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Battlestar Galactica: Season 3 (2006 - 2007)
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President Laura Roslin
Lt. Sharon "Boomer" Valerii
Lt. Anastasia Dualla
Louanne "Kat" KatraineBodie Olmos:Brendan "Hot Dog" ConstanzaLeah Cairns:Racetrack
There's no reason for Battlestar Galactica to push its tone to the point of dreariness; it already works perfectly as a space-age mood piece.
Given how far it surpasses nearly everything else on TV, I'm hoping a mainstream audience will follow.
If there's one thing this unusually thoughtful sci-fi series can never be accused of, it's resting on its laurels.
Battlestar Galactica has a complex but accessible mythology, a sprawling cast of strong character actors, and catchy mysteries.
An instantly addictive, girl-powered show that packs emotional punch, rip-roaring adventure and surprisingly sexy heat.
The New Caprica storyline is a shining example of how powerful this series can be.
Cylon-led human police forces, civilian kidnappings, roadside ambushes, executions: BSG is as real as science fiction gets.
It can be a frustrating season to wade through, only because the stakes are so high and you just want the show to get on with it and deliver the goods.
In fact, Season Three shines as one of the most interesting and deep seasons out there.
Audience Reviews for Battlestar Galactica: Season 3
Dec 05, 2020Season 3 Episode 9 the most pathetic episode of the entire series. A Far West soap opera between united states hillbillies, irish music, ridiculous marines rituals on a space ship....C'mon...This series sucks really bad, and this episode is the sum.
Oct 13, 2020Simply put one of the best Science fiction shows of all time! An absolute must watch!
Sep 23, 2020Utterly brilliant, until the last episode completely shits the bed.
May 20, 2020This season explores the cylon-human relationships in the wake of New Caprica whilst still developing the meta-narrative of finding Earth. Many different difficulties of maintaining humanity on this quest are explored this season. This was a really great season and I love this show so much. The only thing that prevents it from being a ten is that some mid-season episodes dragged very slightly. Otherwise this is near-perfect; I love the way they are willing to approach difficult and controversial topics like the Iraq War and suicide bombings, addiction, religious beliefs vs. societal safety, the explotation of classes etc. I truly understand why this show is regularly included in the greatest of lists.
Apr 15, 2020Solid series. Every arc is always somewhere between good en really really good, which is rare
Jan 25, 2020One of the best series that I ever watched.
Jan 14, 2019Back to a similar format at season 1, we once again see the humans travelling through space trying to find a new home while avoiding the Cylons. We learn more about the Cylons and see that they are not black and white good or evil either and even they start questioning what they are doing. The ethics and philosophies of their religious view of God is brought up on many occasions, a nice tribute to the original which was very religious in attitude, however, the reboot handles it in a less clear cut way than the original. Balter continues to develop as some kind of cult leader by chance, he struggles to figure out his part in everything, whether he is good or bad, and how people, both human and Cylon are starting to think he is some kind of messiah or something.
Aug 11, 2018Beter than S02 but still complex to follow.
Mar 05, 2017For two seasons, I watched Battlestar Galactica expecting a type of greatness that just never seemed to be realized. It had its epic moments, of course, but I always felt as the drama was held back just when it should have been accelerated. In this third season, however, the drama, character development, and overall plotlines are some of the most extraordinary hours ever produced for television. Because I am loathe to give out any spoilers, I won't discuss the contents of the episodes in this review. Suffice it to say, however, that viewers get a "little bit of everything" in this third go-'round, including... -An insider's point of view on the Cylons. -Some incredible emotional drama stemming from the New Caprica situation. -Not a single episode that is a "dud" -A finale that is so epic and surprising that it takes a while to fully even sink in. I started watching BSG because I was looking for another "LOST" (what I consider to be the greatest TV show of all-time). Though I don't think (as a whole) BSG lives up to that lofty mantra, I will say that it's third season is as compelling of drama as anything LOST ever produced. Thus, I do not understand the many people who consider this to be the "weakest" season of the show, as for me it was the season where everything finally came together in the big-time payoff. I can't wait to see what the final season has in store for these characters I now have so much emotional attachment to!
Mar 29, 2016Wonderful, Wonderful, Wonderful !