michael Cera Is Scott Pilgrim!Cera will play Bryan Lee O’Malley’s lovable comic-book slacker; Geena Davis returns to TV; and Suzan Lori-Parks will direct Fences on Broadway.
  14. last night's gig
    David Milch Headlines Most Uncomfortable Panel Discussion Ever at ‘New Yorker’ FestThe fun started about twenty minutes in when Milch leaned forward and said, “It’s about to become real uncomfortable, real fast.”