Posted on Friday, May 29th, 2009 by Brendon Connelly
Air Lock Alpha have found a posting on the blog of Doug Drexler in which the FX supervisor appears to be suggesting the possibility that Virtuality, the Ronald D. Moore pilot that Fox previously passed on, is belatedly being given a series. They are most excited by the possibility, but I’m not so sure that’s what Drexler is saying at all. The post can be taken in a couple of ways. Here’s a quote for you to judge for yourself:
We got the word that a show we thought was dead is now on the fast track. It’s Ron Moore’s Virtuality. It just goes to show you how this business goes. It was dead, dead, dead… now it’s alive, alive, alive… and they want it now, now, now! So on top of the BSG direct to DVD movie, and Caprica, we are racing to finish a few additional shots for Virtuality’s July airing. So forgive my absence. I’ll be posting again on Saturday, and picking up some steam after that, although probably not at the rate I was before Virtuality rose from the dead.