The architect of the Battlestar Galactica reboot, and most recently Starz's adaptation of the time-travel romance Outlander, is heading back to space for a new TV show. The twist is that will be a show made for Apple's growing, but lofty, TV plans.
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Few details about Moore's new series are currently available, other than the fact that Apple has ordered the project and that, according to Entertainment Weekly, the show offers a speculative future where "the global space race had never ended". While it's still a bit weird that the show is being produced specifically through Apple (which greenlit a Steven Spielberg-led reboot of the classic genre anthology show Amazing Stories just a few months ago), the idea of a completely new sci-fi show from Moore has us intrigued. Moore's own legacy with sci-fi, beyond the rebooted Battlestar, also includes being a key part of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and Voyager.
We'll bring you more on Apple's latest genre project as and when we learn more.