By Rachel Orvino
Updated March 14, 2008 04:00 AM
Advertisement
James Callis, Battlestar Galactica

To paraphrase another great space opera, Battlestar Galactica boldly goes where few have gone before. Following its stellar season 2 finale with episodes depicting a human resistance movement, post-traumatic stress, and planetary rescue, BSG: Season 3 furthers its brilliant mix of sci-fi action and political commentary — albeit with a few too many melodramatic detours (see: Helo plotlines). EXTRAS Repurposed podcasts and video blogs give insider views, and the 25 bonus minutes that flesh out the Lee/Kara love story are pretty frakking amazing. B+