In an interview with actress Magda Apanowicz, who plays teenage Lacey in Caprica, she stated that those stalwarts who stayed with the show will be rewarded: "I can't say what's going to happen, of course, all I can say is that you will see a lot more of Gemenon [one of Battlestar's 12 colonies] and these episodes have been my favorite episodes so far."
When asked what it was like working with actor James Marsters, Ms. Apanowicz glowed: "It was a childhood dream. I grew up watching Buffy The Vampire Slayer. It was my religion... what do I say to him? That's Spike!"
Also returning is Warehouse 13, which Howe indicated was their highest-rated scripted show in the history of the channel. The successful Ghost Hunters and its spin-offs, Ghost Hunters International and Ghost Hunters Academy, will also continue searching for spirits, real and imagined.
Kris Williams and Amy Bruni from Ghost Hunters
Eureka, Stargate Universe, Sanctuary, and Destination Truth all contributed their stars to a red carpet moment in the lobby of the museum. The biggest star of the night however wasn't in attendance. Beamed in for a broadcast to the crowd of press and advertisers, Tracy Morgan, who will be the executive producer of next season's Scare Tactics, apologized to the crowd for not attending the event: "My fear of modern art has kept me from being with you today."
Ronald D. Moore, left, and David Eick, writers and producers of Caprica