The network also is looking to order another “Battlestar”-related project. Details were slim, but Stern said the title would mark a return to the franchise’s space-opera roots. “We’re looking for other ways to spin off ‘Battlestar’ beyond ‘Caprica,’ ” he said. “That world is so rich. We’re sitting down with (executive producer) Ron Moore and his team. It would not necessarily be a traditional series.”Stern also sounded bullish about a second season for “Caprica,” which completed principal photography on its first season several weeks ago:
He pointed to the show recently hitting a series high in the adult demographic using Live+7 ratings, drawing 1.6 million viewers and 913,000 adults 18-49.The same piece indicates Syfy is now developing two superhero series: “Three Inches,” about a team with lame superpowers, and the long-in-development “Alphas.” (Superhero pilots are all the rage this year, with “The Cape” at NBC and “No Ordinary Family” at ABC as well.) Find all of Hibberd’s exclusive here.