LOS ANGELES, March 14 (UPI) -- TV screenwriter and producer Ron Moore, who created the reboot of "Battlestar Galactica," says the U.S. TV series' finale should satisfy its fans.
Moore said while fan expectations for the multi-part ending that begins Friday are high, he and his fellow "Galactica" creators are confident they have nailed the finale for the Sci Fi Channel series, The Hollywood Reporter said.
"They have a lot of different expectations for what they think it's going to be, and a lot of opinions about how it should be," Moore said of the show's fans. "All of us who worked on the finale feel good about it, that this is the ending of the story we wanted to make."
"Galactica," based on the 1970s TV series of the same name, began in 2003 with a mini-series event before becoming a weekly cable TV series.
The series follows the remnants of the human race as they attempt to find a new home while being pursued by deadly robots and humanoids.
Moore told the Reporter the only time the "Galactica" characters will likely be seen on-screen together post-finale is in the upcoming TV movie "The Plan."