Universal Media Studios is behind the sci-fi drama, which follows 12 astronauts who are sent on a 10-year journey to find a distant solar system. The explorers pass the time by hooking up to advanced virtual reality modules to explore self-created worlds. But they discover someone has downloaded a computer bug into the system -- and one of them may be the saboteur.NBC passed on the project. “Insiders said was too sci-fi for Peacock tastes,” according to Variety, even though NBC is the network behind “Heroes,” “Bionic Woman” and a new “Knight Rider” series due this autumn. Moore also wrote the SciFi Channel's "Galactica" prequel pilot movie "Caprica," which shoots this spring. If "Virtuality" goes to series, it could air on Fox early next year. Read all of Variety’s story on the matter here.