FOX to Air Virtuality Pilot on July 4th


From The Futon Critic:


"FOX is giving viewers a holiday treat on Saturday, July 4.


Network sources have confirmed to the site exclusively that the two-hour pilot to Virtuality will air on said night at 8:00/7:00c.


Co-created by Michael Taylor and Ronald D. Moore (Battlestar Galactica), the sci-fi drama revolves around the crew of the Phaeton, Earth's first starship. To endure the 10-year journey, the astronauts use virtual reality modules which allow them to assume avatars and explore self-created scenarios. But just as the mission is about to enter its critical go/no-go phase, a virus begins to infect the system and puts all of their lives on the line.


The show's ensemble cast includes Clea DuVall, Erik Jensen, Gene Farber, James D'Arcy, Jimmi Simpson, Jose Pablo Cantillo, Joy Bryant, Kerry Bishe, Nelson Lee, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Omar Metwally, Richie Coster and Sienna Guillory.


Peter Berg helmed the Universal Media Studios-based pilot and executive produced alongside Taylor, Moore, Gail Berman, Lloyd Braun and Sarah Aubrey."


And from SciFi Wire: "It's not clear if the show is being picked up as a series; the pilot was ordered revamped during production. Fox announces its fall lineup on May 18."

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May 8, 2009 4:16PM EDT

why do all the good sci-fi shows end up on Fox, which promptly kills them? Even if this show is the greatest thing since BSG, no way it'll last for more than a season or 2 on Fox. Boo. :(

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