Universal Studios is the only studio on the face of the Earth cerebrally deficient enough in its corporate thinking to make "Battlestar Galactica" this boring, uninvolving, and pastiched together from every Ridley Scott movie ever made, "Top Gun", and "Space: Above and Beyond."
Of course, this nonsense really isn't "Battlestar Galactica." But by golly, Universal Studios will always stick to its demographic and marketing data sheets through thick & thin every time they waste their corporate time in making something supposedly set in outer space with the "Battlestar Galactica" logo slapped on it.
This pile of donkey dung is left over and warmed over nonsense from Ronald D. Moore's "GINO" series, a failed corporate interpretation of "Battlestar Galactica" that repeatedly proved to be a an epic money loser of infinite proportions a decade ago for NBC-Universal / SyFy Channel.
But you see, corporate studio people never learn lessons, because corporate studio people are cerebrally challenged. So they (Universal Studios) keep regurgitating nonsense like this every decade or so slightly tweaked here and there to try and prove to themselves that they were never wrong in the first place for putting garbage like this on the air.
Reiterating the only time I was ever in agreement with Glen A. Larson, this sham take on "Battlestar Galactica" is "lazy scriptwriting with everyday clothing and items trying to be passed off as Science Fiction."