A cult favorite science-fiction show that ran from 2003 to 2009–which was a remake of a late 1970s series–will live again on cable in reruns, the Los Angeles Times’ Show Tracker blog reports.
The show is "Battlestar Galactica," which will air on BBC America beginning Saturday, June 18. “Battlestar” joins existing BBC America shows with a sci-fi or fantasy edge such as "Doctor Who" and "Being Human.”
"Battlestar Galactica" has 80 hours of programming, including the 2003 miniseries and the first four seasons of the regular series.
BBC America is also adding the new series "Outcasts," which will debut June 18 as well and is about a "post-Earth era," and the fall 2011 drama "Bedlam," about a haunted apartment building, the story says.