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Part One
Series Battlestar Galactica
Season 0, Episode 1
BSG 1.1 005
Airdate December 8th, 2003
Writer Ronald D. Moore; Christopher Eric James
Director Michael Rymer
Producer Glen A. Larson; Paul M. Leonard; Harvey Frand; David Eick; Ronald D. Moore; Ron French
Starring Edward James Olmos; Mary McDonnell; Katee Sackhoff; Jamie Bamber; James Callis; Tricia Helfer; Callum Keith Rennie; Grace Park; Michael Hogan; Matthew Bennett; Paul Campbell; Aaron Douglas; Lorena Gale; Barclay Hope; Kandyse McClure
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"Part One" is the first episode of the Battlestar Galactica miniseries event, which serves as a remake of the original 1978 Battlestar Galactica series and is the precursor to the regular Battlestar Galactica series, which first airs in 2005. This episode was directed by Michael Rymer with a script written by Ronald D. Moore and Christopher Eric James. It first aired on the Sci-Fi Channel on December 8th, 2003.

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