And two more names have been added to the ever-growing roster for NBC's "17th Precinct", both of whom have a bit of experience with TV law enforcement, albeit on different sides of the fence.
There's a healthy crop of genre-themed TV pilots on its way, and one show we've been keeping an eye on is NBC's "17th Precinct", which has just added a "Smallville" vet to its cast to join all the folks from "Battlestar Galactica" who have already signed on.
Another "Battlestar Galactica" alum has joined NBC's new supernatural series "17th Precinct", and we've got the skinny on who and what to expect from this latest bit of televised terror.
And the list of upcoming TV pilots that go bump in the night just keeps growing as NBC preps "17th Precinct" from "Battlestar Galactica" executive producer Ron Moore, who has coaxed his "BG" star Jamie Bamber to accept the lead in the ensemble cop drama with a sci-fi spin.
Though I’ve yet to see a single episode of “Battlestar Galactica” (ducks), the show is so revered by people whose opinions I respect that I’m sure this is good news for the new Witchblade movie.
Remember back in the day when comic book remakes were more dreaded than welcomed: Captain America with his latex ears and Batman & Robin with their nipples or "Biff! Bang! Booms!" We were already burnt once by a live action Witchblade, can someone ... anyone do better?