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This update of the late-1970s series takes a decidedly darker tone as what's left of humankind struggles for survival against the robot Cylons, who have killed millions. The Galactica, led by William Adama, protects a patched-together fleet of civilians -- led by de facto president Laura Roslin -- in search of a mythical planet called Earth.

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aired 298 days ago
Without Laura or Adama's knowledge, a secret jury forms aboard Galactica to pass judgment on those who collaborated with the Cylons.
aired 298 days ago
Adama prepares to rescue the human population on New Caprica; Sharon tries to coordinate the insurgency.
aired 299 days ago
Adama prepares to rescue the human population on New Caprica; Sharon tries to coordinate the insurgency.
aired 299 days ago
The Cylons crack down on the humans after a bombing.
aired 300 days ago
Humans find various ways of living under Cylon rule on New Caprica; Adama plans a rescue mission.
aired 301 days ago
Laura must choose between stealing the election and allowing Baltar to win.
aired 301 days ago
The discovery of a habitable planet swings the election in Baltar's favor; Starbuck's rescue mission runs into trouble.
aired 302 days ago
On Caprica, the reincarnated Number Six and the Sharon who shot Adama become heroes of the Cylon; a human-Cylon hybrid is born on Galactica.
aired 303 days ago
Battlestar Pegasus deals with internal crisis and external threat.
aired 303 days ago
A civilian holds military and government personnel hostage in hopes of forcing Galactica to hand over Sharon.
aired 304 days ago
Galactica's Viper pilots are called upon to protect a Colonial mining operation.
aired 304 days ago
President Roslin tries to end black-market trading, sparking violence and investigations into various circles.
aired 305 days ago
President Roslin flashes back to her life on Caprica; a group of Cylon sympathizers destroy the tylium refinery.
aired 305 days ago
Battlestar Galactica and Pegasus battle to destroy the Cylon resurrection ship.
aired 305 days ago
A military power struggle escalates as Battlestar Galactica and Pegasus try to join forces to destroy a Cylon target.
aired 306 days ago
The appearance of a superior colonial battlestar is cause for celebration aboard Galactica.
aired 306 days ago
Sharon's loyalties are questioned when a computer virus penetrates Galactica's operating systems.
aired 307 days ago
A reporter is invited aboard Galactica to document the stressful reality of military life during war time.
aired 307 days ago
Adama launches a search mission to Kobol to locate a team of tomb hunters, reconnect with his son and attempt to unify the fleet.
aired 307 days ago
Adama wrestles with his son's betrayal; President Roslin puts her trust in a Cylon.
aired 308 days ago
Adama returns to duty; Starbuck makes a chilling discovery while recovering from her wounds on Caprica.

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