TV Series created by Ronald D. Moore
For All Mankind
The series explores what would have happened if the global space race had never ended.
Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston is returning to TV in Electric Dreams: The World of Phillip K. Dick, an anthology series based on the legendary sci-fi writer's work, Variety. The series will be written and executive-produced by Outlander's Ronald D. Moore and Justified's Michael Dinner. Cranston will also executive-produce.Still in very early stages, it will be a British-American co-production between Channel 4 and Sony Pictures Television. Each of the 10 episodes will be a standalone story.
The show spans the genres of romance, science fiction, history, and adventure. It follows Claire, a married WWII combat nurse, who mistakenly steps back in time to year 1743 where she is immediately thrown into an unknown world of adventure that sends her on the run and threatens her life.
Executive producer Ron Moore, who brought back Battlestar Gallactica is working on a new supernatural cop ensemble with NBC.
Set 50 years prior to the events of "Battlestar Galactica (2003)", this prequel series will explore the lives of two families: the Graystones and the Adamas. The two families are on opposing sides of the decision to create the Cylons: intelligent robots that will one day rebel and nearly annihilate the residents of Caprica.
Twelve astronauts are on a ten-year expedition to search for a distant solar system. To stave off boredom the astronauts spend time in the self-created worlds they experience in virtual reality modules. The voyagers are faring well until someone downloads a bug into the system-is one of them the saboteur?
After losing the war against the Cylon robots, the Battlestar Galactica crew speed toward the fabled 13th colony, Earth. Galactica Commander Adama and President Laura Roslin face waning supplies, crushed morale, ... and the credible threat Cylons aboard the ship.