NBC-Universal is also (in my humble opinion) an extremely dysfunctional corporate family of "collected massively deficient imaginations" only capable of producing...
1. Trash talk shows (Maury Povich)
2. Boring remakes (Mockingbird Lane)
3. And one of the worst attempted re-boots of a classic television series in history. Ronald D. Moore's "GINO" series (his lazy take on "Battlestar Galactica") turned out to be nothing more than...
a. A low budget romp through on location filming in beautiful, downtown Vancouver.
b. Contemporary business suits, vehicles, and sunny skies trying to be passed off as "alien planets."
c. Senseless violence against women and others.
Even Glen A. Larson labeled Ronald D. Moore's "GINO" series as suffering from...."lazy writing."
NBC-Universal is also so screwed up as a corporation at the corporate level, that they fail to see the business wisdom in making a movie based upon the "1978 Battlestar Galactica" series in order to compete with J.J. Abrams ongoing "Star Trek" movies based upon the "1966 Star Trek" series.
There is big business ($$) in nostalgia. Which is what NBC-Universal (the dysfunctional home of Bryan Singer, Ronald D. Moore, and Maury Povich) will always fail to see.