All of this post-production time for a television movie that no one particularly wants to see in the first place? Cecil B. DeMille could have directed and post-produced "The Ten Commandments" in less time.
And have you noticed that Mark Stern is always the only person on this Earth to ever get excited about what the SyFy Channel is doing? In this instance, he is getting all excited about "green screen" as if audiences have never seen "green screen" before. Audiences have seen "green screen" thousands of times before in the "V" remake television series on ABC-TV, in all of the Star Wars prequels, and in scores of smaller and bigger theatrical films. Mark Stern is acting as though "green screen" is a new invention of the SyFy Channel.
While "Blood & Chrome" continues to rot in "Post-Production Development Hell", Mark Stern still doesn't know if it will be a web-series, television movie, or bubble gum card curiosity after the aborted fact. In other words, the SyFy Channel continues to forge forward with a project that will be about as successful for them as Ronald D. Moore's "GINO" series (a flop)...with no clue as to how it will be presented to a public not waiting for its debut by any means.
I think just about every business professional and college business major would call this entire mess...