10 hours of episodes have been filmed plus a two hour movie. According to Moore who joined the WGA picket line the remaing 10 episodes of Galactica were up in the air anyway.
Taking time out from walking the picket line outside the Walt Disney Studios, Moore explained to IGN how the strike is affecting Galactica.
Moore said:”Fundamentally this is about the internet, and this is about whether writers get paid for material that is made for the internet or if they’re paid for material that is broadcast on the internet that was developed for TV or movies.”
Moore shared a story to illustrate the scenario, saying “I had a situation last year on Battlestar Galactica where we were asked by Universal to do webisodes [Note: Moore is referring to The Resistance webisodes which ran before Season 3 premiered], which at that point were very new and ‘Oooh, webisodes! What does that mean?’ It was all very new stuff. And it was very eye opening, because the studio’s position was ‘Oh, we’re not going to pay anybody to do this. You have to do this, because you work on the show. And we’re not going to pay you to write it. We’re not going to pay the director, and we’re not going to pay the actors.’ At which point we said ‘No thanks, we won’t do it.'”